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UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

AUGUST 1953 

Entries 11670-14576 

)CUMENTS DEPT. 
SEP 11 

PUBLIC I 



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DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLICATIONS 

In ordering publications listed in this catalog, it should particularly 
be noted that only those marked with a star (*) are obtainable from the 
Superintendent of Documents. 

Where a single dagger (f) is the distribution symbol, application should 
be made directly to the department or bureau issuing the document. 



* For sale by Superintendent of Documents 

t Distribution made by Issuing Office. Not 
definitely available if unaccompanied by 
a price 

+ Printed for Official Use 

(not available for distribution) 

Received late, no copies available at Division 
of Public Documents 

Sent to Depository Libraries 



Monthly Catalog 

NO. 703 • AUGUST 1953 

ACCOUNTS BUREAU, Post Office Dept. 

11670 Cost ascertainment report, cost of carrying and handling the several classes 

of mail matter and of performing special services for fiscal year 1952. 
1953. iv+132 p. il. oblong 8° * Paper, 65c. • Item 844 P 22.7 : 952 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S CORPS (Army), Defense Dept 

11671 Brief progress report on political reorientation of Japan. [FEC Printing 

Plant] Dec. 31, 1949. [2] leaves+72 p. 2 pi. 4° (General Headquarters, 
Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, Government Sectiton.) 
L. C. card 53-61759 D 102.11 : J 27/2/949 

Catalog of directives to Japanese Government. (General Headquarters, 
Supreme Commander for Allied Powers.) D 102.11 : D 62/v. (nos.) 

11672 v. 1. SCAPINS 1-2000. [FEC P & PC, Nov. 30, 1951.] cover title, [1] +1-244 

B + 245-256 D + 257-309 p. 4« 
L. C. card 47-264:16 

11673 v. 2. SCAPINS 2001-21S5. [FEC P & PC, Nov. 30, 1951.] cover title, [1]+31 

p. 4° 

11674 Index of directives to Japanese Government, SCAPINS 1-2069. [Dec. 31, 

1949.] cover title, [2] +47 p. 4° (General Headquarters, Supreme Com- 
mander for Allied Powers. ) [Processed.] 
L. C. card 47-40794 D 102.11 : D 62/2/949 

11675 SCAPINS 1-2133. [Dec. 31, 1950.] cover title, [2] +51 p. 4° (General 

Headquarters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers.) [Processed.] 
L. C. card 47^0794 D 102.11 : D 62/2/950 

11676 Japanese mining and petroleum industries, programs under occupation ; 

prepared by Mining and Geology Division, Natural Resources Section, 
General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers. [Apr. 
18,1950.] [2] leaves+27+[6] p. il. 4" [Processed.] 
L. C. card 53-61749 D 102.11 : M 66 

11677 Mission and accomplishments of occupation in civil information and educa- 

tion fields. [FEC Printing Plant] Jan. 1, 1950. [2] +28 p. il. 4° (Gen- 
eral Headquarters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, Civil Infor- 
mation and Education Section.) 
L. C. card 50-61485 D 102.11 : C 49/950 

11678 Mission and accomplishments of Supreme Commander for Allied Powers 

in economic and scientific fields. Tokyo, Japan [FEC Printing Plant] 
Feb. 20, 1950. cover title, [l]+26 p. il. oblong 8° (General Headquar- 
ters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, Economic and Scientific 
Section.) 

L. O. card 50-60441 D 102.11 : Ec 7/3 

Natural Resources Section reports. (General Headquarters, Supreme Com- 
mander for Allied Powers.) D 102.20: (nos.) 

11679 110-D. Reconnaissance soil survey of Japan: Shikoku [with selected bibliogra- 

phy]; by M. Ellsworth Springer. [Tokyo] Sept. 1950. 58 p. + [2] 
leaves, il. 4 pi. 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card 50-61593 

11680 110-E. Same: Hiroshima area [with selected bibliography] ; by William D. Lee. 

[Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Nov. 1950. 55 + [4] p. il. 3 pi. 4° 
L. C. card 51-60721 

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11681 Government Publications 

Natural Resources Section reports — Continued 
11081 110-G. Same: Northern Honshu area [with selected bibliography] ; by Harry C. 
Mortlock. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] June 1951. 69 + [4] p. 11. 9 pi. 
•I p. of pi. 4» 
1.. C. card (11-01359 

11682 110-H. Kami' : Hokkaido I with selected bibliography] ; by Thomas M. Bushnell and 

Thomas E. Ritchie. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Aug. 1951. 80+ [4] p. 11. 
10 pi. 2 p. of pi. 4° 
L. C. card 53-61735 
11083 110-1. Same: Summary [with selected bibliography]; by Thomas B. Ritchie. 
[Tokyo. FEC P ft PC] Dec. 1951. 60+ [4] p. 11. 10 pi. 4° 
L. C. card 52-00420 

11684 124. Newsprint In Japan: bv Harold R. Murdock. [Tokyo, FEC Printing 

Plant] Dec. 15. 1949. 32+ [2] p. 11. 1 pi. 4° 
L. C. card 50-00243 

11685 125. Tea In Japan [with selected references] : by Warren H. Leonard and 

Rnvmond Roberts. [Tokyo, FEC Printing Plant] Dec. 23, 1949. 54 + 

[3] p. II. 4° 

L. C. card 50-60446 

11686 126. Japanese Whaling industry prior to 1946: by William M. Terry. [Tokyo, 

FEC Printing Plant] Mar. 1, 1950. 48+ [2] p. 11. 1 pi. 4° 

L. C. card 50 — 00470 
11087 127. Japanese land reform program ; by Laurence I. Hewes, Jr. [Tokyo, FEC 
P ft PC] Mar. 15, 1050. 118+ [3] p. II. 4° 
L C. card 50-00508 

11688 128. Gold and silver In Japan; by Robert Y. Grant. [Tokyo, FEC Printing 

Plant] June 1950. 112+ [3] p. II. 2 p. of pi. 4° 
L. C. card 50-01 13S 

11689 129. Japanese fur sealing [with bibliography] : bv Oliver L. Austin, jr. and 

Ford Wllke. [Tokyo, FEC Printing Plant] July 1950. 92+ [2] p. il. 4» 
L. C. card 50-01139 

11690 130. Fire clay resources of Japan Twlth bibliography] ; bv Donald E. Lee. 

(Tokyo FEC P & PC] July 1950. 62+ [2] p. 11. 1 pi. 4» 
L. C. card 50-61137 

11691 131. Glossary of Japanese forestry terms: by T. Sasaki and K. Watanabe. 

[Tokyo. FEC F ft PC] July 1950. 132+ [3] p. 4° 
L. C. card 52-61477 

11692 132. Coal fields of western Honshu, Japan ; bv Robert D. MacAfee. [Tokyo, 

FEC P & PC] July 1950. 50+ [3] p. 11. 2 p. of pi. 4» 
L. C. card 50-61222 

11693 133. Coal fields of Hokkaido, Japan (other than Ishikarl) [with selected blb- 

llographv] : by John B. Lewis. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Aug. 1950. 56 + 
[2] p. il. 2 p. of pi. 4° 
L. C. card 50-60S90 

11694 135. Whlteware raw material resources of Japan [with selected bibliography] ; 

bv Donald E. Lee and Hldeshire Hasegawa. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC, Sept. 
1950.] 62+ [2] p. 11. map, 4° 
L. C. card 50-61706 

11695 137. Metallurgical plants In Japan: by Joseph E. Herseh and Robert L. Kidd. 

[Tokyo. FEC P & TC] Dec. 1950. 71+ [3] p. 11. 4° 
L. C. card 51-60398 

11696 138. Japanese offshore trawling [with selected bibliography] ; by Francois 

Bourgols. [Tokyo. FEC P & PC] Dec. 1950. 60+ [3] p. 11. 4» 
L. C. card 51-60538 

11697 139. Bentonlte and bleaching clay In Japan [with selected bibliography] ; by 

Donald E. Lee. (Tokyo, FEC P ft PC] Jan. 1951. 28+ [3] p. il. 4° 

L. C. card 51-60397 
11098 140. Safetv in Japanese coal mines ; by Charles S. Merriam. [Tokyo, FEC 

P & PC] Jan. 1951. 32+ [3] p. il. 4° 

L. C. card 51-60537 
11609 141. Japanese mineral resources [with selected bibliography] ; by Melvln Pollard. 

[Tokyo. FEC P ft PC] Mar. 1951. 108+ [2] p. il. 4° 

L. C. card 51-60866 

11700 142. White potatoes In Japan [with selected bibliography] ; by Ernest J. Wheeler. 

[Tokyo, FEC F ft PC] May 1951. 40+ [31 p. il. 4° 
L. C. card 51-60898 

11701 144. Important gold-silver mines of Japan ; by Robert Y. Grant. [Tokyo, FEC 

P ft PC] Aug. 1951. HS+[3] p. il. 4 p. of pi. 4° 
L. C. card 52-01217 

11702 145. Sweet potatoes In Japan [with list of selected references] ; by Raymond E. 

Culbertson and James H. Boulware. [Tokyo, FEC P 4 PC] Aug. 1951. 
64+ [2] p. 11. 4° 
L. C. card 51-01451 

11703 146. Clam culture in Japan (with selected bibliography] ; by A. R. Cahn. [Tokyo, 

FEC PA PC] Sept. 1951. 104 + [2] p. 11. 4° 
L. C. card 52-00200 

11704 147. Properties and uses of commercially important Japanese woods [with 

selected bibliography 1 : bv H. n. Bruce, R. A. Cockrell, and Laurence J. 
Cummings. [Tokyo. FEC P ft PC] Oct. 1951. 72+ [2] p. 11. 4« 
L. C. card 52-01122 

11705 148. Agricultural programs In Japan, 1945-51 ; [compiled by staff members of 

Agriculture Division.] [Tokyo, FEC P ft PC] Oct. 1951. 166+ [2] 

til. 4° 
. C. card 52-60112 

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August 1953 11719 

Natural Resources Section reports — Continued 

11706 149. River control and utilization in Japan [with selected bibliography] ; by 

Robert Y. Grant. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Nov. 1951. 161 + [3] p. 11. 

2 p. of maps, 4° 

L. C. card 52-60218 

11707 150. Systematic list of fishes of Ryukyu Islands [with list of sources of informa- 

tion] ; by Yoshlo Hlyama. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Dec. 1951. 4S+[2] 
p. 11. 4« 

11708 151. Systematic list of economic aquatic animals and plants in Japan [with 

selected bibliography] ; by T. Ino. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Dec. 12, 1951. 
82+ [2] p. 4» 

11709 152. Fisheries programs In Japan, 1045-51 ; compiled by William C. Neville. 

[Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Dec. 1951. 54+ [2] p. il. 4» 

11710 153. Forestry in Japan, 1945-51 ; by Laurence J. Cummings. [Tokyo, FEC 

P & PC] Dec. 1951. 144+ [2] p. il. 4° 
L. C. card 52-60418 

Natural Resources Division reports. (General Headquarters, Supreme 
Commander for Allied Powers. D 102.20: (nos.) 

11711 154. Sources of iron ore In Asia ; by Joseph F. Harrington and Benjamin M. 

Page. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Mar. 1952. 176+ [3] p. il. 4" (Economic 
and Scientific Section.) 
L. C. card 52-60903 

11712 155. Copper metallurgy in Japan. [Tokyo, FEC P & PC] Apr. 1952. 108+ [3] 

p. 11. 4° (Economic and Scientific Section.) 
L. C. card 52-60902 

11713 Report on Japanese taxation by Shoup Mission. Tokyo, Japan [FEC Print- 

ing Plant] Sept. 1949. 4 v., cover titles, various paging (General Head- 
quarters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers.) [English and Japa- 
nese. Volumes 3 and 4 are appendices.] 
L. C. card 50-60272 D 102.11 : T 19/V.1-4 

11714 Public health and welfare in Japan. [FEC Printing plant, Sept. 1949.] 

cover title, [10] +220 p. (General Headquarters, Supreme Commander 

for Allied Powers, Public Health and Welfare Section.) 

L. C. card 51-252 D 102.11 : P 96/2/948 

11715 Ryukyu Islands, pre-war population and employment, census data for 1940 

and 1944 (Okinawa-Ken and O-Shima-Gun) ; [report prepared by Allen 
Buchanan and Esther M. Wright] Tokyo, Japan [FEC Printing Plant] 
May 1950. cover title, [2] +42 p. il. oblong 8° (General Headquarters, 
Commander-in-Chief, Far East Command.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 50-60919 D 102.11 : R 99 

[Ryukyu statistical] bulletins. D 102.19: (nos.) 

11716 15. Ryukyu Islands economic statistics, Jan. 1952; [compiled by] United States 

Civil Administration of Ryukyu Islands, Programs and Statistics Section. 
[FEC P & PC, Jan. 1952.] cover title, [2] +48 p. il. oblong 8° [Text and 
another illustration on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] 
L. C. card 51-61195 

11717 17. Ryukyu Islands economic statistics. Mar.-May 1952; [compiled by] United 

States Civil Administration of Ryukyu Islands, Programs and Statistics 
Section. [Army-AG AdminCen-FEC, June 1952.] cover title, [4] + 93 p. 
il. oblong 8° 
L. C. card 51-61195 

Science and technology in Japan, report. [Processed.] 

11718 22. List of scientific and technical journals currently published in Japan. [Tokyo, 

Japan, Apr. 1950.] cover title, [l]+iv leaves + l-81B + 82-180 p. 4° 
(General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for Allied Powers, Economic 
and Scientific Section.) D 102.15 : 22 

AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY BUREAU, 
Agriculture Dept. 

AIC (series). [Processed.] t 

11719 358. Oil firing for maple sirup evaporator [with list of literature cited ; by] G. W. 

Macphersou Phillips and Richard P. Homlller. June 1953. cover title, 
[4] + 10 p. il. 4° (Eastern Regional Research Laboratory.) 

A 77.104/2: 358 

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11720 Government Publications 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

11720 Fruits (noncitrus) production, farm disposition, value, and utilization of 

sales, 1951-52; [prepared by E. O. Scklotzhauer and O. M. Frost]. Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 1953. cover title, 38 p. 4° (Crop Reporting Board.) 
[Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 

L. C. card 50-60995 A 36.2 : F 94/38/951-52 

F. M. (series). [Processed.] t 

11721 106. Farm costs and returns, 1952, with comparisons, commercial family-operated 

tobacco-livestock farms, Bluegrass area of Kentucky ; [by Erllng Hole and 
John H. BondurantJ. Washington, D. C, June 1953. cover title, 5 p. 11. 
4° [Prepared In cooperation with Kentucky Agricultural Experiment 
Station.] A 36.118: 106 

11722 pig cro p report, June 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4" (Crop Reporting Board.) 

[ Processed. ] t A 36.2 : P 62/953 

11723 Production of Mellorine type frozen desserts, 1952. July 8, 1953. 2 p. 4° 

[Processed.] f A 36.2 : M 48/952 

11724 Supplement to report Production of Mellorine type frozen desserts, 1952. 

July 10, 1953. lp. 4° [Processed.] t A 36.2 : M 48/952/supp. 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

11725 Opportunities in farm research, talk by R. W. Trullinger, assistant adminis- 

trator, and chief, Office of Experiment Stations, Agricultural Research 
Administration, Department of Agriculture, at American Cotton Con- 
gress, Lubbock, Tex., June 25, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 77.10 : T 76 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Agriculture handbook. 

11726 56. Proceedings of National Food and Nutrition Institute, Dec. 8-10, 1952, Wash- 

ington, D. C. ; [prepared under leadership of staff of Human Nutrition and 
Home Economics Bureau in consultation with staff of other sponsoring 
agencies]. [1953.] cover title, [2] + 161 p. 11. (Human Nutrition and 
Home Economics Bureau.) • Paper, 65c. • Item 3 
L. C. card Agr 53-213 A 1.76 : 56 

Agriculture information bulletins. • Item 4 A1.75:(nos.) 

11727 98. Loose housing for dairy cattle [by Thayer Cleaver and Robert G. Yeck]. 

[1953.] 16 p. 11. 4° (Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering 
Bureau.) 'Paper, 20e. 
L. C. card Agr 53-206 

11728 100. Electricity in farm production, eastern livestock area of Iowa : by R. C. 

Woodworth and R. R. Beneke. May 1953. [3] leaves + 1+51 p. 11. 4« 
(Agricultural Economics Bureau.) [Prepared in cooperation with Agri- 
cultural Experiment Statiou, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa.] * Paper, 
30c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-207 

11729 102. Farming alternatives for potato growers on Eastern Shore (Virginia-Mary- 

land) [with list of literature cited; by Edwin G. Strand]. June 1953. 
cover title, 95 p. 11. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) [Prepared 
In cooperation with Virginia and Maryland agricultural experiment sta- 
tions. Text on p. 2 of cover.] • Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr. 53-225 

Circulars. • Item 8 A 1.4/2: (nos.) 

11730 917. Relation of cultural practices to winter wheat production, Southern Great 

Plains Field Station, Woodward, Okla. ; by L. F. Locke and O. U. Mathews. 
June 1953. cover title, 54 p. 11. (Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural 
Engineering Bureau.) [Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station.] * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-199 

11731 918. Forage utilization by cattle on northern Great Plains ranges; by Clark E. 

Holscher. June 1953. 27 p. 11. [Prepared in cooperation with Animal 
Industry Bureau and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station.] 
• Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-212 

11732 Dairymen look at their problems, address by Don Paarlberg, assistant to 

Secretary, at Joint meeting of St. Louis Dairy Council, Farmers Club of 
St. Louis, the Agricultural Committee of St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, 
and Friends of the Land, at Statler Hotel, St. Louis, Mo., June 4, 1953. 
[1953.] 10 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 :P 11/2 

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August 1953 



Farmers bulletins. • Item 9 A1.9:(nos.) 

980. Spinose ear tick; [by H. E. Kemper and H. O. Peterson], [May 1918, 
revised Feb. 1953.] [1953.] [2] +12 p. 11. (Animal Industry Bureau.) 
[Revision of former editions by Marion Inies.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-208 
1627. Hessian fly [and how losses from it can be avoided ; by W. B. Cartwrlght 
and E. T. Jones]. [May 1930, revised June 1953.] [1953.] [2] + 10 
p. 11. (Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.) [Revision of 
earlier editions by W. R. Walton and C. M. Packard.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-223 

Forward united [address by Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, 
before American Cotton Congress, Lubbock, Tex., June 27, 1953]. 
[1953.] 15 p. 4" [Processed.] f A 1.40 : B 44/14 

Home and garden bulletin 

28. Ants In home and garden, how to control them. [June 1953.] 8 p. 11. [Pre- 
pared by Division of Stored Product Insect Investigations In cooperation 
with Division of Fruit Insect Investigations, Entomogy and Plant Quaran- 
tine Bureau. Supersedes Leaflet 147, House ants.] * Pnner k<i * Tterr 
11 
L. C. card Agr 53-203 

Leaflets. • Item 12 

5. Prevention of roundworms in pigs; [by L. A. Spindler]. [Apr. 1927, re- 
vised Apr. 1953.] [1953.] 8 p. il. (Animal Industry Bureau.) 
[Revision of former editions by B. H. Ransom, M. C. Hall, and H. B. 
Raffensperger.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-217 

345. Insects in farm-stored wheat, how to control them ; [prepared by Division 
of Stored Product Insect Investigations, Bureau of Entomology and Plant 
Quarantine, Agricultural Research Administration.] July 1953. 8 p. 11. 
• Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-211 



11744 
11745 



Paper, 5c. • Item 

A 1.77 : 28 

A 1.35: (nos.) 



Marketing reseach reports. • Item 13-B 



A 1.82: (nos.) 



35. Soybeans, economic analyses relating to processing [with list of literature 

cited] ; by Martin S. Simon. May 1953. 46 p. il 4° (Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Bureau.) * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-195 

36. Produce department, space utilization, gross margins, and operating costs in 

selected retail stores, Charlotte, N. C. ; [prepared for publication by H. 
Wayne Bitting]. June 1953. [2] + 38 p. 11. 4° (Agricultural Economics 
Bureau.) [Data collected by Alderson and Sessions under contrct as au- 
thorized by Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 (RMA, title 2).] * Paper, 
20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-218 

37. Federal regulation of fluid milk marketing in Clinton, Quad cities, and Du- 

buque marketing areas; [by Alexander Swantz]. Apr. 1953. cover title, 
vi + 165 p. 11. 4» • Paper, 70e. 
L. C. card Agr 53-197 

39. Milk products, consumer purchase patterns and use, Memphis, Tenn. ; by 
Philip B. Dwoskin. May 1953. [4] +68 p. 11 4» [Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Bureau.) [Includes statistical Appendix prepared by William S. 
Hoofnagle.] * Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-198 

41. Receiving, blocking, and cutting meats in retail food stores. [1953.] cover 
title, iv+55 p. 11. 4° (Production and Marketing Administration,) 
[Prepared in cooperation with several retail stores. Text and another 
illustration on p. 2 of cover.] • Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-219 

PA (series). • Item 14 A1.68:(nos.) 

227. How to choose and use nonfat dry milk, handy, tastes good, nutritious, eco- 
nomical. June 1953. [8] p. 11. narrow 12° (Extension Service.) * Pa- 
per, $1.50 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. 

229. Got a place to put it? check your corn storage now. June 1953. [3] p. il. 
narrow 8° t 

Statistical bulletins. • Item 15 A 1.34: (nos.) 

127. Livestock market news statistics and related data, 1952 ; [prepared by Live- 

stock Branch, Production and Marketing Administration]. June 1953. 
cover title lv + 61+[2] p. 4" [At head of title: Market news, Livestock 
Branch.] * Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-60190 

128. Harvesting silage crops: rby Albert P. Brodell and Thomas J. Kuzelka]. 

May 1953. cover title, 23 p. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau. ) [Text 
and illustrations on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-200 

129. Harvesting corn for grain; [by Albert P. Brodell and Harold R. Walker]. 

June 1953. [2] +10 p. 11. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) 'Pa- 
per, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-201 



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11749 Government Publications 

Statistical bulletins — Continued 

11749 130. American-Egyptian cotton situation ; prepared by Frank Lowensteln. May 

1953. cover title, 38 p. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) • Paper, 

25c. 

L. C. card Agr 53-202 

Technical bulletins. #11610 16 A1.36:(nos.) 

11750 1067. Studies with bulked hybrid populations of barley [with list of literature 

cited] ; by Colt A. Suneson and Harland Stevens. June 1953. 14 p. 
(Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with agricultural experiment stations of California 
and Idaho.) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-204 

11751 1068. Demand and price structure for food fats and oils [with list of literature 

cited); by Sidney J. Armore. June 1953. cover title, [l]+69 p. 11. 
(Agricultural Economics Bureau.) 'Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-205 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT LIBRARY 

Library list. 

11752 59. Migratory agricultural labor in United States, annotated bibliography of 

selected references ; compiled by Josiah C. Folsom. May 1953. cover title, 
64 p. 4° [Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Economics Bureau. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.) f • Item 95-A 
L. C. card Agr 53-210 A 17.17 : 59 



AIR FORCE DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

AFCRC technical reports. (Air Force Cambridge Research Center, Air 

Research and Development Command.) [Processed.] 

D 301.45/4: (nos.) 

53-7. See Air Force Department, Geophysical research papers 20. 

53-12. Electronically regulated transistor power supply ; [by] J. P. Mammola. 
Apr. 1953. 8 p. il. 4" (Research Shops Division.) f Technical 
Services Office, Commerce Dept. (price upon application). 
L. C. card 53-61737 

53-13. Point source hinermal lens with wide-angle focal points [by] Ellen Fine 
and George E. Reynolds. May 1953. 24 p. 11. 4° (Antenna Labora- 
tory) t Technical Service Office, Commerce Dept. (price upon appli- 
cation). 
L. C. card 53-61738 

53-14. Theory of hearing [with list of references; by] W. H. Huggins. May 
1953. [1] + vill + 124 p. 11. 4° t Technical Services Office, Commerce 
Dept. (price upon application). 
L. C. card 53-61739 

53-16. High speed transistor flip-flops ; [by] A. William Carlson. June 1953. 
26 p. il. 4° (Communications Laboratory.) t Technical Services Office, 
Commerce Dept. (price upon application). 
L. C. card 53-61740 



Air Force letter AFL (series). 



[Issued with perforations.] t 

D 301.24: (nos.) 

Supplv : Utilization and conversion, Federal supply catalog (DOD Sec- 
tion, group S9. subsistence) ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4" 

Procurement and contracting: Applicability of joint procurement regu- 
lations and circulars (effective until Dec. 27. 1953 unless sooner re- 
scinded or superseded) ; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes AFL 70-100, Jan. 29, 1952, including Change 70-100A, June 
26, 1952.] 
.Same: Amendments to AFM 70-6, Change: June 16, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 4» 

Special subjects for Inspectors General, control and distribution of 
personal mall (effective until Oct. 30. 1953 unless sooner rescinded 
or superseded) ; June 10, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

Medical service : Rates for hospitalization, treatment, and subsistence 
In Air Force medical facilities (effective until June 30, 1954 unless 
sooner rescinded or superseded) ; June 23, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 
[Supersedes AFL 160-31, June 23, 1932, including Change 160-31A, 
Nov. 7, 1952.] 

Air Force manual AFM (series), t • Item 421 

67-1. USAF supply manual: [Accounting for lost, damaged, or destroyed prop- 
erty] ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] v+ [65] p. 4" [Issued in loose-leaf form, 
with marginal Index tabs on blank cardboard showing titles.] 

D 301.7 :67-l/v.6 

Same: [Basic AF supply procedures]; July 1, 1053. [1953.] vll + 

[230] p. 11. 4° [Issued In loose-leaf form, with marginal Index tabs, 

on blank cardboard showing titles.] D 301.7 : 67-1/v.l 



11758 


67-39. 


11759 


70-100. 


11760 


70-102C 


11701 


121-6. 


11762 


160-31. 



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August 1953 



Air Force pamphlet AFP (series). [Issued with perforations.] t 

D 301.35: (nos.) 

11765 34-1-10. Personnel services: Personal affairs guide (disability compensation); 

June 11, 1953. [1953. J 3 p. 4° [Supersedes AFP 34-1-10, Jan. 4, 
1952.] • Item 421-A 

11766 160-5-4. Medical service : Coccidioidomycosis ; June 29, 1953. 12 p. 11. 4° 

regulation AFR (series). [Issued with perforations.] t 

D 301.6: (nos.) 
Publications : Basic numbering system for Air Force publications ; July 

1, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4« [Supersedes AFR 5-1, Aug. 6. 1951.] 
Same : Numerical Index of administrative publications. Change ; June 1, 

1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed. Supersedes AFR 5-2A, May 1, 

1953.] 
Same : Requirements for special projects ; June 8, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Forms : Alphabetical index of forms used by Air Force ; June 25, 1953. 

[1953.] 55 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 9-4, July 23, 1952.] 
Correspondence : Addressing of communications to Department of Air 

Force, Change ; June 26, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Organization, general : Air Force organization status change report, 

RCS AF-01 ; July 8, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 20-49, 

Apr. 6, 1949.] 
Same, Change ; July 16, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Organization, air commands and air forces : Tactical air command ; June 

29, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 23-10, Nov. 15, 1950, 

Including Change 23-10A, Sept. 15, 1952.] 
Same : Command organization and function charts, RCS AF-02A ; July 

8, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. il. 4° [Supersedes APR 23-12, Oct. 18, 1951.) 
Management : Management philosophy and policies of Air Force ; July 

17, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Same: Management engineering services; June 22, 1953. [1953.] 

8 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 150-6, May 25, 1951, including Change 

150-6A, Sept. 17, 1952.] 
Personnel : United States Air Force roster of kev personnel, RCS, 

AF-P4 ; June 24, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 30-18, 

Nov. 17, 1950.] 
Military records : Service record, WD AGO form 24A, and DD form 

230; June 23, 1953. [1953.] 28 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 31-10, 

July 30, 1952.] 
Ground safety : Ground accident reporting and analysis system : June 

24, 1953. [1953.] 20 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 32-2, Nov. 24, 1950, 

and AFL 32—10, Jan. 2, 1952.] 
See Army Department, Special regulations 600-210-5. 
Military personnel : Identification tags, Change ; July 6, 1953. 1953. 

1 p. 4» (Army Dept., Special regulation 600-210-5, ch. 1.) 
Same : Air Force character guidance program, Change ; June 8, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4° 
Same : United States Military Academy preparatory training, Change ; 

June 18, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4" (Army Dept.; Special regulations 

350-90-1, Changes 4.) [Supersedes AFR 35-43A/C 3, SR 350-90-1, 

Aug. 24, 1951.] 
Same : Enlistment, assignment, and separation of territorial residents. 

Change ; June 8, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Same : Assignment of Air Force hospital patients, Change ; June 23, 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» 
Same : Distinctive insignia for Victors of Command Fighter Gunnery 

Meets; July 8, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 11. 4» [Supersedes AFR 35-63, 

Nov. 5, 1952.] 
Same : Short and special tours of active duty for Air Force Reserve 

officers and airmen; June 25, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. 4" [Supersedes 

AFR 35-76, Sept. 1, 1950, including Change 35-76A, Nov. 24, 1950.] 
Same: Notification of change (retired AF personnel), AF form 534; 

June 26, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 35-90, July 11, 

1952.] 
Same "Personnel record, extract (Air Force Reserve) AF form 687 ; June 

9, 1953. [1953.1 3 p. 4° 
Same: Port accounting units; July 13, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° 
Officer personnel : Resignations and applications for honorable discharge, 

Change ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 

Same : Release from active duty of officers of Reserve Forces ; July 1, 
1953. [1953.] 14 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR's 36-22, Apr. 18, 1951, 
and 36-23, Mar. 20, 1950.] 

Same : Appointment of qualified college graduates as reserves of Air 
Force ; July 9. 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4" [Supersedes AFL 36-46, Jan. 
4, 1952, Including Change 36-16A. Sept. 3, 1952.] 

Enlisted personnel : Enlistment and reenlistment as reserves of Air 
Force; June 9, 1953. [1953.] 32 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 39-43, 
Sept 1, 1950, including Changes 39-43A and 39-43B, Dec. 20, 1950 
and Oct. 16, 1952.] 

Same : Clothing prices and allowances for airmen and SCARWAF per- 
sonnel fiscal year 1954 ; June 8, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4" [Supersedes 
AFL 39-27, May 21, 1952, including Change 39-27A, Feb. 16, 1953.] 

Same: Clothing prices and allowances for airmen and SCARWAF per- 
sonnel, fiscal year 1954, Change ; July 16, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4» 

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Air Force 


11767 


5-1. 


11768 


6-2A. 


11769 
11770 


5-50. 
9-4. 


11771 


10-3A. 


11772 


20-49. 


11773 
11774 


20-49A. 
23-10. 


11775 


23-13. 


11776 


25-1. 


11777 


25-3. 


11778 


30-18. 


11779 


31-10. 


11780 


32-2. 


11781 
11782 


35-25. 
35-25A. 


11783 


35-3 IB. 


11784 


35-J3A. 


11785 


35-16A. 


11786 


35-58A. 


11787 


35-63. 


11788 


35-76. 


11789 


35-90. 


11790 


35-97. 


11791 
11792 


35-99. 
36-12A. 


11793 


36-22. 


11794 


36-74. 


11795 


39-13. 



11796 39-54. 

11797 39-54A 



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Government Publications 



11798 


Air Force 
45-23. 


11709 
11800 


45-34. 
50-27. 


11801 


55-8. 


11802 


55-23. 


11803 


55-81. 


11804 


60-16A. 


11805 


66-14A. 


11806 


66-26. 


11807 


67-13. 


11808 


67-83. 



11809 67-84. 



11810 


67-91. 


11811 


70-7. 


11812 


70-16A. 


11813 


75-1A. 



11814 75-1B. 



1 1815 75-2C. 



U816 
11817 


75-11A. 
75-28. 


11818 


75-56A. 


11819 


75-72A. 


11820 


75-73. 


11821 


75-76. 



11822 75-87. 



11823 
11824 
11S25 
11826 


75-88. 
75-89. 
76-6. 

77-7A. 


11827 


80-30. 


11828 


85-18. 


11829 


86-8A. 


11830 


88-7. 


11831 


90-4A. 


11832 


93-18. 


11833 


95-17. 


11834 


100-24. 



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regulation AFR (series) — Continued 

Reserve Forces: Volunteer Air Reserve training units; June 26, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 45-23, June 26, 1950, Including 
Change 45-23A, Mar. 26, 1951.] 

Same: Nonaffiliated reserve section; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4" 

Training: Air Force physiological training program; July 20, 1953. 
[1953.] 5 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR 50-27, Aug. 16, 1949.] 

Operations : Responsibilities and procedures for search for overdue, 
missing, or distressed aircraft; June 23, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 
[Supersedes AFR 00-6, Sept. 12, 1949.] 

Same : Class designation of bombardment aircraft ; July 23, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 55-23, Sept. 23, 1949.] 

Same : Dailv combat operations report RCS AFD-V4 ; June 8, 1953. 
[1953.] 9 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 55-81, May 23, 1951.] 

Flying: Air traffic, clearance, and general flight regulations; May 27, 
1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 60-16A, May 8, 1953.] 

Maintenance : Responsibilities of Departments of Army and Air Force, 
Change ; June 12, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° (Army Dept., Army regula- 
tion 750-11, Change 1.) 

Same : Scope of oversea depot maintenance activities ; June 16, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4» 

Supply : Orthopedic footwear ; July 10, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» [Super- 
sedes AFR 67-13, Apr. 4, 1949.] 

Same : Unit and base authorization lists, RCS AF-S32 ; July 1, 1953. 
[1953.1 11 P- il. 4° [Supersedes AFR 67-83, Oct. 16, 1952, includ- 
ing Change 67-83A, Feb. 18, 1953.] 

Same : Air Force offshore centrally procured items ; July 3, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 67-S4, Nov. 21, 1952, including 
Change 67-84 A, Mar. 20, 1953.] 

Same: Procurement of maintenance parts; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 
4» [Supersedes AFR 67-91, Feb. 2, 1953.] 

Procurement and contracting : Policy governing Air Force relations with 
small defense plants administration ; July 9, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

Same : Local purchase, Change ; July 15, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4» [Super- 
sedes AFR 70-1 6A. Apr. 2, 1953.] 

Transportation : Appointment and responsibilities of transportation 
officers and transportation agents, Change; July 16, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 75-1A, Mar. 10, and 75-1B, June 1953.] 
Travel and transportation : Appointment and responsibilities of trans- 
portation officers and transportation agents, Change ; June 8, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 4° 

Transportation : Transportation of property (except household goods) 
via commercial carriers, Change; July 16, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

Same : Railroad equipment, Change ; July 16, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

Travel and transportation : Control of personnel traveling on public 
carriers; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» (Army Dept., Special 
regulations 55-705-5.) [Supersedes AFR 75-28/SR 55-705-5, May 
3, 1949, including Change 1, 75-28A, Sept. 10, 1952.] 

Same : Troop movement commander's guide. Change : May 27, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 4° (Army Dept., Special regulation 55-705-25.) 

Same : Transportation of dependents, household goods and personal 
effects, and motor vehicles under Missing persons act, Change ; June 
8, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 75-72A, Mar. 3, 1953.] 

Same : Excess costs on shipments of household goods ; July 3, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4° 
Transportation : Accommodations authorized on commercial air, rail, 
and water carriers; July 18, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. 4° [Supersedes 
AFR 75-47, Aug. 7, 1950. The provisions of this Regulation cor- 
respond to provisions of TM 55-525, June 30, 1945, including Changes 
thereto, which are no longer applicable to the Air Force.] 

Travel and transportation : Staff transportation organization ; June 24, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. 4» 

See Army Department, Army regulations 55-SO. 

See Army Department, Special regulation 55-S0-1. 

See, Army Department, Army regulation 96—20. 

Motor vehicles : Authorization and interchangeability of commercial and 
tactical general purpose motor vehicles, Change ; July 15, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 4° 

Research and development : Planning and management procedures, doc- 
umentation ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» 

Installations, general : Trailer parks for privately-owned trailers ; June 
16,1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4» [Supersedes AFL 85^, Aug. 7, 1952.] 

Installation planning and development : Modernization of mobilization 
barracks. Change ; July 10, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" 

Installations, new construction : Disposition of idle or excess construc- 
tion materials, supplies and equipment; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 

3 p. 4° 

Pavements and grounds: Pavements and appurtenances, Change; July 

22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4« 
Installations, control procedures : Report of status of family housing 

conditions, RCS AF-27 : July 16, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Supersedes 

AFR 93-18, Jan. 24, 1952.] 
Photography : Aerial photography of Air Force installations ; July 1, 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 
Communications: Standard control tower frequency assignments; July 

22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 100-24, Aug. 24, 1949.] 

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August 1953 



Air Force regulation AFR (series) — Continued 
11835 100-50. Communications : AF form 670 Monthly frequency utilization report 
(1.5 Mc/s to 27.5 Me/s), RCS AF-H7 ; Julv 10, 1953. [1953.1 2 p. 
4° [Supersedes AFR 100-50, Apr. 10, 1953.] 
11S36 102-8. Communications systems : Flight service interphone communications 
system procedures; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° (Army Dept., 
Special regulations 95-15^10 ; Navy Dent., OPNAV instructions 

S 1950, including Change 



160-17 



160-1S. 
160-19. 
160-79. 
160-81. 



3722.8.) [Supersedes AFR 102-8, July 
102-SA, Nov. 27, 1950.] 

102-19. Same : Leased facility responsibilities for Air Force Global Communica- 
tions System (GLOBECOM System) ; July 8, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

123-4. Inspection : Preparation for oversea movement inspection of units and 
crews; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 16 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 123-4, 
Dec. 7, 1949, including Change 123-4A, July 12, 1951.] 

123-6A. Same : Readiness inspections. Change ; June 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

124—5. Special investigations : Designation of organizations in connection with 
Federal employee security program ; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 
(Army Dept., Special regulations 600-220-11.) [Supersedes AFR 
124-5/SR 600-220-11, Dec. 28, 1950.] 

125-45. Air provost marshal : Repression of prostitution ; July 3, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 4° 

136-8A. Armament : Definition of responsibilities for explosive ordnance dis- 
posal, Change ; June 9, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° (Army Dept., Army 
regulations 755-145, C 1 ; Navy Dept., OPNAVIN'ST S020.1, Ch. 2.) 

150— 8A. Program and manpower : Equipping review boards, Change ; July 21, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" 

160-10A. Medical service: Annual medical evaluation, Change; July 8, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4» 

Same: Patients' welfare activities; June 23, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

[Supersedes sec. 3, AFL 160-5, July 18, 1952, including Change 160- 

5A, Feb. 2, 1953.] 

Same: Pharmacy management: June 24, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 

[Supersedes par. 32, AFR 160-73, May 17, 1951.] 
Same : Periodic medical examination of Reserve personnel not on ex- 
tended active duty : June 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° 
Same : Beds and patients report, DD form 443, RCS AF-M2 ; Julv 8, 

1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 160-79, June 5, 1951.] 
Same: Physical medicine ; June 3, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Supersedes 
AFR 160-81, May 2, 1951.] 

160-104. Same : Use of Air Force medical examinations by Civil Aeronautics 
Administration ; June 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

176-5A. Nonappropriated funds : Post restaurants and nonappropriated funds 
for civilian employees, Change; June 19, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 
(Army Dept., Special regulation 210-100-1, Changes 1.) 

176-11D. Same : Officers', noncommissioned officers', and aviation cadets' open 
messes. Change ; June 20, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

176-13C. Same: Nonappropriate funds, accounting procedures for civilian welfare 
funds, Change; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° (Army Dept., Special 
regulations 210-100-11, Changes 3.1 [Supersedes so much of instruc- 
tions contained in DA letter (AGAC-C (M) 123 (Jan. 6, 1953) 
FINAM), Mar. 17, 1953, Nonappropriated funds accounting regula- 
tions, as pertain to these regulations.] 
Accounting: Accounting for local purchase expendable supplies; June 
26, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

182— 7A. See Army Department, Special regulation 340-10—1. 

182-21. See, Armv Department, Special regulations 65-50-5. 

205-1. Security: Safeguarding military information; July 24, 1953. [1953.1 
55 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 205—1, Mar. 14, 1949. including Changes 
205-1 A-205-1E, Oct. 9, 1950-Oct. 5, 1951, and AFL 205-13, May 11, 
1951.] 
11S58 205-47. Security : Dissemination of classified security information to General 
Accounting Office representatives; June 29. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

Air weather service manual AWSM (series). [Issued with perforations.] 

11859 40. Weather, some techniques for deriving objective forecasting aids and methods 

[with list of references] ; Apr. 1953. [1953.] vl + 31 p. il. 4° +_ • Item 

421 D 301.27 : 105-40 

Geophysical research papers. (Geophysics Research Directorate, Air Force 
Cambridge Research Center, Air Research and Development Command.) 
[Processed.] 

11S60 20. On phenomenon of colored sun, especially blue sun of Sept. 1950 [with list of 
references; by] Rudolf Penndorf. Apr. 1953. 41 p. il. 4° (AFCRC tech- 
nical report 53-7.) t Technical Services Office, Commerce Dept. (price 
upon application). 
L. C. card 53-61462 D 301.45/2 : 20 

Research bulletins. (Human Resources Research Center, Air Training 

Command, and Air Research and Development Command, Lackland Air 

Force Base.) [Processed.] t D 301.36/3 : (nos.) 

11861 52-43. Index to Human Resources Research Center 1952 publications ; [compiled 

by Marjorie M. Adams]. Dec. 1952. 111+ [1] +2-37 p. 4° [Text on 

p. 2 of cover.) 

L. C. card 53-61597 



11837 
11838 



11841 
11842 

11843 
11844 
11845 

11846 
11847 
11848 
11849 
11850 
11851 

11852 
11853 



11854 177-12. 



11855 
11856 
11857 



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11862 Government Publications 

Research bulletins — Continued 

11862 G3-3. Accuracy of discrimination of dot patterns as function of angular orienta- 

tion of stimuli (with list of references] : by Robert S. French. Mar. 
1953. vl + 17 p. 11. 4° (Project 509-019-0001; 3301st Research and 
Development Group, l'erceptual and Motor Skills Research Laboratory.) 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-01701 

11863 53-4. Use of spelling and handwriting measures as check on technician specialty 

aptitude index [with list of references] : by John T. Daily and Russel J. 
Mays. Mar. 1953. v + 9p.4« (Project 503-001-0007 ; 3300th Research 
and Development Group, Personnel Research Laboratory.) [Text on 
p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-G1762 

11864 53-5. Analysis of performance on Iowa pursuit apparatus [with list of refer- 

ences] ; bv Don Lewis, Jack A. Adams and Walter Spieth. Mar. 1953. 
v + 30 p. il. 4° (Project 509-020-0000, contract AF 33 (038)-13214 ; 
3301st Research and Development Group, Perceptual and Motor Skills 
Research Laboratory.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61763 

118G5 53-6. Factor analysis of subordinate evalutions of noncommissioned officer 
supervisors [with list of references] ; by John V. Moore. [Lackland Air 
Force Base. San Antonio, Tex.] Apr. 1953. v + 30 p. 4" (Project 507- 
009-0001 ; 0503d Research and Development Group, Technical Training 
Research Laboratory, Air Research and Development Command, Chanute 
Air Force Base. 111.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61764 

11S06 53-7. Some physical sources of difficulty in complex coordination test CM1701B 
[with list of references ; bv] Clyde E. Noble. Apr. 1953. vi + 29 p. il. 4° 
(Project 509-020-0003; OSGlst Research and Development Group, Per- 
ceptual and Motor Skills Research Laboratory.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61765 

11S67 53-8. Investigation of individual susceptibility to interference In performance 
of 3 psychomotor tasks [with list of references] ; by Malter Spieth. 
Apr. 1953. lv + 29 p. il. 4» (Project 509-020-0001, Contract AF 33 
(038)-13214; G561st Research and Development Group, Perceptual and 
Motor Skills Research Laboratory.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61766 

11868 53-10. Method of calculation of serial correlation coefficients utilizing IBM card- 

programed electric calculator ; by Lowell M. Schipper and Fred 
Gruenberger. May 1953. Hi + 11 p. 4° (6564th Research and Develop- 
ment Group, Armament Systems Training Research Laboratory.) [Text 
on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61767 

Technical report. 

11869 53—2. Preliminary investigation of trouble shooting [with list of references] ; by 

Eli Snltz and John V. Moore. [Lackland AFB, San Antonio. Tex., Feb. 
20, 1953. v+10 p. 11. 4° (3303d Research and Development Group, 
Technical training Research Laboratory, Human Resources Research 
Center, Air Training Command, Chanute Air Force Base, 111.) [Text on 
p. 2 of cover.] t D 301.36/2 : 53-2 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY BUREAU, Smithsonian Institution 

11870 River basin surveys papers, inter-agency archeological salvage program, 

nos. 1-6. 1953. xviii+336 p. il. 2 pi. 56 p. of pi. map. [Also issued as 

H. doc. 165, S2d Cong., 1st sess.] * Paper, $1.75. • Item 913 

L. C. card 53-61620 SI 2.3 : 154 

1. Prehistory and Missouri Valley development program, summary report on 

Missouri River basin archeological survey in 1948; by Waldo R. Wedel. 

2. Prehistory and Missouri Valley development program, summary report Mis- 

souri River basin archeological survey in 1949 : by Waldo R. Wedel. 

3. Woodruff Ossuary, prehistoric burial site in Phillips County, Kans. [with list 

of literature cited] ; by Marvin F. Kivett. 

4. Addicks Dam site : 1. Archeological survey of Addlcks Dam basin, southeast 

Texas [with list of literature cited], by Joe Ben Wheat; 2, Indian skeletal 
remains from Doering and Kobs sites. Addicks Reservoir, Tex. [with list of 
literature cited], by Marshall T. Newman, 

5. Hodges site : 1, Two rock shelters near Tucumcarl. N. Mex. [with list of litera- 

ture cited], by Herbert W. Dick; 2, Geology of Hodges site, Quay County, 
N. Mex. [with list of literature cited], by Sheldon Judson. 

6. Rembert mounds, Elbert County, Ga. [with list of literature cited] ; by Joseph 

R. Caldwell. 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

A. H. D. (series). [Processed.] t A 77.209: (nos.) 

11871 25. State participation in National poultry improvement plan and National 

turkey improvement plan, [list; June 1, 1953.] [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

11872 124. Stnte Inspectors for National poultry Improvement plan and National turkey 

Improvement plan [list]. Revised June 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° 

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August 1953 ii887 

11873 Incidence of rabies in United States, calendar year 1952. [Revised edition.] 

June 17, 1953. 4 p. il. 4° [Processed. Corrects report issued Mar. 17, 
1953.] t A 77.202 : R 11/4/952/rev. 

11874 Report on infectious equine encephalomyelitis in United States in 1952 ; by 

B. T. Simms. June 1, 1953. [4] p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 77.202 : En 1/952 

APPRENTICESHIP BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

11875 National apprenticeship and training standards for electrical contracting 

industry ; formulated by National Electrical Contractors' Association and 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in cooperation with 
Bureau of Apprenticeship. [1953.] cover title, ii+30 p. il. [Text on 
p. 2 and 3 of cover.] t • Item 748 
L. C. card L 53-1 57 L 23.2 : EL 2 

11876 Status of apprenticeship in patternmaking industry today, by W. F. Patter- 

son, director, Bureau of Apprenticeship, Department of Labor, address 
at 66th anniversary of Pattern Makers' League, sponsored by Pattern- 
makers' Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity, Philadelphia, Pa., 
June 6, 1953. [1953.] [1] +6 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t L 23.8 : P 27/54 

11877 Training activities in electronics establishments, progress report on cam- 

paign by Bureau of Apprenticeship to stimulate training activities in 
plants engaged in manufacture of electronic equipment, May 1952-Mar. 
1953; [prepared by John S. McCauley]. June 10, 1953. cover title, 13 
p. 4° [Processed.] t L 23.2 : El 2/2 

ARMED SERVICES PETROLEUM PURCHASING AGENCY, Defense 
Dept. 

Oil contract bulletin IFB (series). 

11878 53-53. Lubricating oils and transformer oil for armed services and other Depart- 

ments of Federal Government, fiscal year 1954. 1953. 61 p. 4° 

L. C. card 53-61769 D 11.3 : IFB 53-53 

ARMY DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

Army regulations AR (series). [Issued with perforations.] • Item 323 

11879 32-300. Clothing and equipage : Quartermaster clothing stores. Changes 1 ; 

July 17, 1953. 1953. lp. • Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 32-300/ch.l 

11880 32-305. Same: Sale of clothing and equipment; July 21, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

[Supersedes AR 32-305, Feb. 19, 1952.] • Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 32-305/2 

11881 35-1325. Finance and fiscal : Pay and allowances while missing, missing in action, 

Interned in foreign country, captured by hostile force, beleaguered or 
besieged; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. [Supersedes AR 35-1325, 
Mar. 25, 1949. including Changes 2-4, Oct. 30, 1950-Apr. 29, 1953, 
and SR 35-1325-1, July 19, 1949.] * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 35-1325 

11882 35-3510. Same: Proceeds of sale and collections. Changes 4; July 2 1953. 

[1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes Changes 2 and 3, July 23, 1952 and 
Mar. 17, 1953.] * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 35-3510/ch.4 

11883 40—150. Medical service : Central dental laboratories, central dental laboratory 

report (reports control symbol MED-24 (Rl)); June 26, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 40-520, Dec. 2, 1947, and par. 2b, 
AR 40-1010, Jan. 9, 1946.] * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 40-450 

11884 40-630. Same: Substance in hospital messes: May 15, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

[Supersedes AR 40-630. June 12. 1952, DA message 378093, Nov. 28, 

1952, and DA messages 379041, Dec. 1, 1952.] • Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 40-630/2 

11885 55-80. Transportation and travel: Highways for national defense: July 1, 

1953. [1953.] 6 p. il. (Navy Dept., BUDOCKS instruction 
11210.1, Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 75-S8. ) * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 55-80 

11886 96-20. Air transportation : Responsibilities and policies for movement of traffic 

on other than Military Air Transport Service scheduled aircraft; 
June 11, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. (Navy Dept . OPNAVINSTKUCTION 
4630.10: Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 70-6. 1 * Paper, oc. 
[Supersedes AR 95-20, Sec Navy Ltr 653P531, AFR 76-6 Aug. 23, 
1949 1 ^ 101.9 : 96—20 

11887 135-155. Reserve components : Promotion of commissioned officers, other than 

general officers, not on active duty, Changes 1 ; June 29, 19o3. [1 9,j3. 1 
1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 135-155/ch.l 

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Army regulations AK (series) — Continued 

11888 135-157. Same: Permanent promotion of commissioned officers in reserve grade, 

when serving on active duty, Changes 1 ; June 29, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

* Paper, 5e. D 101.9 : 135-157/ch.l 

11889 140—140. Army Reserve : Assignments and attachments, Changes 4 ; June 22, 

1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 140-140/ch.4 

11890 140-250. Same : Reserve duty training, pay and allowances, Changes 1 ; June 18, 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 140-250/2/ch.l 

11891 145—5. Reserve Officers' Training Corps : General provisions, Changes 5 ; 

June 25, 1953. 1953. 1 p. [Supersedes Changes 4, Mar. 6, 1953.] 

* Paper 5c. D 101.9 : 145-5/ch.5 

11892 145-350. Same: Organization and training units, Changes 1; July 21, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. • Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 145-350/2/ch.l 

11893 600-10. Personnel : Military discipline, Changes 5 ; July 2, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

* Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 600-10/ch.5 

11894 600-70. Same : Badges, Changes 5 ; July 8, 1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 600-70/eh.5 

11895 600-145. Same : Stabilized assignments ; July 17, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. [For list 

of supersessions, see AR 600-175, July 17, 1953.] * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 600-145 

11896 600-175. Same : Foreign service ; July 17, 1953. [1953.] 16 p. * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 600-175 

11897 [This entry number not used. ] 

11898 605-25. Officers : Appointment in Regular Army, Changes 1 ; June 30, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 605-25/2/ch.l 

11899 615-190. Enlisted personnel : Service requirements of Universal Military Train- 

ing and Service Act, as amended, Changes 1 ; June 23, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 615-190/ch.l 

11900 615-360. Same: Discharge, general provisions: June 24, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 

[Supersedes AR 615-360, Jan. 23, 1952, including Changes 2-4, 
May 14-Sept. 26, 1952, and DA message 395592, Feb. 10, 1953.] 

* Paper, 5e. D 101.9 : 615-360/2 

11901 615-362. Same : Discharge, purchase, minority, and dependency or hardship, 

Changes 4; June 24, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [These Changes super- 
sede DA message 300959, Feb. 5, 1952, and 378623, Nov. 28, 1952.] 

* Paper, 5c. " D 101.9 : 615-362/ch.4 
Supplies and equipment : Parts requirements, procurement, stockage, 

and issues, Changes 2 ; June 29, 1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 700-70/ch.2 
Storage and shipment of supplies and equipment : Preservation', packag- 
ing and packing; July 2, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 
740-15 May 26, 1953.] » Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 740-15/3 

See, Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 66— 14A 

D 101.9 : 750-11 
Disposal of supplies and equipment : Disposition of excess and surplus 
personal property other than foreign excess personal property ; 
July 14, 1953. [1953.] [Supersedes AR 755-5, May 22, 1951, in- 
cluding Changes 1-6, Sept. 20, 1951-Apr. 21, 1953.] * Paper, 10c. 

D 101.9 : 755-5/2 
755-145. See, Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 136— 8A. 

" Flags and guidons : Flags, Changes 1 ; July 6, 1953. 1953. 1 p. * Pa- 
per, 5c. D 101.9 : 840-10/ch.l 

Index of specifications and standards (used by) Department of Army, 
military index, v. 2 ; Apr. 1, 1953. 11953.] [l]+v+488 p. 4° [Issued 
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1 of each year with cumulative monthly supplements in 
intervening months. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Oct. 1, 1952 
edition and all supplements.] * Paper, $2.75 (including basic index 

. and 5 cumulative monthly supplements), 75c. additional for foreign 
mailing. • Item 330 
L. C. card 52-23466 D 101.34 : 953 

Pamphlets. D 101.22: (nos.) 

20-160. Troop topics: Information and you; June 1953. [1953.] cover title, 

16 p. [Text and illustrations on p. 2—4 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. 
20—161. Troop topics : Combat tools, organization and terrain ; July 1953. n. p. 
[1953]. cover title, 15 p. il. [Text and illustration on ; p. 2-4 of 
cover.] t 

Special regulations SR (series). [Issued with perforations.] J • Item 
328 (nos. 35-1465-15 and 65-50-5 not sent to depository libraries when 
this Catalog went to press ) . 



11902 


700-70. 


11903 


740-15. 


11904 


750-11. 


11905 


755-5. 


11906 
11907 


755-145 
840-10. 



11911 
11912 



10-5-1. 



11913 10-220-1. 



11914 11-10-30. 



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Organization and functions : Department of Armv, Changes 3 ; Julv 
16,1953. [1953.] 6 p. D 101.10 : 10-5-l/ch.3 

Same : Department of Army, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, 
operations, Changes 2 ; July 6, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 10-130-l/ch.2 

Same : Department of Army, Office of Inspector General ; June 19, 
1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. [Supersedes SR 10-220-1, Jan. 8, 1951, 
including Changes 1, Sept. 16, 1952.] D 101.10: 10-220-1/3 

Army programs : Execution, and review and analysis of military 
personnel program (Army program no. 3) ; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 
24 p. D 101.10 : 11-10-30/2 

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11934 
11935 



11936 
11937 



Special regulations SR (series) — Continued 

11-10—100. Same : Execution, and review and analysis of supply distribution 
and maintenance program (Army program no. 10) ; June 29, 
1053. [1953.1 16 p. [Supersedes SR 11-10-100, Jan. 14, 1952, 
including Changes 1, May 27, 1952.] D 101.10 : 11-10-100/2 

Same: Work simplification programs, Changes 1; July 1, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 11-110-2/ch.l 

Subsistence supply : Commissaries, commissary store operations ; 
June 18, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. [Supersedes par. 5\ 50a, b, and 
c, 60, 61, and 02, TM10-215, June 24, 1948.] D 101.10 : 31-305-20 

Finance and fiscal : Army fiscal Code, working fund accounts, fiscal 
year 1951 ; June 17, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° [Supersedes SR 35- 
210-36, June 4, 1952.] D 101.10 : 35-210-51/2 

Same : Army fiscal code, general appropriations and miscellaneous 
accounts, fiscal year 1954. Changes 1; June 18, 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. 4° D 101.10 : 35-210-54/ch.l 

Same : Changes 2 ; July 13, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4» 

D 101.10 : 35-210-54/ch.2 

Same : Department of Defense fiscal code. Department of Army activi- 
ties, Changes 5 ; June 19, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

D 101.10 : 35-213-l/5/ch.5 

Same : Fiscal and disbursing station numbers. Changes 3 ; June 22, 
1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» D 101.10 : 35-218-l/2/ch.3 

Same : Fiscal accounting for field installations, basic principles, 
Changes 1 ; July 7, 1953. 1953. 1 p. M 101.32 : 35-225-1/ch.l 

Same : Fiscal accounting fur field installations, accounting for allot- 
ments received. Changes 4 ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

M 101.32 : 35-225-4/ch.4 

Same: Fiscal accounting, intergovernmental transactions, Changes 
6; July 16, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 35-225-6/2/ch.6 

Same : Fiscal accounting, reserving funds for payment of claims, 
Changes 1 ; July 9, 1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 35-225-7/2/ch.l 

Same : Reconciliation and review of disbursements, reimbursements, 
and disbursing officers deposit accounts; July 6, 1953. [1953.] 
31 p. [Supersedes SR 35-225-11, Apr. 17, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 35-225-11/2 

Same : Fiscal accounting, special procedures for fiscal years 1952, 
1953, and 1954, Changes 3 ; July 6, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 35-225-^0/ch.3 

Same: SCARWAF personnel, pay and allowances, Changes 2; June 

22, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes Changes 1, Sept. 4, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 35-265-30/ch.2 

Same : Payment of retired pav. Changes 2 ; June 26, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. [Supersedes par. 74, SR 35-2000-1, Mar. 28, 1949, includ- 
ing so much of Changes 1, May 26, 1949, as pertains to this 
paragraph.] D 101.10 : 35-1 350-1 /eh. 2 

Same : Basic allowance for quarters for service members with de- 
pendents and class Q allotments, effective through July 1, 1955; 
May 28, 1953. [1953.] 45 p. [Supersedes SR 35-1465-15, Mar. 
31, 1951. including Changes 1 and 2, June 14. and Sept. 18, 1951, 
and par. 2, DA circular 41, 1952.] D 101.10 : 35-1465-15/2 

Same : Allotments to dependents of personnel missing, missing in 
action, beleaguered, besieged, interned in foreign country, or cap- 
tured by hostile force ; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes 
SR 35-1900-13, Oct. 10, 1950, including Changes 1, Dec. 18, 1950.] 

D 101.10 : 55-1000-12-2 

Same : Highway requirements for national defense ; July 1, 1953. 
[1953.] 17 p. 11. (Navy Dept.. BUDOCKS instruction 11210.2, 
Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 75-89.) [Supersedes DA 
letter (AGO-S 611 (Oct. 12, 1949) CSGLD/C1, AGAM-PM), Oct. 
18, 1949, Highways for national defense, and DA letter (AGO-S 
611 (Aug. 1, 1951) TCMPI-M AGAO-S), Sept. 5. 1951, Access road 
requirements, reports control symbol TC-61.) D 101.10 : 55-80-1 

Transportation and travel : Tank car report (reports control symbol 
TC-9) ; July 7, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes SR 55-45-10, 
Aug. 26, 1952.] D 101.10 : 55-45-10/4 

Same : Transportation of territorials and certain other personnel for 
discharge or release from active duty, Changes 2 ; July 13, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes Change 1, Nov. 4, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 55-120-15/eh.2 

Same : Transit utilization by transit operators, Changes 1 ; June 24, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 55-155-6/ch.l 

See, Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 75-28. 

D 101.10 : 55-705-5 

See Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 75-56A. 

Motor transport service : Administration and operation of transpor- 
tation motor pools, continental United States ; July 17, 1953. 
[1953.] 29 p. [Supersedes so much of see. 3, AR 700-105, July 
26, 1950, as pertains to motor vehicles authorized for general 
transport administrative purposes at installations and activities 
within continental United States.] D 101.10 : 57-5-1 

Same : Authorization, distribution and inventory of general transport 
administrative vehicles, continental United States; June 18, 1953. 
[1953.] 19 p. [Supersedes SR 700-105-2, Mar. 28, 1951; and 
WD Memorandum 850-15-6, July 11, 1947.] D 101.10 : 57-20-5 



11916 


11-110-2. 


11917 


31-305-20. 


11918 


35-210-51. 


11919 


35-210-54. 


11920 




11921 


35-213-1. 


11922 


35-218-1. 


11923 


35-225-1. 


11924 


35-225-4. 


11925 


35-225-6. 


11926 


35-225-7. 


11927 


35-225-11. 


11928 


35-225-40. 


11929 


35-265-30. 


11930 


35-1350-1. 


11931 


35-1465-15. 


11932 


35-1900-13. 


11933 


55-80-1. 



55-45-10. 



-120-15. 



55-155-6. 



705-5. 



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11942 
11943 


95-15-10. 
115-50-1. 


11944 


135-175-4. 


11945 


135-215-5. 


11946 


135-305-1. 


11947 


140-107-1. 


11948 


140-145-1. 


11949 


140-157-1. 


11950 


140-241-1. 


11951 


140-241-2. 


11952 


145-240-1. 



11956 
11957 
11958 



Special regulations SR (series)— Continued 
65-50-5. Postal service: Money order service; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 27 
p. 11. (Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 182-21.) [Super- 
sedes SR 65-50-5, Apr. 13, 1951.] D 101.10 : 65-50-5/2 

See Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 102-8. 

Hydrological and meteorological services: Radiosonde return tag; 
'July 1, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes SR 115-50-1, May 4, 
1953.] D 101.10 : 115-50-1/2 

Civilian components : Release of officers and warrant officers from 
extended active duty, Changes 4; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes Changes 3, Oct. 20, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 135-175^/2/eh.4 

Same : Officers' periods of service while on extended active duty, 
Changes 1; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes DA mes- 
sage 427280, June 12, 1953.] D 101.10 : 135-215-5/ch.l 

Same : Military districts, Changes 1 ; July 3, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

D 101.10 : 135-305-1/ch.l 

Armv Reserve : Enlistment and reenlistment, Changes 1 ; June 23, 
1953. [1953.] 8 p. [Supersedes DA message 391119, Jan. 23, 
1953.] D 101.10 : 140-107-1/3/ch.l 

Same: Mobilization designations; June 19, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 
[Supersedes 140-145-1, Feb. 17, 1950, including Changes 1, Nov. 
22, 1950.] D 101.10 : 140-145-1/2 

Same : Enlisted personnel, promotions and reductions, Changes 3 ; 
June 24, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes Changes 2, May 11, 
1953.] D 101.10 : 140-157-1 /2/ch. 3 

Army Reserve : Individual reserve personnel records, Changes 4 ; 
July 16, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [These Changes supersede so much 
of DA message 416695, May 5, 1953, as pertains to these regula- 
tions.] D 101.10 : 140-241-l/ch.4 

Same: Suspense card; July 6, 1953\ [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes 
SR 140-241-2, Mar. 24, 1950.] D 101.10 : 140-241-2/2 

Reserve Officers' Training Corps : Report of enrollment, Army ROTC 
(reports control symbol AG-34 (R3)), effective Sept. 1, 1953; 
June 19, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes SR 145-240-1, Apr. 26, 
1950, including Changes 1 and 2, Aug. 8, 1950 and July 6, 1951.] 

D 101.10: 145-240-1/2 

Installations : Post restaurants and nonappropriated funds for civi- 
lian employees, Changes 1; June 19. 1953. [1953.] 9 p. (Air 
Force Dept., Air Force regulation 176-5A. ) 

D 101.10 : 210-100-1/ch.l 

Statistical and accounting systems : Processing unit and installation 
equipment status reports, Changes 1 : June 10, 1953. [1953.] 
[14] leaves. [Supersedes letter, AGAS-P, June 2. 1953. subject: 
Supply status reporting system. ) D 101.10 : 330-40-1/5/ch.l 

Same: Status code; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes 
SR 330-100-3, Dec. 3, 1951, including Changes 1, Jan. 28, 1952, 
and DA message 415907 May 1, 1953.] D 101.10 : 330-100-3/2 

Same : Continental United States station code, Changes 5 ; June 26, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 330-180-1 /ch.5 

Same: Ratings, code 40; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Super- 
sedes SR 330-255-1, Apr. 23, 1951.] D 101.10: 330-255-1/3 

Correspondence and mail: Penalty mail, [Changes] 1; July 15, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. (Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 182- 
7A.) D 101.10 : 340-10-1/ch.l 

Education and training : United States Military Academy prepara- 
tory training, Changes 4; June 18, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. (Air 
Force Dept., Air Force regulation 35-43A.) [Supersedes Changes 
3, SR 350-90-1/AFR 35-43A, Aug. 24, 1951.] 

D 101.10 : 350-90-l/ch.4 
350-355-1. Same : Traffic management ; July 7, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 

D 101.10:350-355-1 

Same : Service school training for Army bandsmen ; June 24, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes SR 350-365-1, Feb. 8, 1952. Including 
Changes 1, Oct. 23, 1952.] D 101.10 : 350-365-1/2 

Military security: Control of classified security documents; July 1, 
1953. [1953.] 8 p. D 101.10 : 380-5-1 

Repairs and utilities : Monthly coal report (reports control symbol 
NAV-SandA-67-10), Changes 2: July 2, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes Changes 1, Oct. 20, 1950.) 

D 101.10 : 420-15-5/2/ch.2 
600-145-11. Personnel: Assignment of hospital patients. Changes 3; July 17, 
1953. [1953.] 1 p. D 101.10 : 600-145-11/3/ch. 3 

600-175-20. Same : Preparation of individual replacements for oversea move- 
ments (POR). Changes 2 ; July 17, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [These 
Changes supersede sec. 11, SR 600-175-1, June 21, 1949, DA 
message 421302. May 21, 1953, and so much of par. 27a, SR 615- 
20-1, July 31, 1950, as pertains to entries in personnel records.] 
D 101.10 : 600-1 75-20/ch.2 

Same: Identification tags. Changes 1 ; July 6, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
(Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 35-25A.) 

D 101.10 : 600-210-5/2/ch.l 



11953 210-100- 



11954 330-40-1. 



11955 330-100-3. 



330-180-1. 
330-255-1. 
340-10-1. 



11959 350-90-1. 



350-365- 



380-5-1 
420-45- 



11960 
11961 

11962 
11963 

11964 
11965 



11066 600-210-5. 



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11968 
11969 



11973 
11974 



11977 
11978 



11981 

11982 

11983 
11984 



11986 
11987 



615-25-15. 
615-205-45. 



700-85-10. 
711-45-25. 



Special regulations SE (series) — Continued 

600-220-11. Same : Designation of organizations in connection with Federal em- 
ployee security program; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. (Air 
Force Dept.. Air Force regulation 124-5.) [Supersedes SR 600- 
220-11 AFR 124-5, Dec. 28, lil50.] D 101.10 : 600-220-11/3 

600-225-2. Same : Duty at Fort Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, Changes 1 ; July 
2,1953. [1953.] 3 p. D 101.10 : 600-225-2/2/ch.l 

600-480-1. Same: Separation classification and readjustment orientation, 
Changes 2; July 6, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

D 101.10 : 600-480-l/ch.2 

11970 605-25-1. Officers: Appointment in Regular Army; June 30, 1953. [1953.] 

26 p. [Supersedes SR 605-25-1, Nov. 12, 1952, and DA letter 
(AGPB-R (M) 210.1) (Apr. 10, 1953), Apr. 15, 1953 ; Applications 
for Regular Army appointment.) D 101.10 : 605-25-1/3 

11971 605—25-25. Same: Appointment In Women's Army Corps, Regular Army; June 

30, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. [Supersedes SK 61:5-5-1, June 22, 
1951, and DA letter (AGPB-R (M) 210.1) (10 Apr. 53), Apr. 15, 
1953, subject : Applications for Regular Army Appointment.] 

D 101.10 : 605-25-25 

11972 605-145-25. Same : Administration of Naval Reserve Medical Corps and Dental 

Corps officers assigned to duty with Army, Changes 2 ; July 2, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. [Corrected Copy.] D 101.10 : 605-145-25/ch.2 

Enlisted personnel : Military occupational specialties, Changes 4 ; 
June 15, 1953. [1953.] 35 p. 4° D 101.10 : 615-25-15/ch.7 

Same : Training division and replacement training center report 
(reports control symbol CSGPA 27 (R5)), Changes 2; June 26, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. [These Changes supersede DA Message 
427722, June 16, 1953.] D 101.10 : 615-205-45/ch.2 

11975 615-360-1. Same: Separation of listed personnel; June 24, 1953. [1953.] 

35 p. [Supersedes SR 615-360-1, June 20, 1950, including 
Changes 1-4, 6 and 7, Aug. 8, 1950, Sept. 8, 1952, and various 
DA messages.] D 101.10 : 615-360-1/2 

11976 700-51—171. Supplies and equipment : Logistic responsibilities for standard com- 

modity classification, major group 71, feed, manufactured, 
Changes 1 ; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

D 101.10 : 700-51-171/ch.l 
Same : Conservation and reclamation of industrial diamonds, Changes 
1 ; June 26, 1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 700-85-10/ch.l 

Stock control : Stock control point operations report (reports control 
symbol CSGLD-623) ; June 25, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 

D 101.10 : 711-45-25 
Procurement of supplies and equipment : Purchase of lumber and 
allied products, including timber harvesting on military reserva- 
tions, Changes 2 ; July 2, 1953. 1953. 1 p. [Supersedes DA 
letter (AGAO-S 411.1 (2 Nov. 50) G4/E2-M), Nov. 10, 1950, 
subject : Stock piling of lumber and allied products.] 

D 101.10 : 715-50-10/ch.2 
11980 715-50-25. Same : Manual for military standards and standardization studies 
(DSMAM3) ; May 1953. [1953.] vl + 14p. 4° (Defense Supply 
Management Agency, Defense Supply Management Agency manual 
DSMA M-3. ) [Publication reads incorrectly, on p. 14, for sale by 
Superintendent of Documents.] • Item 328 and 314— A 

D 101.10 : 715-50-25 
715-280-1. Same : Procurement of books, pamphlets, and imported publications ; 
July 1, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. [Supersedes SK 715-280-1, July 1, 
1952.] D 101.10 : 715-280-1/4 

Property accountability: Accounting for real property; June 17, 
1953. [1953.] 22 p. [Supersedes SR 735-7-3, June 19, 1951.] 

D 101.10 : 735-7-3/2 

Same : Accounting procedures for coal ; June 24, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 

[Supersedes SR 735-7-8, June 19, 1951.] D 101.10 : 735-7-8/2 

742—507-41. Inspection of supplies and equipment : Serviceability standard for 

mine, land, chemical, one gallon (Empty container), respirator, 

dust, 4, and set, anti-fog, M2, Changes 2 ; June 29, 1953. 1953. 

1 p. D 101.10 : 742-507-41/ch.2 

742-507-66. Same : Serviceability standard for kit, repair, gas mask, company, 

M2, repair kit, gas mask, M3, set, accessories, for airplane smoke 

tank, mid, tool set, mechanical smoke generator, M10, and tool 

set, repair, gas mask, universal, M8 ; July 21, 1953. [1953.] 

6 p. [Supersedes SR 742-507-66, Feb. 18, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 742-507-66/2 
742—507-72. Same : Serviceability standard for gas masks and gas mask canisters, 
Changes 2 ; July 8, 1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 742-507-72/ch.2 
Maintenance of supplies and equipment : Signal field maintenance 
shops and missions; July 3, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. [Supersedes 
SR 750^05-6, Aug. 23, 1951. D 101.10 : 750-405-6/3 

Disposal of supplies and equipment : Reporting of station and tech- 
nical service excess personal property; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 
40 p. [Supersedes SR 755-5-1, May 22, 1951, including Changes 
1-7, Sept. 20, 1951-Apr. 21, 1953.] D 101.10 : 755-5-1/2 

11989 755-60-10. Same : Customs clearance of returned materiel, Changes 1 ; June 18, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 755-60-10/ch.l 



11979 715-50-10. 



735-7-3. 



735-7-8. 



750-405-6. 



755-5-1. 



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Table of allowances T/A (series). [Issued with perforations.] 

11990 23-101. Miscellaneous ammunition and explosives, Chances 2; June 10, 1958. 
[1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes Changes 1, T/A 23-101, Dec. 27, 1952.] 

D 101.23 : 23-101/ch.2 



Table of organization and equipment T/O & B (series), 
perforations.] % 
3-32A. 



[Issued with 



11992 3-30A 



11993 3-77A. 



11994 
11995 



-77B. 
-55A. 



5-57A. 



-5 9 A. 



12000 5-227A 



12001 5-278A. 



12002 


5-278B. 


12003 


5-279A. 


12004 


5-279B. 


12005 


5-315A. 


12006 


5-315B. 


12007 


5-316A. 


12008 


5-31 6B. 


12009 


5-317A. 


12010 


5-317B. 


12011 


5-344B. 



Headquarters and headquarters detachment, chemical group, field. Army 
or communications zone; May 28, 1953. [1953.] 17 p. il. 4" [Ef- 
fective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 28, 1953, T/O & E 3-32, 
Nov. 16, 1951.] D 101.19 : 3-32A 

Headquarters and headquarters detachment, chemical battalion, Army 
or communications zone ; May 21, 1953. [1953.1 14 p. 4° [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 21, 1953, T/O & E 3-36, Nov. 

16, 1951.] D 101.19 : 3-36A 
Chemical processing company; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 20, 1953, T/O & E 3-77, 
Dec. 9. 1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 11, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, 
and RT 3-77-20, Apr. 4, 1950.] D 101.19 : 3-77A 

Chemical processing company (type B) ; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 
il. 4° D-101.19 : 3-77B 

Engineer topographic battalion, Army; Apr. 15, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. 
il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 15, 1953, T/O & E 
5-55, Oct. 11, 1950, including Changes 1 and 2, Apr. 26, 1951 and 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 5-55A 

Engineer map reproduction and distribution company, Army ; Apr. 15, 
1953. [1953.] 15 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on 
Oct. 15, 1953, T/O & E 5-57, Oct. 11, 1950, including Changes 1, 
Apr. 17, 1951.] D 101.19 : 5-57A 

Engineer photomapping company, Army ; Apr. 15, 1953. [1953.1 12 p. 
il. 4° [Effective immediatley. Supersedes, on Oct. 15, 1953, T/O & E 
5-59, Oct. 11, 1950, including Changes 1 and 2, Apr. 17, 1951 and 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 5-59A 

5-225A. Airborne engineer battalion : Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 18 p. il. 4° [Ef- 
fective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 5-225, 
Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 6, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 5-225A 
5-226A. Headquarters, headquarters and service company, airborne engineer bat- 
talion ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 26 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. 
Supersedes, on July 1, 1953. T/O & E 5-226, Apr. 1, 1950, including 
Changes 1-3, Sept. 6, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 5-226 A 

Airborne engineer, company ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 11. 4° [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on July 1. 1953. T/O & E 5-227, Apr. 1, 
1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 6, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 5-227 A 

Engineer depot maintenance company ; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 18 p. il. 
4» [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 14, 1953, T/O & E 
5-278, Feb. 25, 1952, including Changes 1 ; Dec. 30. 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 5-278 A 

Engineer depot maintenance company (type B) ; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 
17 p. 11. 4» - D 101.19 : 5-278 B 

Engineer parts depot company; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. il. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 14, 1953, T/O & E, Dec. 

17, 1951.] D 101.19 : 5-279 A 
Engineer parts depot company (type B) ; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 14 

p. il. 4° D 101.19 : 5-279 B 

Engineer construction battalion ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 1, 1953, T/O & E 5-315, 
Mar. 25. 1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, 
and RT 5-315-20, Mar. 20, 1950.] D 101.19 : 5-315 A 

Engineer construction battalion (type B) ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 11 
p". 11. 4° D 101.19 : 5-315 B 

Headquarters, headquarters and service company, engineer construc- 
tion battalion ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 24 p. il. 4° [Effective immedi- 
ately. Supersedes on Nov. 1, 1953, T/O & E 5-316, Mar. 5, 1949, 
including Changes 1-5, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 5-316- 
20, Mar. 20, 1950.] D 101.19 : 5-316 A 

Headquarters and headquarters and service company, engineer construc- 
tion battalion (type B) ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 22 p. il. 4» 

D 101.19 : 5-316 B 

Engineer construction company; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 16 p. il. 4° 
[EITective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 1. 1953. T/O & E 5-317, 
Dec. 9. 1948, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, 
and RT 5-317-20, Mar. 20, 1950.] D 101.19 : 5-317 A 

Engineer construction company (type B) ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 14 
p. 11. 4° D 101.19 : 5-317 B 

Engineer base map depot company (type B) ; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 
11 p. 4° D 101.19 : 5-344 B 



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Table of 

5-349A. 



12013 
12014 



5-349B 
5-525A 



12016 5-527A. 



12017 6-1 15A 



12018 6-116A. 



12019 6-117A 



12020 6-615. 



12021 6-616. 



12022 6-617. 



12023 7-32A. 



12024 


7-35A. 


12025 


8-57A. 


12026 


8-561A. 


12027 


8-566A. 



12028 9-97A. 



12029 


9-315B. 


12030 


9-317B. 


12031 


9-319B. 


12032 


9-325B. 


12033 


9-32SB. 


12034 


9-358A. 



organization and equipment T/O & E (series) — Continued 

Engineer base photomapping company; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 

11. 4° [Effective inline. liatelv. Supersedes, on Nov. 14, 1953, T/O & E 

5-349, June 30, 1951, including Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952, and T/O & E 

5-189, Dec. 29, 1943.] D 101.19 : 5-349 A 

Engineer base photomapping company (type B) ; May 14, 1953. [1953.] 

12 p. il. 4» D 101.19 : 5-349 B 
Engineer shore battalion; Apr. 16, 1053. [1953.] 12 p. 11. 4° [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 1, 195:1, T/O & E 5-525 T, Jan. 
22, 1946, and T/O & E 5-525, Jan. 26, 1951, including Changes 1, 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 ; 5-525 A 

Headquarters, headquarters and service companv, engineer shore bat- 
talion; Apr. 16, 1953. [1953.] 20 p. 4» [Effective immediately. 
Supersedes, on Oct. 16, 1953, T/O & E 5-526T, Jan. 22, 1946, arid 
T/O & E 5-526, Jan. 26, 1951, including Changes 1 and 2, Mav 25, 
1951 and Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 5-526 A 

Engineer shore company; Apr. 16, 1953. [1953.] 17 p. il. 4° [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 16, 1953, T/O & E 5-527T, 
Jan. 22, 1946, and T/O & E 5-527, Jan. 26, 1951, including Change 1, 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 5-527 A 

Field artillery battalion, 75-mm. howitzer, pack ; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 
21 p. 11. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes! on Nov. 29, 1953. 
T/O & E 6-115, July 7, 1951, including Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19: 6-115 A 

Headquarters and headquarters and service battery, field artillery bat- 
talion, 75-mm. howitzer, pack; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 28 p. il. 4» 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 29, 1953, T/O & E 
6-116, July 7, 1951, including Changes 1 ; Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19: 6-116 A 

Field artillery battery, 75-mm. howitzer, pack; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 
18 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 29, 1953, 
T/O & E 6-117, July 7, 1951, including Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19: 6-117 A 

Field artillery battalion, 4.5-in. rocket, towed; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 
16 p. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 11, 1953, 
T/O & E 6-85, Jan. 5, 1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 8, 1950- 
Dee. 30, 1952, and RT 6-85-20, June 26, 1950.] D 101.19:6-615 

Headquarters and headquarters battery, field artillery battalion, 4.5- 
inch rocket, towed ; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 22 p. il. 4° [Effective 
immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 11, 1953, T/O & E 6-86, Jan. 5, 
1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 30. 1952, and RT 
6-86-20, June 26, 1950.] D 101.19 : 6-616 

Field artillery battery, 4.5-inch rocket, towed; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 
16 p. II. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 11, 1953, 
T/O & E 6-87, Jan. 5. 1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950- 
Dee. 30, 1952, and RT 6-87-20, June 26, 1950.] D 101.19 : 6-617 

Headquarters and headquarters company, infantrv regiment, airborne ; 
Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 25 p. il. 4" [Effective immediately. Super- 
sedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 7-32, Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 
1-3, Sept. IS, 1950-Dec. 30. 1952.] D 101.19 : 7-32 A/2 

Airborne infantry battalion ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. il. 4» [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 7-35, Nov. 
15, 1950, including Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 7-35 A 

Medical holding company ; Apr. 24, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 11. 4° [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 24, 1953, T/O & E 8-57, June 
15, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 15, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 8-57 A 

Station hospital, 25-bed, communications zone; May 21, 1953. [1953.] 

13 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 21, 1953, 
T/O & E 8-561, Oct. 11, 1950, including Changes 1 and 2, Feb. 8, 1951 
and Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 8-561 A 

Station hospital, 500-bed, communications zone; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 
23 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 6, 1953, 
T/O & E 8-566, July 5, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 8. 1950- 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 8-566 A 

Ordnance maintenance company, amphibious support brigade ; June 25, 
1953. [1953.] 16 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on 
Dec. 24, 1953, T/O & E 9-97, July 30, 1951, including Changes 1, 
Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 9-97 A 

Ordnance armament rebuild battalion (type B) ; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 
9 p. il. 4° D 101.19 : 9-315 B 

Ordnance combat vehicle rebuild company (type B) ; May 6, 1953. 
[1953.] 13 p. il. 4» D 101.19 : 9-317 B 

Ordnance engine and power train rebuild company (type B) ; May 6, 
1953. [1953.] 12 p. 11. 4° D 101.19 : 9-319 B 

Ordnance automotive rebuild battalion (type B) ; May 6, 1953. [1953.1 
9 p. il. 4° D 101.19:9-325 1', 

Ordnance power train rebuild company (type B) ; May 6. 1953. [1953.] 
11 p. 11. 4° D 101.19 : 9-328 B 

Ordnance collecting point company ; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 16 p. il. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 6, 1953, T/O & E 9-35.8, 
May 31, 1950, including Changes 1 and 2, Apr. 19, 1951 and Dec. 30, 
1952.] 



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12035 9-358B. Ordnance collecting point company (type B) ; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 
15 p. 11. 4° D 101.19 : 9-358 B 

12030 10-67A. Quartermaster service company; May 30, 1953. [1953.1 11 P. U. 4° 
[Effective Immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 30, 1953, T/O & E 
10-67, Julv 12, 194,8, Including Changes 1-3, Sept. 19, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952, and RT 10-07-20, Jan. 21, 1950. D 101.19 : 10-67 A 

12037 10-407A. Quartermaster aerial supply company- Apr. 26, 1953. [1953.] 21 

p. 11. 4» [Effective Immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 28, 1953, 
T/O & E 10-407, May 18, 1951, including Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 10-407 A 

12038 10-536 A. Headquarters and headquarters detachment, quartermaster battalion; 

Apr. 18, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 11. 4° [Effective immediately. Su- 
persedes, on Oct. 18, 1953, T/O & E 10-536, Aug. 24, 1948, Including 
Changes 1-4, Sept. 1, 1950-Apr. 13, 1953, and RT 10-536-20, 
Jan. 31, 1950.] D 101.19 : 10-536 A 

12039 11-25A. Signal construction battalion; Jan. 15, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 11. 4« 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Julv 15, 1953, T/O & E 
11-25, June 3, 1949, including Changes 1-3, Aug. 31, 1950-Dec. 30, 

1952, and RT 11-25-20, May 5, 1950.] D 101.19 : 11-25 A 

12040 11— 26A. Headquarters and headquarters company, signal construction battalion ; 

Jan. 15, 1953. [1953.] 16 p. 11. 4° [Effective Immediately. Su- 
persedes, on July 15, 1953. T/O & E 11-26, June 3, 1949, including 
Changes 1-3, Aug. 31, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 11-26-20, May 5, 
1950.] 

12041 11-557A. Airborne signal company ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 34 p. 11. 4° [Ef- 

fective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 11-557, 
Apr. 1, 1950, Including Changes 1-4, Aug. 31, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 11-557 A 

12042 20-511. Amphibious support regiment ; Apr. 20, 1953. [1953.] 23 p. 11. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 20, 1953, T/O & E 
5-511, Jan. 26, 1951, including Changes 1, Dee. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 20-511 
Headquarters, headquarters and service company, amphibious support 
regiment: Apr. 20, 1953. [1953.1 19 p. il. 4» [Effective immedi- 
ately. Supersedes, on Oct. 20, 1953, T/O & E 5-512, Jan. 26, 1951, 
Including Changes 1 and 2, Dec. 30, 1952 and Apr. 13, 1953.] 

D 101.19 : 20-512 
44—417. Antiaircraft artillery gun battery, 120-mm, static, conus ; June 15, 

1953. [1953.] 15 p. il. 4» D 101.19 : 44-^17 
54-201 A. Headquarters logistical command C ; Apr. 6, 1953. [1953.] 30 p. il. 4° 

[Effective Immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 6, 1953, T/O & E 54-201, 
Feb. 28, 1950, including Changes 1, Aug. 13, 1951, and T/O & E 
9-620-1T, Sept. 13, 1944, including Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 54-201 A 

54— 202 A. Headquarters company, logistical command C; Apr. 6, 1953. [1953.] 

11 p. 11. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Oct. 6, 1953, 

T/O & E 54-202, Feb. 28, 1950, Including Changes 1-3, Sept. 6, 

1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 54-202 A 

Transportation harbor craft company, amphibious support brigade ; 
May 23, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Su- 
persedes, on Nov. 23, 1953, T/O & E 55-9, Dec. 28, 1951, including 
Changes 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] D 101.19 : 55-9 A 

Transportation light truck company, Army or communications zone. 
Changes 1 ; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4" D 101.10 : 55-17 A/ch.l 

Headquarters, airborne division; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.1 26 p. 11. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 57-1, 
Nov. 15, 1950, including Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952, and columns of 
parts and sections of T/O & E 57-2 and Change 1, Apr. 1, and 
Sept. 14, 1950.] D 101.19 : 57-1 A 

Headquarters company, airborne division ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 22 
p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Together with T/O & E 57-1A, 
Jan. 1, 1953, supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 57-2, Apr. 1, 1950, 
Including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 57-2 A 

12051 B7-19A. Antitank platoon, airborne division ; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 11. 4» 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1. 1953, T/O & E 57-19, 
Ap. 1, 1950, Including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

D 101.19 : 57-19 A 

Technical manual TM (series), t D 101.11: (nos.) 

12052 5-5043. Floodlight unit, portable, gasoline-driven, trailer-mounted, 2-wheel 

pneumatic tires, 5 KW, YVinpower Nite Hawk, model NH 5— W ; May 
1953. [1953.] cover title, 18 p. 11. 4» t • Item 329 

12053 11-2698. Frequency meter FR-67/U [with list of references] ; May 1953. 1953. 

viil + 79 p. 11. 2 pi. 4» • Item 329 

12054 30-537. Mongolian vocabulary (modern Khalkha language), Mongolian-English 

Mongolian, Jan. 1953. ; compiled by D. A. Troxel. 1953. v + 725 
p. 16° 

12055 55-2022 Brake equipment air, railway locomotive NTABCO model 14-B1 ; May 

1953. 1953. 4+ [65] p. 11. 4° • Item 329 



12043 20-512. 



12044 
12045 



12047 55-9A. 



12048 
12049 



55-17A. 
57-1 A. 



57-2i 



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Note. — Publications of the Atomic Energy Commission which are for sale, other 
than those sold by the Superintendent of Documents, may be ordered from Office 
of Technical Services, Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C. All checks 
and money orders should be made payable to the Treasurer of the United States. 

12056 Field tests for Atomic Energy Commission on use of seismic geophysical 

method for tracing buried channels in Monument Valley area, Ariz. ; by 
Dart Wantland and Robert D. Casey. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] 68 p. 
il. 4° (Interior Department. Geological report G— 123.) [Prepared by 
Reclamation Bureau for Atomic Energy Commission. Nov. 15, 1952, 
appears on title page.] $ 
L. C. card 53-61225 Y 3.At 7 : 2 Se 4 

Unclassified documents. (Technical Information Service.) [Processed.] 

Y 3. At 7 : 22/(letters-nos.) 

12057 AEC-TR-2008. New apparatus for microchemical determination of molecular 

weights by effusion, by W. Mund, J. A. Herman, P. Huyskens ; 
[translated by R. C. Bacon from Bull, classe sci., Acad. roy. 
Belg. (5) 3S, 1052]. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1053]. 7 p. 11. 4» 
[May 1953, TIS issuance date.] t 

12058 AEC-TR-2013. Study of mechanism of oxidation of binary alloys of iron- 

chromium at elevated temperatures, bv Jean Moreau ; [trans- 
lated by Mary E. Lee from Compt. rend. 236, 1953.] Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 5 p. il. 4° (Oak Ridge National Labo- 
ratory.) [May 1953, TIS issuance date.] X 

12059 COO— 103. Design of extensometer for creep studies, special progress report ; 

by Ben R. Gossick. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] + 13 p. 11. 4° 
(Purdue University.) [Feb. 1, 1953, appears on title page.] 
t Page 20e. 

12060 ISC-241. Structure of neodymium sulfate octahvdrate [with list of litera- 

ture cited] ; by D. R. Fitzwater, R. E. Rundle. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. 51 p. 11. 4» (Ames Laboratory.) [June 1952 
appears on title page.] X 

12061 ISC— 254. Geiger-Mueller counters for low energy electrons [with list of 

literature cited] ; by E. R. Rathbun, jr., E. N. Jenson. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] [3] +5-39 p. 11. 4" (Ames Laboratory.) 
[Aug. 1950 appears on title page.] X 

12062 ISC— 271. New technique for separation of radiophosphorous from sulfur 

[with list of literature cited] ; by L. D. Mclssaac, A. Voigt. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +5-33 p. 11. 4° (Ames Labora- 
tory.) [June 1952 appears on title page.] X 

Fluid bearing [with list of references], by Paul Gerard; [trans- 
lated from French, Journal de la S. I. A., June 1951]. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 12 p. il. 4° [May 1953, TIS issuance 
date.] t 

Slow neutron scintillation detector [with one reference] ; by 
A. Lundby, K. Skarsvag, E. Anderson. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953.] 10 p. 11. 4° (Joint Establishment for Nuclear Energy 
Research, Norway.) [Nov. 6, 1952, appears on title page.] t 
12065 NP-4403. Photo-neutrons in heavy water from uranium fission products 

[with list of references] ; by N. Holt, A. Lundby. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. ii + 6 p. il. 4° (Joint Establishment for Nuclear 
Energy Research, Norway.) [May 1953, TIS issuance date. 
Other issues of this report may bear number series report no. 
il.] t 

Studies of NaCl-KCl solid solutions : 1, Heats of formation, lattice 
spacings, derisities, Schottky defects and mutual salubilities, 
progress report [with list of references] : by W. T. Barrett, 
W. E. Wallace. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] ii + 14 p. il. 4° 
(University of Pittsburgh.) [Apr. 7, 1953, appears on title 
page.] X 

On angular momentum ; by J. Schwinger. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. cover title, 88 p. 4° (Nuclear Development Asso- 
ciates, Inc.) [Jan. 26, 1952, appears on title page. Text 
on p. 2 of cover.] t Paper, 60c. 

Study of metal-ceramic interactions at elevated temperatures, 
progress report ; by F. H. Norton, W. D. Kinaery. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. [2] +6 p. 4» (Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. ) [Apr. 1, 1953, appears on title page.] t 

Measurement of thermal conductivity of refractory materials, - 
progress report ; by F. H. Norton, W. D. Kingery. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. [2]+ 17 p. il. 4° (Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology.) [Apr. 1, 1953, appears on title page.] X 
12070 NYO-3693. Electrochemical studies of nonaqueous melts, quarterly progress 

report for period ending Feb. 15, 1953: by Robert F. Mehl, 
Gerbard Derge. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] ii + 10 p. il. 4° 
(Carnegie Institute of Technology.) [April 7, 1953, appears 
on title page.] X 



12063 NP-2412. 



12064 NP-4402. 



12066 NYO-952. 



12067 NYO-3071. 



12068 NYO-3145. 



12069 NYO-3644. 



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Unclassified 

NY0^517. 



12072 ORNL-1142 



12073 ORNL-1313 



12074 ORNL-1324 



12075 ORNL-1340 



12076 ORNL-1459. 



12077 ORO-91. 



12078 ORO-93. 



12079 RME-3040. 



120S0 RME-3040. 



120S1 RMO-1031. 



12083 TEI-296 (pt 



12084 TEM-434. 



12085 TEM-509. 



12086 TID-5118. 



12087 UCRL-2036. 



12088 UCRL-2040. 



documents — Continued 

Behavior of Institutional incinerators when used to burn radio- 
active wastes, final project report for Aug. 1, 1950— Nov. 1, 

1952 ; by C. W. Kruse, P. V. Freese, A. Machis, V. C. Behn. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 58 p. 11. 4° (Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity.) [Nov. 1, 1952 appears on title page.] t Paper, 45c. 

Multiple-crystal gamma-ray spectrometer ; by F. E. Malenschein. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] [2] +7-46 p. 11. 4° (Oak Ridge 
National Laboratory.) [Apr. 14, 1952 site issuance date.] t 
Paper, 35c. 

Purification of fission-product rare earths by ion exchange [with 
bibliography] ; by R. S. Pressly, A. F. Rupp. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953.] iv-|-29 p. 11. 4» (Oak Ridge National Laboratory.) 
[Apr. 20, 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 35c. 

Internal conversion correlation for mixed conversion transitions ; 
by M. E. Rose, L. C. Biedenharn. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] 
(Oak Ridge National Laboratory.) [July 25, 1952, site issu- 
ance date.] t Paper, 20c. 

Determination of diffusion length of thermal neutrons in X-10 
standard graphite pile; by E. D. Klema, R. H. Ritchie, 
T. Arnette. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] [2] +8 p. 4° (Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory.) [Aug. 15, 1952 site issuance 
date.] t Paper, 20c. 

Tables for analysis of allowed and forbidden beta transitions ; 
by M. E. Rose, C. L. Perry, N. M. Dismuke. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953.] cover title, 374 p. 4« (Oak Ridge National Labora- 
tory.) [Feb. 11, 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, S2.25 

Metabolism of cesium 137 in laboratory and domestic animals 
[with list of references] ; by S. L. Hood, C. L. Comar. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] ii + 31 p. 11. 4° (University of Ten- 
nessee.) [May 1953, TIS issuance date.] t Paper, 35c. 

Effect of wetting on heat transfer characteristics of liquid metalt 
(thesis) [with list of references] ; by W. K. Stromquist. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] [2J+X + 182 p. 11. 4" (University of 
Tennessee.) [Mar. 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Uranium occurrence in asphaltites, technical report, June 1, 
1952-Mar. 31, 1953 ; by Thomas D. O'Brien. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. 6 p. il. 4« (University of Minnesota.) [Mar. 31, 

1953 appears on title page.] $ 

Annual report for June 30, 1952 to Apr. 1, 1953 [articles, with 
lists of references] ; by Paul F. Kerr, P. K. Hamilton, Gerald 
P. Brophy, W. L. Simpson, William Cohen, Henry Dahl, Jack 
Green. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 99 p. il. 4° (Columbia 
University.) [Apr. 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Interim report on ore deposits of Grants district, N. Mex. ; by 
Irving Rapaport. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] 19 p. 4» (Divi- 
sion of Raw Materials, AEC.) [Nov. 1952, site issuance 
date.] ± 

Diffusion-distillation process for separation of isotopes, annual 
report [with list of literature cited] ; by C. W. Williamson. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] [2] p. + 5-33 leaves, 11. 4° 
(Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.) [Mar. 1, 1953 appears on 
title page.] t Paper, 25c. 
1). Radiometric reconnaissance near Montezuma, Summit County, 
Colo, [with list of literature cited] ; by McClelland G. Dings. 
Oak Ridge. Tenn. [1953.1 12 p. il. 4° [Preliminary report. 
Prepared by Geological Survey. Feb. 1953 appears on title 
page.] t 

Reconnaissance of Clinton formation in New York, Pennsylvania, 
Maryland, and New Jersey [with list of references cited] ; by 
R. W. Schnabel, Rollin C. Vickers. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] 
12 p. il. 4° [Preliminary report. Prepared by Geological 
Survey. Jan. 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Progress report on original state core studies : by G. E. Manger 
and G. L. Gates. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 21 p. 11. 4° 
[Preliminary report. Prepared jointly by Mines Bureau and 
Geological Survey. Jan. 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Magnet report; by J. Mates. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 137 p. 
il. 4» (Carnegie Institute of Technology.) [Apr. 1953 TIS 
issuance date.] t Paper, 90c. 
L. C. card 53-61603 

Surface gradient vs. electrode contour in resonant cavity [with 
list of references] ; by A. D. Schelberg. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. 16 p. il. 4" (Radiation Laboratory, University of 
California. Berkeley.) [Dec. 4, 1953 appears on title page.] 
t Paper, 20e. 

Photosynthesis, path of carbon in photosynthesis and primary 
quantum conversion net of photosynthesis ; by Melvin Calvin. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] 25 p. il. 4" (Radiation Laboratory, 
University of California, Berkeley.) [Nov. 22, 1952 appears 
on title page.] t Paper, 25c. 



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Unclassified documents — Continued 

12089 UCRL-2049. Extending range of self-balancing recording potentiometer with- 

out reducing resolution [with list of references] ; bv H. B. 
Keller, C. G. Dols. Oak Kidge, Tenn. [1953]. 13 p. il. 4° 
(Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.) 
[Dec. 12, 1952 appears on title page.] t Paper, 20c. 

12090 UCRL— 2051. Particle initiated high vacuum sparks [with list of references] ; 

by Harry G. Heard, Eugene J. Lauer. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 
11 p. 11. 4" (Radiation Laboratory, University of California, 
Berkeley.) [Mar. 16, 1953 appears on title page.] t Paper, 
20c. 

12091 UCRL— 2076. Use of nucleometer scaler and 4 pi chamber to measure electron 

capture radiations : by D. C. Conway, J. O. Rasmussen. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [19531. 7 p. 4° (Radiation Laboratory, Univer- 
sity of California, Berkeley.) [Jan. 7, 1953 appears on title 
page.] t Paper, 10c. 

12092 UCRL— 2126. Note on coordinate transformations and solid angle Jacobian for 

charged particles in magnetic field ; by Walter H. Barkas. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 6 p. II. 4° (Radiation Laboratory, 
University of California, Berkeley.) [Mar. 10, 1953 appears 
on title page.] t Paper, 10c. 

12093 UCRL-2154. Preparation of DL-valine-4, 4'-C„", DL-norvaline-3-C", DL leu- 

cine-3-C", DL-norleucine-3-C [with list of references] ; by R. 
Ostwald. Oak Ridge. Tenn. [1953]. [2] +15 p. 4° (Radiation 
Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.) [Mar. 27, 
1953 appears on title page.] t Paper, 25c. 

12094 Wash-129. Sanitary Engineering Conference held at South District Filtration 

Plant, Chicago, [papers presented, with bibliographies]. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. cover title. iii-vi + lS9 p. il. 4» (Divi- 
sion of Reactor Development, AEC. ) [Sept. 11, 1952 appears 
on title page. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t Paper, $1.15. 

CENSUS BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

12095 Census of housing, 1950 : v. 3, Farm housing characteristics, United States 

and economic subregions ; prepared under supervision of Howard G, 
Brunsman, chief, Population and Housing Division. 1953. xxxii+279 
p. il. 4° [Taken as part of 17th decennial census of United States.] 

* Cloth, $2.50. • Item 155 

L. C. card 52-60329 C 3.950-8/5 : v.3 

v. 4, Residential financing, mortgaged nonfarm properties; prepared 

under supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, chief, Population and Hous- 
ing Division, pt. [Taken as part of 17th decennial census of United 
States.] • Item 155 

12096 1. United States. 1952 [published 1953]. xli + 643 p. il. 4» [Processed Cor- 

rections, [4] leaves, 4°, was also issued.] * Cloth, $4.25 

L. C. card 52-60329 C 3.950-8/5 : v.4/pt.l 

Census of population, 1950 : v. 2, Characteristics of population, number of 
inhabitants, general and detailed characteristics of population ; prepared 
under supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, chief, Population and Hous- 
ing Division, pt. (Report of 17th decennial census of United States.) 
[Comprises series P-A, P-B, and P-C bulletins.] • Item 159 
L. C. card 52-60089 C 3.950-7/5 : v.2/pt. (nos. ) 

12097 2. Alabama. 1952. xxxi + 258 p. il. 4° * Cloth, $2.50. 

12098 16. Kansas. 1952. xxxi + 222 p. il. 4° • Cloth, $2.25. 

12099 17. Kentucky. 1952. xxxi + 263 p. il. 4° * Cloth, $2.50. 

12100 20. Maryland. 1952. xxxi + 178 p. il. 4° • Cloth, $2.25. 

12101 36. Oklahoma. 1952. xxxi + 256 p. il. 4° * Cloth, $2.50. 

12102 37. Oregon. 1952. xxxi + 174 p. il. 4° • Cloth, $2.00. 

12103 39. Rhodde Island. 1952. xxxi + 134 p. il. 4° * Cloth, $1.00. 

12104 40. South Carolina. 1952. xxxi + 199 p. il. 4» * Cloth, $2.25. 

12105 46. Virginia. 1952. xxxi + 310 p. il. 4» * Cloth, $2.75. • Item 159 

12106 47. Washington [State], 1952. xxxi + 239 p. 11. 4° » Cloth, $2.25. 

12107 48. West Virginia. 1952. xxxi + 230 p. il. 4° • Cloth, $2.25. 

12108 49. Wisconsin. 1952. xxxi + 230 p. il. 4° » Cloth, $2.25. • Item 159 

12109 Cotton production in United States, crop of 1952. [1953.] iii+36 p. 

[Prepared under supervision of Ray Hurley, chief, Agriculture Division.] 

* Paper, 15c. • Item 141 

L. C. card 25-26795 C 3.32 : 952 

12110 [This entry number not used.] 

Current population reports : Labor force, series P-50. C 3.186 : P-50/ (nos.) 

12111 44. Marital and family characteristics of labor force in United States, Apr. 

1952. June 1953. 8 p. 4» [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. 

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Government Publications 



July 1953. iv+29 p. i 
June 1953. 7 p. 4° 



4» • Paper, 
[Processed.] 



Current population reports — Continued 

12112 45. Annual report on labor force, 1952. 

10c. • Item 142 

12113 4G. Part-time workers, May and Nov. 1952. 

t Paper, 10c. 

• Population characteristics, series P-20. [Processed.] 

12114 43. School enrollment, Oct. 1952. July 3, 1953. 2 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

C 3.186 : P-20/43 

Population estimates, series P-25. [Processed.] C 3.186 : P-25/ ( nos. ) 

12115 72. Estimates of population of States, July 1, 1940 to 1949. May 1953. 8 p. 4" 

[Estimates given in this report supersede provisional estimates published 
In Series P-25, no. 47.] t Paper, 10c. 

12116 73. Estimates of population of United States, by age, color, and sex, July 1, 

1950, 1951, and 1952. June 16, 1953. 9 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

12117 74. Provisional estimates of population of United States, Jan. 1, 1950-May 1, 

1953. June 6, 1953. 1 p. 4° Paper, 5c. 

12118 75. Provisional estimates of population of United States, Jan. 1, 1950-June 1, 

1953. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 4» t Paper, 5c. 

Special censuses, series P-28. [Processed.] t C 3.186 : P-28/( nos.) 

471. Special census of Arroyo Grande, Calif., Jan. 6, 1953. July 6, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

472. Special census of Pismo Beach, Calif., Jan. 6, 1953. Julv 6, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

473. Special census of North Augusta, S. C, Jan. 6, 1953. July 6, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

474. Special census of New Ellenton, S. C. Jan. 20. 1953. July 6, 1953. 1 p. 4" 

475. Special census of Monrovia, Calif., Jan. 8, 1953. July 7, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

476. Special census of La Habra, Calif., Mar. 3, 1953. July 7, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

477. Special census of Atherton, Calif., Feb. 14, 1953. July 7, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

478. Special census of Denmark, S. C, Feb. 16, 1953. July 7. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

479. Special census of Glendora, Calif.. Jan. 28, 1953. July 8. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

480. Special census of San Luis Obispo, Calif., Jan. 17, 1953. July S, 1953. 



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12120 
12121 

12122 
12123 
12124 
12125 
12126 
12127 
12128 

12129 
12130 
12131 
12132 
12133 
12134 
12135 
12136 
12137 
12138 

12139 
12140 
12141 
12142 
12143 
12144 
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12146 
12147 
12148 

12149 
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12159 
12160 
12161 
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12103 
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1 p. 4° 

481. Special census of Culver City, Calif., Feb. 12, 1953. July 8, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

482. Special census of Talo Alto, Calif., Feb. 5. 1953. July 8, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

483. Special census of Menlo Park, Calif., Feb. 4, 1953. July 9, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

484. Special census of Gardena, Calif., Feb. 17, 1953. July 9, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

486. Special census of Skokie, 111., Mar. 5, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

487. Special census of Brookfleld, 111., Mar. 20. 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

488. Special census of La Grange, 111., May 6. 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

489. Special census of Westchester, 111., Apr. 29. 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

490. Special census of Hindsdale, 111., Apr. 1, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

491. Special census of La Grange Park, 111., Mar. 20, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 

4° 

492. Special census of Downers Grove, 111., Mar. 27, 1953. Julv 12, 1953. 1 p. 4" 

493. Special census of Markham, HI., Apr. 3, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

494. Special census of Western Springs, 111., Apr. 1, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4& 

495. Special census of Matteson, 111.. Apr. 10, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

496. Special census of Clarendon Hills. 111., Apr. 14, 1953. July 12. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
407. Special census of Glenview, 111., Apr. 14, 1953. July 12. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

498. Special census of Homewood, 111.. Apr. 20, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

499. Special census of Mount Prospect, 111., Apr. 22, 1953. July 12, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

500. Special census of Lonoke, Ark., Mar. 16, 1953. Julv 13, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

501. Special census of North Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 27, 1953. July 13, 1953. 

1 p. 4° 

502. Special census of La Mesa. Calif., Mar. 13, 1953. Julv 13, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

503. Special census of Livermore, Calif., Mar. 21, 1953. Julv 13, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

504. Special census of Huntington Beach, Calif., Mar. 24, 1953. July 13, 1953. 

1 p. 4° 

505. Special census of Redlands, Calif., Mar. 25. 1953. Julv 14. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

506. Special census of Claremont, Calif.. Apr. 15, 1953. Julv 14, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

507. Special census of Manhattan Beach, Calif., Apr. 3, 1953. July 14, 1953. 

1 p. 4" 

508. Special census of El Segundo, Calif., Apr. 10, 1953. Julv 14. 1953. 1 p. 4» 

509. Special census of Upland, Calif., Apr. 15, 1953. July 14, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

510. Special census of Tustin, Calif., Apr. 20. 1953. Julv 15, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

511. Special census of Redwood, Calif., Apr. 21, 1953. July 15, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

512. Special census of Mavwood. Calif., Apr. 29, 1953. July 15, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

513. Special census of King Citv, Calif.. Apr. 28, 1953. July 15, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

514. Special census of Covina, Calif.. Apr. 28. 1953. July 15. 1953. 1 p. 4» 

515. Special census of Fairfield, Calif., May 5, 1953. July 16, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

516. Special census of Vacaville, Calif., Mav 0. 1953. Julv 16. 1953. 1 p. 4" 

517. Special census of San Carlos, Calif.. May 7. 1953. July 16. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

518. Special census of South Pasadena, Calif., May 7, 1953. July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

4° 

519. Special census of San Fernando. Calif., Mav S. 1953. Julv 16, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

520. Special census of Monterey Park, Calif., May 14, 1953. July 17, 1953. 

1 p. 4° 

521. Special census of Tuba Citv, Calif., Mav 15, 1953. Julv 17. 1953. 1 p. 4» 

522. Special census of BaxstOW, Calif., Mav 14. 1953. July 17, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

523. Special census of Monterey. Calif., May 15, 1953. July 17. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

524. Special census of Areata, Calif., May 22, 1953. July 17. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

525. Special census of annexations to Jackson, Tenn., May 21, 1953. July 20, 

1953. 1 p. 4» 



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Current population reports — Continued 

12173 526. Special census of Bradford, Tenn., Mar. 31, 1953. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

12174 527. Special census of Bradley, Ark., Apr. 21, 1953. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

12175 527. Special census of West Covina. Calif.. Apr. 30, 1953. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 4« 

12176 529. Special census of Carrollton Township, Mich., May 13, 1953. July 20, 1953. 

1 p. 4» 

12177 530. Special census of territory annexed to Magnolia, Ark., May 5, 1953. July 

21, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

12178 531. Special census of Palm Springs, Calif., Mar. 5, 1953. July 21. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

12179 532. Special census of Stuttgart, Ark., .May 20, 1953. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 4» 

12180 533. Special census of El Cajon, Calif., May 23, 1953. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 4° 
121S1 534. Special census of Concord, Calif., May 26, 1953. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 4° 

12182 Facts for industry : Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, 1952 ; 

prepared by Industry Division, Metals and Metal Products Section. July 
9,1953. 6 p. 4" (Series M52A-02.) [Processed.] f Paper, 10c. 

C 3.158 : M 52 A-02 

12183 Commercial and home canning closures, summary for 1952 ; prepared 

by Industry Division, Metals and Metal Products Section. June 23, 
1953. 5 p. 4° (Series M75C-02.) [Processed.] f Paper, 10c. 

C 3.158 : M 75 C-02 

12184 Confectionary (including chocolate products), summary for 1952; 

prepared by Industry Division, Food Section. June 24, 1953. 4 p. 4° 
( Series M16C-02. ) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 16 C-02 

12185 Knit cloth for sale, 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, Apparel 

Section. [1953.] [2] p. 4° (Series M15K-02.) [Processed.] t Pa- 
per, 10c. C 3.158 : M 15 K-02 

121S6 Metal cans, summary for 1952; prepared by Industry Division, Metals 

and Metal Products Section. June 23, 1953. 4 p. 4° (Series M75D-02.) 
[Processed.] t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 75 D-02 

12187 Paint, varnish, and lacquer, summary for 1952; prepared by Industry 

Division, Chemicals Section. July 9, 1953. [2] p. 4° ( Series M19J-02. ) 
t Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 51-4453 C 3.158 : M 19 J-02 

12188 Shoes and slippers, summary for 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, 

Apparel Section. July 21, 1953. 5 p. 4° (Series M68A-02.) [Proc- 
essed.] t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 68 A-02 

12189 Softwood plywood, summary for 1952; prepared by Industry Division, 

Lumber and Wood Products Section. July 10, 1953. 6 p. 4° (Series 
M13B-02. ) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 13 B-02 

12190 Steel forgings, summary for 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, 

Metals and Metal Products Section. June 22, 1953. 3 p. 4° (Series 
M22C-02.) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. O 3.158 : M 22 C-02 

12191 Steel shipping barrels, drums, and pails, summary for 1952; prepared 

by Industry Division, Metals and Metal Products Section. June 25, 1953. 
9 p. 4° (Series M75A-02.) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. 

C 3.158 : M 75 A-02 

12192 Wool manufactures, summary for 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, 

Textile Section. July 9, 1953. 8 p. 4° (Series M15H-02.) [Processed.] 
t Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 52-35738 C 3.148 : M 15 H-02 

Maps. * 35c. each. 

12193 Arkansas, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m.zz3.2 In. 1953. 36x48 

in. 

L. C. card Map 53-608 C 3.950-9/4 : Ar 4k 

12194 California (northern part), location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 

in. 1953. 36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-608 C 3.950-9/4 : C 12n 

12195 California (southern part), location of Irrigated land, 1949. Scale 50 in. = 3.2 In. 

1953. 36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-608 C 3.950-9/4 : C 12 s 

12196 Colorado, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 In. 1953. 36 X 

48 In. 

L. C. card Map 53-609 C 3.950-9/4 : C 71 

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12197 Government Publications 

Maps — Continued 

12197 Florida, location of Irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 In. 1953. 36X48 

In. 

L. C. card Map 53-610 C 3.950-9/4 : F 66 

12198 Idaho, location of Irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 In. 1953. 48X36 In. 

L. C. card Map 53-611 C 3.950-9/4 : Id 1 

12199 Kansas, location of Irrigated land, 1949. Scale 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-612 C 3.950-9/4 : K 13 

12200 Louisiana, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X 

4S in. 

L. C. card Map 53-613 C 3.950-9/4 : L 93 

12201 Montana, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-614 C 3.950-9/4 : M 76 

12202 Nebraska, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X 

48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-615 C 3.950-9/4 : N 27 

12203 Nevada, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 48X36 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-016 C 3.950-9/4 : N 41 

12204 New Mexico, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 

36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-617 C 3.950-9/4 : N 42 m 

12205 North Dakota, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 

36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-618 C 3.950-9/4 : N 81 d 

12206 Oklahoma, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X48 

in. 

L. C. card Map 53-619 C 3.950-9/4 : Ok 4 

12207 Oregon, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X48 

in. 

L. C. card Map 53-621 

12208 Texas (eastern part), location of irrigated land, 1949. 

1953. 48X36 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-620 

12209 Texas (western part), location of irrigated land, 1949. 

1953. 48X36 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-620 C 3.950-9/4 : T 31 w 

12210 Utah, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale, 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-622 

12211 Washington [State], location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale,50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 

36X48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-623 C 3.950-9/4 : W 27 

12212 Wyoming, location of irrigated land, 1949. Scale 50 m. = 3.2 in. 1953. 36X 

48 in. 

L. C. card Map 53-624 C 3.950-9/4 : W 99 

12213 Policy in regard to release of foreign trade and shipping statistics reports 

prepared for private organizations on cost basis. [1951.] 3 p. 4" 
(Foreign Trade Division.) [Processed. Reprint from Nov. 1951 For- 
eign trade statistics notes.] C 3.167/a : P 75 
United States census of agriculture, 1950 : Special reports ; [prepared 
under supervision of Ray Hurley, chief, and Warder B. Jenkins, assistant 
chief, Agriculture Division], v. 5, pt. • Item 152 

12214 9. Economic class and type of farm, graphic summary, cooperative report. 1952 

[published 1953]. vii + 62 p. 11. 4° [Other illustrations on p. 1 and 4 of 
cover. Prepared in cooperation with Agricultural Economics Bureau, Divi- 
sion of Farm Management and Costs.] * Paper, 40c. • Item 152 
L. C. card 53-60399 C 3.950-9 : v.5/pt.9 

United States census of population, 1950: Detailed characteristics [by 
States], detailed data for large areas on age, race, marital status, educa- 
tion, employment, income, occupation, industry, etc. ; prepared under 
supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, chief, Population and Housing 
Division, report P-C (series). • Item 160 

12215 5. California. 1952. xv + 193-483, p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 5, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 

* Paper, $1.50 C 3.950-7/4 : C 12 

12216 13. Illinois. 1952. xv + 201-347 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 13, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 

* Paper, 70c. C 3.950-7/4 : II 16 

12217 IS. Louisiana. 1952. xv + 117-248 p. 4" [Preprint of v. 2, pt. IS, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 

* Paper, 60c. C 3.950-7/4 : L 93 

12218 21. Massachusetts. 1952. xv + 105-308 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 21, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures sliown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC— 7 reports.] 

* Paper, $1.00. C 3.950-7/4 : M 3S 

12219 22. Michigan. 1952. xv + 165-348 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 22, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 
•Paper, $1.00. C 3.950-7/4 : M 58 

12220 25. Missouri. 1952. xv + 161-304 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 25, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 
•Paper, 65c. C 3.950-7/4 : M 69o 

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United States census of population, 1950 — Continued 

12221 30. New Jersey. 1952. xv+ 129-272 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 30, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, ami PC-7 reports.] 

* Paper, 65c. C 3.950-7/4 : N 42j 

12222 43. Texas. 1952. xv + 345-607 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 40, chap. C. Statis- 

tics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and PC-7 reports.] 

• Paper, $1.25 C 3.950-7/4 : T 31 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 
Publication. 

12223 304. Children's bookshelf, booklist for parents [with list of reading references 

for parents]. [Revised edition.] [1953.] cover title, 56 p. il. 12° [Text 

on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. • Item 453. 

L. C. card SS 53-22 FS 3.209 : 304/4 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION, Commerce Dept. 

12224 Aviation education sources, free and low-cost materials ; June 1953. [1953.] 

[1]+10 p. 4° (Aviation Education Staff, Office of Program Coordina- 
tion.) [Processed.] t C 31.102 : Ed 8/2/953 

12225 Catalogue of films distributed by Civil Aeronautics Administration. Re- 

vised Apr. 1953. [1953.] cover title, iv+44 p. 4° (Office of Aviation 

Information.) t •Item 168 

L. C. card 51-60377 C 31.102 : F 48/953 

12226 City to airport highways, Apr. 1953; [prepared by Office of Airports]. 

[1953.] iv+23 p. il. 4° [* Paper, 20c. • Item 168 C 31.102 :H 53 

Civil aeronautics manual. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] f 

12227 42. Irregular air carrier and off-route rules ; May 1953. [1953.] viii + 80 p. il. 4° 

•Paper, $1.00 (including supplementary service, 50c. additional for foreign 
mailing). • Item 170 C 31.107 : 42/3 

12228 index of Technical standard orders, TSO index, July 1, 1953. [1953.] 

[l]+4 p. 4° (Office of Standardization Coordinator.) [For official use. 
Processed. Supersedes all previous issues.] $ C 31.143 : ind./953 

12229 International flight information manual, v. 4 ; June 1, 1953. [1953.] 112 p. 

4° (Office of Aviation Information. ) [Annual publication, complement- 
ing International notams. Formerly issued quarterly.] * Paper, 45c. 
• Item 168-A C 31.139 : 4 

12230 List of publications, June 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

C 31.102 :P 96/2/953 

Specifications. [Processed.] t * C31.120: (nos.) 

12231 CAA-746b. Specification for fences. Sept. 1, 1950. 10 p. 4" (Office of Federal 

Airways.) [Supersedes issue of Mar. 1, 1949.] 

12232 CAA-1024. Construction of combined F.M-MH facility or MH facility ; June 25, 

1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» (Office of Federal Airways.) 

12233 CAA— 1026. Specification for square flexible engine-generator radiator air duct. 

June 22, 1953. 3 p. 4° (Office of Federal Airways.) 

12234 CAA-R-1027. Carrier telegraph terminal ; July 7, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° 

Technical standard order TSO (series). [Processed.] t 

C 31.143: (letters-nos.) 

12235 C31. High frequency radio communication transmitting equipment ; effective 

July 15, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

12236 C32. High frequency radio communication receiving equipment ; effective July 15, 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» 

12237 Testing your omnirange receiver. [1953.] 4 p. 4° (Office of Aviation In- 

formation.) [Processed.] t C 31.102 : Om 5/3 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, Commerce Dept. 

12238 Accident investigation report : Flying Tiger Line, Inc., Douglas DC— 4, 

Issaquah, Wash., Jan. 7, 1953 ; adopted June 17, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 1 pi. 
4° [Processed.] t C 31.213: Is 7 

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12239 Government Publications 

civil service commission 

12239 Announcing examination for cartographer, $3,410 to $10,800 a year (grades 

GS-5 through GS-15), optional branches (for grades GS-7 and above), 
geodesy, topography, hydrography, aerocharting, cadastral, general, carto- 
graphic aid, $2,750 to $4,205 a year (grades GS-2 through GS-7), 
cartographic technician, $4,620 to $5,940 a year (grades GS-8, 9, 10, 11), 
optional branches (for grades GS-4 and above), suvery, photogram- 
metry, compilation, relief model, control, general, cartographic drafts- 
man, $2,750 to $4,205 a year, (grades GS-2 through GS-7) , announcement 
375. July 14, 1953. 7 p. 4° [No closing date.] t • Item 292 

CS 1.26 : 953/375 

12240 Current Federal examination announcements, AN 2279 [issue 74], supp. A; 

July 1953. [1953.] 1 p. oblong 48° t • Item 292 

CS 1.28 : 2279/953-74/supp.A 

12241 Current Federal examination announcements, AN 2279 [issue 75] ; Aug. 

1953. [1953.] [2] p. f° folded into narrow 8° size, t • Item 292 

CS 1.28 : 2279/953-75 

12242 Federal job opportunities for persons entitled to 10 point veteran prefer- 

ence, AN 2867 [issue 24], July-Sept. 1953. [1953.] [2] p. f° folded 
into narrow 8° size, t CS 1.28 : 2867/24 

12243 Federal job opportunities [in field service] throughout United States, AN 

2280 [issue 23], July 1953. [1953.] [2] p. oblong f°, folded into narrow 
8° size. • Item 292 CS 1.28 : 2280/953-23 

Pamphlets. CS 1.48 : (nos.) 

12244 33-4. Pay structure of Federal civil service, June 30, 1952. May 1953. cover 

title, 29 p. 4» (Federal Employment Statistics Staff.) t 
L. C. card 48-46254 

12245 47. Way to a job in Government; July 1953. [1953.] [6] p. 11. narrow 8° 

» Paper, 5c. • Item 299 

12246 Physical science aid, engineering aid, $2,500 and $2,750 a year, amendment 

to announcement 347. July 7, 1953. 1 p. oblong 24° [Processed.] t 

CS 1.26 : 952/347/amdt.-2 

12247 staff nurse and psychiatric head nurse, $3,410 and $4,205 a year, discon- 

tinuance notice for announcement no. 267. June 30, 1953. 1 p. oblong 
48° [Processed.] t CS 1.26 : 951/267/notice 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, Commerce Dept. 

Magnetic hourly values HV (series). 

12248 SJ49. Errata [San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1949]. May' 8, 1953. 1 p. 4° [Proc- 

essed.] t C 4.40 : SJ 49/errata 

Magnetograms and hourly values MHV (series). [Processed. For official 
use only.] t C 4.40/2: (letters nos.) 

12249 Ch50. Cheltenham, Md. [with list of references], 1950. 1952. [2] +146 p. 11. 

large 8° 

12250 Si50. Sitka, Alaska [with list of references], 1950. 1953. [2] +161 p. il. 

large 8° 

12251 Tu50. Tucson, Ariz, [with list of references], 1950. 1953. [2]+140 p. 11. 

large 8° 

Special publications. • Item 193 C4.19: (nos.) 

12252 291. Plane coordinate projection tables; Louisiana [Lambert]. 1953. 24 p. 11. 4° 

* Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 51-60311 

12253 296. Plane coordinate intersection tables (2%-minute), Florida. [1953.] [3] + 

115 p. 11. 4° • Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card 53-61216 

12254 297. Plane coordinate Intersection tables (2% minute), Wyoming. 1953. [3] + 

184 p. 11. 4° » Paper, 75c. 

12255 300. Tsunami of Nov. 4, 1952, as recorded at tide stations ; [prepared by W. B. 

Zerbe]. 1953. iv + 62 p .il. 4° 'Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 53-61607 

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August 1953 1220s 

12256 Supplement to United States coast pilot, Atlantic Coast, sec. C, Sandy 

Hook to Cape Henry, 5th (1947) edition; Feb. 7, 1953. [1953.] 20A+ 
110 p. (Serial 694-5.) [Includes corrections and additions from various 
sources from date of edition through Notice to mariners 6 of 1953 
and Federal register of Feb. 7. 1953. Supplement is in 2 parts, the first 
contains material received since Jan. 1, 1952, the second is a reprint 
of Jan. 1, 1952 supplement, and all of its information remains in effect 
except those items which have been overprinted with the word re- 
written.] t • Item 203 
L. C. card 4S-46426 C 4.6/1 : C/5/supp.953 

12257 Tide tables, central and western Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean [calendar] 

year 1954. 1953. l-9b+ 10-362 p. 11. (Serial 767.) [Index map of 
tide table coverage on p. 2 of cover. Includes list of publications of 
Coast and Geodetic Survey relating to tide and currents.] f Paper, 75c. 

• Item 196 

L. C. card 7-35369 C 4.15/6 : 954 

12258 east coast North and South America (including Greenland), [Calen- 
dar] year 1954. 1952 [published 1953]. 275p.il. (Serial 764.) [Map 
on p. 2 of cover.] f Paper, 50c. • Item 197 

L. C. card 48-46486 C 4.15/4 : 954 

12259 Europe and west coast of Africa (including Mediterranean Sea), for 

[calendar] year 1954. 1953. 204 p. il. (Serial 766.) [Index map of 
tide table coverage on p. 2 of cover. Includes List of publications by 
Coast and Geodetic Survey relating to tides and currents.] t Paper, 75c. 

• Item 198 C 4.15/7 : 954 

12260 west coast, North and South America (including Hawaiian Islands), 

for [calendar] year 1954. 1953. 210p.il. (Serial 765.) [Index map of 
tide table coverage on p. 2 of cover. Includes List of publications of Coast 
and Geodetic Survey relating to tides and currents.] t Paper, 50c. 

• Item 199 

L. C. card 4S-47037 C 4.15/5 : 954 

12261 United States earthquakes, 1951 ; by Leonard M. Murphy and William K. 

Cloud. 1953. iv+50 p. il. large 8° (Serial 762.) * Paper, 25c. • Item 
208 C 4.25/2 : 951 

COAST GUARD, Treasury Dept. 

12262 Aids to navigation, manual ; Jan. 1953. 1953. v+[745] p. il. 4° (CG-222.) 

[Replaces all chapters and amendments thereto previously issued in tem- 
porary form.] + • Item 943 
L. C. card 53-61634 T 47.8 : N 22/2/952 

Local list of lights and other marine aids, Atlantic Coast of United States ; 
corrected to Jan. 1, 1953. (CG-158.) [Map on p. 2 of covers. Maps, 
p. ii-xix and 873-899 with text, are duplicated in each of the 6 volumes. 
A Complete list of lights and other marine aids, Atlantic Coast of United 
States, was also published, for which see Monthly catalog, July 1953, 
entry 10239.] 
L. C. card 53-61760 T 47.35/2 : 953/v.l-6 

12263 v. 1. From St. Croix River, Maine, to Watch Hill, R. I., 1st Coast Guard district. 

1953. xix + 1-140 + 873-899 p. il. map, 4° [Pages 138-140 are left 
blank to be used for notes.] • Paper, $1.25. 

12264 v. 2. From Watch Hill, R. I., to Fenwick Island, Del., 3d Coast Guard district. 

1953. xix + 141-296 + 873-899 p. il. map, 4° [Pages 295 and 296 are 
left blank to be used for notes.] * Paper, $1.25. 

12265 v. 3. From Fenwick Island, Del., to Little River Inlet, S. C, 5th Coast Guard 

district. 1953. xix + 297-46S + S73-S99 p. il. map 4° * Paper, $1.25. 

12266 v. 4. From Little River Inlet, S. C, to Apalachicola River, Fla., 7th Coast Guard 

district. 1953. xix + 469-664 + 873-899 p. il. map 4° [Pages 662-664 are 
left blank to be used for notes.] * Paper, $1.50. 

12267 v. 5. From Apalachicola River, Fla., to Rio Grande, 8th Coast Guard district. 

1953. xix + 665-856 + 873-899 p. il. map, 4° [Page 856 is left blank to 
be used for notes.] * Paper, $1.50. 

12268 v. 6. West Indies, 7th Coast Guard district, Greater Antilles section. 1953. 

xix+ 857-899 p. 11. map, 4° * Paper, 75c. 

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12268A Government Publications 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

12268A Export control, 23d quarterly report [under Export control act of 1949] 
to the President, Senate, and House of Representatives. [1953.] cover 
title, iii+50 p. il. * Paper, 20c. • Item 130 
L. C. card 47-4G5G7 C 1.26 : 23 

CONGRESS 



Note. — All reports, appropriation bills, etc., recorded under Congress and both 
houses of Congress are for the fiscal year unless otherwise noted. 

Congressional or Serial set 

Note. — House and Senate documents and reports are accumulated into bound 
volumes comprising the Congressional or Serial set. No catalog entry is made for the 
volumes of the Serial set since the documents and reports contained therein have 
been previously listed in the Monthly catalogs. 

The following bound volumes were sent to depository libraries during the period of 
this catalog : 

12269 House documents — ■ 

no. 311, 82d Congress, 2d session, Disabled American veterans, report, 1951 

[serial 11598]. • Item 995-J 
no. 112, S3d Congress, 1st session, Boy Scouts of America, 43d report, 1952. 

• Item 995-A 
no. 119. 83d Congress, 1st session, Girl Scouts of U. S. A., report, 1952. • Item 

995-0 

12270 House reports — 

nos. 1297, pt. 2, 1452, pt. 2, 1469-1693, 81st Congress, 2d session, Miscellaneous 
vol. 1 [serial 11378]. • 1947 Item 311 

12271 Senate reports — 

nos. 1451-1514, 1516-1690, 81st Congress, 2d session, Miscellaneous vol. 2 
[serial 11368]. • 1947 Item 311 

Laws 

Note. — The Federal laws are first published separately and in this form are known 
as "slip laws." Later, these laws are compiled, edited, indexed, and published in 
the volumes of the Statutes at large. 

Private laws, 83d Congress, t House or Senate Document Rooms, Capitol. 

12272 60. H. K. 663, act for relief of Alexander Fiala. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 133, 1st session.) 

12273 61. H. R. 8S8, act for relief of Francesca Servello. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 134, 1st session.) 

12274 62. H. R. 1103, act for relief of Maria Buffoni and Emma Botta. Approved June 

18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 135. 1st session.) 

12275 63. H. R. 1187. act for relief of Mother Anna DiGiorgi. Approved June 18, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 136, 1st session.) 

12276 64. H. R. 1200, act for relief of Ronald J. Palmer and Ronda Kay Palmer. 

Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 137, 1st session.) 

12277 65. H. R. 1517, act for relief of Predrag Mitrovich. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 138, 1st session.) 

12278 66. H. R. 1952, act for relief of Cecile Lorraine Vincent and Michael Calvin 

Vincent. Approved June 18. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 139, 1st session.) 

12279 67. H. R. 2176, act for relief of Norma Jean Whitten. Approved June 18, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 140, 1st session.) 

12280 6S. H. R. 3244, act for relief of Patricia Ann Dutchess. Approved June 18, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 141, 1st session.) 

12281 69. H. R. 3358, act for relief of Erna Meyer Grafton. Approved June 18, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 142, 1st session.) 

12282 70. H. R. 3678, act for relief of George Prokofieff de Seversky and Isabelle 

Prokofieff de Seversky. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 143, 

12283 71. H. R. 3758, act for relief of Stavrula Perutsea. Approved June 18, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 144. 1st session.) 

12284 72. H. R. 3796. act relating to incorporation of Columhus University of Wash- 

ington, D. C. [Approved June 18, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 145, 1st session.) 

12285 73. H. R. S70, act for relief of Harry Block. Approved June 22, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 148, 1st session.) 

12286 74. S. 712. act for relief of William R. Jackson. Approved June 26, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 156, 1st session.) 

12287 75. S. 141, act for relief of Harry Ray Smith. Approved June 29, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 160. 1st session.) 

12288 76. H. R. 14S2. act for relief of Hlldegard Sehoenauer. Approved June 29, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 161. 1st session.) 
122S9 77. H. R. 662, act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Furstenberg. Approved 

July 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 189. 1st session.) 
12290 78. S. 140, act for relief of John W. McBridge. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 205, 1st session.) 

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Private laws, 83d Congress — Continued 

79. S. 172, act for relief of Socorro Gerona de Castro. Approved July 16, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 206. 1st session.) 

80. S. 226, act tor relief of Keiko Tashiro. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 207, 1st session.) 

81. S. 297, act for relief of Arthur Tye. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 

208, 1st session.) 

82. S. 314, act for relief of Cornelius A. Navori. Approved July 16, 1903. 1 p. 

(Chapter 209, 1st session.) 

83. S. 315, act for relief of Owen Lowrey. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 

ter 210, 1st session.) 

84. S. 349, act for relief of May Ling Ng. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 

ter 211, 1st session.) 

85. S. 458, act for relief of Angelo Gurisetti Podesta. Approved July 16, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 212. 1st session.) 

86. S. 505, act for relief of John T. MacMullen. Approved July 16, 1053. 1 p. 

(Chapter 213, 1st session.) 

87. S. 604, act for relief of Maria Neglia and Angelo Neglia. Approved July 16, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 214, 1st session. 

88. S. 616, act for relief of Albert Ilass. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 

ter 215, 1st session.) 

89. S. 1262, act for relief of Stefanos A. Spilios. also known as Stephen A. 

Harrison. Approved July 16. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 216, 1st session.) 

90. S. 1579, act for relief of Mieko Kristine. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 217, 1st session.) 

91. H. R. 2201, act for relief of Constantlnous Tzortzis. Approved July 16, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 218, 1st session.) 

92. H. R. 5527, act to authorize employment in civilian position in Office of 

Secretary of Defense of Graves Blanchard Erskine. upon retirement from 
Marine Corps, and for other purposes. Approved July 7, 1903. 1 p. 
(Chapter 229, 1st session.) 

Public laws, 83d Congress. • Item 575 

Note. — Public laws in slip form in the first prints may be obtained from the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington 20, D. C, at a subscription price of 
$8.00 per session, $1.00 additional for foreign mailing ; single copies are 
usually 5c. ; no. 85 is 10c. 

67. H. R. 4550, act to amend Code of laws of District of Columbia In respect to 

recording, in office of recorder of deeds, of bills of sale, mortgages, deeds 
of trust, and conditional sales of personal property. Approved June 18, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 126, 1st session.) [Relates to tiling of affidavits 
with respect to railroad rolling stock.] 

68. H. R. 1730, act to provide for furnishing transportation in Government- 

owned automotive vehicles for employees of Veterans' Administration at 
field stations in absence of adequate public or private transportation. 
Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 127, 1st session.) 

69. H. R. 1832, act to provide for suspension of imposition or execution of 

sentence in certain cases in Municipal Court for District of Columbia and 
in Juvenile Court of District of Columbia. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 128, 1st session.) 

H. R. 2761, act to revive and reenact act of Dec. 21, 1944, authorizing City 
of Clinton Bridge Commission to construct bridge and approaches thereto 
across Mississippi River, at or near Clinton, Iowa, and Fulton, 111., as 
amended. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 129, 1st session.) 

H. R. 44S6, act to amend law of District of Columbia relating to forcible 
entry and detainer. Approved June 18, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 130, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 44S7, act to amend act to establish code of law for District of Columbia, 
approved Mar. 3, 1901, as further amended by act of Apr. 19, 1920 (title 
20, ch. 1, sec. 116, D. C. Code, 1951), relating to continuing decedent's 
business. Approved June 18, 1903. 1 p. (Chapter 131, 1st session.) 

H. R. 5174, act making appropriations for Treasury and Post Office Depart- 
ments, fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved June 18, 
1953.] 6 p. (Chapter 132, 1st session.) 

H. R. 3795, act to adjust salaries of officers and members of Metropolitan 
Police force, United States park police, White House police, and Fire 
Department of District of Columbia, and for other purposes. [Approved 
June 20, 1953.] 5 p. (Chapter 146, 1st session.) 

H. R. 4025, act authorizing appropriation of funds to provide for prosecution 
of projects in Columbia River Basin for flood control and other purposes. 
Approved June 22, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 147, 1st session.) 

H. R. 3307, act to provide for treatment of users of narcotics in District of 
Columbia. [Approved June 24, 1953.] 3 p. (Chapter 149, 1st session.) 

S. 2112, act to provide for transfer of price-support wheat to Pakistan. [Ap- 
proved June 25, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 150. 1st session.) 

S. 639, act to provide for abandonment of certain part of Federal project 
for Broadkill River in Delaware. Approved June 26, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 151, 1st session.) 

H. R. 1434, act to amend act of Feb. 24, 1925, incorporating American War 
Mothers. Approved June 26, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 152, 1st session.) 

H. R. 2113, act to amend act incorporating American Legion so as to redefine 
(a) powers of said corporation, (b) right to use of name The American 
Legion and American Legion. Approved June 26, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
153, 1st session.) 

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12320 
12321 



12323 
12324 

12325 



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12329 
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12334 

12335 

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12339 101 



Public laws, 83d Congress — Continued 

81. H. R. 4730, act to provide for conveyance by United States to Cincinnati, 

Ohio, of certain lands formerly owned by that city. Approved June 26, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 154, 1st session.) 

82. H. R. 2456, act to amend act of Nov. 11. 1951, authorizing the President to 

proclaim regulations for preventing collisions at sea, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved June 26, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 155, 1st session.) 

S. 1679, act to repeal certain acts relating to cooperative agricultural ex- 
tension work and to amend Smith-Lever act of May 8, 1914, to provide 
for cooperative agricultural extension work between agricultural colleges in 
the several States, Territories, and possessions receiving benefits of Act 
of Congress, approved July 2, 1862, and of acts supplementary thereto, 
and Department of Agriculture. [Approved June 26, 1953.] 3 p. (Chap- 
ter 157, 1st session.) 

H. R. 4495, act to amend Universal military training and service act, as 
amended, so as to provide for special registration, classification, and induc- 
tion of certain medical, dental, and allied specialist categories, and for 
other purposes. [Approved June 29, 1953.] 5 p. (Chapter 156, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 5312, act to provide for more effective prevention, detection, and pun- 
ishment of crime in District of Columbia. [Approved June 29, 1953.] 
19 p. (Chapter 159, 1st session.) 

H. R. 4233, act to provide for naturalization of persons serving In Armed 
Forces of United States after June 24, 1950. [Approved June 30, 1953.] 
2 p. (Chapter 162, 1st session.) 

S. J. Res. 88, joint resolution to authorize Secretary of Commerce to extend 
certain charters of vessels to citizens of Republic of Philippines, and for 
other purposes. Approved June 30, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 163, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 5069, act to prohibit introduction or movement in interstate commerce 
of articles of wearing apparel and fabrics which are so highly flammable 
as to be dangerous when worn by individuals, and for other purposes. 
[Approved June 30, 1953.] 5 p. (Chapter 164, 1st session.) 

H. R. 2347, act to permit continued exercise until 6 months after termination 
of national emergency proclaimed Dec. 16, 1950, or until such earlier 
date as may be established by concurrent resolution of Congress, of 
certain powers relating to preferences or priorities in transportation of 
traffic, under sec. 1 (15) and 420 of Interstate Commerce act. Approved 
June 30, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 165, 1st session.) 

S. 2032, act to modernize charter of Washington Gas Light Company, and 
for other purposes. [Approved June 30, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 166, 
1st session.) 

H. J. Res. 287, joint resolution making temporary appropriations, fiscal 
year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved June 30, 1953.] 3 p. 
(Chapter 167, 1st session.) 

92. S. 1839, act to amend sec. 32 of Fire and casualty act, so as to provide that 

agent or solicitor may secure license to solicit accident and health insur- 
ance in District of Columbia under that act, without taking prescribed 
examination, if he is licensed under Life insurance act. Approved June 30, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 168, 1st session.) 

93. H. R. 2313, act to continue effectivenes of act of Mar. 27, 1942, as extended, 

relating to inspection and audit of plants, books, and records of defense 
contractors, for duration of national emergency proclaimed Dec. 16, 1950 
and 6 months thereafter. Approved June 30, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 169, 
1st session.) 

S. 2103, act to amend National housing act and other laws relating to hous- 
ing. [Approved June 30, 1953. 9 p. (Chapter 170, 1st session.) 

S. 10S1, act to provide authority for temporary economic controls, and for 
other purposes. [Approved June 30, 1953.] 3 p. (Chapter 171, 1st 
session.) 

H. J. Res. 285, joint resolution to extend effectiveness of certain statutory 
provisions from July 1-Aug. 1, 1953. Approved June 30, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 172, 1st session.) 

H. R. 2557, act to amend act of Jan. 12, 1951, as amended, to continue In 
effect provisions of title 2 of First war powers act, 1941. Approved June 
30. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 173, 1st session.) 

S. 1376, act to amend sec. 503 of act to expedite provision of housing in 
connection with national defense, and for other purposes, approved Oct. 
14, 1940, as amended. Approved June 10, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 174, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 3853, act to amend title IS, United States Code, crimes and criminal 
procedure with respect to continuing effectiveness of certain statutory 
provisions until 6 months after termination of national emergency pro- 
claimed by the President on Dec. 16, 1950. [Approved June 30, 1953.] 
2 p. (Chapter 175, 1st session.) 

H. R. 4126, act to continue effectiveness of act of Dec. 2, 1952, as amended, 
and act of July 2S, 1945. relating to war-risk hazard and detention bene- 
fits, until July 1, 1954. Approved June 30, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 176, 1st 
session.) 

S. 1993, act to amend National housing act, as amended, and Servicemen's 
readjustment act of 1944, as amended, with respect to maximum interest 
rates, veterans' direct home-loan program, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved July 1, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 177, 1st session.) 



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Public laws, 83d Congress — Continued 

12340 102. H. R. 4654, act to provide for exemption from Annual sick leave act of 

1951 of certain officers in executive branch of the Government, and for 
other purposes. [Approved July 2, 1953.] 4 p. (Chapter 178, 1st 
session.) 

12341 103. H. R. 3425, act to amend act to authorize Commissioners of District of 

Columbia to appoint member of Metropolitan Police Department or member 
of Fire Department of District of Columbia as director of District Office 
of Civil Defense, and for other purposes, approved May 21, 1951. Ap- 
proved July 6, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 179, 1st session.) 

12342 104. S. 1550, act to authorize the President to prescribe occasions upon which 

uniform of any of armed forces may be worn by persons honorably dis- 
charged therefrom. Approved July 6, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 180, 1st 
session.) 

12343 105. S. 35, act to amend Federal airport act in order to provide for extension 

for limited period of program for repair and rehabilitation of public 
airports damaged bv Federal agencies, and for other purposes. [Approved 
July 8, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 181, 1st session.) 

12344 107. S. 694, act to prohibit display of flags of international organizations or 

other nations in equal or superior prominence or honor to flag of United 
States except under specified circumstances, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 9, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 183, 1st session.) 

12345 110. H. J. Res. 234, joint resolution authorizing appropriation to defray expenses 

of annual meeting of Interparliamentary Union for 1953, to be held in 
Washington, D. C. Approved July 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 186, 1st 
session.) 

111. H. R. 490, act to authorize act of Sackets Harbor Military Cemetery for 
burial of war and peacetime veterans of Armed Forces of United States. 
Approved July 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 187, 1st session.) 

112. H. R. 4978. act to repeal act of Sept. 30, 1950. authorizing transfer to Iowa 
of Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Approved July 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 188, 
1st session.) 

. R. 2582, act to amend sec. 12 of chap. 5 of act of Jnne 19, 1934, as 
amended, to regulate business of life insurance in District of Columbia. 
[Approved July 16. 1953.] 11 p. (Chapter 196, 1st session.) 

120. S. 1078, act to authorize use of certificates by officers of Armed Forces 
in connection with certain pay and allowance accounts of military and 
civilian personnel. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 197, 1st 
session.) 

121. S. 1684, act to facilitate civil service appointment of persons who lost 
opportunity therefor because of service in Armed Forces after June 30, 
1950, and to provide certain benefits upon appointment. [Approved July 
16, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 198, 1st session.) 

122. H. R. 4823, act to convey by quitclaim deed certain land to Texas. Approved 
July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 199, 1st session.) 

123. S. 1544. act to rei>eal authority to purchase discharge from Army, Navy, 
Air Force, and Marine Corps. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 

200, 1st session.) 
12353 124. S. 719, act to provide transportation on Canadian vessels between Skagway, 
Alaska, and other points in Alaska between Haines. Alaska, and other 
points in Alaska, and between Hyder, Alaska, and other points in Alaska 
or continental United States, either directly or via foreign port, or for 
any part of transportation. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 201, 
1st session.) 

125. H. R. 5898, act to extend until Dec. 31. 1953. period with respect to which 
excess profits tax shall be effective. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 202, 1st session.) 

126. S. 2000, act to authorize retirement of non-Regular officers of Army and 
Air Force having more than 30 years' active Federal service under same 
conditions presently provided for such officers having less than 30 years' 
service, and for other purposes. Approved July 16, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
203, 1st session.) 

127. H. J. Res. 294, joint resolution continuing availability of appropriations for 
Small Defense Plants Administration for July 1953. and for other pur- 
poses. Approved July 16. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 204, 1st session.) 

128. S. 1422, act to continue effect of statutory provisions relating to deposit 
of savings for members of Army and Air Force, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 219. 1st session.) 

129. S. 1529, act to amend act of July 28, 1942 (ch. 528, 56 Stat. 722), relating 
to posthumous appointments and commissions, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 220, 1st session.) 

130. S. 1995, act to provide certain construction and other authority for military 
departments in time of war or national emergency. Approved Julv 17, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 221, 1st session.) 

131. S. 2079, act to provide for use of American National Red Crossin aid of 
Armed Forces, and for other purposes. [Approved July 17, 1953.] 2 p. 
(Chapter 222, 1st session.) 

133. H. R. 4779, act to authorize adoption of report relating to seepage and 
drainage damages on Illinois River, 111. Approved July 17, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 224, 1st session.) 

134. S. 2199, act to allow States during major disasters to use or distribute cer- 
tain surplus equipment and supplies of Federal Government. Approved 
July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 225, 1st session.) 



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Public laws, 83d Congress — Continued 

12363 135. S. 1644, act to amend act of May 27, 1940 (54 Stat. 223), as amended, and 

act of Feb. 14, 1931 (46 Stat. 1111), to remove limitation upon rank of 
director of music, leader of Military Academy Band, and to remove 
limitation upon pay of leader of Naval Academy Band, and to authorize 
appointment of present leader of Navy Band to permanent grade of 
Commander in Navy. Approved July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 226, 1st 
session.) 

12364 136. H. R. 152S, act to authorize exchange of lands of Appomattox Court House 

National Historical Monument, Virginia, for non-Federal lands. Approved 
July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 227, 1st session.) 

12365 137. H. R. 4905, act to amend Atomic energy act of 1946, as amended. Approved 

July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 228, 1st session.) [Relates to long-term 
utility contracts. 1 

ATOMIC ENERGY JOINT COMMITTEE 

12366 Legislation concerning long-term utility contracts, hearings, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on H. R. 4905, Apr. 28 and June 10, 1953. 1953. ii+79 p. II. 

2 pi. 3 maps, t • Item 999 

L. C. card 53-61458 Y 4.At 7/2 : Ut 3 

HOUSE OF EEPEESENTATIVES 

12367 Antitrust laws, with amendments, 1890-1951 : 1, Sherman act : 2, Clayton 

act ; 3, Federal Trade Commission act & amendments ; 4, Export trade 
act ; 5, Banking corporations authorized to do foreign banking business ; 
6, National industrial recovery act ; 7, Price discrimination ; compiled by 
Elmer A. Lewis, superintendent Document Room, House of Represent- 
atives. 1953. vi+106 p. * Paper, 25c. • Item 998 
L. C. card 24-26651 T 1.2 : An 8/953 

12368 Major legislative actions, 83d Congress, 1st session, up to June 27, 1953 ; 

prepared by Office of Coordinator of Information. [1953.] 25 p. 4° f 
L. O. card 50-60030 Y 1.2 : L 52/953-2 

12369 Statistics of Presidential and congressional election of Nov. 4, 1952, showing 

highest vote for Presidential electors and vote cast for each nominee 
for United States Senator, Representative, Delegate, and Resident Com- 
missioner to 83d Congress, together with recapitulation thereof including 
electoral vote (corrected to May 12, 1953) ; compiled from official 
sources by Earl Rockwood. 1953. [1] +57 p. t • Item 998 
L. C. card 21-26389 Y 1.2 : El 2/952 

House bills 

Note. — The following list includes all public bills and resolutions introduced 
during the period of this catalog. Amendments are not listed. 

For information concerning bills, see (1) House calendar, (2) Congressional 
record index, or (3) Digest of public general bills prepared by the Library of 
Congress. 

Depository libraries should consult the depository shipping lists for a complete 
list of the bills and resolutions sent to them by the Superintendent of Documents. 

12370 H. R. 5935-42, 5950-60, 5969-76, 5987-90, 5996-6059, 6071-S4, 6098-6106, 

6110-39, 6153-64, 6173-S7, 6200-31, 6250-62, 6276-91, 6305-21, 6337-54, 
6371-84, 6391-6413, 6426-41, 6453-55, 6457, 6464-65, 6482-86, 6488, 6490, 
6514, and H. J. Res. 285-305, 311-312, H. Con. Res. 122-169, H. Res. 298- 
346, 83d Congress. • Item 1006 

House documents 

Note. — All House documents, entries for which are followed by a t, may be 
obtained from the House Document Room or from the issuing office. 

House document, 74th Congress. 

12371 513, v. 4. Foreign relations of United States, diplomatic papers, 1935 : v. 4, Amer- 

ican republics. 1953. Ixxxix-f988 p. ([State Dept. Publication 
4954.]) *( Available In departmental edition, cloth, ?4.00, S 1.1: 
935/V.4). 

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House document, 82d Congress. 

12372 165. River basin surveys papers, inter-agenev archeological salvage program, 

nos. 1-6. 1953. xviii + 336 p. 11. 2 pi. 56 p. of pi. map. (American 
Ethnoloffy Bureau. Bulletin 154.) •(Available in departmental edition, 
$1.75. SI 2.3: 154). 

1. Prehistory and Missouri Valley development program, summary report 

on Missouri River basin archeological survey in 1948 : by Waldo 
R. Wedel. 

2. Trehistory and Missouri Valley development program, summary report 

on Missouri River basin archeological survey in 1949: by Waldo R. 
Wedel. 

3. Woodruff Ossuary, prehistoric burial site in Phillips County, Kans. 

[with list of literature cited] : by Marvin F. Klvett. 

4. Addicks Dam site: 1. Archeological survey of Addlcks Dam basin, 

southeast Texas [with list of literature cited], by Joe Ben Wheat; 
2, Indian skeletal remains from Doering and Kobs sites, Addicks 
Reservoir, Tex. [with list of literature cited], by Marshall T. Newman. 

5. Hodges site: 1, Two rock shelters near Tucumcari. N. Mex. [with list 

of literature cited], by Herbert W. Dick ; 2, Geology of Hodges site, 
Quay County, N. Mex. [with list of literature cited], by Sheldon 
Judson. 

6. Rembert mounds. Elbert County, Ga. [with list of literature cited] ; 

by Joseph R. Caldwell. 

House documents, 83d Congress. 

12373 86. Union wages and hours, printing Industry, Julv 1, 1952 ; [prepared by John 

F. Laciskey]. [1953.] ill -4-35 p. 4° (Labor Statistics Bureau. Bulle- 
tin 1134.) '(Available in departmental edition. 20c, L2.3 : 1134.) 

12374 193. Yugoslav emergency relief assistance program, letter from Secretary of State 

transmitting 9th report to Congress on administration of Yugoslav emer- 
gency relief assistance program, Dec. 16, 1953-Mar. 15, 1953. June 23, 

1953. 2 p. t •• Item 996 

12375 194. Proposed supplemental appropriations for District of Columbia, fiscal year 

1953 and prior years. June 25, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12376 195. Proposed supplemental appropriations for Department of Interior, fiscal year 

1954. June 25, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12377 196. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Treasury Department, fiscal year 

1954. June 25, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12378 197. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Commission on Government Organ- 

ization and Operations, fiscal year 1954. June 25, 1953. 2 p. f 
• Item 996 

12379 198. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Department of Labor, fiscal year 

1954. June 25. 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12380 199. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Commission on Foreign Economic 

Policy, fiscal year 1954. June 25, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12381 200. Proposed supplemental appropriation for funds appropriated to the President, 

fiscal year 1954. June 25, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12382 201. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Department of State, fiscal year 

1954. June 26, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12383 202. Authority to utilize agricultural commodities, message from President of 

United States transmitting recommendations for legislation which would 
give authority to utilize agricultural commodities held by this Govern- 
ment to meet needs arising from famine or other urgent relief requirements. 
June 30, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12384 205. Inclusion of escape clauses in existing trade agreements, report [prepared by 

Interdepartmental Committee on Trade Agreements]. July 9, 1953. 
2 p. t • Item 996 

12385 208. Proposed supplemental appropriation for Agriculture Department, fiscal 

year 1954. July 15, 1953. 3 p. f • Item 996 

12386 209. Estimates of appropriation to carry out purposes of mutual security act of 

1953, fiscal year 1954. July 16, 1953. 5 p. t • Hem 996 

House reports 



House reports, 83d Congress, t House Document Room, Capitol. • Item 
1008 (No 688 is sold by Superintendent of Documents.) 

635. Consideration of H. R. 5728. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 298. June 23. 1953. 1 p. 

636. Consideration of S. 1376. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 299. June 23, 1953. 1 p. 

638. To quitclaim Interest of United States to certain land in Placer County, Calif. 

Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 127. June 23, 1953. 3 p. 

639. Certain cases in which Attorney General has suspended deportation. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. Con. Res. 26. June 23, 
1953. 2 p. 

640. Certain cases in which Attorney General has suspended deportation. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. Con. Res. 33. June 25, 
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House reports, 83<J Congress — Continued 

641. Inquiring into effect on weather of certain atomic-bomb explosions. Adverse 

report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. Res. 280. 
June 23, 1953. 1 p. 

642. Authorizing use of certificates by officers of Armed Forces. Report from 

Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 1078. June 23, 1953. 4 p. 

643. Removing limitations on rank of leaders of Military and Naval Academy 

Bands. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 1644. 
June 23, 1953. 5 p. 

644. Authorizing Secretaries of Army, Navy, and Air Force to publish official 

registers. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 
2272. June 23, 1953. 4 p. 

645. Authorizing sale of Army, Navy, and Air Force stores at military establish- 

ments to civilian employees of Government. Report from Committee on 
Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5258. June 23, 1953. 4 p. 

646. Inquiring into effect on weather of certain atomic-bomb explosions. Adverse 

report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. Res. 279. 
June 23, 1953. 2 p. " 

647. Inquiring into effect on weather of certain atomic-bomb explosions. Adverse 

report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. Res. 281. June 
23, 1953. 1 p. 

648. Inquiring into effect on weather of certain atomic-bomb explosions. Adverse 

reports from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. Res. 282. 
June 23, 1953. 2 p. 

649. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposition 
of Executive Papers. June 24, 1953. 2 p. 

Disapproving Reorganization plan no. 6 of 1953. Report to accompany 
H. Res. 295, Committee on Government Operations. 1953. ii+6 p. 
[Includes Statement of views of George Meader.] 

Housing amendments of 1953. Report from Committee on Banking and 
Currency to accompany H. R. 5667. June 24, 1953. 31 p. 

654. Fred P. Hines. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 152. 

June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

655. Willard L. Gleeson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. Res. 284. June 25, 1953. 38 p. 

656. Charles R. Logan. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

4175. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

657. Paul D. Banning and others. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 5210. June 25, 1953. 11 p. 

658. Further amending act of July 3, 1943 (ch. 1S9, 57 Stat. 372). Report from 

Committee ou Judiciary to accompany H. R. 2977. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

659. Jurisdiction of district court in suits to recover taxes. Report from 

Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 252. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

660. State of California. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3191. June 25, 1953. 7 p. 

661. Space in Veterans' Administration installations. Report from Committee 

on Veterans' Affairs to accompany H. R. 3685. June 25, 1953. 4 p. 

662. Venue in suits to recover taxes. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 4401. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

663. Coverage of ROTC members under Servicemen's indemnity act of 1951. Re- 

port from Committee on Veterans' Affairs to accompany H. R. 5314. June 
25, 1953. 7 p. 

664. Automatic renewal of term insurance. Report from Committee on Veter- 

ans' Affairs to accompany H. R. 5705. June 25, 1953. 7 p. 

665. Authorizing the President to prescribe occasions upon which uniform of 

Armed Forces may be worn. Conference report to accompany S. 1550. 
June 25, 1953. 2 p. 

666. Refund of certain insurance premiums. Report from Committee on Veter- 

ans' Affairs to accompany H. R. 5773. June 25, 1953. 3 p. 

667. Ralph S. Pearman and others. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 4919. June 25, 1953. 2 p. 

668. Mailing of educational films and related material at book rates. Report 

from Committee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany S. 971. 
June 25, 1953. 6 p. 

669. Dr. Dudley A. Reekie. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 975. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

670. Arthur Oppenheimer, Jr., and Mrs. Jane Oppenheimer. Report from Com- 

mittee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1329. June 25, 1953. 9 p. 

671. City and county of Denver, Colo. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. R. 2750. June 25, 1953. 3 p. 

672. Reviving and reenacting International Bridge Authority of Michigan con- 

cerning bridge across St. Marys River. Report from Committee on For- 
eign Affairs to accompany H. R. 4302. June 25, 1953. 2 p. 

673. Creating commission to be known as Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commis- 

sion. Report from Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. R. 
4167. June 25, 1953. 4 p. 

674. Consideration of H. R. 5667. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 304. June 25, 1953. 1 p. 

675. Providing for admission of Alaska into the Union. Report from Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2982. June 26, 1953. 
25 p. 

676. Long-term utility contracts. Report from Joint Committee on Atomic En- 

ergy to accompany H. R. 4905. June 26, 1953. 5 p. 



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677. Extension of certain provisions of Emergency powers continuation act. 
Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 285 June 
26, 1953. 7 p. 

678. Providing certain industrial construction and other authority for military 
departments during current emergency and for 6 months thereafter. Re- 
port from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5508. June 
26, 1953. 5 p. 

679. Consideration of H. R. 5899. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 306. June 27, 1953. 1 p. 

680. Department of Defense appropriation bill, 1954. Report from Committee 
on Appropriations to accompany H. R. 5969. June 27, 1953. 64 p. 

681. Temporary appropriations. 1954. Report from Committee on Appropriations 
to accompany H. J. Res. 287. June 27, 1953. 1 p. 

682. Inquiring into effect on weather of certain atomic-bomb explosions. Adverse 
report from Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accom- 
pany H. Res. 283. June 27, 1953. 2 p. 

Giving Department of Commerce authority to extend certain charters of 
vessels to citizens of Republic of the Philippines. Report from Com- 
mittee on Foreign Affairs to accompany S. J. Res. 88. June 27, 1953. 
3 p. 
684, 2 pts. Amending sec. 303 of Budget and accounting act, 1921. Report and 
additional views from Committee on Government Operations to accompany 
H. R. 5228 [Relates to annuities for retired comptrollers general.] 
[pt. 1.] Report. June 27, 1953. 4 p. [Includes additional views ol 

Clare E. Hoffman.) 
pt. 2. Additional views [of R. Walter Riehlman and others]. July 1, 
1953. 6 p. 

Amending sec. 6 of chap. 786 of act of June 6, 1900, making further pro- 
vision for civil government for Alaska, and for other purposes (31 Stat. 
323, title 48, sec. 108, D. S. C). Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1568. June 29, 1953. 5 p. [H. R. 
1568 authorizes appointment of deputy commissioners by judges of District 
Courts.] 

Amending act July 31, 1947 (61 Stat. 681). Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 334. June 29, 1953. 
6 p. [H. R. 334 relates to sand, common stone, gravel, and cinders on 
public lands.] 

Consideration of H. R. 5969. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 310. June 29, 1953. 1 p. 
688. Current conditions of lead and zinc mining industry of United States, pre- 
liminary report [from] Select Committee on Small Business, pursuant 
to H. Res. 22. 1953. v + 13 p. * Paper, 10c. 
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Providing for perfecting title of C. A. Lundy to certain lands in California 
heretofore patented by United States. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2779. June 30, 1953. 4 p. 

690. Reimbursement to public agencies for damage to public airports by Federal 
agencies. Conference report to accompany S. 35. June 30. 1953. 5 p. 

691. Providing for conveyance of certain lands within Santa Fe National Forest, 
N. Mex. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany II. R. 3956. June 30, 1953. 3 p. 

692. Housing amendments of 1953. Conference report to accompany S. 2103. 
June 30, 1953. 16 p. 

693. Operation and maintenance of Nogales sanitation project. Report from 
Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. R. 2972. June 30, 1953. 



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694. Defense production act amendments of 1953. 
pany S. 1081. June 30, 1953. 7 p. 

695. Declaring establishment of Court of Claims as constitutional court, 
from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1070. June 30, 1953. 
12 p. 

696. Consideration of H. R. 116. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 313. July 1, 1953. 1 p. 

697. Amending Joint resolution creating Niagara Falls Bridge Commission. Re- 
port from Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. J. Res. 2->3. July 

1; 1953. 4 p. 

698. Validating certain conveyances heretofore made by Central Pacific Railway 

Co., corporation, and its lessee. Southern Pacific Co., corporation involving 
certain portions of right-of-way, in county of Alameda, California, ac- 
quired by Central Pacific Railway Co. under act of Congress approved 
July 1, 1862 (12 Stat. L. 4S9), as amended by act of Congress approved 
July 2, 1864 (13 Stat. L. 356). Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4047. July 1. 1953. 4 p. 

699. Ralston, Edward Harry. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3350. July 1, 1953. 14 p. [Includes minority views of Mr. 
Curtis.] 

700. Consideration of H. R. 5407. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 314. July 1, 1953. 1 p. 

701. Farm credit act of 1953. Report from Committee on Agriculture to accom- 

pany H. R. 4353. July 2, 1953. 19 p. 

702. School construction assistance in Federally affected areas. Report from 

Committee on Education and Labor to accompany H. R. 6049. July 3, 
1953. 29 p. [Includes individual views signed by Adam Clayton 
Powell, jr.] 



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703. Operating expenses of school districts affected by Federal activities. Re- 

port from Committee on Education and Labor to accompany H. R. 6078. 
July 3, 1953. 37 p. [Includes individual views signed by Adam Clayton 
Powell, jr.] 

704. Educational activities of Federal agencies. Report from Committee on 

Education and Labor to accompany H. R. 5691. July 3, 1953. 2 p. 

705. Continuation of emergency powers relating to military traffic. Report from 

Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 1981. 
July 6, 1953. 7 p. 

706. Amending sec. 502 (1) and 507 of Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act in 

order to identify drug known as aureomycin by its chemical name, 
chlortetracycline. Report from Committee on Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce to accompany H. R. 5016. July 6, 1953. 3 p. 

707. Consideration of H. R. 5173. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 316. July 6, 1953. 1 p. 

708. Amending Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act so as to protect public 

health and welfare by providing certain authority for factory inspection. 
Report from Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accom- 
pany H. R. 5740. July 6, 1953. 33 p. [Includes minority report.] 

709. J. Don Alexander. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

5945. July 7, 1953. 9 p. 

710. Gattas E. Maloof. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

5950. July 7, 1953. 11 p. 

711. Consideration of H. R. 6078. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 317. July 7, 1953. 1 p. 

712. Consideration of H. R. 6049. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 318. July 7, 1953. 1 p. 

713. Preserving scenic beauty of Nigara Falls and River, authorizing construc- 

tion of certain works of improvement on that river for power purposes, 
and furthering interests of national security by authorizing prompt de- 
velopment of such works of improvement for power purposes. Report 
from Committee on Public Works to accompany H. R. 4351. July 7, 1953. 
22 p. [Includes digest of opposition views on subject of Niagara power 
development project.] 

714. Disaster relief. Report from Committee on Agriculture to accompany H. R. 

6054. July 7, 1953. 8 p. 

715. Extending benefits of certain provisions of Reclamation project act of 1939 

to Arch Hurley Conservancy District, Tucumcari reclamation project, 
N. Mex. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 4153. July 8, 1953. 5 p. 

716. Providing for continuance of civil government for Trust Territory of Pacific 

Islands. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany S. J. Res. 6. July 8, 1953. 5 p. [S. J. Res. 6, as here re- 
ported provides that the Island Trading Co. of Micronesia shall not have 
succession after Dec. 31, 1954.] 

717. Consideration of H. R. 4351. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 322. July 8, 1953. 1 p. 

718. Anastasia John Tsamisis. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 67. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

719. Dr. Peter C. T. Kao. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 69. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

720. Hanni Marie Matuschke. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 143. July 8, 1953. 2 p. 

721. Alejandro de la Cruz Hernandez. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 196. July 8, 1953. 5 p. 

722. Che Kil Bok. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 486. 

July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

723. Marinella Taletti. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 556. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

724. Altoon Saprichian. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 615. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

725. Helene Olga Iwasenko. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 669. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

726. Steven M. Pivnicki. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 815. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

727. Kim Jung Soo. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

684. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

728. Helga G. Jordan and her son. Report from Committee on Judiciary to ac- 

company H. R. 728. July 8, 1953. 2 p. 

729. Demetrious Konstantno Papanicolaou. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. R. 824. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

730. Michael Demcheshen. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 965. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

731. Antonino Cangialosi (or Anthony Consola). Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1148. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

732. Dr. Soon Tai Ryang. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 1339. July 8, 1953. 7 p. 

733. Helena Shostenko. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 1795. July 8, 1953. 7 p. 

734. Rose Maria Gradelone Callcchio. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 2029. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

735. Mrs. Michaiine Borzecka. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2035. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 



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12485 736. Carmeln Dalno Davenia. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2603. July 8. 1953. 3 p. 

12486 737. Endre Szende, Zsuzsanna Szende, Katalin Szende, and Maria Szende. Re- 

port from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 2774. July 8. 
1953. 3 p. 

12487 738. Wera Fazio. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2785. July 8. 1953. 3 p. 

12488 739. David Zorub. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2801. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

12489 740. Fiftieth anniversary year of Farm Demonstration Work. Report from Com- 

mittee on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 161. July 8, 1953. 3 p. 

12490 741. Consideration of H. R. 6054. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 235. July 8, 1953. 1 p. 

12491 742. Amending sec. 39 of Trading with the enemy act of Oct. 6, 1917, with respect 

to deposit of certain funds into war claims fund. Report from Committee 
on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 5741. July 8, 
1953. 14 p. [Includes additional views of Carl Hinshaw and others, 
and separate statement signed by John W. Heselton.] 

12492 743. Excess profits tax. Report from Committee on Ways and Means to accom- 

pany H. R. 5898. July 8, 1953. 7 p. [Includes minority views.] 

12493 744. Ruth Irene Ledermann. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3006. July 9, 1953. 5 p. 

12494 745. William Urban Maloney. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3046. July 9, 1953. 5 p. 

12495 765. Repeal of tax on admissions to motion pictures. Report from Committee 

on Wavs and Means to accompany H. R. 157. July 10, 1953. 3 p. 

12496 746. Hiroki Hollopeter. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3268. July 9. 1953. 5 p. 

12497 747. Dr. Hamdl Akar. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3396. July 9, 1953. 2 p. 

12498 748. Wolrlemar .Taskowskv. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3749. July 9. 1953. 5 p. 

12499 749. Manfred Singer. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

4056. July 9, 1953. 3 p. 

12500 750. Mrs. Edith D. Williamson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 4328. July 9. 1953. 4 p. 

12501 751. Ingrid Blrgitta Maria Colwell (nee Friberg). Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 4SS6. July 9. 1953. 6 p. 

12502 752. Irene Andrews. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

5486. July 9. 1953. 7 p. 

12503 753. Change nnme of Anpomattox Court House National Historical Monument 

to Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. Report from 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4024. 
July 9. 1953. 2 p. 

12504 754. Authorizing appropriation of additional funds to complete International 

Peace Garden. N. Dak. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs to accompany H. R. 3986. July 9, 1953. 4 p. 

12505 755. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to grant easements for rights-of-way 

through, over, and tinder parkway land along line of Chesapeake and Ohio 
Canal and to authorize exchange of lands with other Federal departments 
and agencies. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
to accompany H. R. 5804. July 9. 1953. 5 p. 

12506 756. Authorizing loan of 2 submarines to Government of Italy and small aircraft 

carrier to Government of France. Renort from Committee on Armed 
Services to accompany S. 2277. July 9. 1953. 4 p. 

12507 757. Consideration of H. R. 5*9*. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 236. July 9. 1953. 1 p. 

12508 758, 2 pts. Amending Railroad retirement act of 1937 so as to eliminate reduc- 

tions of annuities and pensions in certain cases. Report and minority 
views from Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany 
H. R. 356. 

[pt. 1.] Report. July 9, 1953. 13 p. 

pt. 2. Minority views. July 13, 1953. 26 p. [Includes dissenting views 
of Robert Hale.] 

12509 759. Lovalty Dav. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 

118. July 9, 1953. 2 p. 

12510 760. Customs simplification act of 1953. Report from Committee on Ways and 

Means to accomoany H. R. 5877. July 9, 1953. 48 p. 
L. C. card 53-61671 

12511 761. Consideration of H. R. 5S77. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 327. July 10, 1953. 1 p. 

12512 763. Small Defense Plants Administration. Report from Committee on Appro- 

priations to accompany H. J. Res. 294. July 10, 1953. 1 p. 

12513 762. Supplemental appropriation hill. 1954. Report from Committee on Appro- 

priations to accompany H. R. 6200. July 10, 1953. 47 p. 

12514 764. Amending mineral leasing laws with respect to their application In case of 

pipelines through public domain. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 5664. July 10, 1953. i p. 

12515 766. Consideration of H. R. 4353. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 328. July 10. 1953. 1 p. 

12516 767. Consideration of H. R. 5740. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 329. July 10, 1953. 1 p. 



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House reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

768. Expressing sense of Congress that Chinese Communists are not entitled to and 
should not be recognized to represent China In United Nations. Report 
from Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. Con. Res. 129. July 
10, 1953. 4 p. 

767. Emergency assistance to farmers and stockmen. Conference report to accom- 
pany H. R. 6054. July 10, 1953. 6 p. 

770. Mutual security act of 1953. Conference report to accompany H. R. 5710. 
July 10, 1953. 21 p. 

769. Emergem-y assistance to farmers and stockmen. Conference report to accom- 
pany H. Res. 330. July 13, 1953. 1 p. 

772. Consideration of H. R. 157. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 331. July 13, 1951. 1 p. 

773. Creating special committee to conduct full and complete investigation and 
study of educational and philanthropic foundations and other comparable 
organizations which are exempt from Federal income taxation. Report 
from Committee on Rules to accompany H. Res. 217. July 13, 1953. 1 p. 

774. Permitting free entry of articles imported from foreign countries for purpose 
of exhibition at Washington State Third International Trade Fair, Seattle, 
Wash. Report from Committee on Ways and Means to accompany H. J. 
Res. 293. July 13, 1953. 2 p. 

Eliminating certain discriminatory legislation against Indians In United 
States. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 1055. July 13, 1953, 3 p. 

12525 776. Consideration of H. R. 356. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 336. July 13, 1953. 1 p. 

12526 777. Amendment of Trade agreements extension act of 1951. Report from Com- 

mittee on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 5894. July 13, 1953. 29 p. 
[Includes minority views.] 

12527 778. Sullivan Construction Co. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 806. July 14, 1953. 6 p. 

12528 779. Golda I. Stegner. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1130. July 14, 1953. 7 p. 

12529 780. Frank M. Hill Machine Co., Inc. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 1689. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12530 781. Mrs. Dorothy J. Williams. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 5093. July 14, 1953. 5 p. 

12531 782. Authorizing advancement of certain lieutenants on retired list of Navy. 

Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5416. 
July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12532 783. Authorizing conveyance for public school purposes of certain Federal land 

in Gettysburg National Military Park. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 630. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12533 784. Providing for use of tribal funds of Ute Mountain Tribe of Ute Mountain 

Reservation, to authorize per capita payment out of such funds. Report 
from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 5328. 
July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12534 785. Amend Army-Navy Medical Services Corps act of 1947. Report from Com- 

mittee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5509. July 14, 1953. 6 p. 
[Relates to percentum of colonels in Medical Service Corps, Regular Army.] 

12535 786. Wheat marketing quotas. Conference report to accompany H. R. 5451. 

July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12536 788. Anna Solenniani. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 385. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12537 7S9. Dr. Jacob Grlffel. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 781. 

July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12538 790. Leong Walk Hong. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 1791. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12539 791. Favoring granting of status of permanent residence to certain aliens. 

Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. Con. Res. 34. 
July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12540 792. Mrs. Fumiko Sawai Skovran. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 723. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12541 793. Francoise Bresnahan. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 752. July 14, 1953. 5 p. 

12542 794. Wolodymyr Hirniak. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 907. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12543 795. Luigi Lotito. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

917. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12544 796. Jekalis Lenbergs. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

953. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12545 797. Gerda Goerauch. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1124. July 14, 1953. 5 p. 

12546 798. Cornelio and Lucia Tequillo. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 1160. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12547 799. Dr. Mareelino J. Avecilla and Dr. Teodora A. Fidelino-Avecllla. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1358. July 14, 1953. 
3 p. 

12548 S00. Mrs. Hermine Lamb. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 1496. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12549 801. Mrs. Gisela Walter Sizemore. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 1649. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 
12o50 802. Setsuko Motohara Klbler. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany H. R. 1674. July 14, 1953. 5 p. 



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12551 803. Cyril Claude Andersen, Patricia Andersen Hill, and Thelma Andersen 

McNeill. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. K. 2162. 
July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12552 S04. Ezbieta Grzymkowska Jarosz. Report from Committee ou Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 2602. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12553 805. Maria Teresa Ortega Perez. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2622. July 14. 1953. 2 p. 

12554 806. Jose M. Thomas-Sanchez, Adela Duran Cuevas de Thomasa, and Jose Maria 

Thomasa Duran. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 2623. July 14. 1953. 2 p. 

12555 807. Mrs. Helen Gertrude Honanno (nee Koubek). Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 372S. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12556 808. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposition 

of Executive Papers. July 15. 1953. 2 p. 

12557 809. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposition 

of Executive Papers. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12558 810. Authorizing California to collect tolls for use of certain highway crossings 

across Bay of San Francisco. Report from Committee ou Public Works 
to accompany H. R. 6201. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12559 811. Lee Slg Cheu. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2633. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12560 812. Sister Anna Ettl. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2650. July 15. 1953. 3 p. 

12561 813. Charles Sabah. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3005. July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12562 814. Stephania Zlegler (Sister Benitia), Anna Hagel (Sister Clara, and Theresia 

Tuppinger (Sister Romana). Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. R. 3035. July 15. 1953. 2 p. 

12563 815. Mrs. Ursula Eichner Clawges. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 3228. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12564 816. Ruth Rumiko Fukano. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3235. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12565 817. Constantin and Lucia (Bercescu) Turcano. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 3236. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12566 SIS. Ernst Sbaschnik. sr. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3255. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12567 819. Peter P. S. Ching. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3281. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12568 820. Turiko Akimoto. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3360. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12569 821. Eiko Tanaka. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3390. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12570 822. Jalal Rashtian. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3455. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12571 823. Josef Ablassmeler. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3526. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12572 824. Aneta Popa. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 4254. 

July 15, 1953. 6 p. 

12573 825. Antonio Bruno. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

3828. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12574 826. John Abraham and Ann Abraham. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 4439. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12575 827. Edith Maria Gore. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

4577. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12576 828. Lee Tim Quon. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

4707. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12577 829. John Jeremiah Botelho. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 4972. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12578 830. Max Kassner. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

5195. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12579 831. Selim (Robert) Salloum. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 5268. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12580 832. George Michael Jabour. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 5887. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12581 833. Eveline Brigitte Bartl (Eveline B. Hermann). Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 5951. July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12582 834. Directing conveyance of certain property to Rupert, Idaho. Report from 

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 122. July 15, 
1953. 4 p. 

12583 835. Amending act relating to appropriations for construction by Secretary of 

Interior of Eklutna project, Alaska. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2097. July 15, 1953. 8 p. 

12584 836. Providing certificate or decree of competency for United States Indians in 

certain cases. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany H. R. 4985. July 15, 1953. 12 p. 

12585 837. Consolidating Parker Dam power project and Davis Dam project. Report 

from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 3598. 
July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12586 838. Requesting Secretary of Interior to negotiate fair and just settlement with 

Crow Tribe of Indians for use of tribal property in construction of Hardin 
project. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. Res. 315. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 



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House reports, S3d Congress — Continued 

12587 839. Amending see. 47c of National defense act. Report from Committee on 

Armed Services to accompany H. It. 6039. July 15, 1953. 5 p. [Relates 
to conferring of credit for training in schools operated under Army 55c 
program.] 

12588 840. Relating to mining claims located on land with respect to which permit or 

lease has been issued, or application or offer for permit or lease has been 
made, under mineral leasing laws, or known to be valuable for minerals 
subject to disposition under mineral leasing laws. Report from Commit- 
tee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 6217. July 15, 
1953. 7 p. 

12589 841. Expressing sense of Congress that certain tribes of Indians should be freed 

from Federal supervision. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. Con. Res. 108. July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12590 842. Providing for conveyance of certain land to Olkahoma for use and benefit 

of Eastern Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College at Wilburton, 
Okla. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 1797. July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12591 843, 2 pts. Establishment of Foreign Operations Administration (Reorganization 

plan no. 7 of 1953) . Report and additional views of George Header [from] 
Committee on Government Operations to accompany H. Res. 261. 
L. C. card 53-61775 
[pt. 1.] Report. 1953. 11 + 18 p. 
pt. 2. Additional views of George Header. July 16, 1953. 14 p. 

12592 844, 2 pts. Establishing United States Information Agency (Reorganization plan 

no. 8 of 1953). Report and additional views of George Header [from] 
Committee on Government Operations to accompany H. Res. 262. 
L. C. card 53-61774 
[pt. 1.] Report. 1953. ii + 5 p. 
pt. 2. Additional views of George Header. July 16, 1953. 4 p. 

12593 845. Providing for orderly transaction of public business in event of death, inca- 

pacity, or separation from office of disbursing officer of military depart- 
ment. Report [from] Committee on Government Operations to accompany 
H. R. 6117. 1953. ii + 4 p. 

12594 846. Retirement for Tax Court judges. Report from Committee on Ways and 

Heans to accompany H. R. 5256. July 15, 1953. 11 p. 

12595 847. Authorizing gift of surgical equipment and expression of good will from 

people of United States to people of Republic of Panama. Report from 
Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. R. 6155. July 16, 1953. 
2 p. 

12596 848. Amending title 18, United States code, entitled Crimes and criminal proce- 

dure, with respect to State jurisdiction over offenses committed by or 
against Indians in Indian country, and to confer on California civil juris- 
diction over Indians in the State. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1063. July 16, 1953. 10 p. 
[Committee amended H. R. 1063 by substitute. The bill, as passed by 
House, confers jurisdiction on California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, 
and Wisconsin, with respect to criminal offenses and civil causes of action 
committed or arising on Indian reservations within such States, and for 
other purposes.] 

12597 849. Preference accorded in Federal employment to veterans. Report from Com- 

mittee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany H. R. 6185. July 
16, 1953. 7 p. 

12598 850. Impounding of mail in certain cases. Report from Committee on Post Office 

and Civil Service to accompany H. R. 569. July 16, 1953. 4 p. 

12599 851. Authorizing study entitled permit Communist conspirators to be teachers? 

and related statement by members of Association of American Universities 
to be printed as House document. Report from Committee on House 
Administration to accompany H. Res. 201. July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

12600 852. Authorizing printing of additional copies of publication entitled Soviet 

schedule for war, 1955, for use of Committee on Un-American Activities. 
Report from Committee on House Administration to accompany H. Res. 
312. July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

12601 854. Providing for publication of article, How your laws are made, [by Charles J. 

Zinn], as House document. Report from Committee on House Adminis- 
tration to accompany H. Res. 251. July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

12602 855. Effective date of retirement for disability of members of uniformed services. 

Report from Committee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany 
H. R. 2465. July 16, 1953. 4 p. 

12603 856. Printing and mailing of certain publications at other than places of publica- 

tion. Report from Committee on Post Office and Civil Service to accom- 
pany H. R. 5379. July 16, 1953. 3 p. 

12604 857. Hilitary supply management. 3d intermediate report of Committee on 

Government Operations. 1953. v+55 p. [Corrected print. Includes 
additional views signed by Clare E. Hoffman.] 
L. C. card 53-61752 

12605 858. Extending certain narcotic drug provisions to Trust Territory of Pacific 

Islands. Report from Committee on Ways and Heans to accompany 
H. R. 5257. July 16, 1953. 3 p. 

12606 859. Morphine and cocaine produced by chemical synthesis. Report from Com- 

mittee on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 5561. July 16, 1953. 12 p. 

12607 860. Renegotiation act of 1951. Report from Committee on Ways and Means to 

accompany H. R. 6287. July 16, 1953. 6 p. 



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House reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

861. One-year extension of income-tax exemption for members of Armed Forces 

serving in combat zones. Report from Committee on Ways and Means to 
accompany H. R. 4152. July 16, 1953. 2 p. 

862. Providing for payment of 6 months' salary and $330 funeral expenses to Eva 

Bush, sister of Walter Puckett, late employee of House of Representatives. 
Report from Committee on House Administration to accompany H. Res. 
260. July 17, 1953. 1 p. 

863. Authorizing clerk of House to pay salaries and funeral expenses of deceased 

employees. Report from House Administration Committee to accompany 
H. Res. 340. July 17, 1953. 1 p. 

864. Providing for reappointment of Robert V. Fleming as citizen regent of 

board of regents of Smithsonian Institution. Report from Committee 
on House Administration to accompany S. J. Res. 82. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 

865. Authorizing erection of memorial to Sara Louisa Rittenhouse in Montrose 

Park, D. C. Report from Committee on House Administration to accom- 
pany S. J. Res. 37. July 17, 1953. 1 p. 

866. Providing for appointment of Owen Josephus Roberts as member of board 

of regents of Smithsonian Institution. Report from Committee on House 
Administration to accompany S. J. Res. 83. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 

867. Providing chapel facilities for Members of Congress. Report from Com- 

mittee on House Administration to accompany H. Con. Res. 60. July 17, 
1953. 1 p. 

868. Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce appropriation act, 1954. 

Conference report to accompany H. R. 4974. July 17, 1953. 6 p. 

869. Fiscal analysis of international operations of United States for fiscal years 

1952, 1953, and 1954. 4th intermediate report of Committee on Govern- 
ment Operations. 1933. iii + 10 p. [Corrected print. 1st print reads 
Third intermediate report.] 

L. C. card 53-61751 

870. Transferring maintenance and operation of hospital and health facilities for 

Indians to Public Health Service. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 303. July 17, 1953. 16 p. 

871. Conveyance of land to school district. Report from Committee on Agricul- 

ture to accompany H. R. 4017. July 17, 1953. 2 p. [Relates to England 
Special School District, Arkansas.] 

872. Transfer of land to Marine Corps Air Station. Report from Committee on 

Agriculture to accompany H. R. 2458. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 

873. Land transfer to University of California. Report from Committee on 

Agriculture to accompany H. R. 3097. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 

874. Cotton field station transfer to North Carolina. Report from Committee 

on Agriculture to accompany H. R. 5SS8. July 17, 1953. 3 p. 

875. Amending Public building act of 1949 to authorize administrator of general 

services to acquire title to real property and to provide for construction 
of certain public buildings thereon by executing purchase contracts, to 
extend authority of Postmaster General to lease quarters for post office 
purposes. Report from Committee on Public Works to accompany H. R. 
6342. July 17, 1953. 12 p. 

876. Suspension for 2 years, duty on crude bauxite. Report from Committee 

on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 222. July 17, 1953. 3 JJ. 

877. Unemployment insurance coverage for seamen employed on certain vessels 

operated by United States. Report from Committee on Ways and Means to 

878. Suspension of duties on crude aluminum. Report from Committee on Ways 

accompany H. R. 5303. July 17, 1053. 4 p. 

and Means to accompany H. R. 5534. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 

879. One-year extension of suspension of duties on metal scrap. Report from 

Committee on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 5148. July 17, 1953. 
4 p. [H. R. 5148 excludes zinc scrap from suspension unless under 
contract prior to July 1. 1953.] 

880. Mutual security appropriation bill. 1954. Report from Committee on Appro- 

priations to accompany H. R. 6391. July 18, 1953. 13 p. 

881. 1st independent offices appropriation act, 1954. Conference report to ac- 

company H. R. 4663. July 18, 1953. 12 p. 

882. 2d independent offices appropriations act. 1954. Conference report to ac- 

company H. R. 5690. July 18, 1953. 5 p. 

883. Authorizing Committee on Judiciary to make investigation of all claims 

arising out of explosions at Texas City, Tex., on Apr. 16 and 17, 1947. 
Report from Committee on Rules to accompany H. Res. 290. July 20, 

1953. 1 p. 

884. Exemption from limitation on dual compensation of certain commissioned 

officers retired for disability. Report from Committee on Post Office and 
Civil Service to accompany H. R. 5959. July 20, 1953. 2 p. 

886. Consideration of H. R. G287. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 345. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 

887. Clarence D. Newlnnd. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2032. July 20, 1953. 11 p. 

888. Sale of Basalt. Colo., property. Report from Committee on Agriculture to 

accompany H. R. 3107. July 20, 1953. 2 p. 

889. Civil functions appropriations bill, 1954. Conference report to accompany 

H. R. 5376. July 20. 1953. 10 p. 

890. Consideration of H. R. 5894. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 347. July 21, 1953. 1 p. 

891. Fort Buford site transfer to North Dakota. Report from Committee on 

Agriculture to accompany H. R. 107. July 21, 1953. 3 p. 



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12638 892. Federal construction contract act. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 1825. July 21, 1953. 8 p. 
12039 893. Amendment to International wheat agreement act of 1949. Report from 

Committee on Banking and Currency to accompany S. J. Res. 97. July 

21, 1953. 7 p. 

12640 894. Technical changes act of 1953. Report of Committee on Ways and Means 

to accompany H. R. 6426. 1953. iv + 24 p. 

12641 895. Authorizing and directing commissioner of public lands of Hawaii to issue 

right-of-purchase lease to Edward C. Searle. Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2885. July 22, 1953. 3 p. 

12642 896. Granting consent of Congress to negotiation by Nebraska, Wyoming, and 

South Dakota of certain compacts with respect to use of waters common 
to 2 or more of said States. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1197. July 22, 1953. 2 p. 

12643 897. Granting consent of Congress to negotiation of compact relating to estab- 

lishment of bi-State park and/or recreational area by Kentucky and Vir- 
ginia. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. J. Res. 268. July 22, 1953. 2 p. 

12644 899. Amending Natural gas act. Report from Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce to acompany H. R. 5976. July 22, 1953. 15 p. 

12645 900. Department of Agriculture appropriation bill, 1954. Conference report to 

accompany H. R. 5227. July 22, 1953. 8 p. 

12646 903. Creating select committee to conduct investigation and study of seizure of 

Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia by Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 
and other circumstances which led to incorporation of those countries 
into Soviet Union. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany H. Res. 
346. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 

12647 904. Exemption for church missions under Public law 550, 82d Congress. Report 

from Committee on Veterans Affairs to accompany S. 631. July 23, 1953. 
5 p. 

12648 906. Providing for admission to St. Elizabeths Hospital of certain United States 

citizens adjudged insane in foreign countries. Report from Committee 
on Education and Labor to accompany H. R. 304. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12649 907. Authorizing lending operations by Klamath Indians. Report from Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 5715. July 23, 1953. 
5 p. 

12650 909. Outpatient dental care for certain veterans. Report from Committee on 

Veterans Affairs to accompany H. R. 6412. July 23, 1953. 4 p. 

12651 910. Amending Communications act of 1934, as amended. Report from Committee 

on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 6436. July 23, 
1953. 9 p. [Relates to jurisdictional status of certain telephone and 
telegraph companies.] 

12652 911. Amending act to provide that Board of Education of District of Columbia 

shall have sole authority to regulate vacation periods and annual leave 
of absence of certain school officers and employees of Board of Education 
of District of Columhia, approved Mar. 5. 1952. Report from Committee 
on District of Columbia to accompany S. 1945. July 23, 1953. 2 p. 

12653 912. Amending District of Columbia teachers' leave act of 1949. Report from 

Committee on District of Columbia to accompany S. 1393. July 23, 1953. 
2 p. 

12654 913. Amending District of Columbia credit unions act. Report from Committee 

on District of Columbia to accompany S. 873. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12655 914. Increasing salaries of employes of Board of Education of District of Colum- 

bia and providing for study of pay scales and classifications of such 
employees. Report from Committee on District of Columbia to accompany 
S. 2118. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12656 915. Maintenance expenses and official stations of judges. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 5802. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12657 916. Amending charter of Girl Scouts of America. Report from Committee on 

District of Columbia to accompany H. R. 6252. July 23, 1952. 4 p. 

12658 917. Incorporating American University. Report from Committee on District 

of Columbia to accompany S. 1273. July 23, 1953. 2 p. 

12659 918. Extension of crop insurance into additional counties. Report from Com- 

mittee on Agriculture to accompany H. R. 4211. July 23, 1953. 4 p. 

12660 919. Authorizing Coast Guard to accept, operate and maintain certain defense 

housing facility at Cape May. N. J. Report from Committee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries to accompany H. R. 6354. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 

12661 921. First omnibus [claims] bill, 83d Congress. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 6504. July 24. 1953. 29 p. 

12662 922. Making emergency appropriations, fiscal year. 1954. Report from Committee 

on Appropriations to accompany H. J. Res. 305. July 24, 1953. 2 p. 

12663 941. Amending Air commerce act of 1926 with respect to navigation of foreign 

civil aircraft in United States. Report from Committee on Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 1402. July 24, 1953. 12 p. 

Agriculture Committee, House 

[Committee hearings] serials, 83d Congress, t • Item 1010 

12664 F. Imports of potash, hearing before subcommittee on fertilizer and farm ma- 

chinery, S3d Congress, 1st session, Apr. 20 and June 9, 1953. iii + 108 p. 
L. C. card 53-61688 Y 4.Ag 8/1 : P 84/6 

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[Committee hearings] serials, 83d Congress — Continued 

12665 H. Conservation and watershed programs, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

Apr. 28-May 11, 1953. 1953. iv+295 p. il. 2 maps. 

L. C. card 53-61531 Y 4.Ag 8/1 : C 76/2 

12666 K. Potatoes, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 3895, May 26 and 27, 

1953. 1953. iii + 37 p. 

L. C. card 53-61527 T 4.Ag 8/1 : P 84/7 

12667 L. Crop insurance extension, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session on H. K. 4211 and 

B. R. 4162, May 2S, 1953. 1953. iii + 43 p. 

L. C. card 53-61529 T 4.Ag 8/1 : C 88/5 

12668 Farm credit act of 1953, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4353, 

May 12-June 3, 1953. 1953. iv+154 p. t • Item 1010 

L, C. card 53-614S6 Y 4.Ag28/l : F 22/40 

Appropriations Committee, House 

12669 Department of Air Force appropriations for 1954, hearings before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, 1953. 1953. ii+1051+ix p. t 

• Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61445 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Ar 5/2/954 

12670 Department of Army appropriations for 1954, hearings before subcommit- 
tee, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. ii+1667+xii p. t • Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61444 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Ar 5/2/954 

12671 Department of Defense and related independent agencies appropriations 

for 1954, hearings before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. 

ii+792+vii p. t • Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61447 Y 4Ap 6/1 : D 36/5/954 

12672 Department of Navy appropriations for 1954, hearings before subcommittee, 

83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. pt. 1, ii+108S+x p. t • Item 1011 
L. C. card 53-61438 Y 4Ap 6/1 : N 22/4/954, pt.l 

12673 Mutual security appropriations for 1954, hearings before subcommittee, 83d 

Congress, 1st session. 1953. ii+737-f-vii p. t • Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61675 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Se 2/2/954 

12674 Supplemental appropriation bill, 1954, hearings before subcommittees, 83d 

Congress, 1st session. 1953. pts. 1 and 2. • Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61530 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : Ap 6/2/954/pt. 1-2 

pt.l. [Various agencies.] ii + 961+ix p. 

pt. 2. Military public works (Department of Air Force), ii + 453 + v p. 

Armed Services Committee, Bouse 

[Papers], 83d Congress, t • Item 1012 Y 4.Ar 5/2a : 953/54/(nos.) 

Note. — These papers consist largely of hearings. They are paged continuously 
for binding at the end of the session of Congress under the title "Hearings before 
Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on sundry legislation 
affecting the naval and military establishments." Title page, contents, and index 
are issued for each volume. 

12675 24. Subcommittee hearings on H. R. 2331, H. R. 2871, and H. R. 4214. [1953.] 

p. 947-970. 

12676 27. Full committee hearings on H. R. 5728 to authorize disposal of Government- 

owned synthetic rubber facilities, and for other purposes. [1953.] p. 1231- 
97. 

12677 28. Subcommittee hearing on S. 1078, to authorize use of certificates by officers 

of Armed Forces in connection with certain pay and allowance accounts 
of military and civilian personnel. [1953.] p. 1299-1300. 

12678 29. Subcommittee hearings on S. 1644 (H. R. 2325), to amend act of May 27, 1940 

(54 Stat. 223), as amended, to remove limitation upon rank of director of 
music, leader of Military Academy Band, and for other purposes. [1953.] 
p. 1301-13. 

12679 30. Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 2272, to authorize Secretaries of Army, Navy, 

and Air Force, with approval of Secretary of Defense, to cause to be 
published official registers for their respective services. [1953.] p. 1315- 
23. 

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12680 Government Publications 
[Papers], 83d Congress — Continued 

12080 31. Full committee hearing on S. 1078, H. R. 5258. H. R. 2272, S. 1666, H. Res. 
279, II. Res. 280, H. Res. 281 and H. Res. 282. [1953.] p. 1325-38. 

12681 32. Full committee bearing on H. R. 5508, to provide certain construction and 

other authority for military departments in time of war or national emer- 
gency. [1953.] p. 1339-78. 

12082 33. Full committee hearing on H. R. 5950. to authorize loan of 2 submarines to 

Government of Italy. [1953.] p. 1379-91. 

12083 34. Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 5416, to authorize advancement of certain 

lieutenants on retired list of Navy. [1953.] p. 1393-97. 

12084 35. Subcommittee hen ring on H. R. 5509, to amend Army-Navy Medical Services 

Corps act of 1947, relating to per centum of colonels in Medical Service 
Corps, Regular Army. [1953.] p. 1399-1405. 

12085 80. Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 0039, to amend sec. 47c of National defense 

act. [1953.] p. 1407-14. 
12686 37. Full committee hearings on H. R. 6039, H. R. 5416, and H. R. 5509. [1953.] 

p. 1415-28. 
12087 38. Subcommittee hearings on H. R. 2S42, to authorize Secretary of Defense to 

transfer certain land and access rights to territory of Hawaii, and H. R. 

6025, to authorize Secretary of Army to grant license to Leahi Hospital, 

nonprofit institution, to use certain United States property in city and 

county of Honolulu, T. H. [1953.] p. 1429-35. 
12,688 39. Subcommittee hearing on S. 2217, to amend sec. 67 of National defense act, as 

amended, to provide for active-duty status for all United States property 

and fiscal officers. [1953.] p. 1437-56. 

12689 Universal military training, pertinent questions and answers with respect 

to H. K. 5904 [82d Congress], bill to provide for administration and 
discipline of National Security Training Corps. 1952. ii+11 p. (Com- 
mittee print. ) Y 4.Ar 5/2 : M 59/2 

Banking and Currency Committee, House 

12690 Housing amendments of 1953, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 

5667, June 16-23, 1953. 1953. iv+209 p. t • Item 1013 

L. C. card 61454 Y 4.B 22/1 : H 81/27 

Education and Labor Committee, House 

12691 Assistance to schools in Federally impacted areas, hearings before special 

subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to H. Res. 115, June 

10-24, 1953. 1953. viii+373 p. t • Item 1015 

L. C. card 53-61525 Y 4.Ed 8/1 : Sch 6/7 

Government Operations Committee, House 

12692 Commission on Intergovernmental Relations and Commission on Organiza- 

tion of Executive Branch of the Government, hearings before subcom- 
mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 121 [and other bills], May 
12-14, 1953. 1953. v+195 p. [These hearings relate chiefly to H. R. 
4406 (S. 1514) and H. R. 992 (S. 106).] t • Item 1016 
L. C. card 53-61436 Y 4.G 74/7 : In 8 

12693 Donable surplus property program, hearings before subcommittee, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, Apr. 20-24, 1953. 1953. v+245 p. 1 pi. 1 tab. 

t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61533 Y 4.G 74/7 : Su 7/2 

12694 Investigation of public housing activities in Los Angeles, hearings before 

special subcommittee, S3d Congress, 1st session, May 13-27, 1953. 1953. 

v+462 p. [These hearings were held in Washington, D. C. and Los 

Angeles, Calif.] t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61538 Y 4.G 74/7 : H 81/2 

12095 Reorganization plan no. 6 of 1953, Department of Defense, hearings, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, on H. J. Res. 264, June 17-20, 1953. 1953. v+265 

p. t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61433 Y 4.G 74/7 : R 29/2/no.6 

12696 Reorganization plans nos. 7 and 8 of 1953 (Foreign Operations Adminis- 
tration), (United States Information Agency), hearings, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on H. J. Res. 261 and H. J. Res. 262, June 22-24, 1953. 1953. 

iv+219 p. il. 2 pi. t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61541 Y 4.G 74/7 : R 29/2/no.7, 8 

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Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, House 

[Committee hearings] serials, 83d Congress. 

12697 4. Statehood tor Alaska, hearings before subcommittee on territories and insular 

possessions, Sod Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 20 [and other bills], Apr 

14-17, 1953. 1953. iii + 221 p. 

L. C. card 53-61435 Y 4. In 8/14 : 83/4 

12698 5. Santa .Maria project, Calif., hearings before subcommittee on irrigation and 

reclamation and Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs S3d Congress, 
1st session on H. It. 2235 and H. R. 2259, Apr. 29-May 19, 1953. 1953 
iii+86 p. il. 
L. C. card 53-61681 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, House 

12699 Amending trading with the enemy act (transfer of funds), hearings, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 4873, June 10, 1953. iii+57 p. t 

• Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-61721 Y 4.1n 8/4 : T 67/10 

12700 Hospital survey and construction act (extension of duration), hearings, 

83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 3171 and H. R. 5419, June 9, 1953. 

1953. iii+40 p. t • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-61526 Y 4.1n 8/4 : H 79/2 

12701 Railroad retirement act (dual benefits), hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

on H. R. 356, June 2-5, 1953. 1953. iv+268 p. t • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-61532 y 4.1n 8/4 : R 13/52 

Judiciary Committee, House 

[Committee hearings] serial, S3d Congress. 

12702 4. Emergency immigration program, hearings before subcommittee no. 1, 83d 

Congress. 1st session, on H. R. 361 [and other bills] and Committee print, 

May 21-July 9, 1953. 1953. v + 246 p. t • Item 1020 

L. C. card 53-61685 Y 4.J 89/1 : 83/4 

Post Office and Civil Service Committee, House 

12703 Annual leave, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5406, H. R. 

1043, and H. R. 2343, Apr. 30 and May 6, 1953. 1953. iii-f-76 p. [In- 
cludes statements relative to H. R. 2345.] t • Item 1022 
L. C. card 53-61470 Y 4.P 84/10 : An 7/2 

12704 For additional assistant Postmaster General, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st ses- 

sion, on H. R. 5302, May 28, 1953. 1953. ii-f-28 p. t • Item 1022 

L. C. card 53-61473 Y 4.P 84/10 : P 84/9 

12705 Postal-rate revision, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 6052, 

July 13-18, 1953. v. 1. 

v. 1. Statement and testimony of Postmaster General and staff, ii + 147 p. 12 pi. 
• Item 1022 
L. C. card 53-61719 Y 4.P 84/10 : P 84/10/v.l 

Public Works Committee, House 

[Committee hearings serials] , 83 Congress. • Item 1024 
L. C. card 53-61684 Y 4.P 96/11 : 83/ ( nos. ) 

12706 1. National highway study, hearings before subcommittee. 83 Congress, 1st ses- 

sion, Apr. 15-May 13, 1953. 1953. pt. 1, iv + 239 p. il. 2 maps. 

12707 4. Public buildings purchase contract act of 1953, hearing before subcommittee 

on public buildings and grounds, 83d Congress, 1st session on H. R. 5406, 
June 3, 1953. 1953. iii + 38 p. 
L. C. card 53-61678 

Small Business, Select Committee on, House 

12708 Problems in metal-mining industry (lead, zinc, and other metals), hearings, 

83d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to H. Res. 22, Apr. 22-30, 1953. 1953. 
ix+520 p. il. [These hearings were held in Denver, Colo., San Francisco, 
Calif., Spokane, Wash., and Phoenix, Ariz.] f • Item 1031 
L. C. card 53-61600 Y 4.Sm 1 : M 56 

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12709 GOVERNMEKT PUBLICATIONS 

12709 2d supplement to Congress and monopoly problem, 50 years of antitrust 

development, 1900-50 (House document 599, 81st Congress) history of 
congressional action in antitrust field during past 50 years: Antitrust 
law action by 82d Congress, prepared at instance and under direction of 
Select Committee on Small Business, 82d Congress, pursuant to H. Res. 
33, by Legislative Reference Service of Library of Congress. 1952. v+ 
63 p. (Committee print.) 
L. C. card 50-60716 T 4.Sm 1 : An 8 

Un-American Activities Committee, House 

12710 Communist methods of infiltration (education) hearings, 83d Congress, 1st 

session, Apr. 29-May 28, 1953. 1953. vi-f- 1503-86 p. * Paper, 25c. 

• Item 1026 

L. C. card 53-60486 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/34/pt.5 

12711 Communist methods of infiltration (Government, labor), hearings, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, Apr. 17-June 9, 1953. 1953. vi+1587-1686 p. 

* Paper, 25c. • Item 1026 

L. C. card 53-61542 T 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/39 

12712 Investigation of communist activities in New York City area, hearings, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, May 5-7, 1953. 1953. pts. 2-A, [xviii] +1235- 
1502 p. [These hearings were held in New York City.] * Paper, pt. 2, 
30c ; * pts. 3 and 4, each 25c. • Item 1026 
L. C. card 53-61339 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/38 : pt.2-4 

Veterans' Affairs Committee, House 

12713 Pees and charges schedule governing guaranteed housing loans, hearings 

before subcommittee on housing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on schedule 
of fees and charges on guaranteed housing loans, June 18 and 19, 1953. 
1953. iii+1381-1510 p. il. t • Item 1027 
L. C. card 53-61443 Y 4.V 64/3 : H 81/8 

12714 Separation of subsistence from tuition under Public law 550, hearings be- 

for subcommittee on education and training, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 
separation of subsistence from tuition under Public law 550, Veterans' 
readjustment assistance act of 1952 (Korean GI Bill of Rights), June 
22-24, 1953. 1953. iii+1511-1644 p. il. f • Item 1027 
L. C. card 53-61476 Y 4.V 64/3 : Su 1 

Ways and Means Committee, House 

12715 Customs simplification, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5106, 

May 27-29, 1953. 1953. v+227 p. t • Item 1028 

L. C. card 53-61437 Y 4.W 36 : C 96/28 

12716 Excess profits tax extension, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, June 1-13, 

1953. 1953. viii+764 p. il. t • Item 1028 

L. C. card 53-61537 Y 4.W 36 : Ex 2/6 

REDUCTION OF NONESSENTIAL FEDERAL EXPENDITURES JOINT COMMITTEE 

12717 Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal 

Expenditures, pursuant to sec. 601 of Revenue act of 1941 on control of 
collection and use of foreign currencies by Federal Agencies. 1953. 
iii+5 p. ( Senate committee print, 83d Congress, 1st session. ) t 

Y4.R24/4:F76 
Senate committee prints, 83d Congress, t Y4.R24/4: Ap6/(nos.) 

12717A 6. Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal 
Expenditures, pursuant to sec. 001 of Revenue act of 1941. on Federal appro- 
priations and authorizations, expenditures, and unexpended balances, through 
Mar. 31, 1953. 1953. iv + 45 p. 
12717B 7. Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal 
Expenditures pursuant to sec. 001 of Revenue act of 1941 on Federal appro- 
priations and authorizations, expenditures, and unexpended balances, through 
Apr. 30, 1953. 1953. iv + 45 p. 

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12718 Index of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) 

for 82d Congress (Jan. 3, 1951-Jan. 3, 1953), in Senate Library ; compiled 
by George T. Walker. 1953. v4-78 p. [Temporary supplement to 1935 
index.] * Paper, 30c. • Item 998 
L. C. card 35-26894 T 1.3 : H 35/2/935/supp.-5 

12719 Veto messages, record of bills vetoed and action taken thereon by Senate 

and House of Representatives, 51st Congress through 82d Congress, 1889- 
1952 ; revised by Senate Library under direction of Leslie L. Biffle, Secre- 
tary of Senate. 1952. iv + 156 p. t 
L. C. card 53-61622 Y 1.3 : V 64/SS9-952 

Senate bills 

Note. — The following list includes all public bills and resolutions introduced 
during the period of this catalog. Amendments are note listed. 

For information concerning bills, see (1) Senate calendar, (2) Congressional 
record index, or (3) Digest of public general bills prepared by the Library of 
Congress. 

Depository libraries should consult the depository shipping lists for a complete 
list of the bills and resolutions sent to them by the Superintendent of Documents. 

12720 s. 2217-18, 2220, 2223-25, 2229, 2231-34, 2237-39, 2241-12, 2244-49, 2254, 

2260, 2262, 2267-68, 2270, 2276-79, 2283, 2285, 2289, 2293-94, 2296, 2299- 
2300, 2302-6, 2308-15, 2317, 2320-27, 2330, 2332-33, 2342, 2344, 2347-51, 
2358, 2361, 2364-65, 2367-6S, 2370-73, 2375, 2380-85, 2389, 2391-96, 2398- 
2400, 2402-10, 2412-15, 2417-20, 2422, 2424, 2426, 2428, 2430-32, 2434-37, 
2441, 2443-^4, 2447, 2451, 2458, 2464, and S. J. Res. 92-103, S. Con. Res. 
34, 36-40, S. Res. 122-149, 83d Congress. • Item 1006 

Senate documents 

Note. — All Senate documents, entries for which are followed by a t, may be 
obtained from the Senate Document Room or from the issuing office. 

Senate documents, 83d Congress. 

12721 52. Our American Government: What is it? How does It function? 291 ques- 

tions and answers, comprehensive story of history and functions of our 
American Government interestingly and accurately portrayed ; prepared by 
Wright Patman with collaboration of W. C. Gilbert]. 1953 edition. 1953. 
iii + 64 p. • Paper, 20c. • Item 996 
L. C. card 53-61725 

12722 53. Communications study, report of subcommittee on communications study of 

Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce pursuant to S. Res. 50 of 
81st Congress, as amended, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. il+8 p. 

• Paper, 5c. O Item 996 

12723 55. Enactment of law, procedure on Senate bill ; revised by Charles L. Watkins. 

1953. ii + 12 p. [Revision of Senate document 155, 73d Congress.] 

• Paper, 5c. • Item 996 
L. C. card 53-61519 

12724 56. Proposed supplemental appropriations, legislative branch [Architect of Capi- 

tol], fiscal year 1954. June 29, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12725 58. Payment of claims for damages, audited claims, and judgments. July 15, 

1953. 25 p. t • 996 

12726 59. Proposed supplemental appropriation. Army Department, fiscal year 1954. 

July 20, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12727 60. Proposed supplemental appropriation, Department of Commerce, fiscal year 

1954. July 20, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12728 61. Proposed supplemental appropriation, Department of Agriculture, fiscal year 

1954. July 20, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12729 62. Relief of Fred P. Hines. veto message from President of United States re- 

turning without approval bill (S. 152). July 20, 1953. 3 p. t • Item 
996 

12730 63. Proposed supplemental language [relating to transfer of funds, fiscal year 

1954] Treasury Department. July 21, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12731 64. Draft of proposed provision pertaining to appropriations for Department of 

Defense for Military public works construction. July 23, 1953. 2 p. t 

• Item 996 

12732 65. Revision of proposed supplemental appropriation, payment of claims for dam- 

ages, audited claims, and judgments. July 23, 1953. 18 p. t • Item 996 

12733 66. Proposed supplemental appropriations, Department of Health, Education, and 

Welfare, fiscal year 1954. July 23, 1954. 2 p. t • Item 996 

12734 67. Estimates of appropriation, emergency migration program, fiscal year, 1954. 

July 24, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 



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GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

Senate executive documents 

Senate executive documents, 83d Congress, 1st session. 

L. Protocol prolonging International agreement regarding regulation and market- 
ing of sugar, protocol dated London Aug. 11, 1952, prolonging international 
agreement regarding regulation and marketing of sugar, signed London, 
May G, 1937. June 10, 1953. 6 p. [Injunction of secrecy removed June 
10, 1953.] t 
L. C. card 53-61753 Y 1.83/1 : L 

M. Universal copyright convention of 1952, certified copy of universal copyright 
convention, together with certified copies of 3 related protocols, signed 
Geneva, Sept. 6, 1952 by respective plenipotentiaries of United States and 
other States concerned, June 10, 1953. 30 p. [Injunction of secrecy re- 
moved June 10, 1953.] t 

L. C. card 53-61754 Y 1.83/1 : M 

N. Agreement with Federal Republic of Germany concerning application of treaty 
with Germany, agreement between United States and Federal Republic of 
Germany, signed Bonn, June 3, 1953, concerning application of treaty of 
friendship, commerce and consular rights between United States and Ger- 
many signed Washington, Dec. 8, 1923, as amended. June 27, 1953. 6 p. 
[Injunction of secrecy removed June 27, 1953.] t 
L. C. card 53-61755 Y 1.83/1 : N 

0. Treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation with Japan, and protocol relat- 

ing thereto, treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation between United 
States and Japan, together with protocol relating thereto, signed Tokio, 
Apr. 2, 1953. June 27, 1953. 18 p. [Injunction of secrecy removed June 
27, 1953.] t 
L. C. card 53-61756 Y 1.83/1 : O 

P. Convention with Canada for preservation of halibut fishery of northern Pacific 
Ocean and Bering Sea, convention between United States and Canada for 
preservation of halibut fishery of northern Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea, 
signed Ottawa, Mar. 2, 1953. July 1, 1953. 6 p. [Injunction of secrecy 
removed July 1, 1953. J t 
L. C. card 53-61757 Y 1.83/1 : P 

Q. International convention to facilitate importation of commercial samples and 
advertising material, certified copy dated Geneva, Nov. 7, 1952. July 7, 
1953. lip. [Injunction of secrecy removed July 7, 1953.] t 
L. C. card 53-61758 Y 1.83/1 : Q 

Senate executive reports 

Senate executive reports, 83d Congress, 1st session, t Senate Document 
Room, Capitol. Y 1.83/1 : rp. ( nos. ) 

1. Agreements relating to status of North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Armed 

Forces, and military headquarters. Report from Committee on Foreign 
Relations to accompany Executives T and U, 82d Congress, 2d session, and 
Executive B, 83d Congress, 1st session. Apr. 28, 1953. 19 p. 
L. C. card 53-61777 

2. Double taxation conventions with Belgium and Australia. Report from Com- 

mittee on Foreign Relations to accompany Executive I, 81st Congress, 1st 
session, [and Executives] A, I, J, and K, 83d Congress, 1st session. July 2, 
1953. 7 p. 
L. C. card 53-61580 

3. Debt agreements with Federal Republic of Germany. Report from Committee 

on Foreign Relations to accompany Executives D, E, F, and G, 83d Congress, 
1st session. July 3, 1953. 15 p. 
L. C. card 53-61581 

4. Agreement revising and renewing International Wheat Agreement of 1949. 

Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany Executive H, 83d 
Congress, 1st session. July S, 1953. 12 p. 
L. C. card 53-61582 

Senate reports 



Senate reports, 83d Congress, f Senate Document Room, Capitol. • Item 
1008 (No. 6 is sold by Superintendent of Documents.) 

12745 6, 2 pts. Retirement policies and railroad retirement system. Report of Joint 

Committee on Railroad Retirement Legislation, pursuant to S. Con. Res. 51 
and 56 [S2d Congress]. 1953. (To be sent to depository libraries in Serial 
set binding.) 
pt. 1. Issues in railroad retirement. xxv+[780] 4-lxxv p. 11. 4 pi. 1 tab. 

• Paper, $2.00. 

pt. 2. Economic problems of aging population, ix + 1724-xvil p. 11. 1 pL 

* Paper, 45e. 

12746 441. St. Lawrence seaway. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations on 

S. 2150, providing for creation of St. Lawrence Seaway Development Cor- 
poration to construct part of St. Lawrence seaway in United States terri- 
tory and for other purposes. June 16, 1953. 111 + 63 p. 2 pi. 7 maps. 
L. C. card 53-61726 

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Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

12747 455. Housing act amendments of 1953. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 2103. June 23, 1953. 30 p. 
L. C. card 53-61626 

12748 457. Trading with the enemy act. Report from Committee on Rules and Admin- 

istration to accompany S. Res. 120. June 24, 1953. 2 p. 

12749 458. Continuing effect of statutory provisions relating to deposit of savings 

for members of Army and Air Force. Report from Committee on Armed 
Services to accompany S. 1422. June 25, 1953. 5 p. 

12750 459. Recovery, care, and disposition of remains of members of uniformed services 

and certain other personnel. Report from Committee on Armed Services 
to accompany S. 1999. June 25, 1953. 15 p. 

12751 460. Providing for use of American National Red Cross in aid of Armed Forces. 

Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 2079. June 
25. 1953. 7 p. 

12752 461. Retirement of non-Regular officers of Army and Air Force having more than 

30 years' active Federal Service. Report from Committee on Armed 
Services to accompany S. 2000. June 25, 1953. 4 p. 

12753 462. Providing for active-duty status for all United States property and disbursing 

officers (hereafter property and fiscal officers). Report from Committee on 
Armed Services to accompany S. 2217. June 25, 1953. 4 p. 

12754 463. Providing for conveyance of certain land in Monroe County, Ark., toArkansas. 

Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 163. June 26, 1953. 2 p. 

12755 464. Authorizing use of Sackets Harbor Military Cemetery for burial of war and 

peacetime veterans of Armed Forces. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4901. June 26, 1953. 2 p. 

12756 465. Providing for addition of certain Government lands to Cape Hatteras 

National Seashore Recreational Area project. Report from Committee 
on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1532. June 26, 
1953. 4 p. 

12757 466. Authorizing exchange of lands acquired by United States for Prince William 

Forest Park, Prince William County, Va., for purpose of consolidating 
Federal holdings therein, and for other purposes. Report from Committee 
on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 3380. June 26, 
1953. 3 p. 

12758 467. Directing Secretary of Army to reestablish and correct boundaries of Quincy 

National Cemetery by exchange of Government-owned lands in Qulncy- 
Graeeland Cemetery, Quincy, 111. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 3411. June 26, 1953. 2 p. 

12759 468. Relating to disposition of certain former recreational demonstration project 

lands by Virginia to school board of Mecklenburg County, Va. Report 
from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4072. 
June 26, 1953. 2 p. 

12760 469. Authorizing addition of land to Appomattox Court House National Historical 

Monument, Va. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
to accompany H. R. 1528. June 26, 1953. 3 p. 

12761 470. To authorize conveyance for public-school purposes of certain Federal land 

in Gettysburg National Military Park. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 630. June 26, 1953. 3 p. 

12762 471. Directing conveyance of certain property to Rupert, Idaho. Report from 

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 122. June 26, 
1953. 4 p. 

12763 472. Trade agreements extension act of 1953. Report from Committee on Finance 

to accompany H. R. 5495. June 26, 1953. 7 p. 

12764 473. Illinois River, 111., authorizing adoption of report relating to seepage and 

drainage damages. Report from Committee on Public Works to accom- 
pany H. R. 4779. June 27, 1953. 3 p. 

12765 474. Temporary appropriations, 1954. Report from Committee on Appropriations 

to accompany H. J. Res. 287. June 27, 1953. 1 p. 

12766 475. Providing for construction of Markham Ferry project on Grand River, 

Okla., by State of Oklahoma. Report from Committee on Public Works 
to accompany S. 119. June 29, 1953. 8 p. 

12767 476. Emergency powers continuation act. Report from committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. J. Res. 285. June 29, 1953. 2 p. 

12768 477. Long-term utility contracts. Report from Joint Committee on Atomic 

Energy to accompany S. 2239. June 29, 1953. 5 p. 

12769 478. Department of Labor, and Health, Education and Welfare, and related 

independent agencies appropriation bill. 1954. Report from Committee 
on appropriations to accompany H. R. 5246. June 29, 1953. 31 p. 

12770 479. Amending act approved Mar. 3, 1S99. (30 Stat. 1045, 1057, ch. 422), to 

provide for appointment by commissioners of District of Columbia of 
special policemen. Report from Committee on District of Columbia to 
accompany S. 1001. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 

12771 480. Amending District of Columbia teachers' leave act of 1949. Report from 

Committee on District of Columbia to accompany S. 1393. June 30, 
1953. 2 p. 

12772 481. Amending act to provide that Board of Education of District of Columbia 

shall have sole authority to regulate vacation periods and annual leave 
of absence of certain school officers and empjloyees of Board of Education 
of District of Columbia. Report from Committee on District of Columbia 
to accompany S. 1945. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 



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Senate reports, S3d Congress — Continued 
1^773 482. Participating in Fourth of July 1053 observance at Independence Hall, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. Con. Res. 85. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 

12774 4S3. Alaska forest survey. Report from Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 

to accompany S. 725. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 

12775 484. Sale of land in Basalt, Colo. Report from Committee on Agriculture and 

Forestry to accompany S. 894. June 30. 1953. 2 p. [Corrected print.] 
1277G 485. Loans to fur farmers. Report from Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 
to accompany S. 1152. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 

12777 4S0. Extension of crop insurance into additional counties. Report from Commit- 

tee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1367. June 30, 1953. 
2 p. 

12778 487. Scrapie and blue tongue. Report from Committee on Agriculture and For- 

estry to accompany S. 2055. June 30, 1953. 2 p. 

12779 4SS. Farmers' home administration interest rates. Report from Committee on 

Agriculture and Forestry to accompany S. 1276. June 30, 1953. 3 p. 

12780 489. Authorizing States during major disasters to use or distribute certain sur- 

plus equipment and supplies of Federal Government. Report from Com- 
mittee on Public Works to accompany S. 2199. July 1, 1953. 3 p. 

12781 490. Transfer of reversionary interests in certain lands held in trust. Report 

from Committee on Agriculture and Forestry to accompany S. 1400. 
July 1, 1953. 2 p. [S. 1400 conveys reversionary right of land in Wake 
County, N. C, held by United States as trustee for North Carolina Rural 
Rehabilitation Corporation.] 

12782 491. Transfer of Statesville cottonfield station. Report from Committee on 

Agriculture and Forestry to accompany S. 2163. July 1, 1953. 2 p. 

12783 402. Authorizing investigation of importation of wheat classified as unfit for 

human consumption. Report from Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 
to accompany S. Res. [127]. July 1, 1953. 1 p. 

12784 493. Increasing salaries of employees of Board of Education of District of Colum- 

bia, and providing for study of pay scales and classifications of such 
employees. Report from Committee on District of Columbia to accompany 
S. 2118. July 2, 1953. 3 p. [Corrected print.] 
127S5 404. Increasing cash relief for certain employees of Canal Zone Government. 
Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 2038. July 2, 
1953. 5 p. 

12786 495. Providing for orderly transaction of public business in event of death, 

incapacity, or separation from office of disbursing officer of military de- 
partment. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany 
S. 2078. July 2, 1953. 3 p. 

12787 496. Authorizing furnishing of information and civilian education for personnel 

of Armed Forces. Report from Committee on Armed Services to ac- 
company S. 2276. July 2, 1953. 2 p. 

12788 497. Authorizing loan of certain naval vessels to certain foreign governments. 

Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 2277. July 2, 
1953. 3 p. 
127S9 498. Providing certain construction and other authority for military depart- 
ments in time of war or national emergency. Report from Committee on 
Armed Services to accompany S. 1995. July 2, 1953. 8 p. 

12790 499. Expressing friendship and sympathy of American people for people of 

East Germany. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to ac- 
company S. Con. Res. 36. July 2, 1953. 1 p. 

12791 500. Transmission of gambling information. Report from Committee on Inter- 

state and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 2314. July 7, 1953. 34 p. 
L. C. card 53-61672 

12792 501. Emergency assistance to farmers and stockmen. Report from Committee 

on Agriculture and Forestry to accompany S. 2267. July 7. 1953. 4 p. 

12793 502. 2d independent offices appropriation bill, 1954. Report from Committee on 

Appropriations to accompany H. R. 5690. July 8, 1953. 10 p. 

12794 503. Appointment of additional assistant Postmaster General for personnel man- 

agement. Report from Committee on Post Office and Civil Service 
to accompany H. R. 5302. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

12795 504. Providing for commission to regulate public transportation of passengers 

by motor vehicle and street railroad within metropolitan area of Wash- 
ington, D. C., and for establishment of Commission on Area Problems of 
Greater Metropolitan Area. Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce to accompany I-I. R. 2236. July 8, 1953. 7 p. [H. R. 
2236, as here reported, includes the basic provisions of S. 922.] 

12796 505. Retirement of congressional employees who are paid from special funds. 

Report from Committee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany 
H. R. 4091. July 8, 1953. 2 p. 
12707 506. Investigation of wheat unfit for human consumption. Report from Com- 
mittee on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 127. July 8, 
1953. 2 p. 

12798 507. Amending sec. 319 of Communications act of 1934 with respect to permits 

for construction of radio stations. Report from Committee on Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 4557. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

12799 508. Amending sec. 309 (c) of Communications act of 1934 with respect to time 

within which Federal Communications Commission must act on protests 
filed thereunder. Report from Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce to accompany H. R. 4558. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

12800 509. Amending sec. 501 of Communications act of 1934, relating to offenses 

punishable thereunder. Report from Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce to accompany H. R. 4559. July 8, 1953. 4 p. 

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Senate reports, S3d Congress — Continued 

12501 510. Amendment to extend Interstate Commerce Commission authority over 

discontinuance of certain railroad services. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompanv S. 2S1. July 9, 1953. 
5 p. 

12502 511. Medical and dental treatment and hospitalization for certain officers and 

employees of former Lighthouse Service and for dependents and widows 
of officers and employees of such service. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 1026. July 9, 
1953. 5 p. 

12803 512. Amending Air commerce act of 1920, with respect to navigation of foreign, 

nontransport, civil aircraft in United States through reciprocity and 
under regulations of Civil Aeronautics Board. Report from Committee 
on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 1402. July 9, 
1953. 11 p. 

12804 514. Placing inscription "United States of America" on external shipping con- 

tainers for export of American-made goods. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. Con. Res. 40. July 
10, 1953. 3 p. 

12805 515. Promoting safe driving, eliminating reckless and financially irresponsible 

driver from highways, and providing for giving of security and proof of 
financial responsibility by persons driving or owning vehicles of type 
subject to registration under laws of District of Columbia. Report from 
Committee on District of Columbia to accompany S. 2305. July 10, 1953. 
2 p. 

12806 516. Providing for incorporation, regulation, merger, consolidation, and dissolu- 

tion of certain business corporations in District of Columbia. Report from 
Committee on District of Columbia to accompany H. R. 3704. July 10, 
1953. 6 p. 

12807 517. Domestic tungsten program extension act of 1953. Report from Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2824. July 10, 1953. 
7 p. [Committee amended H. R. 2824 to include manganese, chromite, 
mica, asbestos, beryl, and columbium-tantalum-bearing ores, and amended 
title so to read.] 
12S08 518. Compensation to [Clarence A. Beutel], deputy administrator, Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation. Report from Committee on Banking and Currency 
to accompany S. 2104. July 10, 1953. 3 p. 

12809 519. Proceedings against Timothy J. O'Mara for contempt of Senate. Report 

from Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 
Res. 139. July 10, 1953. 13 p. 

12810 520. Wheat marketing quotas. Report from Committee on Agriculture and 

Forestry to accompany H. R. 5451. July 10, 1953. 4 p. 

12811 521. Permitting flying of United States flag in Flag House Square. Report from 

Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 2111. July 13, 1953. 2 p. 

12812 522. Escapees and refugees in western Europe. Report of Committee on Judiciary 

pursuant to S. Res. 326, 82d Congress, as amended. 1953. iii + 81 p. 
L. C. card 53-61673 

12813 523. Blending of imported wheat unfit for human consumption. Report from 

Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 2137. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 
12S14 524. Releasing all right, title, and interest of United States in and to all fission- 
able materials in certain land in Marion County, Ind. Report from 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompanv H. R. 233. 
July 14, 1953. 5 p. 

12815 525. Relating to certain construction-cost adjustments in connection with Green- 

fields division of Sun River irrigation project, Montana. Report from 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1991. 
July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12816 526. Providing for perfecting title of C. A. Lundv to certain lands in California 

heretofore patented by United States. Report from Committee on In- 
terior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2779. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12817 527. Granting consent of Congress to negotiation by Nebraska. Wyoming, and 

South Dakota of certain compacts witli respect to use of waters common 
to 2 or more of said States. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1197. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 
1281S 52S. Extending benefits of certain provisions of Reclamation project act of 1939 
to Arch Hurley Conservancy District, Tucumcari reclamation project, 
N. Mex. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany S. 1433. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12819 529. Amending act of Congress approved Mar. 4, 1915 (38 Stat. 1214), as 

amended. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 1802. July 14, 1953. 4 p. [Relates to mineral leases on 
school lands in Alaska.] 

12820 530. Providing that certain costs and expenses incurred in connection with 

repayment contracts with Denver, Willwood. and Belle Fourche Irrigation 
Districts shall be nonreimbursable. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompanv S. 727. July 14, 1953. 3 p. [Committee 
amended S. 727, so as to include Prosser, Bitterroot, Kittitas. Okanogan 
and Frenchtown Irrigation Districts.] 

12821 531. Permitting exchange and amendment of farm units on Federal reclamation 

projects. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany S. 887. July 14, 1953. 6 p. 

12822 532. Certain cases in which Attorney General has suspended deportation. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. Con. Res. 41. July 14, 
1953. 2 p. 



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Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

12823 533. Hedwig Marek and Emma Elizabeth Marek. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany S. 61. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12824 535. Thomas O. Robitscher. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 550. July 14 1953. 5 p. 

12825 530. Ronald Lee Shields. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 503. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 
12R26 537. Lina Anna Adellieid (Adam) Hoyer. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 509. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 
12827 539. Agostino Giusto. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 672. 

July 14, 1953. 2 p. 
12S28 540. Karin Rita Grubb. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 825. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12829 542. Emmanuel Aristirtes Nicoloudis. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 1281. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12830 543. Giorgio Salvini Thompson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 1955. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 
12S31 544. N. A. G. L. Mocrings, Mrs. Bertha Johanna Krayenbrink Moerings, and 

Lambertus Karel Aloysius Josef Moerings. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 665. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 
12832 545. Irene F. M. Boyle. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 674. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 
12S33 546. Tien Koo Chen [also known as Chen Tien Koo]. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 765. July 14, 1953. 2 p. [Committee 

refers to claimant as Mr. Cheng.] 
12834 547. Ida Baghdassarian. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 779. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 
12S35 548. Johanna C. Willemsen. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 781. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12836 549. Monika Klein. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

819. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12837 550. Mrs. Pia Biondi. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

820. July 14. 1953. 3 p. 

12838 551. Robert J. Rickards, Conception Sotelo Rickards, and Walter John Rickards. 

Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 847. July 14, 
1953. 5 p. 

12539 552. Betty Robertson and Irene Robertson. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. R. S92. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12540 553. Harue Fukushi. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

978. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12841 554. Hannelore Mayerl Fulbright. Renort from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 1106. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12842 555. Mary Francina Marconi, Fernanda Guzzl, Anna Ferraro, Mary Laudano, 

and Julia Pisano. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 1143. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12843 556. Isak Benmuvhar. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1211. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12844 557. Mrs. Liane Lieu and her son, Peter Lieu. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1330. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12845 558. Paul Mynng Ha Chun?. Renort from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H.'R. 18S6. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12846 559. Clemintina Ferrara, Maria Garofalo, Rosetta Savino, Maria Serra, Albina 

Zamunner, and Fedora Gazzarrini. Report from Committee on Judiciary 
to accompany H. R. 2160. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

12847 560. Sam Rosenblat. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2351. July 14, 1953. 6 p. 

12848 561. Lee Kwang Nona (George Clifford Roeder). Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 2392. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12849 562. Certain members of Missionary Sisters of Sacred Heart. Report from Com- 

mittee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 2506. July 14, 1953. 7 p. 

12850 563. Constance Brouwer Scheffer. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2652. July 14, 1953. 5 p. 

12851 564. Josefine Hoorn (I)mytruk). Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2787. July 14, 1953. 7 p. 
12S32 565. Mrs. Julia Gamroth. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 3670. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12853 566. Mrs. Marie Weir. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

4110. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12854 567. Eydoxia J. Kitsos. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 205. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12855 568. Alice Power and Ruby Power. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 850. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 
12S56 569. Christina Pantelis Triantafllu. Renort from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany S. 1704. July 14. 1953. 4 p. 

12857 570. Mrs. Mildred G. Kates and Ronald Kates. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1459. July 14, 1953. 4 p. 

12858 571. Anneliese Schillings. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 1963. July 14, 1953. 7 p. 

12859 573. Authorizing California to collect tolls for use of certain highway crossings 

across bay of San Francisco. Report from Committee on Public Works 
to accompany S. 2342. July 14, 1953. 3 p. [Corrected print.] 

12860 574. Amending act to authorize permanent annual appropriation for maintenance 

and operation of Gorgas Memorial Laboratory. Report from Committee 
on Labor and Public Welfare to accompany S. 1456. July 14, 1953. 3 p. 
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Senate reports, 83d Congress— Continued 
12S61 575. Amending sec. 502 (1) and 507 of Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act [in 
order to identify drug known as aureomycin by its chemical name ehlortet- 
racychne]. Report from Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to 
accompany S. 1806. July 14, 1953. 3 p. [Corrected print.] 

12862 576. Extending until Dec. 31, 1953, period with respect to which excess profits tax 

shall be effective. Report from Committee on Finance to accompany 
H. R. 589S. July 14, 1953. 2 p. 

12863 577. Providing for study and investigation of public transportation serving Dis- 

trict of Columbia. Report from Committee on District of Columbia to 
accompany S. Res. 140. July 14. 1953. 1 p. 

12864 578. Amending mineral leasing laws with respect to their application in case of 

pipelines through public domain. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2220. July 14, 1953. 4 p. [Corrected 
print.] 

12865 579. Disposal of rubber plants. Report from Committee on Banking and Cur- 

rency to accompany S. 2047, to authorize disposal of Government-owned 
rubber-producing facilities, and for other purposes with minority views. 
July 14, 1953. iii + 43 p. [S. 2047 authorizes establishment of a Rubber 
Producing Facilities Disposal Commission.] 
12S66 5S0. Amend War claims act of 1948. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany S. 541. July 14, 1953. 9 p. [Relates to detention benefits 
to employees of contractors with United States.] 

12867 581. Providing for commission to regulate public transportation of passengers 

by motor vehicle and street railroad within metropolitan area of Washing- 
ton, D. C, and for establishment of Commission on Area Problem of Greater 
Metropolitan Area. Report from Committee on District of Columbia to 
accompany H. R. 2236. July 14, 1953. 3 p. [H. R. 2236, as here re- 
ported, includes the basic provisions of S. 922. Committee amended title 
2 to provide for the establishment of a Metropolitan Washington Com- 
mission.] 

12868 582. Small Defense Plants Administration. Report from Committee on Appro- 

priations to accompany H. J. Res. 294. July 15, 1953. 1 p. 

12869 583. New Jersey-New York waterfront commission compact. Report from Com- 

mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 2383. July 
15, 1953. 6 p. 

12870 584. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to grant easements for rights-of-way 

through, over, and under parkway land along line of Chesapeake and Ohio 
Canal, and to authorize exchange of lands with other Federal departments 
and agencies. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany S. 711. July 15, 1953. 5 p. 

12871 585. Change date for beginning of annual assessment work on mining claims held 

by location in United States, including Alaska, from 1st day of July to 
1st day of October and to extend time during which annual assessment work 
on such claims may be made for the year beginning July 1, 1952, to 1st 
day of October 1953. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs to accompany S. 2320. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 

12872 586. Quitclaiming interest of United States to certain lands in Placer County, 

Calif. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 127. July 15, 1953. 53 p. 

12873 588. Amending Color of the title act. Report from Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1308. July 15, 1953. 4 p. 

12874 590. Termination of Federal supervision over Menominee Indians of Wisconsin. 

Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 
2828. July 15, 1953. 6 p. 

12875 591. Providing for National Trust for Historic Preservation in United States. 

Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 3581. July 15, 1953. 3 p. 

12876 592. Automatic renewal of term insurance. Report from Committee on Finance 

to accompany H. R. 5705. July 15, 1953. 7 p. 
12S77 B93. Mining claims on oil lands. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs to accompany S. 1397. July 16, 1953. 13 p. 

12878 594. Amending sec. 303 of Budget and accounting act, 1921 (42 Stat. 23). Report 

from Committee on Government Operations to accompany H. R. 5228, 
July 16, 1953. 4 p. [Relates to annuities for retired comptrollers general.] 

12879 596. Creating commission to be known as Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commis- 

sion. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany S. 1744. 
July 16, 1953. 2 p. 

12880 599. Amending Federal power act to facilitate development and construction of 

water conservation facilities by States and municipalities. Report from 
Committee on Public Works to accompany S. 2094. July 17, 1953. 7 p. 

12881 600. Farm credit act of 1953. Report from Committee on Agriculture and 

Forestry to accompany S. 1505. July 17, 1953. 15 p. 

12882 601. Department of Defense appropriation bill, 1954. Report from Committee 

on appropriations to accompany H. R. 5969. July 17, 1953. 19 p. 

12883 602. International Telecommunications Commission. Report from Committee 

on Foreign Relations to accompany S. J. Res. 96. July 18, 1953. 3 p. 

12884 603. Amending Atomic energy act. Report from Joint Committee on Atomic 

Energy to accompany S. 2399. July 18, 1953. 8 p. 



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Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

12885 604. Establishment of Small Business Administration and liquidation of Recon- 

struction Finance Corporation. Report from Committee on Banking and 
Currency to accompany S. 1023. 1903. iii + lo p. 

12886 000. Permitting entry of 000 adopted children under 6 years of age. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 228. July 21, 1953. 
4 p. [Committee amended H. J. Res. 228 to permit the entry of 500 eligible 
orphans under 10 years of age adopted abroad or to be adopted by United 
States citizens, and amended the title so to read.] 

12887 007. Amending joint resolution creating Niagara Falls Bridge Commission. 

Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany H. J. Res. 253. 
July 21, 1953. 4 p. 

12888 COS. Subsistence and travel expenses allowed to judges. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany S. 32. July 22, 1903. 4 p. 

12889 609. Creation of Commission on Judicial and Congressional Salaries. Report from 

Committee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany S. 2417. July 
22, 1953. 2 p. 
12S90 G10. Extending time for exemption from income taxes for certain members of 
Armed Forces. Report from Committee on Finance to accompany H. R. 
4152. July 22, 1953. 3 p. 

12891 611. Repeal of tax on admissions to motion pictures. Report from Committee on 

Finance to accompany H. R. 157. July 22. 1953. 2, p. 

12892 612. Providing for elected mayor, city council, school board, and nonvoting Dele- 

gate to House of Representatives for District of Columbia. Report from 
District of Columbia to accompany S. 2413. July 23, 1953. 15 p. 

12893 614. Authorizing administrator of general services and Postmaster General to 

enter into buildings-purchase contracts, to extend authority of Postmaster 
General to lease space for post-office purposes. Report from Committee 
on Government Operations to accompany S. 2457. July 23, 1953. 10 p. 

12594 615. Extending time for filing claims under Trading with the enemy act. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 373. July 23, 1953. 5 p. 

12595 616. Debt claims under Trading with the enemy act. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany S. 2231. July 23, 1953. 4 p. 

12596 617. Payment of certain prisoner-of-war claims. Report from Committee on 

Judicial to accompany S. 2315. July 23, 1953. 5 p. 

12597 618. Authorizing Secretary of Army to receive for instruction at Military 

Academy at West Point 2 citizens and subjects of Kingdom of Thailand. 
Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. J. Res. 34. 
July 23, 1953. 4 p. 

12598 619. Authorizing District of Columbia to enter into interstate civil defense 

compacts. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. J. 
Res. 63. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12899 620. Resolution to seek durable peace. Report from Committee on Foreign Rela- 

tions to accompany S. Res. 150. July 24, 1953. 4 p. 

12900 621. War contract hardship claims. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 1243. July 23, 1953. 13 p. 

12901 624. Making provisions of sec. 1362 of title 18 applicable to Canal Zone. Report 

from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 2564. July 23, 1953. 
3 p. 

12902 025. Residence of bankruptcy referees for District of Columbia. Report from 

Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 3429. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 

12903 626. Military personnel claims act of 1945. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. R. 2561. July 23, 1953. 4 p. 

12904 628. District of Columbia appropriation bill, 1954. Report from Committee on 

Appropriations to accompany H. R. 5471. July 23, 1953. IS p. 

12905 629. Emergency migration act of 1953. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 1917. July 23. 1953. 21 p. [Includes minority views.] 

12906 632. Customs simplification act of 1953. Report from Committee on Finance to 

accompany H. R. 5h77. July 24, 1953. 39 p. 

12907 635. Permitting free entry of articles imported from foreign countries for pur- 

pose of exhibition at Washington State Third International Trade Fair, 
Seattle, Wash. Report from Committee on Finance to accompany H. J. 
Res. 293. July 24, 1953. 1 p. 

12908 639. Liquidation of Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration. Report from 

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. J. Res. 9S. 
July 24, 1953. 4 p. 

12909 643. Renegotiation act of 1951. Report from Committee on Finance to accom- 

pany H. R. 6287. July 25, 1953. 8 p. 

12910 644. Compensation to Shoshone and Arapahoe Tribes of Indians for certain lands 

of Riverton reclamation project, Wyo. Report from Committtee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 44S3. July 2S, 1953 
11 p. 
l-'.Ml 04o. Mutuul security appropriation bill, 1954. Report from Committee on 
Appropriations to accompany H. R. 6391. July 25, 1953. 15 p. 

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, Senate 

12912 Farm credit act of 1953, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, on S. 1505, 
May 11-26, 1953. 1953. iv+139 p. t • Item 1032 
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12913 Foreign trade in agricultural products, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

on agricultural exports and imports and their effect on farm price 
programs. 1953. pts. 3-5. t • Item 1032 

L. C. card 53-61206 Y 4.Ag 8/2 : F 76/10/pt.3-5 

pt. 3. Cotton, livestock, wool and poultry, Apr. 24-May 8, 1953. iv + 367-546 

p. 11. 
pt. 4. Dairy products. May 4-G. 1953. iil + 547-GG0 p. 11. 

pt. 5. Fats and oils, fresh fruits and vegetables, and tobacco, Mav 14-June 15 
1953. iv + 671-S35 p. il. 

12914 Importation of feed wheat, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, on importa- 

tion into United States of Canadian -wheat classified as wheat, unfit for 
human consumption under par. 729, Tariff act of 1930, Jan. 29-May 15, 
1953. 1953. iv+165 p. t • Item 1032 
L. C. card 53-61434 Y 4.Ag 8/2 : W 56/12 

12915 Wheat for Pakistan, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 2112, June 12, 

1953. 1953. iii+64 p. t • Item 1032 

L. C. card 53-61442 Y 4.Ag 8/2 : W 56/13 

12916 Wheat marketing quotas and acreage allotments, hearings, S3d Congress, 

1st session, on S. 2099, June 25 and 26, 1953. 1953. iii+93 p. t • Item 

1032 

L. C. card 53-61683 Y 4.Ag 8/2 : W 56/14 

Appropriations Committee, Senate 

12917 Department of Defense appropriations for 1954, hearing before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5969, making appropriations 
for National Security Council, National Security Resources Board and 
for military functions administered by National Military Establishment, 
May 19-.Iuly 10, 1953. 1953. 2 pts., [iv]-f-1^154a+45'5-2069+[xlviii] 
p. il. [The same index appears in pts. 1 and 2.] t • Item 1033 
L. S. card 53-616S9 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : D 36/954/pt.l,2 

12918 2d independent offices appropriations for 1954, hearings before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5690. 1953. ii+487+vii p. il. 

t • Item 1033 

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12919 Labor-Health, Education, and Welfare appropriations for 1954, hearings 

before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5246. 1953. 
ii+1553-)-xxii p. il. [Includes related independent agencies.] t 

• Item 1033 

L. C. card 53-61535 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : L 11/954 

Armed Services Committee, Senate 

12920 Authority to expand productive capacity in Government owned and pri- 

vately owned plants in time of war or national emergency, hearing be- 
fore subcommittee, S3d Concress, 1st session, on S. 1995, June 29, 1953. 
1953. iii+8 p. t • Item 1034 
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12921 Department of Defense real estate acquisitions, hearings before real estate 

and military construction subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session on 
Army acquisition project 54-A, Fort Hood, Tex., Navy acquisition project 
74-R, Glynco air facility, Glvnco, Ga., June 24, 1953. 1953. iii+23 p. t 

• Item 1034 

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12922 Joint Chiefs of Staff nominations, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 

nominations of Arthur William Radford as chairman of Joint Chiefs of 
Staff, Matthew Bunker Ridgeway as Chief of Staff, Army, Robert Bost- 
wick Carney as Chief of Naval Operations, and Nathan Farragut 
Twining as Chief of Staff, Air Force, May 28, 1953. 1953. iii+34 p. f 

• Item 1034 

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12923 Government Publications 

12023 Miscellaneous bills, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session on S. 1422 [and other 
bills, and] nomination references 368, 369, 3T4, 375, IMC, June 25, 1953. 
1953. iii+44 p. t • Item 1034 
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12924 Miscellaneous bills, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 1949 [and other 

bills], July 2, 1953. 1953. iii+36 p. t • Item 1934 

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Banking and Currency. Committee, Senate 

12925 Bank holding legislation, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 76 and 

S. 1118, June 10-12, 1953. 1953. pt. 1, iv+1-142 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61599 Y 4.B 22/3 : B 22/3/pt.l 

12926 Disposal of rubber plants, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 2047, 

June 24- July 1, 1953. 1953. iv+293 p. il. [S. 2047 establishes the 

Rubber Plant Disposal Board.] t • Item 1035 

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12927 Government lending agencies, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 892 

[and other] bills to dissolve Reconstruction Finance Corporation and 
transfer its functions and to create a small business lending agency, 
May 20-July 14, 1953. 1953. pt. 1 and 2, [x] +618 p. il. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61446 Y 4.B 22/3 : L 54/pt.l-2 

12928 Housing act amendments of 1953, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 

S. 1621, S. 1848, S. 1S64, and S. 2103, June 15-18, 1953. 1953. iv+280 

p. il. 3 tab. t • Item 1035 

L. C. card 53-61338 Y 4.B 22/3 : H 81/31 

12929 Loans on forest tracts, hearing before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st 

session, on S. 2069, July 20, 1953. 1953. iii+33 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61718 Y 4.B 22/3 : L 78/10 

12930 Nomination of Frank A. Southard, jr., hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

on nomination of Frank A. Southard, jr., to be executive director of 
International Monetary Fund, June 3, 1953. 1953. ii+14 p. t 

• Item 1035 

L. C. card 53-61452 Y 4.B 22/3 : So 8 

12931 Nomination of Ralph H. Demmler, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 

nomination of Ralph H. Demmler to be member of Securities and Ex- 
change Commission, June 11, 1953. 1953. ii+7 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61449 Y 4.B 22/3 : D 39 

12932 Nomination of William D. Mitchell, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 

nomination of William D. Mitchell to be administrator of Small Defense 
Plants Administration, June 3, 1953. 1953. ii+8 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61456 Y 4.B 22/3 : M 69 

12933 Nominations of J. Sinclair, Armstrong and A. Jack Goodwin, hearing, 

83d Congress, 1st session, on nominations of J. Sinclair Armstrong and 
A. Jack Goodwin to be members of Securities and Exchange Commission 
July 10, 1953. 1953. ii+12 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61587 Y 4.B 22/3 : Ar 5 

Finance Committee, Senate 

12934 Nomination, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on nomination of Joseph E. 

Talbot, member of Tariff Commission, Apr. 9, 1953. 1953. ii+22 p. t 

• Item 103S 

L. C. card 53-61448 Y 4.F 49 : T 14 

12935 Trade agreements extension act of 1953, statements on H. R. 5495, submitted 

to Committee on Finance, Senate, and summary of testimony on related 
provisions of H. R. 4294 before House Committee on Ways and Means, 
83d Congress, 1st session, June 1953. 1953. xii+600 p. il. 1 pi. t 

• Item 1038 

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Foreign Relations Committee, Senate 

12936 Agreement regarding status of forces of parties of North Atlantic treaty, 

supplementary hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, June 24, 1953. 1953. 
iii+S9 p. t • Item 1039 Y 4.F 76/2 : N SI a/4 

12937 Agreements with Federal Republic of Germany, hearings, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on Executives D, E, F, and G, S3d Congress, 1st session, June 

17 and 18, 1953. 1953. iii+169 p. t • Item 1039 

L. C. card 53-61550 Y 4.F 76/2 : G 31/7 

12938 Commercial treaties, hearing before subcommittee, S3d Congress, 1st session 

on Executives R (83d Cong. 1st ses.), F. H. I. J (82d Cong. 2d sess.), 
C. N. O. (83d Cong. 1st sess.) treaties of friendship, commerce, and navi- 
gation with Israel, Ethiopia, Italy, Denmark, Greece, Finland, Germany 
and Japan, respectively, July 13, 1953. 1953. iii+32 p. t • Item 
1039 
L. C. card 53-616S6 Y 4.F 76/2 : T 71/6 

12939 Double taxation conventions with Belgium and Australia, hearing before 

subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on Executives I (81st Cong., 
1st sess.), A (S3d Cong. 1st sess.), I (83d Cong., 1st sess.), J (83d Cong., 
1st sess.), and K (83d Cong., 1st sess.), double taxation treaties with 
Belgium and Australia, June 20, 1953. 1953. iii+59p. t • Item 1039 

Y 4.F 76/2 : T 19/2 

12940 European Coal and Steel Community, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

June 4 and 5, 1953. 1953. iii+37 p. [Informal meeting of Committee 
with members of High Authority of European Coal and Steel Commun- 
ity.] f • Item 1039 
L. C. card 53-61720 Y 4.F 76/2 : Eu 7/12 

12941 International wheat agreement, hearing before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on Ex. H., June 26, 1953. 1953. iii+59 p. t • Item 1039 

Y 4.F 76/2 : In 8/18 

12942 Mutual security act of 1953, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on bill to 

amend Mutual security act of 1951, and for other purposes, May 5-29, 

1953. 1953. iv+804 p. il. 2 pi. t • Item 1039 

L. C. card 53-61340 Y 4.F 76/2 : M 98/2/953 

12943 Overseas Information programs of United States, hearings before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, Mar. 6-May 13, 1953. 1953. pt. 2, 

viii+229-1562+xvi p. il, 2 pi. [Part 1 of these hearings was entered in 

the Monthly catalog for Mar. 1953, entry 4282.] * Paper, $3.00. • Item 

1039 

L. C. card 53-60248 Y 4.F 76/2 : Ov 2/pt.2 

12944 Palestine refugee program, hearings before subcommittee on Near East and 

Africa, S3d Congress, 1st session, May 20-25, 1953. 1953. iii+120 p. 
t • Item 1039 Y 4.F 76/2 : P 17 

Government Operations Committee, Senate 

12945 Control of trade with Soviet bloc, hearings before permanent subcommittee 

on investigations of Committee on Government Operations, Senate, 83d 
Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, resolution authorizing Com- 
mittee on Government Operations to employ temporary additional per- 
sonnel and increasing limit of expenditures, Mar. 30-May 20, 1953. 1953. 
pts. 1-2, [vi]+1554-[viii] p. t • Item 1037 
L. C. card 53-61601 Y 4.G 74/6 : T 67/pt.l-2 

12946 state Department, file survey, hearings before [permanent] subcommittee 

on investigations, 83d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, Feb. 

4-20, 1953. 1953. 2 pts., [vii]+1844-[ii] p. t • Item 1937 

L. C. card 53-61539 Y 4.G 74/6 : St 2/pt.l,2 

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12047 Government Publications 

12947 State Department information program, information centers, hearings 
before permanent subcommittee on investigations, S3d Congress, 1st 
session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, Apr. 29 and May 5, 1953. 1953. pt. 3, 
iii+171-251+ii p. t • Item 1037 
L. C. card 53-61204 X 4.G 74/6 : In 3/pt.3 

1294S To authorize lease-purchase agreements, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, 
on amendments to S. 690, June 11, 1953. 1953. iii+34 p. t • Item 
1037 
L. C. card 53-61457 Y 4.6 74/6 : L 48 

Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Senate 

12949 Report [of Senator Hugh Butler] on Trust Territory of Pacific Islands rela- 

tive to his investigation of government. 1953. iii+40 p. (Committee 

print, S3d Congress, 1st session.) f 

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Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Senate 

12950 Amendment to Federal power act (relating to sale of electric energy in 

foreign commerce), hearing before subcommittee, S3d Congress, 1st ses- 
sion on S. 1442, June 11, 1953. 1953. iii+47 p. t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61546 X 4.1n 8/3 : F 31.5 

12951 Amendment to Interstate commerce act (relating to issuance of motor car- 

rier certificates), hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 1730, June 

15, 1953. 1953. iii+42 p. t • Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61523 X 4.1n 8/3 : In 8/31 

12952 Merchant seamen English language bills, hearing before subcommittee, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, on S. 777 and S. 1255, May 15, 1953. 1953. iii+44 

p. il. t • Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61588 X 4.1n 8/3 : M 53/5 

12953 Military Sea Transport Service, hearings before subcommittee, 83d Con- 

gress, 1st session, on S. 1439 and S. 1881, May 28 and June 11, 1953. 1953. 

iii+185 p. il. map. t • Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61682 X 4.1n S/3 : M 59/2 

12954 Nominations of Chan Gurney and Harmar D. Denny, jr., to CAB and Fred- 

erick Billings Lee to CAA, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, on nom- 
inations of Chan Gurney, of South Dakota, to be member of Civil 
Aeronautics Board for term of 6 years expiring Dec. 31, 1958, to which 
office he was appointed during last recess of the Senate (reappointment), 
Harmar D. Denny, jr., of Pennsylvania, to be member of Civil Aero- 
nautics Board for remainder of term of 6 years expiring Dec. 31, 1953, 
vice Donald W. Nyrop, resigned, and Frederick Billings Lee, of Vermont, 
to be administrator of Civil Aeronautics Administration, vice Charles 
Home, resigned, Apr. 1 and 22, 1953. 1953. iii+44 p. t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61453 X 4.1n 8/3 : G 96 

12955 Railroad safety, appendix to hearings before subcommittee, S3d Congress, 

1st session, on S. 539 and S. 1401. 1953. pt. 2, ii+183-188 p. [Supple- 
mentary statement submitted in opposition to bills by Association of 
American Railroads.] t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61325 X 4.1n 8/3 : R 13/71/pt.2 

12956 Requiring "United States of America" on shipments abroad, hearing, S3d 

Congress, 1st session, on S. 1962, June 12, 1953. 1953. iii+33 p. il. t 

• Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61549 T 4.1n S/3 : Sh 6/5 

12957 Sale of ships to Philippine citizens, hearing before subcommittee, 83d 

Congress, 1st session, on S. J. Res. 72, June 3, 1953. 1953. iii+54 p. + 

• Item 1041 

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12958 Washington metropolitan area transit problem, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st 

session, on H. R. 1555, H. R. 3771 and S. 922, May 21-26, 1953. 1953. 

iv+176 p. * Paper, 40c. • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-6167-1 Y 4.1n 8/4 : T 687/17 

12959 Waterfront investigation, hearings before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st 

session, pursuant to S. Res. 41 on waterfront racketeering and port 
security, Mar. 27-June 5, 1953. 1953. pt. 1, X+699 p. il. [Relates to 
New York-New Jersey waterfront.] t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61540 Y 4.1n 8/3 : W 29/4/pt.l 

12960 Workload of Federal Communications Commission, hearing, 83d Congress, 

1st session, May 18, 1953. 1953. iii+50 p. t • Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61677 Y 4.1n 8/3 : F 31/4 

Judiciary Committee, Senate 

12961 Activities of United States citizens employed by United Nations, hearing 

before subcommittee to investigate administration of Internal security 
act and other internal security laws, 83d Congress, 1st session, Feb. 19 
and Apr. 27, 1953. 1953. iii+435-493+iii p. il. [These hearings were 
held in New York, N. Y. and Washington, D. C] t • Item 1042 
L. C. card 53-60217 Y 4.J 89/2 : Un 34/pt.2 

12962 Blending of wheat imported as unfit for human consumption, hearing be- 

fore subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 784, June 10, 1953. 

1953. iii+22 p. t • Item 1042 

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12963 Interlocking subversion in Government departments, hearing before sub- 

committee to investigate administration of Internal security act and 
other internal security laws, 83d Congress, 1st session, Apr. 10, 1953. 
1953. pt. 1, ii+51 p. il. t • Item 1042 
L. C. card 53-61524 Y 4. J 89/2 : Su 1/12 

12964 Jury commissions for each United States district court, hearing before 

subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 959, Apr. 20, 1953. 1953. 

ii+22 p. il. t • Item 1042 

L. C. card 53-61450 Y 4. J 89/2 : J 97/6 

12965 Subversive influence in educational process, hearings before subcommittee 

to investigate administration of Internal security act and other internal 
security laws, 83d Congress, 1st session, Apr. 23-May 5, 1953. 1953. pt. 8, 
iii+795-8Sl+ix p. il. * Paper, 25c. • Item 1042 
L. C. card 52-63164 Y 4. J 89/2 : Su l/10/pt.8 

Labor and Public Welfare Committee, Senate 

12966 Educational benefits for veterans of Korean conflict (or in active service on 

or after June 27, 1950), report prepared in Legislative Reference Service 
of Library of Congress by Charles A. Quattlebaum, educational research 
analyst. 1952. v-fS7p. ( Committee print, S2d Congress, 2d session.) t 
L. C. card 52-61306 Y 4.L 11/2 : Ed 8/6 

12967 Nominations of commissioner of education, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st 

session, on nomination of Lee M. Thurston to be commissioner of educa- 
tion, June 25, 1953. 1953. ii+4 p. t • Item 1043 
L. C. card 53-61595 Y 4.L 11/2 : Ed 8/7 

1296S Nomination of Federal mediation and conciliation director, hearing, 83d 
Congress, 1st session, on nomination of Whitley P. McCoy to be Federal 
mediation and conciliation director, July 9, 1953. 1953. ii+7 p. t 
• Item 1043. 
L. C. card 53-61590 Y 4.L 11/2 : F 31 

12969 Nomination of member of National Labor Relations Board, hearing, 83d 
Congress, 1st session on nomination of Guy Farmer to be member of 
National Labor Relations Board, July 9, 1953. 1953. ii+4 p. t • Item 
1043 
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12970 Government Publications 

12970 Nomination of Stuart Rothman to be solicitor for Department of Labor, 

hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, July 9, 1953. 1953. ii-f 4 p. t 

• Item 1043 

I,. C. card 53-61589 Y 4.L 11/2 : R 74 

12971 Taft-Hartley act revisions, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session on proposed 

revisions of Labor-management relations act of 1947. 1953. pt. 5, viii+ 

2495-29C0p.il. [Part 5 is Appendix to pts. 1^.] * Paper, $1.00. •Item 

1043 

L. C. card 53-60868 Y 4.L 11/2 : T 12/pt.5 

Public Works Committee, Senate 

12972 Amending disaster relief act, hearing before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 

1st session on S. 2199, June 29, 1953. 1953. iii+27 p. t • Item 1045 
L. C. card 53-61547 Y 4.P 96/10 : D 63/2 

12973 Flood control, rivers and harbors, miscellaneous projects, hearings before 

subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on S. 261, S. 621, H. R. 4025, 

and others, Apr. 16-21, 1953. 1953. iv+135 p. map. t • Item 1045 

L. C. card 53-61475 Y 4.P 96/10 : F 65/6 

Small Business, Select Committee on, Senate 

12974 Future of irregular airlines in United States Air transportation industry, 

hearings before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, Mar. 31-May 8, 

1953. [1953.] iv+590 p. il. * Paper, $1.50. • Item 1049 

L. C. card 53-61676 Y 4.Sm 1/2 : Ai 7/2 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE, Library of Congress 

Catalog of copyright entries, 3d series, v. 6. 

12975 pt. IB. Pamphlets, serials, and contributions to periodicals, no. 2 ; July— Dec. 

1952. 1953. viii + 567-1147 p. 4° f Paper, .$1.50. • Item 792 
L. C. card 6-35347 LC 3.6/5 : v.6/pt.l B/no.2 

12976 pt. 5B. Unpublished music, no. 2; July-Dee. 1952. 1953. vi +431-840 

p. 4" t Paper, $1.50. • Item 796 

L. C. card 6-35347 LC 3.6/5 : v.6/pt.5 B/no.2 

12977 pts. 7— 11A. Works of art, reproductions of works of art, scientific and technical 

drawings, photographic works, prints and pictorial illustrations, 
no. 2 : July-Dec. 1952. 1953. viii+ 143-270 p. 4° t Paper, $1.00. 
• Item 798 

L. C. card 6-35347 LC 3.6/5 : v.6/pt.7-ll A/no.2 

1297S pt. 11B. Commercial prints and labels, no. 2, July-Dec. 1952. 1952. vi + 

187-355 p. 4° t Paper, $1.00. • Item 799 
L. C. card 6-35347 LC 3.6/5 : v.6/pt.ll B/no.2 

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 

12979 Rules of United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, effective 
July 1, 1953, and organic acts. 1953. vi+25 p. * Paper, 15c. • Item 
735 
L. C. card 53-61731 Ju 7.S : 953 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

BDI-Inf. (series). [Processed.] f A 77.609: (nos.) 

120^0 6. Associations of breeders of registered dairy cattle [list]. [Revised edition.] 
June 1953. 1 p. 4» 

12981 150. Body form in relation to production in Holstein and Jersey cows ; by W. W. 

Swett and C. A. Matthews. June 1953. [2] p. 4° [Preliminary report 
of results obtained in 1 phase of study of interrelationship between body 
form, anatomy, and producing capacity in cows. Prepared for presenta- 
tion at meeting of American Dairy Science Association, Madison, Wis., 
June 23, 1953. 

12982 151. Bacterial flora in rumen of heifers fed ration of alfalfa silage ; by M. P. 

Bryant and L. A. Burkey. June 1953. 3 p. 4° [For presentation at 
annual meeting of American Dairy Science Association, Madison, Wis., 
June 22-24, 1953.] 

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12983 152. Use of ratio techniques in estimating dry matter consumed iu pasture herb- 
age by grazing animals ; by E. A. Kane, W. C. Jacobson, R. E. Ely, and 
L. A. Moore. June 1903. 4 p. 4° [For presentation at annual meeting 
of American Dairy Science Association. Madison. Wis., June 22-24, 1953.] 

12954 153. Bacterial activity on forage plants before, during, and after ensiling as 

indicated by numbers ; by John T. Kroulik. June 1953. 3 p. 11. 4° [For 
presentation at annual meeting of American Dairy Science Association, 
Madison, Wis., June 22-24, 1953.] 

12955 154. Bacterial activity in forage-crop silage as indicated by predominant groups 

or species of bacteria at different periods of storage ; by L. A. Burkev, 
J. T. Kroulik, M. P. Bryant, and H. G. Wiseman. June 1953. 8 p. 4° 
[For presentation at annual meeting of American Dairy Science Associa- 
tion, Madison, Wis., June 22-24, 1953.] 
1298C 155. Sodium meta-bisulfite as silage conditioner; by C. H. Gordon, J. B. Shepherd, 
H. G. Wiseman and C. G. Melin. June 1953. 4 p. 4° (For presentation 
at annual meeting of American Dairy Science Association, Madison, Wis., 
June 22-24. 1953.] 

12987 130. Studies of feeding aldrin to dairy cows [with list of literature cited] ; by 

Ray E. Ely and L. A. Moore, P. E. Hubanks, R. H. Carter, and F. W. Poos. 
June 1953. p. 4° [For presentation at annual meeting of American 
Dairy Science Association, Madison, Wis., June 22-24, 1953.] 

12988 157. Production of magnesium deficiency in young calf bv feeding semi-svnthetic 

milk diet [with list of literature cited] ; by J. W. Thomas and M. Okamoto. 
June 1953. 6 p. 4° [For presentation at annual meeting of American 
Dairy Science Association, Madison, Wis., June 22—24, 1953.] 

12989 15S. Short time method for making American Cheddar cheese from pasteurized 

milk ; by Homer E. Walter, Arthur M. Sadler, James P. Malkames, jr., 
and Clair D. Mitchell. June 1953. 8 p. 11. 4" 

DEFENSE DEPARTMENT 



12990 Armed services procurement regulation revision no. 19; June 5, 1953. 

[1953.] [17] p. 4° [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 
304 M 1.8/2 : 19 

Joint Army-Navy specification. [Issued with perforations.] t 

12991 JAX-D— 195. Drums, steel, calcium carbide (100-pound capacity), amdt. 1; May 

12, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 12° N 20.23 : JAN-D-195/amdt.l 

12992 JAN-R-1 84. Resistors, fixed, wire-wound (low-nower), amdt. 5; Apr. 14, 1953. 

[1953.] 6 p. il. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 4, Aug. 5, 1952.] 
N 20.23 : JAN-R-184/amdt.5 

12993 Manual for courts-martial, United States, 1951, Army, 1953 cumulative 

pocket part. [1953.] ii+225 p. [Supersedes Army cumulative pocket 

part, Mav 31, 1951.] * Paper, 55c. • Item 349 

L. C. card 51-60633 D 1.15 : 951/supp.953 

Military specifications, t 
MIL-A-3812A. Arming wire assemblies, bomb, amdt. 1 ; May 1, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 
4° [Isued with perforations.] D 1.12 : A-3S12 A/amdt.l 

MIL-A-6S63. Altimeters, pressure, amdt. 2 ; May S, 1953. [1953.] 2+[l]p. 
4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, Oct. 16, 1951.] D 1.12 : A-6803/amdt.2 
MII^A-1C447B. Amplifiers, audio frequency AM-7G3 ()/U and AM-764 ()/U; 
Mar. 9, 1953. [1953.] 22 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MID-A-10447A (Ships), Aug. 25, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : A-16447 B 

Bag, duffel; May 11, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. il. 4° [Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes MIL-1S-829A. Nov. 22, 1949, M1L- 

B-2745, Aug. 23, 1951, MIL-B-15081 (Ships), Oct. 1, 1950, 

24B13 (INT), June 8, 1945.] D 1.12 : B-829 B 

2023A. Bathrobes, corduroy and bathrobes, striped seersucker ; Sept. 

25, 1952. [1952.] lu p. 4° [Issued witli perforations.] 

D 1.12 : B-2023 A 

Same. amdt. 2; Apr. 23, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. il. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Jan. 22, 1953.1 

D 1.12 : B-2023 A/amdt.2 

15093A. Bar. drum upending ; Mar. 9, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. il. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-B-15093 (Docks), Feb. 

7, 1950.] D 1.12 : B-15093 A 

-1602SB. Buckets, clamshell ; Feb. 27, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-B-10o"SA (Docks), Apr. 

30,1952.] D1.12:B-16028B 

-16029B. Buckets, dragline ; Mar. 2, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4" [Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes MIL-B-16029A (Docks), June 3, 

1952.] D 1.12 : B-1G029 B 

-91A. Capacitors, fixed, paper-dielectric (nonmetallic cases) ; Apr. 13, 

1953. [1953.] 18 p. il. 4" [Issued with perforations. 

Supersedes JAN-C-91, Aug. 21, 1947.] D 1.12 : C-91 A 



12994 
12995 



12997 MIL-B-S29B 



12998 


MID-B- 


12999 




13000 


MIL-B- 


13001 


MIB-B- 


13002 


MIL-B- 


13003 


MID-C- 



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13004 




13005 


MIL-C-368B. 


1300C 


MID-C-823A. 


13007 


MIL-C-3701. 


13008 


MIL-C-3880. 


13009 


MIL-C-4035B 


13010 


MIL-C-4175A 


13011 


MIL-C-5501A 


13012 


MIL-C-7974. 


13013 


MIL-C-8576. 


13014 


MIL-C-11085i 



13015 MIL-C-11617A. 



13016 MIL-C-12189A. 



13017 
13018 



Military specifications — Continued 

Same, supp. 1 ; Apr. 13, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" [Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : C-91 A/supp.l 

Cloth, lining (rayon or acetate) ; Mar. 31, 1953. [1953.] 5 
p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C-368A, 
May 29, 1952.] D 1.12 : C-36S B 

Cloth, serge ; Apr. 27, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes MIL-C-823, July 25, 1949, and 
certain other specifications.] D 1.12 : C-823 A 

Cylinders, compressed pis (acetylene, 'with valves ICC-8 and 
ICC-SAL), amdt. 1: May 8, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 4° [Is- 
sued with perforations.] D 1.12 : C-3701/amdt.l 

Club, policeman's, M-1944: May 1, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 11. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes Army 23-110; Jan. 
23,1945.] D1.12:C-3880 

Cleaner, steam, pressure jet, wheel mounted, electrically oper- 
ated, type B-3 ; Mar. 24, 1953. [1953.] 19 p. 4° [Issued 
with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C-4035A (DSAF), Nov. 
13, 1951.] D 1.12 : C-4035 B 

Clip board file, illuminated; Mar. 20, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C— 4175 (USAF), 
Oct. 24, 1950.] D 1.12 : C-4175 A 

Closure, aircraft, tubing protective, amdt. 1 ; Apr. 3, 1953. 

[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : C-5501 A/amdt.l 

Connectors, plug and receptacles, and cable assemblies, amdt. 1 ; 
Mar. 16, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : C-7974/amdt.l 

Cement, acrylic monomer base, for acrylic plastic ; May 12, 1953. 
[1953.] 8 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-C-3116, Feb. 27, 1950.] D 1.12 : C-8576 

Conveyor, belt (flat, skid-mounted, electric-motor driven, 24- 
inch-wide belt, 50-foot-long frame, capacity 25 pounds per 
foot, 75 tons per hour), amdt. 1 ; May 20, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : C-11085 A/amdt.l 

Control assemblies, manual, crossdrive transmission, single and 
dual ; Apr. 9, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes MIL-C-11617 (ORD), Dec. 6, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : C-11617 A 

Cloth, butyl coated, toxicological agents, protective ; Apr. 20, 
1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes MIL-C-12189 (QMC), Aug. 28, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : C-12189 A 

MIL-C-12224A. Cover, boot, toxicological agents protective, M-l ; Apr. 22, 1953. 

[1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 

MIL-C-12224 (QMC), Sept. 17, 1952.] D 1.12 : C-12224 A 

Cylinder, compressed gas, carbon dioxide filled, twenty-six gram 
(for CO = Inflatable life preservers) : Mar. 24, 1953. [1953.] 
7 p. 11. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C- 
15897A (Ships), Aug. 27, 1952.] D 1.12 : C-15897 B 

Cable assembly, power, electric (with grounding, for portable 
equipment, shipboard use) ; Mar. 10, 1953. [1953.1 5 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C— 15987A, Sept. 
28,1951.] D 1.12 : C-15987 B 

Clamps, electric cable (for lighting fixtures, fittings and enclo- 
sures except watertight) "(shipboard use) ; Feb. 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 10 p. 11. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-C-17277 (Ships), July 18, 1953.] D 1.12 : C-17277 A 

Dubbing, protective, amdt. 1 ; Feb. 18, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

D 1.12 : D-51 A/amdt.l 

Drawers, knitted, shorts, special, white, amdt. 1 ; May 2, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : D-1S63 A/amdt.l 

Drafting splines and weights set (in box), amdt. 2; May 26, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Oct. 31, 1951.] D 1.12 : D-3470/amdt.2 

Drag, brush, bituminous (8 feet 8 inches bv 12 feet), amdt. 1; 

Apr. 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : D-3513/amdt.l 

Disinfectant, chlorine, food service; Feb. 27, 1953. [1953.] 
15 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MlL-D— 
11309 (QMC), Aug. 6, 1951, JAN-C-1054. Mar. 2S, 1949.] 

D 1.12 : D-11309 A 

Electronic equipment, special provisions for offshore equipment 
[procurement], amdt. 1; Mar. 9, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : E-17189 A/amdt.l 

Food packet, fighter-pilot ; Mar. 24, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. 11. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-F— 1496A, June 
27,1951.] D 1.12 : F-14Q6 B 

Fruitcake, fresh, and fruitcake, canned; May 8, 1953. [1953.] 
9 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-F-3232, 
June 21, 1950, and MIL-F-3232A (QMC), Sept. 12, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : F-3232 B 



MIL-C-15S97B. 



13019 MIL-C-15987B. 



13020 MIL-C-17277A. 



13021 


MIL-D-51A. 


13022 


MIL-D-1863A. 


13023 


MIL-D-3470. 


13024 


MIL-D-3513. 


13025 


MIL-D-11309A 


13026 


MIL-E-17189A 


13027 


MIL-F-149GB. 


13028 


MIL-F-3232B. 



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Military specifications — Continued 

MIL-P-5070. Fitting ends, hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and oil hose, amdt. 1 ; 
Apr. 28, 1053. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : F-5070/amdt.l 

MIL-F-5300A. Fire detector, thermocouple, type F-l, amdt. 1 ; May 22, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : F-53G9 A/amdt.l 

MIL-F-5509A. Fittings, fluid connection, amdt. 4 ; Apr. 7, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 3, 
June 1G. 1952.] U 1.12 : F-5509 A/amdt.4 

MIL— F-7024A. Fluids, calibrating, for aircraft fuel system components, amdt. 
1 ; Apr. 28, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : F-7024 A/amdt.l 

MIL-F-151G0C. Fuses, instrument, power, and telephone, supp. 1 ; Apr. 15, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : F-15160 C/supp.l 

MIL— F—17292A. Format for list of repair (spare) parts for shipboard mechanical 
and electrical equipment; Feb. 17, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 11. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-F-17292 (Ships), 
Aug. 11, 1952.] D 1.12 : F-17292 A 

MIL-G-10728A. Generator, signal, TS-155 ( ) /UP, amdt. 1; Apr. 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : G-10728 A/amdt.l 

MIL-H-3830. Ham and potatoes with gravy, canned, amdt. 1; May 2i, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : H-3830/amdt.l 

MIL— H— 40S1A. Holder, countersink, adjustable, micrometer stop ; Mar. 3, 1953. 
[1953.] 8 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-H-4081 (USAF), Mar. 21, 1950.] D 1.12 : 11-4081 A 

MIL-H-5581A. Hose, rubber, anti-G suit, amdt. 2 : Apr. 27, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, June 
3, 1952.] D 1.12 : H-5581 A/amdt.2 

MIL-H-11230A.IIead boring, metal working machine, micrometer offset type; 
June 5, 1952. [1952.] 9 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MIL-B-11230 (CE), June 21, 1951.] 

D1.12: H-11230 A 

Same, amdt. 1 ; Feb. 27, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : H-11230 A/amdt.l 

MIL-H-20638. Hook, cant ; May 1, 1052. [1953.] [l]+3p. 12° [Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes Army 17-129A, July 13, 1945.] 

D 1.12 : H-20G38 
Insecticide powder, dusting, notice 1 ; Apr. 8, 1053. 1953. 1 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Military specification MIL— I— 
180A, B'eb. 7, 1950 is cancelled effective Apr. 8, 1953. Future 
procurement of subject material should be made under Federal 
specification 0-1-578.] D 1.12 : 1-180 A/notice.l 

Interference limits, tests and resign requirements, aircraft elec- 
trical and electronic equipment; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 
29 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-I-6181, June 14, 1950, MIL-I-G1S1A (USAF), Jan. 23, 
1953.] D1.12:I-61S1 B 

MIL-I-GS39. Indicator, position, landing sear, amdt. 3 : Apr. 10, 1053. [1953.] 
1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 2, 
Oct. 24, 1952.] D 1.12 : I-6839/amdt.3 

MIL-I-70S5. Indicator, pressure, multipurpose, O— 50 PSI, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 16, 
1953. [1953.] 1 p.4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : I-7085/amdt.l 

MIL— 1-7098. Indicators, tachometer, electric, magnetic drag type, aircraft, 
general specification for, amdt. 2; Apr. 17, 1953. [1953.] 
1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amt-ndment 1, 
Apr. 21, 1952.] D 1.12 : I-7098/amdt.2 

MIL-I-11894A. Instruments, drawing, in sets; Oct. 27, 1952. [1952.] 3 p. 4° 

[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-I-11894 (CE), 

Apr. 2, 1952.] D 1.12 : 1-11894 A 

Same, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 24, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : 1-11894 A/amdt.l 

MIL-I-1G022A. Insulation blanket, thermal, fibrous glass for offshore procure- 
ment, amdt. 1; Feb. 6, 1053. [1053.] 1 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations] D 1.12 : 1-1G022 A/amdt.l 

Level, surveying, engineer, with accessories and tripod : Nov. 25, 
1052. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Army 42-74, Apr. 18, 1945.] D 1.12 : L-3841 

Same, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 26, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : L-3841/amdt.l 

MIL-L-6032. Lubricating grease (gasoline and oil resistant), amdt. 1; May 
1, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D1.12:L-G032/amdt.l 

MIL-L-6805A. Lacquer, camouflage, amdt. 2; Apr. 27. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Oct. 12, 
1951.] D 1.12 : L-6805 A/amdt.2 

MIL-L— 12197A. Ladders, fire, extension, and ladders, fire, single, wood and metal 
(aluminum- and magnesium-alloy); Aug. 22, 1952. [1953.] 
10 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-L- 
12197 (CE), Aug. 22, 1952.] D 1.12 : L-12107 A 



13029 
13030 
13031 
13032 
13033 
13034 

13035 
13036 
13037 
13038 
13039 

13040 
13041 

13042 MIL-I-1S0A. 

13043 MIL-I-6181B. 

13044 
13045 
13046 

13047 

13048 
13049 

13050 MII^L-3S41. 

13051 
13052 

13053 

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13059 MIL-P-1735B. 



13060 MIL-P-303S. 



Military specifications — Continued 

13055 MIL— M-911A. Mixers, concrete, gasoline-engine-driven (for motor-truck-mount- 

ing), amdt. 1 ; Mar. 3, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : M-911 A/amdt.l 

13056 MIL-M-11564A. Mixing plant, asphalt and aggregate, gasoline-engine-driven, 10— 

30 tons per hour, unit no. 1, mixer, bituminous, trailer mounted, 
complete, unit no. 2, dryer, aggregate, trailer mounted, com- 
plete ; Sept. 16, 1952. [1952.] 16 p. 4° [Issued with per- 
forations. Supersedes MIL-A-11564 (CE), Nov. 27, 1951.] 

D 1.12:M-11564A 

13057 Same, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 16, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : M-11564 A/amdt.l 

13058 MIL-P-13S2A. Pots, fire, gasoline ; Mar. 26, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. il. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-P-1382, Sept. 21, 1949.] 

D 1.12 : P-1382 A 

Pot, cooking, light, 15-gallon, pot, cooking, 10-gallon, lids, cooking 
utensil, for range, field M-1937, Apr. 24, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 
il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL— U-1490, 
Oct. 28, 1949, MIL-P-1735, Nov. 25, 1949, MIL-P-1735A 
(QMC), Aug. 14, 1952.] D 1.12 : P-1735 B 

Protective coating, plastic stripping (sprayable), notice 1; Apr. 
9, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4« [Issued with perforations. Military 
specification MIL-P-3038, Aug. 30, 1949, has been canceled.] 

D 1.12 : P-3038/notice 1 

13061 MIL-P-6064A. Packaging of lightweight aircraft accessories, amdt. 2 ; Apr. 24, 

il953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Nov. 9, 1951.] D 1.12 : P-6064 A/amdt.2 

13062 BIL-P-7795. Panels, airport lighting control, amdt. 1 ; Apr. 21, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : P-7795/amdt.l 

13063 MIL-P-15035B. Plastic-material, laminated, thermosetting, sheets, cotton-fabric- 

base, phenolic-resin, amdt. 2; Mar. 13, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Mar. 7, 
1952.] D 1.12 : P-15035 B/amdt.2 

13064 MIL-P— 16298A. Preservation, packaging, and marking of electric machines having 

rotating parts (includes associated repair parts), amdt. 1 ; Mar. 
31, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : P-1029S A/amdt.l 

13065 MIL-P-16419A. Paulins (ships and boats); Mar. 12, 1952. [1952.] 4 p. 4° 

[Issued with perforations. Supersedes BIIL-P-16419 (Ships), 
Aug. 15, 1951.] D 1.12 : P-16419 A 

13066 Same, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 6, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4» [Issued with per- 

forations.] D 1.12 : P-16419 A/amdt.l 

13067 MIL-P-20087. Paint, heat-resisting, amdt. 1 ; Feb. 16, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° 

[Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : P-200S7/amdt.l 
1306S MIL-R-3360. Rod, stadia (12-foot, folding), amdt. 1; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : R-3360/amdt.l 

13069 MIL-R-560SA. Ribbon, nylon, parachute, amdt. 1 ; Apr. 28, 1953. [1953.] 

1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : R-5608 A/amdt.l 

13070 MIL-R-7362A. Rubber sheet, molded and extruded shapes, solid, synthetic oil 

resistant; May 16, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed. 
Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL—R-7362 (USAF), 
Mar. 13, 1952.] D 1.12 : R-7362 A 

13071 MIL-R-10509A. Resistors, fixed, Aim (high stability), amdt. 1; May 18, 1953. 

[1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : R-10509 A/amdt.l 

13072 MIL-R-10639A. Rectifier, photogrammetric, for 9 J ,4-inch aerial roll film, horizontal- 

projection, 0° to 70° tilts, with chests; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 
9 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R-10693 
(CE), Oct. 26, 1950.] D 1.12 : R-10639 A 

13073 MIL-R-10916A. Rod, level (precision, USC&GS model, 3.25 meters long, in pairs, 

with case), amdt. 1; May 7, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued 

with perforations.] D 1.12 : R-10916 A/amdt.l 

Seats, water-closet, cantonment-type, amdt. 1 ; May 2, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : S-3148/amdt.l 
Steel, chrome-molybdenum (4140) bars, rods, and forging stock 

(for aircraft applications), amdt. 3; May 21, 1953. [1953.] 

3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 2, Dec. 18, 1951.] D 1.12 : S-5626/amdt.3 

Splicing, cable terminal, process for, aircraft, amdt. 1; Apr. 21, 
1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : S-5676 A/amdt.l 

Steel, chrome-nickel-molybdenum (8740) bars, rods, and forging 
stock (for aircraft applications), amdt. 2. May 26, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes Amendment 2, Jan. 25. 1952.] D 1.12 : S-6049/amdt.3 

Switches, aircraft toggle, amdt. 1 : May 15, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : S-6745/amdt.l 

Steel, chrome-molybdenum (4130) bars, rods, and forging stock 
(for aircraft applications), amdt. 4; May 20, 19o3. 
3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Amendment 3, Dec. 1, 1952.] 



13074 MIL-S-314S. 



13075 MIL-S- 



13076 MIL-S-5676A. 



13077 MIL-S-6049. 



13078 MIL-S-6745. 

13079 MIL-S-675S. 



[1953.] 

Supersedes 
D 1.12 : S-675S/amdt.4 



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13094 
13095 
13096 

13097 
13098 
13099 
13100 



August 1953 13104 

Military specifications — Continued 
MIL-S-11262A. Sunburn-preventive-preparation, cream paste ; Apr. 10, 1952. 
[1952.] 5 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-S-112G2 (QMC), July 10. 1951.] D 1.12 : S-11262 A 

Same, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 10, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with per- 
forations.] D 1.12 : S— 11202 A/amdt 1 
MIL-S-15339B. Surgical instrument ease: Feb. 17, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4» 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-S-15339 A, Feb. 
»,t T o ,™„„, 14,1952.] D 1.12 : S-15339 B 
MIL-S-16917A. Sodium bisulfate (niter cake), amdt. 1; Feb. 27, 1953. 1953. 

1 p. 4" [Issued with perforations.] 
* m m ;„. D 1.12 : S-16917 A/amdt. 1 

MIL-T-46A. Tray, mess, 6-compartment, metal; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 
il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes JAN-T-40, May 
31. 1944.] D1.12:T-46A 

MIL-T-656A. Thermometer, self-indicating, liquid-in-glass (Navv tvpe) ; Apr. 
23, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes JAN-T-656, Aug. 13, 1948.] D 1.12 : T-656 A 

MIL-T-1926B. Tent, mountain, two-m;in, complete with pins and poles; Apr. 28, 
1953. [1953.] 19 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes MIL-T-1926 A (QMC), Dec. 10, 1952, MIL-T-1926, Jan. 
9,1950.] D 1.12 : T-1926 B 

MIL-T-2344B. Tray, pastry, storage and delivery ; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 
il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MII^T-2344, 
July 28, 1950, MIL-T-2344A (QMC), July 30, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : T-2344 B 
MIL-T-2452A. Truck, garbage, compaction-tvpe, 14-CU YD, 4X2, 2 DT, amdt. 1 ; 
May IS, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : T-2452 A/amdt. 1 
MIL-T-2904B. Tile, linoleum, fire retardant (battleship) ; Mar. 13, 1953. [1953.] 
16 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-T- 
2904A (Ships), Nov. 28, 1952, MIL-L-2904, Sept. 4, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : T-2904B 
MIL-T-4078A. Trailer, fuel servicing, gasoline xylidine, type A-6 ; May 1, 1953. 
[1953.] 14 p. il. 4" [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-T-4078 (USAF), Mar. 15, 1950.] D 1.12 : T-407SA 

MIL-T-7449A. Tester, electric thermometer, field, type N-3 ; May 8, 1953. 
[1953.] 21 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MIL-T-7449 (USAF), June 5, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : T-7449A 
Tubing, nickel-chromium-iron allov, seamless or welded (for air- 
craft applications), amdt. 1 ; May 15, 1953. [1953.] 2+[l] 
p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : T-7840/amdt.l 
Tubing, flexible, corrosion-resistant and heat-resistant steel, amdt. 
1; Apr. 24, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] D 1.12 : T-78S0/amdt.l 
MIL-T-10035C. Tent, hexagonal, lightweight, M-1950 ; Apr. 27, 1953. [1953.] 
21 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL— T— 
10035B (QMC), Dee. 10, 1952.] D 1.12 : T-10035C 
MIL-T-11663A. Trucks, refuse, multiple container, amdt. 1 ; May 11, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations] 

D 1.12 : T-11663A/amdt.l 
MIL-T-15108A. Transformers, power distribution (single phase, 60 cycles) and 
reactors (balance coils, dry type) [shipboard use], amdt. 1; 
Feb. 11, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : T-1510SA/amdt.l 
MIL-T-16644A. Tape, measuring, tank level gaging; Feb. 27, 1953. [1953.] 5 
p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-T-16644 
(Ships), Nov. 1, 1951.] D 1.12 : T-16644A 

MIL-V-1137A. Varnish, electrical-insulating (for electro-motive equipment), 
amdt. 1 ; Apr. 10, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] D1.12: V-1137A/amdt.l 
MIL-V-15020A. Valves, flush (for shipboard use), amdt. 2; Feb. 24, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, 
Apr. 2, 1952.] D 1.12 : V-15020A/amdt.2 
Wire, electrical, 600-volt, copper, aircraft, amdt. 4 ; May 12, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 3, Oct. 9, 1952.] D 1.12 : W-5086/amdt.4 
Watches, navigational stop, admt. 1 : Apr. 21, 1953. [1953.] 1 
p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : W-5605/amdt.l 
MIL-W— 15964A. Wheels, abrasive, and hones, hand (diamond impregnated), amdt. 
1 ; Mar. 20, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 
D 1.12 : W-15904A/amdt.l 

National Military Establishment specification. [Issued with perfora- 
tions.] t 

JAN-L-1132. Lenses and globes, electric-light, notice 1; Apr. 7, 1953. [1953.] 
1 p. 12° [Processed. National Military Establishment specifi- 
cation JAN-L-1132, June 16, 1949, has been superseded and 
cancelled by Military specification MIL-L— 16221.] 

M 213.8 : JAN-L-1132/notice 1 
JAN-M-745. Moi6ture-resistance test, for material items used in electronic, com- 
munication, and electric equipment, notice 1 ; Apr. 24, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. 12° M 213.8 : JAN-M-745/notice 1 



13081 
13082 

13083 

130S4 

13085 

13086 

13087 

13088 
13089 

13090 
13091 

13092 MIL-T-7840. 



MIL-T-7880. 



MIL-W-50 



MIL-W-5605. 



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13105 Government Publications 

Navy Department specifications. [Issued with perforations.] t 

13105 22W9. Wire, copper, soft or annealed, notice 1; May 15, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 

12° [Processed.] Navy Department specification 22W9b, Mar. 15, 
1946, has been superseded and cancelled by Military specification 
MIL-W-3861.] N 20.6/2 : 22W9/notice 1 

13106 27A1. Alpaca, lining, black, notice 1; May 25, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° 

[Processed. Navy Department specification 27A1, Mar. 2, 1931, is 
cancelled effective May 25, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 27A 1/notice 1 

13107 27-L— 11. [Labels, approval, Women's Naval Reserve] notice 1; May 25, 1953. 

[1953.] 1 p. 12° [Processed. Navy Department specification 27- 
L-11, May 15, 1945, is cancelled effective Mav 25, 1953.] 

N 20.6/2 : 27-L-l 1/notice 1 
1310S 33T4. Tubing, flexible, metallic, lightweight (for voice tubing), notice 1; May 
6, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12« [Processed. Navy Department specifi- 
cation 33T4, Aug. 15, 1946, is cancelled effective May 6, 1953.] 

N 20.6/2 : 33T4/notice 1 

13109 55L3e. Laces, trousers, rayon, black, notice 1 ; May 25, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° 

[Processed.] Navy Department specification 55L3e, Jan. 3, 1944, 
is cancelled effective May 25, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 55 L 3e/notice 1 

13110 73H2. Hats, cocked, notice 1 ; May 25, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12" [Processed. 

Navy Department specification 73H2, Apr. 1, 1940, is cancelled effec- 
tive May 25, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 73 H 2/notice 1 

DEFENSE MOBILIZATION OFFICE, President of United States 

13111 Expansion progress, projects under certificates of necessity, June 10, 1953. 

[1953.] cover title, [1] +11 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t Pr 33.1002 : Ex 7 

DEFENSE SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, Defense Dept. 

Defense Supply Management Agency handbook DSMA H (series). 

13112 2-3. Federal supply classification: pt. 3, Alphabetic index; Feb. 1953. [1953.] 

[8] + 272p. 4° * Paper, $1.25. • Item 314-A D 7.6/2 : 2-3 

Defense Supply Management Agency manual DSMA M (series). 

13113 3. Manual for military standards and standardization studies; July 1, 1953. 

[1953.] vi-j-14 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Also issued as Army 
Department, Special regulations SR 715-50-25, and sent to depository 
libraries in that form under a combined distribution for Items 314— A and 
328.] i (Publication reads incorrectly, on p. 14. for sale by Superintendent 
of Documents) . D 7.6/3 : 3 

Federal supply catalog, Department of Defense section : Group. [Issued 
with perforations.] 

13114 24. Tractors ; June 1953. [1953.] x+74 p. 4° [Covers Class 2410, 2420, 2430.] 

* Paper, 35c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 ; 24/cl.2410-2430 

13115 46. Water purification and sewage treatment equipment; July 1953. [1953.] 

ix + 14 p. 4° [Covers class 4610, 4620, 4630.] * Paper, 15c. •Item 
314-B D 7.9 : 46 

13116 65. Medical, dental, and veterinary equipment and supplies; July 1953. [1953.] 

[327] p. 4° [Covers Class 6505. 6510. fir, 15, U520, G525, 0580. 0535. 6540. 
6545.] * Paper, $2.25. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : 65 

13117 71. Household furniture ; June 1953. [1953.] ix + 17p. 4° [Covers Class 7105.] 

* Paper, 20c. © Item 314-B D 7.9 : 71/cl.7105 
1311S 72. Household furnishings; June 1953. [1953.] ix+9 p. 4° [Covers Class 

7210.] • Paper, 15c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : 72/cl.7210 

13119 84. Clothing, special purpose, includes flight clothing, special purpose headwear 

(including helmets, steel and plastic), safety and protective clothing, ath- 
letic clothing, special hospital clothing (operating gowns, etc.), safety, 
protective and work gloves, electrically heated flight clothing, X-ray pro- 
tective clothing, personal armor, excludes sporting and athletic gloves, 
athletic footwear, safety footwear; April 1953. [1953.] xiv + 78 p. 4° 

[Covers Class 8415.] * Paper, 40c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : S4/C1.8415 

13120 84. Hosiery, handwear, and clothing accessories, men's includes handkerchiefs, 

suspenders, garters, belts, dress handwear, combat gloves and mittens, 
leggings (nonsafety type) ; Hosiery, handwear, and clothing accessories, 
women's includes handkerchiefs, garters, belts, neckerchiefs, handbags, dress 
handwear, leggings (nonsafety type) ; Apr. 1953. [1953.] xi + 31 p. 4" 
[Covers Class S440 and 8445.] * Paper, 25c. D 7.9 : 84/C1.8440-S445 

13121 84. Outerwear, men's, includes uniforms (military and nonmilitary), civilian 

outerwear, headwear, work clothing (ordinary nonsafety), cold climate 
clothing, tropical and jungle clothing, shirts, trousers, coats, work aprons, 
gas protective clothing, excludes items included in other classes, such as 
special purpose clothing, helmets, steel and plastic, safety clothing, hand- 
wear, footwear; Apr. 1953. [1953.] xxviii + 118 p. 4° [Covers Class 
8405.] • Paper, 55c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : S4/C1.8405 

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August 1953 13140 

Federal supply catalog, Department of Defense section — Continued 

13122 84. Outerwear, women's includes uniforms (military and nonmilitary), civilian 

outerwear, headwear, work clothing (ordinary nonsafety), cold climate 
clothing, tropical and jungle clothing, shirts, skirts, blouses, work aprons, 
gas protective clothing, excludes items included in other classes, such as 
special purpose clothing, helmets, steel and plastic, safety clothing, hand- 
wear, footwear; Apr. 1953. [1953.] xvii + 50p. 4° [Covers class 8410.] 
• Paper, 35c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : S4/cl. 8410 

13123 87. Agricultural supplies : Mav 1953. [1953.] vii + 3 p. 4° [Covers Class 8710, 

S720, 8730.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 314-B D 7.9 : 87/cl.S710-8730 

13124 Federal supply code for manufacturers, supplement, Feb. 1953. [1953.1 

iii+A-B+[l]+257 p. 4° [Supersedes Addendum issued in July 1952 
and cumulative supplements dated Sept. 1952 and Mar. 10, 1953.] * Pa- 
per, $1.25. • Item 317 D 3.2 : M 31/supp. 

Military standards. [Issued with perforations.] D7.10:(nos.) 

13125 MIL-STD-103. Abbreviations (for electrical and electronic use) ; May 18, 1953. 

1953. ii + 4 p. 4" • Paper, 15c. 

13126 MID-STD-209. Slinging eyes for tanks and other tracked vehicles ; May 19, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE, Government Printing Office 

13127 Basic business references (5 volumes). [1953.] 1 p. narrow S° t • Item 

552 GP 3.22 : B 96/3 

13128 Helpful hints on home economics, selected Government publications on, 

sewing, cleaning, cooking, canning, repairing, sold by Superintendent 
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. [1953.] 
[8] p. narrow S° t • Item 552 GP 3.22 : H 75/3 

13129 Nutrition guides, recipe books, buying hints, Government aids for American 

homemakers for sale by Superintendent of Documents, Government Print- 
ing Office, Washington 25, D. C. [1953.] [8] p. narrow 8° t • Item 552 

GP 3.22 : N 95 

13130 Planning on going into business? then you'll want to look inside. [1953.] 

[3] p. il. narrow 8° t GP 3.22 : B 96/4/953 

Price list PL (series), t • Item 554 GP3.9:(nos.) 

13131 31. Education ; July 1953. 42d edition. [1953.] 16 p. 

L. C. card 26-26105 

13132 62. Domestic commerce, business, patents and trade-marks ; June 1953. 31st 

edition. [1953.1 [2] +24 p. 
L. C. card 26-26374 

13133 62A. Foreign trade; Julv 1953. 4th edition. [1953.] 14 p. 

L. C. card 49-47077 

EDUCATION OFFICE, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

13134 Administration of foreign language program in elementary schools of 

Somerville, N. J., presented by Margaret C. McCormack. [1953.] 5 p. 
4° [Processed.] t (limited distribution.) FS5.S:M13 

Circulars, t (limited distribution.) FS5.4: (nos.) 

13135 300. Requirements and high school students' programs, Study of high school 

graduation requirements of States and of actual 4 year programs of 
students of selected high schools; [by Howard H. Cummings]. Feb. 
1949. cover title, [l] + 12+[4] p. 4° (Division of Secondary Educa- 
tion.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

13136 309. Suggestions relating to home and correspondence study [with list of sources 

for additional information] ; by Walter H. Gaumnitz. Revised June 
1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] 

13137 340. Selected references to extraclass activities, 1950-53 ; by Ellsworth Tomp- 

kins and Walter H. Gaumnitz. Revised June 1953. [1953.] 15 p. 4° 

[Processed.] 

L. C. card E 53-41 

13138 372. Statistics of public libraries in cities with populations of 100,000 or more, 

1952 ; by Marv M. Willhoite. Apr. 1953. [4] p. 4» 
L. C. card E 53-76 

13139 373. Junior high schools vs. traditional (8-4) high school organization [with 

some selected references and bibliographies] : prepared by Walter H. 
Gaumnitz and J. Dan Hull. May 1953. 13 p. 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card E 53-42 

13140 374. Statistics of 50 large county and regional libraries for 1952 ; by Mary M. 

Willhoite. May 1953. [4] p. 4» 

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18141 Government Publications 

18141 Conference on Role of Foreign Languages in American Schools, Jan. 1953, 
report on status of and practices in teaching of foreign languages in 
public elementary schools of United States; revised to July 1, 1953. 
[1953.] 31 p. 4° [Processed.] t (limited distribution). 
L. C. card E 53-29 FS 5.2 : F 76/5 

13142 Developing and introducing program of conversational Spanish in elemen- 

tary schools of Los Angeles, Calif. ; by Grace M. Dreier. [1953.] 11 p. 
4" [Processed.] t (limited distribution). FS5.8:D81 

13143 Expenditures for education in various sizes of school districts ; by Clayton 

D. Hutchins and Albert R. Munse. [1953.] [2] p. 4° [Processed. Re- 
print from School life, May 1953.] t (limited distribution). 

FS 5.7/a: Ex 71 

13144 Fifty years of flight; by Willis C. Brown. [1953.] [2] p. il. 4° [Proc- 

essed. Reprint from School life, Mar. 1953, v. 35, no. 6.] f (limited 
distribution ) . FS 5.7/a : F 644 

13115 General catalogs of educational films. June 1953. 3 p. 4° [Processed.] 
t (limited distribution). FS5.2:F48/5 

13146 How administrative problems connected with modern language instruction 

in elementary schools were solved in Cleveland ; by Emile B. deSauze. 
[1953.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] f (limited distribution). FS5.8:Sa8 

13147 How to obtain U. S. Government films, 1953 ; by Seerley Reed. [1953.] [2] 

p. 4° [Processed. Reprint from School life, Apr. 1953.] t (limited 
distribution ) . FS 5.7/a : F 487 

Misc. (series), t FS5.11: (nos.) 

13148 3345. Officer training for fire departments, suggestions for organizing and oper- 

ating training schools including sample subject outlines ; [by W. A. Roso]. 
Mar. 1951. cover title, [1]+21 p. 4" (Division of Vocational Educa- 
tion.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card E 53^4 

13149 3401. Resource material on inflation, suggestions for studying inflation as part 

of consumer education problems in homemaking classes ; [with list of 
references and teaching aids.] Aug. 1951. cover title, [1] + 13 p. 4" 
(Division of Vocational Education, Home Economics Education Service.) 
[Processed.] 

13150 Publications of Office of Education, [1942-] May 1, 1953. [1953.] [2] +13 

p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card E 53-22 FS 5.2 : P 96/942-53 

13151 Radio vs. television in schools ; by Franklin Dunham. [1953.] 2 p. il. 4° 

[Processed. Reprint from School life, May 1953.] t (limited distribu- 
tion). FS 5.7/a : R 118/4 

13152 Teaching aids for developing international understanding: Bibliography 

of Spanish books for children ; by Delia Goetz. [1953.] 11 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t (limited distribution). 
L. C. card E 53-43 FS 5.52 : Sp 2 

13153 Brief introduction to life in United States, books selected with special 

attention to ease in reading and popular appeal. [1953.] 11 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t (limited distribution). 

L. C. card E 53-43 FS 5.52 : Un 35 

13154 Latin America [list of references]. [1953.] 11 p. 4° [Processed.] 

t (limited distribution). 

L. C. card E 53-43 FS 5.52 : L 34 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

13155 Theory of personality applied to employment counseling [by Evelyn Mur- 

ray], n. p. [1953.] p. 298-393, 4° [Reprinted from Personnel & guid- 
ance journal, Feb. 1953.] f L 7.2 :P 43/3 

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August 1953 meg 

13156 Workers are young longer, report of findings and implications of public 

employment service studies of older workers in 5 cities [witli list of 
notes]. 3d printing, 1953. cover title, [2] +28+ [24] p. il. 4" [Proc- 
essed. Text and other illustrations on p. 2-3 of cover.] t 
L. C. card L. 52-161 L 7.2 : W 89/7/953 

ENGINEERS CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

Note.- — Orders or requests for publications of the Engineers Corps other than 
those sold by the Superintendent of Documents or by offices of the Engineers Corps 
in other cities, should be addressed to Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, Washington 
25, D. C, Attention Publications Office. 

Engineering manual, civil works construction. [Issued in loose leaf form.] 
t • Item 335 

13157 pt. 116. Hydraulic design : chap. 2, Reservoir outlet structures [with bibliog- 

raphy] ; Feb. 1953. [1953.] cover title, viii 4- 50 -f A5 + B2 p. 14 p. 

of pi. 4° [Preliminary. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

L. C. card 46-22706 D 103.14 : pt.H6/chap.2/prelim. 

13158 pt. 119. Soil mechanics design, chap. 4, Settlement analysis (with bibliography] ; 

Jan. 1903. [1953.] cover title, iii + 33 + A3 p. il. 4° 

L. C. card 46-22706 D 103.14 : pt. 119/chap.4 

13159 Report on recreational aspects of civil works water resources developments 

of Corps of Engineers. June 1950. 3+iii+55+[130] p. map in pocket, 
92 tab, 4° [Processed. Prepared for use of the President's Water 
Resources Policy Commission.] J 
L. C. card 53-61750 D 103.2 : R 24 

Technical memorandums. (Beach Erosion Board.) [Processed.] t 

D 103.19: (nos.) 

13160 32. Accuracy of hydrographic surveying in and near surf zone ; [by Thorndike 

Saville, jr., and Joseph M. Caldwell]. Mar. 1953. [2] + 17 + all p. il. 4° 

13161 40. Mechanics of deep water, shallow water, and breaking waves [with list of 

references; by Jack R. Morison and R. C. Crooke]. Mar. 1953. [2] + 14 
p. il. 4° 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

E (series). [Processed.] f 

13162 860. Tests of insecticides for grasshopper control, 1950, 1951, and 1952 ; by O. L. 

Barnes, F. T. Cowan, E. J. Hinman, N. J. Nerney, and Lee Seaton. July 
1953. 18 p. 4° A 77.313 : E-860 

ET (series). [Processed.] t 

13163 309. Bucket sampler for surface grain in elevator bins : by Gailen D. White. 

July 1953. 24- [2] p. il. 4» A 77.313 : 309 

13164 List of publications of Division of Insecticide Investigations, Jan. 1-June 

30,1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 77.318: 953 

EXTENSION SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 
Circular. 

13165 487. Extension activities and accomplishments, 1952; [by] Amelia S. Gordy. 

May 1953. cover title, [l]4-46 p. il. 4" (Division of Field Studies and 
Training.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] f A 43.4 : 487 

13166 Extension work in soil and water conservation, by S. P. Lyle. [1953.] 4 p. 

4° [Processed. Address given before Soil and Water Division, 46th 
annual meeting of American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Hotel 
William Penn, Pittsburgh, Pa., June 14-17, 1953.] t A 43.21 : L 98 

13167 Notes from papers presented at Second International Gerontological Con- 

gress, St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 9-14, 1951. [Nov. 1951.] 20 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] A 43.2 : G 31 

13168 Notes on aging, second series ; assembled by Lydia Ann Lynde. [Feb. 

1953.] 26 p. 4° [Processed.] t A43.2:Ag4 

13169 Parent and family life education, list of extension publications. Mar. 1952. 

21 p. 4° [Processed.] t A43.2:P2t 

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13170 Government Publications 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

Circulars (lettered-numbered series). A 72.4: (letters-nos.) 

13170 C-151. Changing grain storage costs, farm vs. elevator ; by Thomas E. Hall. 

Apr. 1953. [2] +18 p. 11. ([Cooperative Research and Service Divi- 
sion.]) [Includes list ot other Farm Credit Administration publica- 
tions available.] 'Paper, 10c. • Item 64 
L. C. card Agr 53-216 

13171 E— 35-E. Farmer cooperation, American way : sec. E, 4-H illustrated talk, Ameri- 

can private enterprise system, people working together + resources := 
great nation! [by Oscar R. LeBeau]. May 1953. [2] + 12 p. 11. 4° 
[Processed.] Prepared in cooperation with Extension Service and 
American Institute ot Cooperation.] t 

13172 E-37. Cooperative business training for farm youth [with selected references] ; 

by Oscar R. LeBeau and John H. Hechman. Mar. 1953. ii + 54 p. 11. 
([Cooperative Research and Service Division.]) [Includes list of 
other Farm Credit Administration publications available.] * Paper, 
20c. • Item 64 
L. C. card Agr. 53-220 

13173 E-40. Better living Apr. 1953. [2] +30 p. 11. 4° ( [Cooperative Research and 

Service Division.]) [Prepared in cooperation with Pennsylvania 
Association of Farmer Cooperatives and American Institute of Coop- 
eration.] t Director of Information and Extension. 
L. C. card Agr 53-221 

Miscellaneous report. [Processed.] t A72.8:(nos.) 

13174 171. Operations of regional cooperatives doing less than $5 million supply busi- 

ness, 1950—51 ; by Martin A. Abrahamsen and Anne L. Gessner. Apr. 1953. 
[2]+i + 29 p. 11. 4° (Cooperative Research and Service Division.) 
L. C. card Agr 53-196 

13175 175. Merchandising commercial frozen foods by locker plants, 1952 ; by L. B. Mann 

and Paul C. Wilkins. May 1953. [3] + 12+[l] p. il. 4° (Cooperative 

Research and Service Division.) [Study conducted with funds provided 

by Research and marketing act.] t 
L. C. card Agr 53-222 

News for farmer cooperatives, reprint (series), f 

13176 51. Breeding co-ops better Southeast dairy herds ; [by Claud L. Scroggs]. [1953.] 

[4] p. il. 4° [Processed. Reprinted from News for farmer cooperatives, 
June 1953.] A 72.10/a 2 : 51 

Summary (series). [Processed.] t 

13177 56. Summary of cooperative cases ; [prepared for Cooperative Research and 

Service Division by Farm Credit Division, Office of Solicitor]. May 1953. 
cover title, [1]+13 p. 4° [Includes comments on accounting-economic 
aspects of tax cases by George J. Waas. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

A 72.18 : 56 

FEDERAL CIVIL, DEFENSE ADMINISTRATION 

13178 Corner room shelter for family protection in atomic attack. [1953.] 

[2] +13 p. il. * Paper, 10c. • Item 432-B FCD 1.2 : Sh 4/3 

13179 Education for civil defense in health instruction and physical education, 

edited committee report [with bibliography] ; prepared by Elizabeth S, 
Avery, Gerald A. Garafloa, Howard Hoyman, Perry J. Sandell, Elizabeth 
K. Zimmerli. [1953.] [3] leaves+21 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-61746 FCD 1.2 : Ed 8 

13180 Lean-to shelters for family protection in atomic attack. [1953.] [2] +19 

p. il. * Paper, 10c. • Item 432-B FCD 1.2 : Sh 4 

13181 Outdoor shelters for family protection in atomic attack. [1953.] [2] +46 

p. il. * Paper, 15c. • Item 432-B FCD 1.2 : Sh 4/2 

Technical manual TM (series). 

13182 5-5. United States civil defense, home shelters for family protection in atomic 

attack [with list of Official civil defense publications]. July 1953. 

iv+86 p. 11. [Another illustration on p. 4 of cover.] • Paper, 30c. 
• Item 432-C 

L. C. card 53-61522 FCD 1.6/3 : 5-5 

13183 2% seconds, stop motion pictures of effects of heat and blast from 15-kiloton 

atomic explosion on house no. 1 in Mar. 17th FCDA test at AEC Nevada 
Proving Ground. 1953. 1 p. il. oblong f°, folded into 4° size. * Paper, 
$6.75 per 100 ; single copy 10c. • Item 432-B FCD 1.2 : T 93 

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August 1953 13194 

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS BUREAU, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong. 1st sess.). Public law 13, S3d Cong. 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, pro- 
vided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because al components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred 
to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

131S4 Rules and regulations for Federal credit unions, effective Oct. 27, 1952. 
[1952.] xv p. 4° [Title 45, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 301-320. 
Issued with perforations.] * (Sold only in combination with Federal 
credit union handbook FCU543 at 40c. per set, FS 3.306: F31/3). 

FS 3.306 : F 31/2/952 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, Housing and Home Finance 
Agency 

13185 Administrative rules and regulations under see. 8 of National housing act 

(new section added to title 1 of National housing act by Public law 475, 
81st Congress, approved Apr. 20, 1950). Apr. 20, 1950, reprinted [with 
changes] May 1953. [1]+19 p. 4° (FHA form 2000. [Includes all 
amendments through May 4, 1953.] t • Item 594 
L. C. card 53-61628 HH 2.6/2 : 8/953 

13186 Underwriting manual revision no. 22; June 3, 1953. [1953.] [6] p. 

[Issued in loose-leaf form.] f NHA 2.6 : Un 2/947/rev .pages 22 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Regulations (series). [Processed.] 

13187 D. Supplement to Regulation D, Reserves required to be maintained by member 

banks with Federal reserve banks. [1953.] 1 p. [Effective July 1, and 

July 9, 1953.] t FR 1.6 : 948/D/supp.-6 

13188 1953 survey of consumer finances : pt. 1, General financial position and eco- 

nomic outlook of consumers; Lprepared by Irving Schweiger]. n. p. 

[1953.] 16 p. il. 4° [Reprinted from Federal reserve bulletin, June 

1953.] 

L. C. card 50-39941 FR 1.3/a : F 49/953/pt.l 

13189 United States postwar investment in Latin America, n. p. [1953.] 6 p. 

il. 4° [Reprinted from Federal reserve bulletin for May, 1953.] t 

FR 1.3/a : In 8/2 

FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE, General Services Administration 

Note. — Publications of the Federal Supply Service, whether for sale or free, 
should be ordered from GSA, Regional Offices in Boston, New York, Atlanta, Chi- 
cago, Kansas City, Mo., Dallas, Denver, San Francisso, Seattle, and Washington, 
D. C. All checks and money orders shauld be made payable to the Treasurer of 
the United States. 

Federal standard stock catalog: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specification. [Is- 
sued with perforations.] • Item 563 

13190 AA-B-606a. Boxes, index card, wood; June 10, 1953. [1953.] S p. il. 4" 

[Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. AA-B-606 (GSA-FSS), Sept. 5, 
1951.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : AA-B-606a 

13191 DD-A-460. Adapter, Luer needle, glass ; June 10, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4° 

t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : DD-A-160 

13192 GG-A-671a. Arbor and band set, dental handpiece; June 24, 1953. [1953.] 

6 p. il. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. GG-A-00671 (Armv- 
Med), Aug. 22, 1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.S : GG-A-071a 

13193 GG-B-636a. Bracket, radiographic film hanger, storage : June 25, 1953. [195:;.] 

6 p. il. 4» [Supersedes Fed. spec. GG-B-636. June 5, 1945.1 
t Paper, 5c. GS 2.S : GG-B-636 A 

13194 GG-G-531a. Goggles and spectacles, all plastic, industrial : June 12, 1953. 

[1953.] 11 p. 4» [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. GG-G-531 (GSA- 
FSS), Mar. 10, 1952.] t Paper, 10c. GS 2.8 : GG-G-531a 

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Government Publications 



Federal standard stock catalog — Continued 

Hemacytometers, amdt. 1 ; June 26, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t 

GS 2.8 : GG-H-216a/amdt.l 

Safelights, darkroom, photographic; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 7 
p. 4° (Supersedes Fed. spec. GG-S-86, Mar. 7, 1945.1 t Pa- 
per, 5c. GS 2.8 : GG-S-86a 

Tube, centrifuge, (cellulose nitrate plastic) ; June 25, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. GG-T-00735 
(Army-Med). Nov. 26, 1952.) t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : GG-T-735a 
GGG-B-431a. Blades, saw, round (machine and hand) ; June 19, 1953. [1953.] 
7 p. 11. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. GGG-B-431 (Navy-Ships), 
Jan. 16, 1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : GGG-B-431a 

Chisels, hand, cold (for metal), amdt. 1; June 11, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 4° t GS 2.8 : GGG-C-313/amdt.l 

Packing tools, extracting and tamping, stuffing box packing and 
lantern glands; June 12, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. 11. 4° [Super- 
sedes GGG-P-15 (Navy-Ships), Jan. 31, 1953.] t Paper, 10c. 

GS 2.8 : GGG-P-l5a 

Rakes, hand, amdt. 4 ; June 9, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. il. 12° [Super- 
sedes Amendment 3, May 4, 1951.] t 

T 58.10/3 : GGG-E-96/amdt.4 

Sticks, packing ; June 12, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 11. 4° [Supersedes 
Int. Fed. spec. GGG-S-00751 (Navy-Ships), June 17, 1952.] 

GS 2.8 : GGG-S-751a 

Tapes, measuring, general-use, amdt. 3; June 9, 1953. [1953.] 4 
p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 2, July 21, 1949.] t 

T 58.10/3 : GGG-T-106/amdt.3 

Inhibitors, pickling (for use with sulfuric acid) ; June 25, 1953. 
[1953.] 6 p. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. O-I-501 (Navy- 
Ships), Mar. 27, 1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : O-I-501a 

Pyrethrum extract ; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Supersedes 
Int. Fed. spec. O-P-921 (Navy-Ships), Feb. 28, 1952.] t Pa- 
per, 5c. GS 2.8 : 0-P-921a 

Grinders, precision and tool post, machine-mounted, electric, amdt. 
1 ; June 26, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t GS 2.8 : OO-G-673/amdtJ. 

Absorbent material, oil and water, for floors and desks ; June 4, 
1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. P-O-341 
(Navy-Ships), July 1, 1952.] t Paper, 5e. GS 2.8 : P-A-91 

Paper, abrasive, garnet; June 17, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes Fed. spec. P-P-121, Nov. 15, 1932.] t Paper, 5e. 

GS 2.8 : P-P-121a 

Powder, scouring (for) floors, cancellation ; June 18, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 12° [Federal specification P-P-591a. Powder, scouring 
(for) floors, Mar. 3, 1949, has been cancelled and superseded 
by Federal specification P-S-311, Scouring compound for floors, 
June 18, 1953.] T 58.10/3 : P-P-591a/cancel. 

Scouring compound for floors; June 18, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 
[Supersedes Fed. spec. P-P-591a, Mar. 3, 1949.] t Paper, 5c. 

GS 2.8 : P-S-311 

Sodium hydroxide, technical, for cleaning purposes ; June 18, 
1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. P-S-631a, June 
8,1951.] t Paper, 5c. • Item 563 GS 2.8 : P-S-631b 

Turkeys, dressed, and ready-to-cook (chilled and frozen) ; June 
4. 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. PP-T-791b, 
Nov. 10, 1943.] t Paper, 10c. • Item 563 GS 2.8 : PP-T-791c 

Lead, sheet ; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. 
QQ-L-201, Jan. 10, 1933.] t Paper, 5c. • Item 563 

GS 2.8 : QQ-L-201a 

Cloth, wire, screen, cancellation ; July 8. 1953. 1953. 1 p. 12° t 
T 58.10/3 : RR-C-451a/cancel. 

Urinals, male patients (corrosion-resisting steel) ; June 10. 19o3. 
[1953.] 6 p. il. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. RR-U-691. Mav 28, 
19401. f Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : RR-U-691a 

Rope, mildew-resistant ; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° t Paper, 
5c. GS 2.8 : T-R-616 

Impression material, hydrocolloidal, agar type, dental ; June 10, 
1053. [1953.] 8 p. 11. 4» [Supersedes Fed. spec. U-I-496, 
Oct. 2, 1940]. t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : TJ-I-496a 

Cases, mailing, dental ; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4" t Paper, 
5c. GS 2.8 : UD-C-260 

Paper, blotting, amdt. 1 ; June 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t 

GS 1.8 : UU-P-63a/amdt.l 

Towels, paper, amdt. 1 ; June 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t 

GS 2.8 : TJU-T-591b./amdt.l 

Laces, footwear, spun nylon; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 
[Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. V-L-0061 (GSA-FSS), Oct. 31, 
1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : V-L-61a 

Federal supply schedule : Class 28, Marginally punched continuous forms 
(item 2S-F-24060), July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. [1953.] 102 p. 4° 
(Region 3.) [Processed.] J GS 2.7 : 28/953-54 

Class 35, pt. 2, Periodicals and law books, July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. 

[1953.] [l]+vi+58p. 4° (Region 3.) J GS 2.7 : 35/2/953-54 



13195 


GG-H-216a. 


13196 


GG-S-86a. 


13197 


GG-T-735a. 


13198 


GGG-B-431 a 


13199 


GGG-C-313. 


13200 


GGG-P-15a. 


13201 


GGG-R-96. 


13202 


GGG-S-751a. 


13203 


GGG-T-106. 


13204 


O-I-501a. 


13205 


0-P-921a. 


13206 


OO-G-673. 


13207 


P-A-91. 


13208 


P-P-121a. 


13209 


P-P-591a. 


13210 


P-S-311. 


13211 


P-S-631D. 


13212 


PP-T-791C. 


13213 


QQ-L-201a. 


13214 


RR-C-Hl51a. 


13215 


RR-U-691a. 


13216 


T-R-616. 


13217 


U-I-496a. 


13218 


UU-C-260. 


13219 


UU-P-63a. 


13220 


UU-T-591b. 


13221 


V-L-61a. 



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August 1953 13240 

Federal supply schedule — Continued 

13224 — —Class 54, pt. 3, see. B, Office equipment (see Class 54, pt. 3, sec. A, for 

additional office equipment items), July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. [1953.] 
35 p. 4° (Region 3.) [Processed.] J GS 2.75 : 54/pt.3/see.B/953-54 

13225 Class 103, pt. 4, Wiping cloth service, July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. 

[1953.] 4 p. 4° (Region 3.) [Processed.] J GS 2.7 : 103/pt.4/953-54 

13226 Classes 54 and 104, pt. 1, Typewriters (manual and electric), purchase, 

exchange allowances, and repair parts, maintenance and reconditioning 
of electric typewriters, July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. [1953.] 16 p. 4° 
(Region 3.) [Processed.] t GS 2.7: 54, 104/pt.l/953-54 

Interim Federal specification. [Processed. Issued with perforations.] t 

13227 GGG-B-00451 (Navy Ships). Blades, hacksaw, hand and power; Sept. 18, 1952. 

[1952.] 6 p. 4° [Supersedes MIL-B-15818A 
<Ships), Feb. 15, 1951 used in lieu of MIL-B- 
1367, Aug. 31, 1949.] 

GS 2.8/5 : GGG-B-00451 (Navy Ships) 

13228 Same, amdt. 3; May 5. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

[Supersedes Amendment 2, Apr. 10. 1953.] 
GS 2.8/5 : GGG-B-00451 (Navy Shipsl/amdt.3 

13229 QQ-S-00766b (Ships). Steel, corrosion resisting, plates, sheets and strips; 

June 10, 1953. [1953.] 20+ [1 ] p. il. 4° 

GS 2.8/5 : QQ-S-0076GM Ships) 

13230 Revision no. 1 to July 1953 Stores stock catalog. July 1, 1953. [5] p. 4° 

[Processed.] t GS 2.2 : St 7/953-2/rev.l 

FINE ARTS COMMISSION 

13231 Art and Government, report to the President by Commission of Fine Arts on 

activities of Federal Government in field of art. 1953. v+141 p. 4° 

* Paper, $1.00. • Item 432 

L. C. card 53-61728 FA 1.2 : G 74 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, Interior Dept. 

C. F. S. (series). (Branch of Commercial Fisheries). [Processed.] t 

149.8/2: (nos.) 

13232 882. Canned fish & byproducts, 1952, United States, Alaska, and Hawaii, annual 

summary. [1953.] [1] +19 p. il. 4° 

13233 889. Imports & exports of fishery products, 1948-52, annual summaries. [1953.] 

[l]+7 p. il. 4° 

13234 892. Alaska fisheries, 1952, annual summary. [1953.] [1] + 6 p. 11. 4° (Branch 

of Alaska Fisheries.) 

13235 893. New England fisheries, 1951, annual summary. [1953.] [l]+6p. il. 4° 

Circular. 

13236 21. Survey of fishery activities, 1953, catalogue of current research and manage- 

ment projects pertaining to sport fisheries of United States : compiled by 
Branch of Federal Aid. May 1953. [l]+iii + 133 p. 4° [Text and illus- 
trations on p. 1-2, and 4 of cover.] % I 49.4 : 21 

13237 Fish and wildlife conservation in river basin development, progress report 

on coordination of fish and wildlife interests with water development 
programs. June 1952, reprocessed Sept. 1952. [3]+67+[l] p. 15 pi. 4° 
(Office of River Basin Studies) [Another illustration on front cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61635 I 49.2 : F 53/6 

Fishery bulletin. • Item 611 

13238 79. Stabilization of phosphate ratio of sea water by freezing [with literature 

cited] ; by Albert W. Collier and Kenneth T. Marvin. 1953. ii + 71-76 p. 4° 

[Text on p. 2 of cover. From Fishery bulletin, v. 54.] • Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 53-61517 I 49.27 : 79 

Fishery leaflets. [Processed.] t I 49 .2S: (nos.) 

13239 168. Commercial fishery laws and regulations ; by Ruth V. Keefe. Revised June 

1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 

13240 411. Care of tropical aquarium fishes [with suggested reading list] ; prepared in 

Branch of Game-fish and Hatcheries. Nov. 1952. 16 p. 4» [Supersedes 
Leaflet FL-165, Some tropical aquarium fishes.] 

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13241 Government Publications 

Special scientific report : Fisheries (series). [Processed.] \ 

149.15/2: (nos.) 

13241 83. Five Japanese papers on skipjack [with list of literature cited] translated 

from Japanese language ; by W. G. Van Campel. Washington, Aug. 1952. 
[4] +78 p. 11. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

13242 97. Sen lamprey spawning, Wisconsin and Minnesota streams of Lake Superior 

[with list of literature cited] ; hy Howard A. Loeb. [Washington, D. C, 
June 1953.1 [2] leaves + 30 p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

13243 101. Fluctuation in trap net catches in upper Mississippi River [with list of 

references citedl ; by D. W. Kelley. [May 1953.] [2] leaves + 38 p. il. 4° 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] % 

13244 102. Pilchard eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1951 [with 

list of literature cited] ; by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. [Washington, D. C, May 
1953.] [l] + 55 p. 11. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

13245 103. Length measurements of Lake Yellowstone trout [with list of references] ; 

by Oliver B. Cope. [Washington, D. C, June 1953.] [2] +17 p. il. 4° 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

13246 104. Survev of domestic tuna industry [with bibliographies] ; bv A. W. Anderson, 

W. H. Stoltlng, and associates. [1952.] xv + 430 p. il. 4" 

Wildlife (series). [Processed.] % 1 49.15/3: (nos.) 

13247 17. Investigations of methods of appraising abundance of mourning doves [with 

lists of references cited; articles]. Washington, Sept. 1952. [3] + 53 p. 
il. 24 pi. 4° [Prepared in cooperation with Georgia State Game and Fish 
Commission, Tennessee Division of Game and Fish, Wisconsin Conservation 
Department, University of Georgia, University of Tennessee, University of 
Wisconsin. Wildlife Management Institute. Previous issues not entered 
in the Monthly catalog.] 
1324S 18. Investigations of woodcock snipe, and rails in 1952; [articles]. [1953.] 
[2] +55 p. il. 4° [Prepared in cooperation with Canadian Department of 
Resources and Development, Canadian Wildlife Service.] 

13249 Waterfowl conservation in lower San Joaquin Valley, Calif., its relation 

to grasslands and Central Valley project. Washington, D. C, Oct. 1950, 
reprinted Mar. 1951. [l]+viii+[2]+123 p. il. 1 pi. 4° [Processed. 
Some of the pages are issued as leaves.] % 
L. C. card 53-61747 1 49.2 : W 29 

Wildlife leaflets. [Processed.] f 149.13: (nos.) 

13250 341. Availability of surplus big-game animals on national wildlife refuges. Sept. 

1952. 6 p. 4» 

13251 342. Inventory of big-game animals of United States, 1950 and 1951 ; compiled 

in Section of Wildlife Investigations on Public Lands, Branch of Wildlife 
Research. Oct. 1952. [5] leaves, 4" 

13252 343. Abstract of fur laws, 1952-53 ; compiled by Frank G. Ashbrook. Oct. 1952. 

43 p. 4° 

13253 344. Seals, sea-lions, and sea otter of Pacific Coast, information with drawings 

to aid in field identification ; by Karl W. Kenyon and Victor B. Scheffer. 
Feb. 1953. [1] +2S p. il. [Another illustration on front cover.] % 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health. Education, and Welfare was established as an 
executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, S3d Cong., 
1st sess.). Public law 13, S3d Cong., 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, provided that 
the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

Service and regulatory announcements: Food, drug and cosmetic (series). 
• Item 4S0 

13254 2, pt. 18. Milk and cream, definitions and standards under Federal food, drug, and 

cosmetic act. Reprinted May 1953. 4 p. [Originally published in 
Federal Register, July 2, 1940, amendments were published Oct. 21, 
1943 and Aug. 9, 1951.] » Paper, 5c. FS 13.115 : 2/pt.l8 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

13255 Bamboo as building material [with list of selected references] ; by F. A. 

McClure. Washington, D. C., May 1953. vi+52 p. il. 4° [Processed. 
Contribution of Point 4 program, administered by Technical Coopera- 
tion Administration, Slate Department. Published in cooperation with 
Institute of Inter-American Affairs. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 
L. C. card 53-61541 A 67.2 : B 21 

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13257 
13258 
13259 



13260 FC 18-52 



FD 5-53. 
FD 6-53. 



August 1953 



Foreign agriculture circulars. [Processed.] t A 67.18: (letters-nos. ) 

FC 14—53. Egyptian government plans cotton policy for 1953—54 season. 

June 19, 1953. 3 p. 4» 
FC 15-53. Foreign market notes, cotton. June 24, 1953. 2 p. 4° 
FC 16-53. Drought reduces Mexicos' 1953 cotton crop. June 30, 1953. 9 p. 4° 
FC 17—53. Foreign market notes, cotton, cotton situation in western Kurope : 

by Francis II. Whitaker. July 6, 1953. 5 p. 4" 
British arrangements for cotton buying, 1953-54. July 7, 1953. 

6 p. 4" 
Foreign market notes, cotton. July 8, 1953. 2 p. 4° t 
Trends in dairy production and trade in western Europe. June 29, 

1953. lS+[9] p. 4° t 
World production of dairy products, 1st quarter, 1953. June 29, 

1953. 2+ [2] p. 4" 
Intake of dairy products into certain Asiatic countries, summary and 

conclusions. July 3, 1953. 4+ [4] p. 4° 
FDAP 2-53. World apple and pear production up. July 20, 1953. 4 p. 
FFO 19-53. Presidential proclamation would affect U. S. imports of oils. 

June 16, 1953. 3 p. 4» 
FFO 20—53. World soybean production approximates 1950 record. June 19, 

1953. 11 p. 4° 
FFO 21-53. World peanut crop smallest of postwar period. June 29, 1953. 

20 p. 4» 
FFO 22-53. World exports of palm oil and palm kernels up in 1952. July 17, 

1953. 12 p. 4° 
FLM 6—53. World horse numbers in 1952 and 1953, work stock in specified 

countries. June 18, 1953. 4 + [3] p. 4« 
FLM 7-53. Meat production during 1952. June 19, 1953. 2+ [3] p. II. 4° 
FN 6-53. Foreign shelled almond production below last year ; [by W. R. 

Schreiber]. June 29, 1953. 9 p. 4° 
Mediterranean basin filbert forecast larger than last year. July 13, 

1953. 8 p. 4» 

FR 8-53. Record world price crop confirmed. June 8, 1953. 4 p. 4° 
FR 9-53. Volume of world rice export unchanged in 1952, surplus for export 

larger this year. June 22, 1953. 4+[l] p. 4° 
FR 10-53. World exportable rice supplies increase in 1953 ; [by L. Thelma 

Willahan]. June 29, 1953. 5 p. 4° t 
FVF 2—53. Recent developments in rayon and synthetic textile industry in 

Japan, by Cecille M. Protzman. July 3, 1953. 6 p. 4° 
FW 3-53. World wool production in 1953. June 19, 1953. 4+[l] p. 4° 



13263 

13264 

13265 
13266 

13267 

13268 

13269 

13270 



13273 FN 7-53. 



13276 
13277 
13278 



Foreign agriculture report. 
13279 75. European markets for United States fats and oils ; by Paul E. Quintus. 
June 1953. v + 29 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card Agr 53-215 A 67.16 : 75 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 



132S1 
132S2 



132S4 
13285 
13286 
13287 
132S8 
132S9 
13290 



Business information service. [Processed.] 

Confectionery sales and distribution, 1951 ; [prepared by Earl L. Winger]. 
June 1953. cover title, 58 p. il. 4° (Office of Industry and Commerce.) 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.] t Paper-, 60c. C 18.228 : C 76/2 

International trade statistics series. (Office of International Trade.) 

[Processed.] 
United States leading exports and imports in 1952. May 1953. 4 p. 4° (Inter- 
national Economic Analysis Division.) t Paper, 5c. C 18. 22S : T 67/13 
United States trade with Australia, annual 1951 and 1952 and quarterly 1952. 
June 1953. 2 p. 4° (International Economic Analysis Division.) | Paper, 5c. 

C 18.228 :T 67/12 

United States trade with OEEC countries and other western Europe, annual 1951 

and 1952 and quarterly 1952. June 1953. 40 p. 4° (Intel-national Economic 

Analysis Division. ) t Paper, 40c. 



C 18.228 : T 67/951-52 

( Office of International 

C18.228: W89/(nos.) 

June 



Business information service : World trade series, 
Trade.) [Processed.] 

403. Malava, economic review, 1952 ; prepared in Far Eastern Division 

1953. 8 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

404. Preparing shipments to Portuguese Africa, documentary requirements and 

customs regulations. June 1953. 10 p. 4° f Paper, 10c. 

405. Norway, summary of basic economic information ; prepared by R. W. Hamer- 

schlag. June 1953. 20 p. il. 4° t Paper, 20c. 

407. Australia, summary of basic economic information, arranged for publication 

in British Commonwealth Division. June 1953. IS p. 4° t Paper, 20c. 

408. Mexico, summary of basic economic information, arranged for publication in 

American Republics Division. June 1953. 25 p. 4° t Paper, 25c. 

409. France, regulations governing entry of baggage and effects; [prepared in 

European Division]. June 1953. 4 p. 4" t Paper, 5c. 

410. Switzerland, regulations governing entry of baggage and effects; [prepared 

in European Division]. June 1953. 3 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

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13291 Government Publications 

Business information service: World trade series — Continued 
13201 411. Thailand, economic review, 1052 ; prepared in Far Eastern Division. June 
1953. 10 p. 4« t Paper, 10c. 

13292 412. Establishing business in Syria, arranged for publication in Near Eastern and 

African Division. June 1953. 17 p. 4° t Paper, 20c. 
18293 413. Nicaragua, economic review, 1952, arranged for publication in American 
Republic Division. June 1953. 6 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

13294 414. Establishing business in United Kingdom. June 1953. 6 + 2 p. 4« t Paper, 

10c. 

13295 415. Preparing shipments to Argentina, revised by American Embassy, Buenos 

Aires, and arranged for publication In American Republics Division. 
June 1953. 20 p. 4» t Paper, 20c. 
13290 410. Guatemala, economic review, 1952, based on report by American Embassy, 
Guatemala City, arranged for publication in American Republics Division ; 
prepared by G. E. Larsen, assisted by E. H. Miller, C. B. McKnight, and 
A. B. Wardlow. June 1953. 9 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

13297 417. Denmark, regulations governing entry of baggage and effects ; [prepared in 

European Division]. June 1953. 4 p. 4" t Paper, 5c. 

13298 419. Ethiopia, economic review, 1952, based on report by Clarence T. Breaux, 2d 

secretary, American Embassy, Addis Ababa, arranged for publication in 
Near Eastern and African Division. June 1953. 11 p. 4° t Paper, 15c. 

13299 Investment in Colombia, conditions and outlook for U. S. investors [with 

bibliography]. [1953.] vi+126 p. il. 2 maps. (International Trade 
Office.) [The illustrations comprise 2 p. of maps in the preliminary 
paging.] * Paper, 55c. • Item 215 
L. C. card 53-61736 C 18.2 : In 8/4 

13300 OIT improves its trade list service. [1953.] [1] p. 4° [Reprint from 

Foreign commerce weekly, June 29, 1953.] f C 18.5/la : T 675/13 

FOREST SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

13301 Annual report, [calendar year] 1952, California Forest and Range Experi- 

ment Station. [1953.] cover title, [2] leaves+55 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-60443 A 13.62/1 : 952 

13302 1952 annual report, Southern Forest Experiment Station. [1953.] cover 

title, ii+116 p. il. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 

L. C. card 45-36584 A 13.40/1 : 952 

Central States Forest Experiment Station : Technical papers. [Proc- 
essed.] t A 13.68/7: (nos.) 

13303 133. Making farm woodland improvement pay [with list of literature cited] ; by 

J. F. Hosner, R. D. Lane. June 1953. cover title, [2] +12 p. il. 4» 
[Prepared in cooperation with Agriculture Department, Southern Illinois 
University. Text and illustration on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] 

13304 134. Poor oak sites may grow good pine ; by Leon S. Minckler. June 1953. 6 p. 

11. 4° 

13305 Control of weed trees, with special reference to low-grade hardwoods invad- 

ing pine sites, references from Jan. 1930-May 15, 1947; compiled by 
Roberta C. Watrous. Aug. 1, 1948. 3 p. 4° (Southern Forest Experi- 
ment Station.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Agriculture 
Department Library.] f A 13.40/8 : W 41 

13306 supplement ; compiled by Henry Bull. Apr. 30, 1948. 3 p. 4° (South- 
ern Forest Experiment Station.) [Processed. Supplement to list com- 
piled May 15, 1947 in Agriculture Department Library by Roberta C. 
Watrous.] t A 13.40/8 : W 41/supp. 

Forest Products Laboratory : [Reports]. [Processed.] t 

A 13.27/14: (nos.) 

13307 R 1606-6. Uses of wood wastes in pulp and paper products ; by C. E. Hrubesky. 

May 1953. 6 p. 4° 
1330S R 1943. Effects of tension wood in hardwood lumber and veneer [by Maxon T. 

Pillow]. Apr. 1953. cover title, 6 p. 8 p. of pi. 4° 
13309 D 1945. Steam heating systems in lumber dry kilns; [by E. F. Rasmussen]. 

June 1953. cover title, 7 p. 4° 

13.U0 Forest Products Laboratory research program, 1953-54. July 1, 1953. 
cover title, [106] p. 4° [Processed. For official use.] t 
L. C. card 50-26025 A 13.27/2 : R 31/954 

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August 1953 13328 

13311 Good farm forty, 15th annual cut, good farm forestry forty. [1953.] [6] 

p. il. 4° ( [Southern Forest Experiment Station.] ) [Processed. Relates 
to 1952 cutting record, farm forestry compartment 51, Crossett Experi- 
mental Forest] t A 13.40/2 : F 22/2 

Lake States Forest Experiment Station : Miscellaneous report. [Proc- 
essed.] t 

13312 23. Managing northern hardwoods in Lake States ; by Carl Arbogast, jr. Apr. 

21, 1953. [11 + 711 leaves, 4° [Paper presented at annual meeting of 
Wisconsin-upper Michigan section of Society of American Foresters, Madi- 
son, Wis., Feb. 20, 1953.] f A 13.G1/9 : 23 

13313 Management of loblolly-shortleaf pine-hardwood forests [bibliography] ; 

compiled by Frances J. Flick. May 16, 1947. 6 p. 4° (Southern Forest 
Experiment Station.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Agri- 
culture Department Library. ] j A 13.40/S : P 65 

Northeastern Forest Experiment Station : Station paper. [Processed.] t 

13314 56. Summary of tree-breeding experiments by Northeastern Forest Experiment 

Station, 1947-50 [with iist of literature cited; by] Jonathan W. Wright. 
1953. cover title, [1] +47 p. il. 4° [Text and map on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] 

A 13.42/16 : 56 

Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station : Forest survey 
reports. [Processed.] f A 13.66/8: (nos.) 

13315 108. Forest statistics for Clark County, Wash. ; by F. L. Moravets. Apr. 1953. 

[3]+ii + 25 p. il. map, 4° (Division of Forest Economics.) [Some of 
these pages are issued as leaves. Text and map on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] 

13316 109. Forest statistics for Pacific County, Wash. ; by F. L. Moravets. June 1953. 

[3] +ii + 25 p. il. map 4° [Some of these pages are issued as leaves. Text 
and map on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] 

Range research report. [Processed.] t 

13317 2. Appraisal of range survey methods from standpoint of effective range manage- 

ment [with list of literature cited] ; by Elbert H. Reid and G. D. Pickfod, 
assisted by N. Talmage Nelson. June 1942. v + 66 p. il. 3 pi. 4° 

A 13.66/9 : 2 

Research note. [Processed.] | 

13318 84. Reproduction following small group cuttings in virgin Douglas-fir ; bv Norman 

P. Worthington. Apr. 1953. 5 p. 4° A 13.66/7 : 84 

13319 Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, list of publica- 

tions, 193S-52. Portland, Oreg., Jan. 1953. [2] +26 p. 4° [Processed] f 

A 13.66/2 : P 96/2/93S-52 

13320 Poor farm forty, 14th annual cut. [1953.] [4] p. il. 4° ([ Southern Forest 

Experiment Station.] ) [Processed. Relates to 1952 cutting record, poor 
farm forestry compartment 56, Crossett Experimental Forest.] t 

A 13.40/2 : F 22 

13321 Small forests add up to big forestry job, by Richard E. MeArdle, chief, 

Forest Service, Department of Agriculture. [1953.] 7+[l] leaves, 4° 
[Processed. Presented at Farm Woodlot Conference, Chicago, June 25, 
1953.] t A 13.35 : M 11/2 

Southeastern Forest Experiment Station : Station papers. [Processed.] 

A 13.63/9: (nos.) 

13322 13. Forest research in the Southeast ; by E. L. Demmon. Nov. 1951. cover title, 

11 p. 4° [Maps on p. 1 and 2 of cover. Presented at 29th annual meeting 
of Association of State Foresters, Charleston, S. C, Oct. 3, 1951.] 

13323 14. Observations on heat tolerance of southern pine needles [with list of literature 

cited] ; by Ralph M. Nelson. Jan. 1952. cover title, 6 p. il. 4° 

13324 15. Hereditary variation as basis for selecting superior forest trees [with list 

of literature cited] ; by Keith W. Dorman. cover title, [2] + 88 p. il. 4° 
[Prepared in cooperation with Committee on Southern Forest Tree Improve- 
ment.] 

13325 16. Comparative stumpage prices for small pine saw timber and pulpwood ; by 

T. A. McClay. Apr. 1952. cover title, 7 p. il. 4° [Page 7, last page of 
text is printed on inside of back cover.] 

13326 17. Directory of forest genetic activities in the South: by Keith W. Dorman. 

July 1952. cover title, [l]+ii + 17 p. il. 4° [Prepared in cooperation 
with Committee on Southern Forest Tree Improvement.] 

13327 18. Re-establishing pine on Piedmont cutover land [with list of literature cited] ; 

by E. V. Brender and T. C. Nelson. Aug. 1952. cover title, 8 p. il. 4" 
1332S 19. Guide to Hitchiti Forest Research Center ; by Ernst V. Brender. Oct. 1952. 
cover title, 26 p. il. 4° [Map on p. 2 of cover.] 

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13329 Government Publications 

Southeastern Forest Experiment Station : Station papers — Continued 

13329 20. Suggested projects in genetic improvement of southern forest trees; by Com- 

mittee on Southern Forest Tree Improvement. Dec. 1952. cover title, 
12 p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] 

13330 21. Interception of rainfall in young loblolly pine plantation; by Marvin D. 

Hoover. Jan. 1953. cover title, 13 p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 

13331 23. Development of automatic wood-burning furnace for curing bright-leaf tobacco, 

progress report bv Walton R. Smith. R. H. Miller, O. A. Brown and N. W. 
Weldon. Apr. 1953. cover title, [1] +21+ [25] p. il. 4» t A 13.63/9 : 23 

Southern Forest Experiment Station : Forest survey release. [Proc- 
essed.] t 

13332 72. 1952 pulpwood production in the South; [by] W. S. Stover and .T. F. Chris- 

topher. May 1953. cover title, ii + 34 p. il. 2 maps, 4° [Prepared in 
cooperation with Southeastern Forest Experiment Station and Southern 
Pulpwood Conservation Association. Text on p. 2 of cover.] A 13.40/5 : 72 

Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station : Research notes. 
[Processed.] f 

13333 123. Ponderosa pine, good pole wood; by E. S. Kotok. May 1953. 4 p. 4° 

A 13.43/7 : 123 

Research reports. [Processed.] f A 13.43/8 : (nos.) 

13334 9. Intermediate wheatgrass for reseeding southwestern ponderosa pine and 

upper woodland ranges in the southwest ; by Fred Lavin. Mar. 1953. 
cover title, [1] + 11 p. il. 4° 

13335 10. Guide for reseeding burned and logged-over ponderosa pine lands in the 

southwest; by Fred Lavin. Mar. 1953. cover title, [1]+11 leaves, il. 4° 

13336 White oak (Quercus alba L.), bibliography; compiled by Helen Boyd. 

Apr. 25, 1949. 13 p. 4° (Southern Forest Experiment Station.) [Proc- 
essed. Prepared in cooperation with Agriculture Department Library, 
Louisiana branch.] t A 13.40/8 : Oa 4 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

13337 Appendix, index digest, table of statutes cited, etc., pertaining to v. 31 of 

Decisions of comptroller general, July 1, 1951-June 30, 1952, Lindsay C. 
Warren, comptroller general, Frank L. Yates, assistant comptroller gen- 
eral. [1953.] v+ix-xxvii+ 719-948 p. * Paper, 55e. 

GA 1.5/a : 31/app.& ind. 

GEOGRAPHIC NAMES BOARD, Interior Dept. 



13338 

13339 

13340 

13341 

13342 
13343 

13344 

13345 

13346 

13347 

13348 

13349 



Decision lists. [Processed.] t 133.5/2: (nos.) 

5002. Korea, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Korea. [1953.] 3 leaves. [Addi- 
tions and changes included bring up to date (May 1953) Cumulative 
decision list 5002.] 

5004. Brazil, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Brazil. [1953.] 2 leaves. 

[Changes included bring up to date (May 1953) Cumulative decision list 
5004.] 

5005. Yugoslavia, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Yugoslavia. [1953.] 2 

leaves. [Changes and additions included bring up to date (May 1953) 
Cumulative decision list 5005.] 
5103. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in 
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. [1953.1 2 leaves. [Changes in- 
cluded bring up to date (May 1953) Cumulative decision list 5103.] 

5105. Belgium, supp. 1 to Decision on names in Belgium. 11053.] 1 p. [Changes 

included bring up to date (May 1953) Decision list 5105.] 

5106. Burma, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Burma. [1953.] 1 p. [Changes, 

additions, and deletions included bring up to date (May 1953) Decision 

list 5106.] 
Federation of Malaya, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Federation of 

Malaya. [1953.] 1 p. [Change indicated brings up to date (May 

1953) Cumulative decision list 5202.] 
Indochina, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Indochina. [1953.] 1 p. 

[Addition indicated brings up to date (May 1953) Cumulative decision 

list 5203.] 
Panama, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Panama. [1953.] 1 p. 

[Changes included will bring up to date (May 1953) Cumulative decision 

list 5206.] 
5211. Japan, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Japan. [1953.] 1 p. [Changes 

and additions included bring up to date (Mat 1953) Cumulative decision 

list 5211.] 
Republic of the Philippines, supp. 1 to Decisions on names in Repuhlic of 

the Philippines. [1953.] 1 p. [Changes included bring up to date 
(May 1953) Cumulative decision list 5212.1 
Decisions on miscellaneous foreign names. June 1953. [2]+ii + 36 p. 



5202. 



5203. 



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August 1953 13359 

Special publications. [Processed.] t 133.7: (nos.) 

13350 03. British Honduras, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographical names 

in British Honduras. [1053.] 2 leaves. [Additions included hring up 
to date (May 1H53 i decision list in Special publication 63.1 
L. C. card 47-46348 

13351 66. Honduras, supp. 1 to Directions for of geographical names in Honduras. 

[1H53.] 3 leaves. [Changes and additions included bring up to date 
(May 1953) decision list in Special publication 66.] 

13352 70. Ecuador, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographical names in Ecuador. 

[ 11153. ] 1 p. [Changes and additions included bring up to date (May 
1053) decision list in Special publication 70.] 

13353 72. Costa Rica, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographic names in Costa 

Rica. [1953.] 2 leaves. [Changes included bring up to date (May 1953) 
decision list in Special publication 72.] 

13354 74. Cuba, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographical names in Cuba. 

[1953.] 2 leaves. [Additions or changes included bring up to date (May 
1953) decision list in Special publication 74.] t 

13355 79. El Salvador, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographical names in 

El Salvador. 1 p. [1953.] [Additions included bring up to date' (May 
1953) decision list in Special publication 79.] 

13356 81. Venezuela, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographic names in Vene- 

zuela. [11J53.] 2 leaves. [Changes and additions included bring up to 
date (May 1053) decision list in Special publication SI.] 

13357 82. Haiti and Dominican Republic, supp. 1 to geographic names in Haiti and 

Dominican Republic. [1953.] 2 leaves. [Changes and additions included 
bring up to date (May 1953) decision list in Special publication 82.] 

13358 89. Chile, supp. 1 to Directions for treatment of geographic names in Chile. 

[1953.] 1 p. [Changes included bring up to date (May 1953) decision 
list in Special publication 89.] 



Bulletins 
982-P. 



13360 989-B. 



13361 
13362 



991-D 
993. 



13363 998-A 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Interior Dept. 

• Item 620 119.3: (nos.) 
Magnetite deposits of Sterling Lake, N. Y.-Ringwood, N. J., area [with 

list of references cited; by Preston E. Hotz]. 1953. vi + 153-244 
p. il. 5 maps in pocket. [Contribution to economic geology, 1952.] 

* Paper, $1.25 
Gypsum deposits near Iyoukeen Cove, Chichagof Island, Southeastern 

Alaska [with list of references cited ; by G. M. Flint, jr., and E. H. 
Cobb]. 1953. iii + 27-37 p. il. map in pocket. [Mineral resources 
of Alaska, 1951.] * Paper, 30c. 

See entry 14104. 

Refractory clay deposits of south-central Colorado, description of re- 
fractory and semirefractory clays in Purgatoire formation and Dakota 
sandstone [with list of references cited] ; by Karl M. Waage. 1953. 
vi + 104 p. il. 5 pi. in pocket. • Paper, 65c. 
L. C. card GS 53-205. 

Zinc-copper deposit at Tracy Arm, Petersburg district, Alaska, study of 
Tracy Arm zinc-copper prospect ; by H. R. Gault and R. E. Fellows. 
1953. v + 13 p. il. 3 pi. in pocket. [Zinc and lead deposits of south- 
eastern Alaska.] * Paper, 35c. 

13364 1102-A. See entry 14104. 

Circulars, t 149.4/2: (nos.) 

13365 237. Monazite deposits of southeastern Atlantic States [with list of references 

cited] ; by John B. Mertie, jr. Washington, D. C, 1953. [1] + 31 p. 11. 
map, 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card GS 53-148 

13366 238. Ground-water conditions in soil and moisture conservation demonstration 

area near Terriugton, Goshen County, Wyo. [with list of references] ; by 
F. N. Visher and H. M. Babcock ; with sectiou on chemical quality of 
ground water, by W. H. Durum and R. A. Krieger. Washington, D. C, 
1953. iv + 51 p. il. 3 pi. in pocket. 4" [Prepared as part of program of 
Interior Dept. for development of Missouri River Basin.] 
L. C. card GS 53-214 

13367 241. Ground-water resources of Columbia County, Ark., reconnaissance [with list 

of selected references] : by D. B. Tait, R. C. Baker, and G. A. Billingsley. 
Washington, D. C, 1953. iii + 25 p. il. 2 pi. in pocket, 4° [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Division of Geology, Arkansas Resources and 
Development Commission, and University of Arkansas Institute of Science 
and Technology.] 
L. C. card GS 53-217 

13368 257. Use of water in Pennsylvania, 1951 ; by John W. Mangan and Jack B. 

Graham. Washington, D. C. 1953. [l]+i + ll p. il. 4° [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs 
and Forests and Waters.] 
L. C. card GS 53-21S 

13369 258. Coal resources of Colorado, progress report, Jan. 1, 1953 [with bibliography] ; 

by Frank D. Spencer and Margaret I. Erwiu. Washington, D. C, 1953. 
[1]+17 p. il. map, 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card GS 53-200 



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18870 Government Publications 

Circulars — Continued 

13370 207. Stratigraphy and structure of out-cropping pre-selma coastal plain beds of 

Fayette and Lamar Counties, Ala. [with selected bibliography] ; by Charles 

W. Drennen. Washington, D. C, 1953. [1] +9 p. 11. 2 maps in pocket, 4° 

[Processed.] 

L. C. card OS 53-219 

13371 272. Concentration of germanium In ash of American coals, progress report [with 

selected bibliography] 'by Talsla Stasnlchenke, K. J. Murata, Peter Zubo- 
vlc, and Elizabeth L. Hufschmldt. Washington, D. C, 1953. iii + 34 p. 
il. 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card GS 53-220 

Professional papers. • Item 624 119.16: (nos.) 

13372 247. Pegmatite investigations, 1942-45, Black Hills, S. Dak., descriptions, maps, 

and diagrams of deposits of mica, beryl, lithium, tantalum, tin, and 
feldspar [with selected bibliography] ; by Lincoln R. Page and others. 
1953. viii+228 p. 11. 1 tab., 44 pi. and map in pocket. * Paper, $3.50. 
L. C. card GS 53-204. 

13373 249-B. Callovian (Jurassic) ammonites from United States and Alaska: Pt. 2, 

Alaska Peninsula and Cook Inlet regions, descriptions and Illustrations 
of cephalopods of Late Jurassic age [with list of references] ; by Ralph 
W. Imlay. 1953. HI + 41-108+ [32] +iii p. il. 31 p. of pi. 2 tab. 4° 
[Includes index, title page and contents for Professional paper 249.] 
* Paper, $1.75. 

13374 251. Geology and mineral deposits of Jumbo Basin, southeastern Alaska [with 

bibliography ; by George C. Kennedy. 1953. iv+46 p. 11. 6 pi. and map 
in pocket, 4° [Discussion of contact metamorphism, geomagnetic sur- 
veys, magnetite deposits, and Iron ore reserves of part of Prince of 
Wales Island.] * Paper, $1.00. 
L. C. card GS 53-146 

13375 254— A. American Upper Cretaceous echlnoldea, descriptions and Illustrations of 

Upper Cretacious echinoids from Coastal Plain and western Interior of 
United States and from Guatemala [with list of references] ; by C. Wythe 
Cooke. 1953. iil+44+[17] p. 16 p. of pi. 4° [Shorter contribution 
to general geology.] * Paper, $1.00. 

Water supply papers. • Item 625 119.13: (nos.) 

13376 1136. Native and contaminated ground waters in Long Beach-Santa Ana area, 

Calif, [with list of references] ; by A. M. Piper, A. A. arrett, and others. 
1953. ix + 320 p. 11. 8 maps and 11 pi. in pocket. [Prepared in coopera- 
tion with Orange County Flood Control District, Orange County Water 
District, Los Angeles County Flood Control District and Board of Water 
Commissioners of city of Long Beach.] * Paper, $1.50. 
L. C. card GS 53-221 

13377 1140. Geology and ground water resources of Egbert-Pine Bluffs-Carpenter area, 

Laramie County, Wyo. [with list of literature cited] ; by J. R. Rapp, 
D. A. Warner, and A. M. Morgan. 1953. v+67 p. 11. 1 pi. and 2 maps In 
pocket. [Prepared in cooperation with Wyoming.] * Paper, 55c. 
L. C. card GS 53-215 

13378 1183. Surface water supply of United States, 1950 : pt. 13, Snake River basin. 

1953. viii + 250 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Idaho, Oregon, 
Utah, Washington, and Wyoming, and other agencies.] * Paper, 60c. 
L. C. card 46-40712 

13379 1190. Ground-water conditions in artesian aquifiers In Brown County, Wis., 

progress report emphasizing Green Bay area [with list of references] ; 
by W. J. Dreseher. 1953. iv+49 p. il. 4 pi. and 3 maps In pocket. 
[Prepared in cooperation with University of Wisconsin.] * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card GS 53-209 

13380 1203. Surface water supply of United States, 1951 : pt. 2A, South Atlantic slope 

basins, James River to Savannah River ; [prepared by Water Resources 
Division]. 1953. viii + 266 p. 11. [Prepared in cooperation with Georgia, 
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, and other agencies.] 
* Paper, 65c. 
L. C. card 46^0712 

13381 1206. Surface water supply of United States, 1951 : pt. 3B, Cumberland and 

Tennessee River basins. 1953. vil + 252 p. il. [Prepared In cooperation 
with Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia, and other 
agencies.] * Paper, 60c. 
L. C. card 46-40712 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

13382 Abstract of contracts approved by Joint Committee on Printing for paper 

for public printing and binding and blank paper ordered for Government 
departments and establishments, during term of 3 months beginning 
July 1, 1953 ; corrected July 1, 1953. [1953.] 52 p. 4° t 

GP 1.2 : P 19/6/953-2 

HOME LOAN BANK BOARD, Housing and Home Finance Agency 

13383 Nonfarm real estate foreclosure report, 1st quarter 1953. June 18, 1953. 

[3] p. 4° (Operating Analysis Division.) [Processed.] t HH 4.7: 953/1 

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HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY 

13384 Comparative digest of municipal and county zoning enabling statutes, for 

reference in community planning, housing, slum clearance, and urban 
redevelopment programs, as of Oct. 31, 1952. [1953.] cover title, xvi+ 
70 p. 1 pi. oblong 8° (Office of Administrator, Division of Law.) 

* Paper, 60c. • Item 582 

L. C. card 53-61630 HH 1.2 : Z 7 

13385 Physiological objectives in hot weather housing, introduction to hot weather 

housing design [with list of references] ; by Douglas H. K. Lee. June 
1953. xi+79 p. il. 4° [Prepared under contract with State Department, 
Technical Cooperation Administration, Institute of Inter-American 
Affairs.] * Paper, 45c. • Item 5S2 
L. C. card 53-61730 HH 1.2 : H 79 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Justice Dept. 

133S6 United Sates immigration laws, general information. [Revised Feb. 25, 
1953.] [1953.] v+26 p. narrow 8° * Paper, 10c. • Item 725 

J 21.2 : Im 6/2/953 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU, Treasury Dept. 

Regulations. 
13387 31. Removals of alcoholic liquors, tobacco products and other articles of domestic 
manufacture to foreign-trade zones. 19.~i3. 1953. vii + 64 p. [Title 26, Code 
of Federal regulations, pt. 199.] * Paper, 2Uc. O Item 961 
L. C. card 53-61637 T 22.17 : 31/2 

1338S Statistics of income for 1947: pt. 1, compiled from individual income tax 
returns, taxable fiduciary income tax returns, estate tax returns, and 
gift tax returns ; prepared by Statistical Division. 1953. viii+516 p. 

* Paper, $1.25. • Item 964 

L. C. card 37-26S67 T 22.35 : 947/2/pt.l 

13389 Statistics of income for 1950 : pt. 1, Preliminary report of individual income 

tax returns and taxable fiduciary income tax returns filed during 1951 ; 

prepared by Statistical Division. 1953. iii+59 p. * Paper, 20c. • Item 

964 

L. C. card 37-26867 T 22.35 : 950/pt.l 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY AND WATER COMMISSION, 
UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 

Water bulletin. 

13390 21. Flow of Rio Grande and related data from Elephant Butte Dam, N. Mex., to 

Gulf of Mexico, 1951, with maximums, minimums, and normals, storage 
capacities and water in storage, sources of river flow, diversions, silt, 
chemical and sanitary aspects of water quality, rainfall and evaporation, 
drainage basin and irrigated areas. [1953.] 103p.il. [Processed.] f 

S 3.19/2 : W 29/no.21 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

13391 Distribution of passenger deficit for year 1951 by types of traffic ; prepared 

by Cost Section. Revised May 1953. Washington, D. C, May 1953. 
[l]+3 p. 4° (Statement no. 3-53; Bureau of Accounts and Cost Find- 
ing.) [Processed.] f 
L. C. card A 52-9874 IC 1 acco.2 : P 26/951-2 

13392 Rail-highway grade-crossing accidents, year ended Dec. 31, 1952. Wash- 

ington, D. C, May 1953. [3] +36 p. il. 4" (Statement 5316, file no. 
4-B-l; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 38-1029 IC 1 acci.8 : 952 

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13393 Government Publications 

Reports. [Processed.] f IC1 acci.5: (nos.) 

13393 3516. Union Pacific Railroad Company in re accident at Red Desert, Wyo., on 

Apr. 27, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. II. 4" 

13394 3517. Illinois Central Railroad Company in re accident near Garyville, La., on 

May 10, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. 11. 4° 

13395 3520. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company in re accident at Hinton, W. Va., on 

June 9, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 4» 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Opinion of Attorney General of United States. 
13390 Annual contributions to local public housing authorities under United States 
housing act. [1953.] 6 p. * Paper, 5c. J 1.5/a : H 817 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

13397 40th annual report of Secretary of Labor, fiscal year 1952. [1953.] iii+ 

109 p. [Includes reports of subordinate bureaus and offices.] * Paper, 

40c. • Item 744 

L. C. card 14-30221 L 1.1 : 952 

LABOR STANDARDS BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

13398 industrial lighting, n. p. 1953. cover title, 40 p. il. large S° [Reprint of 

American standard practice for industrial lighting approved Aug. 22, 
1952.] t L16.2:L62/2 

13399 President's Committee on Employment of Physically Handicapped, spring 

meeting, minutes of meeting, Departmental Auditorium [Washington, 
D. C] Apr. 23, 1953. [1953.] cover title, [8] 4-3-68 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card L 49-14 L 16.2 : H 19/9/953 

LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

BLS report, t 

13400 32. Employment in metalworking industries by size of firm, quarterly employment 

in selected metalworking industries by size class of establishment, Jan. 
1952-Jan. 1953 : [prepared bv Division of Manpower and Employment Sta- 
tistics]. May 1953. [2] leaves + 30 p. 4° [Processed.] 
L. C. card L 53-114 L 2.71 : 32 

Bulletin. 

13401 1136. Analysis of work stoppages during 1952 ; [prepared bv Ann J. Herllhy, 

Bernard Yabroff, and Daniel P. Willis, jr.], [1953.] v-f 37 p. [Also 
issued as H. doc. 148, S3d Cong. 1st sess.] * Paper, 25c. • Item 768 
L. C. card 12-19S L 2.3 : 1136 

Serial no. R. t L2.6/a : (nos.) 

13402 2096. Wage chronology no. 34, Commonwealth Edison Co. of Chicago, 1945-52 ; 

[by Deborah T. Bond and Marion Raymenton Robbins]. [1953.] 8 p. 
4° [From Monthly labor review. Apr. 1953.] 

13403 2097-1. Wage chronology no. 25. International Shoe Co.. supp. 1. [1953.] 2 p. 

4° [From Monthly labor review, Apr. 1953.] 

13404 209S. Measurement of labor turnover ; [by Jeanette G. Siegel]. [1953.] 4 p. 

4* [From Monthly labor review, May 1953.1 

13405 2099-1. Wage Chronology no. 24: North American Aviation, supp. 1. [1953.] 

2 p. 4° [From Monthly labor review, May 1953.] 

1340G Summary of labor conditions in Indonesia ; prepared by Division of Foreign 
Labor Conditions. Dec. 1952. 6 p. 4" [Processed.] t L 2.2: In 2 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

13407 Armed Forces Medical Library catalog, 1952. 1953. iii+[l]+813 p. 4" 

t Cloth, $17.50. Card Division. 

L. C. card 51-60145 LC 30.13 : 952 

13408 Catalogue of library of Thomas Jefferson : v. 2, [Philosophy] ; compiled 

with annotations by E. Millicent Sowerby. [1953.] [5] 4-433 p. il. 3 
pi. 2 p. of pi. large 8° [Map on end papers of front and back covers.] 
L. C. card 52-60000. * Cloth, $3.75. • Item 786 LC 1.2 : J 35/5/V.2 

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13409 checklist of Philippine Government documents, 1950; compiled by Bib- 

liographic Society of Philippines. Washington, 1953. [ T J — j- «;l: p. 4" 

[Processed.] t Paper, 40c, Card Division. 

L. C. card 53-60035 LC 1.2 : I' 53 

13410 Cold weather operation of diesel engines, bibliography ; by James E. Shea 

ami Mauree W. Ayton. Washington, Sept. 1952. vi+58 p. 4" (Refer- 
ence Department, Technical Information Division.) [Processed.] t Pa- 
per, 45c, Card Division. 
L. C. card 53-60028 LC 29.2 : D 56 

13411 Library of Congress subject catalog, cumulative list of works represented 

!>y Library of Congress printed cards, 1950; [compiled and edited by 

Catalog Maintenance Division!. [1951.1 3 v., iii+121+2525 p. 4° 

t I 'loth, $100.00 per set (3 vols.), Card Division. 

L. C. card 50-60682 LC 30.11 : 950/v.l-3 

v. 1. A-E. 

v.2. F-O. 

v. 3. P-Z. 

13412 1951: [compiled and edited by Catalog Maintenance Division]. 1052. 

3 v., iv-f [3] +2657 p. 4° t Cloth, $100.00 per set (3 vols. ) , Card I >ivision. 
L. C. card 50-60682 LC30.11 : 951/V.1-3 

v. 1. A-E. 

v. 2. F-O. 
v. 3. P-Z. 

13413 1952; [compiled and edited by Catalog Maintenance Division]. 1953. 

3 v., viii+[3]+3141 p. 4" t Cloth, $100.00 per set (3 vols.), Card 
Division. 

L. C. card 50-60682 LC30.11 : 952/V.1-3 

v. 1. A-E. 
v.2. F-O. 
v. 3. P-Z. 

13414 Survey of Library of Congress Scandinavian acquisitions for period 1945- 

52 ; by Anne Kildal. Apr. 24, 1953. 8+ix leaves, 4" [Processed.] t 

LC 1.2 : Sea 4 

13415 United States atlases, catalog of national, State, county, city, and regional 

atlases in Library of Congress and cooperating libraries ; compiled by 
Clara Egli Le Gear. Washington, 1953. v. 2, xiii+301 p. 4° (Reference 
Department.) [Supplement to Library of Congress catalog.] t Paper, 
$2.50, Card Division. 
L. C. card 50-62950 LC 5.2 : Un 35/v.2 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

13416 g7tjj annual report of surgeon general, Navy, chief of Bureau of Medicine 

and Surgery, to Secretary of Navy, relative to statistics of diseases and 
injuries in Navy, calendar year 1951. [1953.] x4-243p.il. I [NAVMED 
P-5027.]) t • Item 388 
L. C. card 8-9360 D 206.11 : 951 

Medical Research Laboratory reports. [Processed. For official use.] + 

D 206.10: (nos.) 

13417 202. The interview: 1, Selectively abstracted bibliography: compiled by Siroon 

Pashalian, W. J. E. Crissy, Arthur I. Siegel, and E. P. Buckley. .Tune 2. 

1952. 57 p. 4° (Volume 11, no. 19; Project NM 002 016.01.01.) [Text 

on p. 2 of cover.] 
1341S 211. The interview: 2. Aids to the interview, confidential questionnaire ; by 

Frank J. McCabe. Arthur I. Siegel, Siroon Pashalian, and W. .1. E. Crissy. 

Oct. 15, 1952. 60 p. il. 4° (Volume 11, no. 28 ; Project NM 002 016.01.02.) 

[Some of the pages are printed as leaves. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
13419 214. The interview : 3, Aids to the interview, submariner sterotype : by Wm. 

J. E. Crissy and Siroon Pashalian. Oct. 20, 1952. 63 p. 4° (Volume 11. 

no. 31; Project N.M 002 016.01.03. ) [Some of the pages are printed as 

leaves. Text on p. 2 of cover. ) 

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13420 Government Publications 

Medical Research Laboratory reports — Continued 

13420 216. The Interview: 4, Reliability and validity of assessment interview as screen- 

ing and selection technique in submarine service ; by Siroon Pashalian 
and Wm. J. E. Crissy. Jan. 15, 1953. [1] +V + 67 p. il. 4° (Volume 12, 
no. 1; Project Nil 002 016.01.04.) [Some of the pages are printed as 
leaves. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

MILITARY ACADEMY, West Point (Army), Defense Dept. 

13421 Catalogue of Military Academy, 152d year, 1953-54. 1953. xii+172 p. il. 

[Other illustrations and map on p. 1, 3 and 4 of cover.] $ • Item 353 

D 109.8 : 953-54 

MILITARY HISTORY, OFFICE OF CHIEF OF (Army), Defense Dept. 

13422 United States Army in World War II: War Department [v. 3], Strategic 

planning for coalition warfare, 1941^2 [with bibliographical note] ; by 
Maurice Matloff and Edwin M. Snell. 1953. xvi+[l]+454 p. il. 3 maps 
attached to inside of back cover. [Copyright, 1953, by Orlando Ward.] 
* Cloth, $3.25. • Item 345 
L. C. card 53-61477 D 114.7 : W 19/v.3 

■ MINES BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

Mineral market report M. M. S. (series). (Mineral industry surveys.) 
[Processed.] f Mines Bureau, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 28.28: (nos.) 

13423 2161. Directory of packaged-fuel operations in United States that reported 

production in 1952 ; [prepared by Golden V. Chiriaco]. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

13424 2170. Directory of peat producers in United States who reported production or 

sales in 1952 ; prepared by Golden V. Chiriaco. [1953.] 6 p. 4° 

13425 2177. Fuel briquets and packaged fuel in United States in 1952 ; prepared by 

Golden V. Chiriaco. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 

13426 2178. Natural and manufactured iron-oxide pigments in 1952 (mineral earth 

pigments) ; prepared by Robert D. Thomson and F. P. Uswald. [1953.] 
5 p. 4» 

13427 2179. Titanium in 1952; prepared by A. F. Tumin. [1953.] 10 p. 4° 

13428 2180. Potash industry in United States in 1952 ; prepared by E. Robert Ruhlman 

and G. E. Tucker. [1953.] 6 p. 4» 

13429 2181. Lead and zinc pigments and zinc salts in 1952 ; prepared by Robert L. 

Mentch. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 

Report of investigations. [Processed.] t Mines Bureau, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

128.23: (nos.) 

13430 4918. Taconite fragmentation ; by Vernon C. Davis. June 1953. [l]+iv+34+ 

[99] p. il. 4° 

13431 4974. Analyses of formation brines in Kansas ; by Cleo G. Rail and Jack Wright. 

Errata. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

13432 4977. Tests of heat pump for domestic heating and cooling ; by E. P. Carman. 

June 1953. [1] +ii + 31 p. 12 pi. 4° 

13433 4980. Jline-timber preservation by collar method, progress report 1 ; by Edward 

Roberts. June 1953. fl] +11 + 14 p. 5 pi. 4° 

13434 4981. Investigation of red iron ore. Woodstock and Bucksville areas, Ala. ; by 

Avery H. Reed, jr., June 1953. [l]+ii+34 p. 16 pi. 4 maps, 4° 

13435 4983. Thermodynamics of combustion gases, temperatures of methane-air, pro- 

pane-air, and ethvlene-air flames ; bv Robert W. Smith, jr., John Manton, 
and Stuart R. Brinkley, jr. June 1953. [2] leaves + 21 p. 4» 

13436 4984. Concentration of Klukvran, Alaska, magnetite ore ; by R. R. Wells and R. L. 

Thorne. June 1953. [2] leaves + 15 p. 2 pi. map, 4° 

13437 4985. Concentration tests of manganese ores ; by A. L. Engel. June 1953. 

[2] leaves + 14 p. 4° 

13438 4986. Investigation of copper bullion claims, Rua Cove, Knight Island, Alaska ; by 

F. A. Rutledge. June 1953. [2] leaves+6 p. 7 pi. 2 maps, 4» 

13439 4990. Colorimetric method for determining pine oil in water [with bibliography] : 

by J. A. Sutton. June 1953. [l]+ii + 15 p. 1 pi. 4° 

13440 4991. Water flooding in oil fields of Anderson, Franklin. Linn, and Miami 

Counties, Kans. ; by J. P. Powell and J. L. Eakin. June 1953. 
[1]+111 p. 34 pi. 4° 

MUNITIONS BOARD, Defense Dept. 

13441 Disaster follows sabotage, plant security is your security ; [by Earl L. 

Johnson]. [1953.] [4] p. il. 32° t • Item 317 D3.2:D63 

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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 



Report (1947). 
871. Errata no. 2, Determination of elastic stresses in gas-turbine disks; by 
"~ S. Manson, 1947. [1953.] 1 p. oblong 48" [Processed.] t •Item 

7 3 M 91 /5 • ft/ 



1070 



Y 3.N 21/5 : 5/871/errata 2 



Research memorandums RM (series). [Processed.] t 

Y3.N21/5:15/(nos.) 

13443 E52C05. Investigation of effective thermal conductivities of powders [with list of 

references] ; by R. G. Deissler and C. S. Eian. Washington, June 24, 
1952. cover title. 44 p. + 12] leaves, 11. 4° [The 2 leaves in the 
collation consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed 
to be used in a card catalog.] 

13444 E53D06. Investigation of effects of grain size upon engine life of cast AMS 5385 

gas turbine blades [with list of references] ; by C. A. Hoffman and 
C. A. Gyorgak. Washington, July 6, 1953. cover title, 21+ [4] 
p. 11. 4° [The 4 pages in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

Technical memorandums. [Processed.] t Y3.N21/5: 8/(nos.) 

13445 1357. Air admixture to exhaust jets [with list of references], by E. Sanger; 

[translated by Mary L. Mahler]. Washington, July 1953. cover title, 
35 p. + [3] leaves, 11. 4° [The 3 leaves in the collation consist of detach- 
able catalog entries on heavy paper for use in a card catalog.] t 

13446 1359. Air-water analogy and study of hydraulic models [with bibliographic notes], 

by Glulie Supine ; [translated by R. H. Cramer]. Washington, July 1953. 
cover title. 22 p.+ [2] leaves, 11. 4° [The 2 leaves in the collation consist 
of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a 
card catalog.] 



Technical notes. 

2933. 



[Processed.] t 



Y3.N21/5:6/(nos.) 



Behavior of materials under conditions of thermal stress [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by S. S. Manson. Washington, July 1953. cover title, 105+ [4] 
p. il. 4° [The 4 pages in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in card catalog.) 

13448 2959. Theoretical investigation of supersonic lift and drag of thin, sweptback 

wings with increased sweep near root [with list of references] ; by 
Doris Cohen and Morris D. Friedman. Washington, June 1953. cover 
title, 51 p. + [2] leaves, 11. 4« [The 2 leaves in the collation consist of 
detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card 
catalog.] 

13449 2962. Effect of ice and frost formations on drag of NACA 65-212 airfoil for 

various modes of thermal ice protection [with list of references] ; by 
Vernon H. Gray and Uwe H. von Glahn. Washington, June 1953. cover 
title, 6S+[4] p. il. 4" [The 4 pages in the collation consist of detach- 
able catalog entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

13450 2963. Effect of variation in rivet strength on average stress at maximum load 

for aluminum-alloy, flat, Z-stiffened compression panels that fall by focal 
buckling] with list of references] ; by Norris F. Dow, William A. Hickman, 
and B. Walter Rosen. Washington, June 1953. cover title, 17 p. + [3] 
leaves, il. 4° [The 3 leaves in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.) 

13451 2964. Revised formula for calculation of gust loads [with list of references] ; by 

Kermit G. Pratt. Washington, June 1953. cover title, 15 + [1] p. 11. 4° 
[The 1 page in the collation consists of detachable catalog entries on 
heavy paper to be used in a card catalog.) 

13452 2966. Propeller-performance charts for transport airplanes [with list of refer- 

ences] ; by Jean Gilman, jr. Washington, July 1953. cover title, 70 
p. + [2] leaves, il. 4° [The 2 leaves in the collation consist of detach- 
able catalog entries on heavy paper for use in a card catalog.] 

13453 2968. Propeller-noise charts for transport airplanes [with list of references] ; by 

Harvey H. Hubbard. Washington, June 1953. cover title, 47 p. + [2] 
leaves, il. 4° [The 2 pages in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

13454 2969. Condensation line of air and beats of vaporization of oxygen and nitrogen 

[with list of references] ; by George T. Furukawa and Robert McCoskey. 
Washington, June 1953. cover title, 30 p.+ [2] leaves, il. 4° [The 2 
leaves, il. 4° [The 2 pages in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in card catalog.] 

13455 2970. Physical properties of concentrated nitric acid [with list of references] ; 

by W. L. Sibbilt, C. R. St. Clair, T. R. Bump, P. F. Pagerey, J. P. Kern, 
and D. W. Fyfe. Washington, June 1953. cover title, 19 p. + [3] leaves, 
il. 4° [The 3 leaves in the collation consist of detachable catalog entries 
on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.) 

13456 2971. Impingement of water droplets on wedges and diamond airfoils at supersonic 

speeds [with list of references] ; by John S. Serafinl. Washington, July 
1953. cover title, 62+ [4] p. il. 4° [The 4 pages In the collation con- 
sist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper for use in a card 
catalog. ] t 



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18457 Government Publications 

Technical notes — Continued 

13457 2!I72. Theoretical pressure distributions and wave drags for conical boattails 
[with list of references] : by John R. Jack. Washington, July 1953. 
cover title, 14 p. + [2] leaves, 11. 4" [The 2 leaves in the collation con- 
sist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed to be used 
in a card catalog. I 

13 158 2'.)7.':. Effect of prestraining on recrystullization temperature and mechanical prop- 
erties of commercial sintered, wrought molybdenum [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by Kenneth ('. Dike and Roger A, Long. Washington, July 1903. 
cover title. 254-|4] p. il. 4° [The 4 pages in the collation consist of 
detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed to he used in a card 
catalog.] 

13459 2974. Experiments on aiixed-frec-and-foreed-convective heat transfer connected 

with turbulent How through short tube [with list of references] ; by 
E. R. G. Eckert, Anthony J. Diaguila, and Arthur N. Curren. Washing- 
ton. July 1953. cover title. 594- [4] p. il. 4° [The 4 pages in the 
collation consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed 
to be used in a card catalog.] 

13460 29S1. High-speed planing characteristics of rectangular flat plate over wide range 

of trim and wetted length [with list of references] ; by Irving Weinstein 
and Walter J. Kapryan. Washington, July 1953. cover title. 29 p. 4- [2] 
leaves, il. 4" [The 2 leaves in the collation consist of detachable catalog 
entries on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE, General Services 
Administration 

Preliminary inventory (series). [Processed.] t GS 4.10: (nos.) 

134(11 54. Preliminary inventory of records of Office of Censorship (record group 216) : 
compiled by Henry T. Ulasek. Washington, 1953. v + 16p. 4° ([National 
Archives publication 53—23.] ) [Text on p. 3 and 4 of cover.] 
L. C. card A 53-9539 
13462 55. Preliminary inventory of administrative records of Bureau of Pensions and 
Pension Service (record group 15) : compiled by Thayer M. Boardman, 
Myra R. Trever. and Louise W. Southwick. Washington, 1953. v + 17 p. 4° 
( [National Archives publication 5.3-24.] ) [Text on p. 3 and 4 of cover.] 
L. C. card A 53-9540 

134C3 Publications of National Archives [list]. [1952.] 4 p. [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 47-3061 GS 4.2 : P 96 

Special lists. [Processed.] t 

13464 10. List of wage stabilization cases acted on by Headquarters Office of National 

War Labor Hoard, 1942—45: pt. 1, Cases arranged by issue involved, pt. 2, 
Cases arranged by industry involved (Record group 202) ; compiled by 
Estelle Rebec, Arthur Ilecht, and Paul Flynn. Washington, 1953. v + 162 
p. 4° ([National Archives publication no. 53—19.]) 
L. C. card A 53-9541 GS 4.7 : 10 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, Commerce Dept. 

Applied mathematics series. 

i j3 i rx a 2 

13465 23. Tables of normal probability functions, r-z — e — - and 



[with bibliography]. 1953. ix-f 344 p. 4° [Issued June 5. 1953. Reissue 
of Mathematical table 34. with corrections.] * Cloth. $2.75. • Item 239 
L. C. card 53-61727 C 13.32 : 23 

Circulars. • Item 242 C 13.4: (nos.) 

13466 529. Electrodeposition research, proceedings of NBS semi-centennial symposium on 

electrodeposition research held at NBS, Dec. 4-6. 1951 ; [articles]. [1953.] 
iv + 129 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Naval Research Office. 
Issued May 22. 195.'!.] * Cloth, $1.50. 
L. C. card 53-61516 

13467 033. Method for determining resolving power of photographic lenses [with list 

of references: by] Francis E. Washer and Irvine C. Gardner. [1953.] 
iv + 27 p. il. 2 pi. 4° [The plates are separate. Text on p. 2 and 3 of 
cover. Issued May 20, 1953. Supersedes Circular 428.] 'Paper, $1.00. 
L. C. card 53-61228 

13468 037. Table of dielectric constants and electric dipole moments of substances in 

gaseous state [with bibliography; by] Arthur A. Maryott and Floyd 

Buckley. June 20, 1953. ii + 29 p. 4" [Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] 

* Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 53-615S4 
13409 541. Spectrophotometrie atlas of -2*--n transition of OH [with list of references : 

by] Arnold M. Bass and Herbert P. Broida. June 26, 1953. H4-22 p. il. 4» 

Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 

L. C. card 53-61483 
L3470 543. Reference data for orienting quartz plates by X-ray diffraction; [by] 

Catherine Barclay and Lel.ind T. Sogn. [1953.] ii + 7p. il. 4° [Issue, 1 

July 24, 1953.] • Paper, 15c. 

L. C. card 53-01701 

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August 1953 13484 

13471 Invited talk by A. V. Astin, director, NBS, presented before American 

Physical Society. May 1, 1953. at Shoreham Hotel, Washington. D. C. 
[1953.] 4 leaves, 4° [Processed.] f C 13.35: As 8 

Letter circular LC (series). [Processed.] 

13472 1004. Light-sensitive paper no. 1554, Directions for use in testing textiles for 

colorfastness to light hvith list of references], Aug. 30, 1951. 5-f[l] p. 
1 pi. 4° [Supersedes LC934.] C 13.16 : 1004 

13473 NBS-NACA tables of thermal properties of gases: Table 9.39, Molecular 

oxygen, coefficient of viscosity [with list of references] : compiled by 
R. L. Powell. July 1950. 6 p. il. 4° [Processed. Preliminary issue.] 

C 13.34 : 9.39 

13474 Table 11.39. Coefficient of viscosity of nitrogen N/N" [with list of 

references] ; by Joseph Hilsenrath and Y. S. Touloukian. Oct. 1952. 
[l]+9 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t C13.34:11.39 

13475 Table 14.24, Specific heat of carbon monoxide, Cp/R [with list of refer- 
ences] ; bv Y. S. Touloukian. Revision of July 1951. [1953.] [l]-fll 
p. il. 4° [Processed.] f 013.34:14.24 

Research paper. 

13476 2385. Constants in equation for atmospheric refractive index at radio frequencies 

[with list of references : by] Ernest K. Smith, jr.. ami Stanley Weintraub. 
[1953.] p. 39—41. 4° [From Journal of research of National Bureau of 
Standards. Jan. 1953, v. 50, no. 1.] * Paper, 5c. C 13.22/a : 238f 

13477 Science & engineering at NBS. [1953.] cover title, ii+34+ [2] p. il. oblong 

8" [Text and other illustrations on p. 2-4 of cover.] % •Item 244 
L. C. card 53-61703 C 13.2 : Sci 2/4 

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, Health, Education, and 
Welfare Dept. 

13478 Clinical center of National Institutes of Health, national clinical center for 

chronic disease research ; [by] Jack Masur and N. P. Thompson. [1953.] 
12 p. il. 4° [Processed. Reprinted with permission from Hospitals 
journal of American Hospital Association, Nov. 1949.] t 

FS 2.22 : C 61/2 

13479 Correction tables for radioactive decay: [by] Barbara S. Smith; [Apr. 

1951]. [1951.] [3] 4-22 leaves, 4° (Laboratory of Physical Biology.) f 
L. C. card 52-61846 FS 2.22 : R 11 

134S0 National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. [1953.] [16] p. il. oblong 
24° ([Public Health Service publication 316.]) * Paper, 10c. • Item 
507 FS 2.22 : C 61 

Reprints from Journal of National Cancer Institute (series), t 

FS2.31/a: (nos.) 

13481 489. Dose response relations in experimental transmission of avian erythromy- 

eloblastic leukosis : 2, Host-response to whole blood and to washed primi- 
tive cells [with list of references; by] Edward A. Eckert. Dorothy Beard 
and J. W. Beard, with appendix on histopathology by B. R. Burmester. 
[1953.] p. 1167-84. il. [From Journal of National Cancer Institute. 
Apr. 1953. v. 13 no. 5.] 

13482 491. Damage induced in sarcoma 37 with chemical agents: 5, Derivatives ot 

colchicine and isocolchicine [with list of references; bv] J. Leiter, J. L. 
Hartwell, G. E. Ullyot, and M. J. Shears. [1953.] p. 1201-11. [From 
Journal of National Cancer Institute, Apr. 1953. v. 13, no. 5.] 

13483 493. Statistical association between smoking and carcinoma of lung [with list 

of references: bv] Doris A. Sadowsky, Alexander G. Gilliam and Jerome 
Cornfield. [1953.] p. 1237-58. [From Journal of National Cancer 
Institute, Apr. 1953, v. 13, no. 5.] 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

13484 17th annual report of National Labor Relations Board, fiscal year 1952. 

1953. xii+33S p. * Paper, $1.00. • Item 824 

L. C. card 37-26047 LR 1.1 : 952 

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13485 Government Publications 

13485 Digest and index of decisions of National Labor Relations Board, annual 

supplement July 1, 1951-June 30, 1952 ; [prepared by Legal Reference and 
Publications Branch]. [1953.] v+681 p. * Paper, $1.75. • Item 826 
L. C. card 46-27613 LR 1.8/2 : 6 

NATIONAL MUSEUM, Smithsonian Institution 

Proceedings of National Museum, t 

13486 3323. Review of Indo-Paclflc anemone fishes, genus Amphiprion, with descriptions 

of 2 new species; by Leonard P. Schultz. [1953.] v. 103, p. 187-201, 
2 p. of pi. • Item 922 SI 3.6 : 3323 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, Interior Dept. 

13487 Big Bend National Park, Tex. [Revised 1953.] [8] p. il. * Paper, $3.00 

per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 651 I 29.6 : B 48/2/953 

13488 Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument, Colo. [Revised 1953.] 

[1953.] [6 p. il. * Paper, $2.25 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 650 

129.21: B 56/2/953 

13489 George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Va. [Revised 1953.] 

[1953.] [6] p. il. * Paper, $2.25 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 650 

1 29.21 : G 29/9/953 

13490 Glacier National Park, Mont., United States section, Waterton Glacier 

International Peace Park. [Revised 1953.] [1953.] 16 p. il. oblong f°, 
folded narrow 8° size. [Includes list of publications relating to Glacier 
National Park.] * Paper, $5.00 per 100; single copy, 10c. • Item 651 

1 29.6 : G 45/8/953 

13491 History of National Capital Parks [with bibliography] ; by Cornelius W. 

Heine. 1953. vii 41-124+157-161 p. il, 4° [Processed. Pages 125- 

150 have been omitted from publication.] J 

L. C. card 53-61048 1 29.2 : N 21/9 

13492 Kautz flood area trail [Mount Rainier National Park], self-guiding nature 

trail for your enjoyment. [1953.] [4] p. [Processed.] t 

I 29.6 : M 86/11/953 

13493 Let's talk about fishing. 1953. [1] +7 p. il. narrow 12° [Processed.] t 

I 29.2 : F 53 

13494 Naturalist program, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tenn.-N. C. 

July 1953. [1953.] [4] p. il. [Processed.] t 129.60/2:953/3 

134D5 Report on historical aspects of Garrison Reservoir area, Missouri River, 
Mercer, McLean, Mountrail, Dunn, McKenzie, and Williams Counties, 
N. Dak., Nov. 1951 [with list of references] ; prepared by History Divi- 
sion in cooperation with River Basin Recreation Survey, region 2 office, 
for Garrison District, Corps of Engineers, War Department. [1951.] 
cover title, [4]+iii+118 leaves, 32 pi. map, 4" (River basin code 
no. xxvi/78.) [Processed.] 
L. C. card 53-61748 1 29.2 : G 19 

13496 Report on historic sites in Oahe Reservoir area, Missouri River, Hughes, 

Stanley, Armstrong, Sully, Patter, Dewey, Walworth, Campbell, and 
Corson Counties, S. Dak., Burleigh, Morton, Emmons, and Sioux Counties, 
N. Dak., Mar. 1953 ; prepared by History Division, region 2 office, for 
Oahe District, Corps of Engineers, War Department. [1953.] cover 
title, [4]+ii+205 leaves, 35 pi. 4" (River basin code no. xxvi/70.) 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-61629 1 29.2 : Oa 3 

13497 Rocky Mountain National Park, Colo., open all year. [Revised 1953.] 

[1953.] 1 sheet (with map on verso) il. oblong f°, folded into narrow 8° 
size and so printed as to number 14 pages. * Paper, $5.00 per 100 ; single 
copy, 10c. • Item 651 1 29.6 : R 59/6/953 

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August 1953 13009 

13498 Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park, N. Dak. [Revised 1953.] 
[1953.] [8] p. il. * Paper, $3.00 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 650 

1 29.21 : T 34/953 

1349'j Trail tii>s, regulations, practices, manners, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 
[May 1953.] [l]+8p. il. [Processed.] t 1 29.6 :L 33/6 

13500 The White House. [1953.] [8] p. il. t Paper, $3.00 per 100 ; single copy 

5c. • Item 650 I 29.21 : W 58/4/953 

13501 Zion National Park, Utah. [Reprint with changes, 1953.] 16 p. il. 

* Paper, $5.75 per 100 ; single copy, 10c. • Item 651. I 29.6 : Z 6/4/953 

NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

13502 Awards 6101 to 6200, 3d division, interpretation (serial no. 130), v. 59. 

Champlin-Shealy Company, Chicago, 111., [1953.] [1]+1094 p. il. 
t National Railroad Adjustment Board, Chicago, 111. (price upon appli- 
cation). 
L. C. card 36-26212 RA 1.9 : 59 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

13503 Federal funds for science : 1, Federal funds for scientific research and 

development at nonprofit institutions, 1950-51 and 1951-52 [with selected 
bibliography]. [1953.] vi+48 p. il. 4° * Paper, 30c. • Item 834-C 
L. C. card 53-61515 NS 1.2 : F 96 

13504 Li s t f international and foreign scientific and technical meetings from 

July 1, 1953 ; compiled by Office of Scientific Information. July 1, 1953. 
ii+36 p. oblong 8° [Processed. Supersedes 3d list, dated Apr. 1, 
1953. t 
L. C. card 53-61091 NS 1.2 : Sci 2/953-3 

NATIONAL SECURITY TRAINING COMMISSION 

13505 Statement of Raymond S. McLain, commissioner, before Senate Committee 

on Armed Services, hearings on proposed National security training 
corps act. [1952.] 56p.il. [Processed.] t Y 3.N 21/19 : 2 N 21 

NAVAL OPERATIONS OFFICE, Defense Dept. 

13506 Beans, bullets, and black oil, by Worrall Reed Carter ; with foreword by 

Dan A. Kimball and introduction by Raymond A. Spruance. [1953.] 
xix+4S2 + [l] p. il. map. [Story of fleet logistics afloat in Pacific during 
World War II. Illustrated end papers.] * Cloth, $2.50. • Item 399 
L. C. card 53-61711 D 207.2 : B 37 

NAVAL PERSONNEL BUREAU, Defense Dept. 

13507 Aviation structural mechanic handbook [with reading list] ; prepared by 

Naval Air Technical Training Command. 1953. vi+[l]-j-259 p. il. 12° 
(Navy training courses; NAVPERS 10328.) [Another illustration on 
p. 1 of cover.] * Paper, 70c. • Item 404 
L. C. card 53-61623 D 20S.11 : Av 5/3 

13508 Fundamentals of petroleum [with suggested reading list ; prepared by Navy 

Training Publications Center]. 1953. vi+190 p. il. 2 pi. 4° (NAV- 
PERS 10S83.) * Paper, $1.25 • Item 404 
L. C. card 53-61627 D 208.11/2 P 44 

13509 pip e fitter 3 & 2 [with reading list]. [Original edition 1948, reprinted with 

minor corrections 1951, reprinted with additional minor corrections 1953.] 
vii+[l]+438 p. il. 1 pi. 12° [Navy training courses; NAVPERS 
10592-A.) t •Item 404 
L. C. card 53-61569 D 208.11 : P 66/3 

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13510 Government Publications 

NAVAL RESEARCH OFFICE, Defense Dept. 

NRL reports (series). (Naval Research Laboratory.) i D 210.8: (nos.) 

13510 4107. Frictional behavior of polythylene, polytetrafluorothylene, and halogenated 

derivatives [with list of references ; by] R. C. Bowers, W. C. Clinton, and 
W. A. Zisraan. [Navy-DPPO Prnc., Washington, D. C] May 19, 1953. 
cover title, [2]+ii 21 p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover. The 2 pages in 
the collation consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed 
to be used in a card catalog.] 

13511 41GS. Application of 3-phnse motor to servomechanisms : [bv John E. Hart] 

[Navy-DPPO Prnc, Washington, D. C], May 18, 1953. cover title, 
[2] -t-ii + 32 p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover. The 2 pages in the colla- 
tion consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed to be 
used in a card catalog.] 

13512 4171.. Linear frequency-discriminator design utilizing parallel-T networks [with 

list of references: by] Paul T. Stine. [Navy-DPPO Prnc, Washington, 
D. C] June 10, 1953. cover title, [2]+ii + 27 p. il. 4° [The 2 pages in 
the collation consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper designed 
to be used in a card catalog.] 

13513 4172. Flux-present high-speed magnetic amplifiers; [bv] C. B. House. [Navy- 

DPPO Prnc, Washington, D. C] June 2, 1953. cover title, [1] +ii + 17 
p. il. 4° [The 1 page in collation consists of detachable catalog entries 
on heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

13514 4174. Magnetic amplifier for synchros ; [by] Roland L. Van Allen. [Navy-DPPO 

Prnc, Washington, D. C], June 15, 1953. cover title, [2]+ii+16 p. 
il. 4° [The 2 pages in collation consist of detachable catalog entries on 
heavy paper designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

13515 4176. Preparation of reproducible barium titanate ceramics ; [by] R. M. Callahan 

and J. F. Murray. [Navy-DPPO Prnc, Washington, D. C] June 2, 
1953. cover title, [2] +8 p. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover. The 2 pages 
in the collation consist of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper 
designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

13516 4197. Gamma radiation from interaction of 14-mev neutrons with various ele- 

ments ; [by] V. E. Scherrer, R. B. Theus, and W. R. Faust. June 22, 
1953. cover title, [l]4-ii + 1-6 p. + leaves 7-27, 4» [Processed. The 1 
page in the collation consists of detachable catalog entries on heavy paper 
designed to be used in a card catalog.] 

NAVY DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

13517 Navy comptroller manual: v. 2, [Accounting classifications], Change 12; 

June 12, 1953. [1953.] 2+ [76] p. 4° (Office of Comptroller.) [Issued 

in loose-leaf form.] D 201.6/2 : 2/ch.l2 

13518 . Change 13 ; June 26, 1953. [1953.] l+[73] p. 4° (Office of Comp- 
troller. ) [Issued in loose-leaf form.] i D 201.6/2 : 2/ch.l3 

13519 v. 3, [Appropriation, cost and property accounting ( field) ] , Change 17 ; 

June 12, 1953. [1953.] 1+[2S] p. il. 4° (Office of Comptroller.) [Is- 
sued in loose-leaf form.] i D 201.6/2 : 3/ch.l7 

13520 Change IS ; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 1+ [30] p. il. 4° (Office of Comp- 
troller.) [Issued in loose-leaf form.] t D 201.6/2 : 3/ch.lS 

13521 v . 4 ; Disbursing. [1953.] v+[714] p. il. 4° (NAVEXOS P-1000; 

[Office of Comptroller].) [Issued in loose-leaf form in binder with 
printed marginal index tabs.] + D 201.6/2: 4 

OPNAVINST 

13522 8020.1, Ch. 2. See, Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 136-SA. 

OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE BUREAU, Health, Education, 
and Welfare Dept. 

13523 1937-52, after 16 years, 5,000,000 [people now get old-age and survivors in- 

surance payments]. [June 1953.] [8] p. il. 24° ([OASI-26a.]) ♦Pa- 
per, 5c. • Item 518-A FS 3.35 : 26A 

ORDNANCE CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

Ordnance Corps manual ORD M (series). D 105.6/2: (nos.) 

13524 2-1. Design of fire control optics : v. 1, Application of fundamental laws of 

geometrical optics to individual optical components [with bibliography] ; 
Aug. 1952. [Army-Raritan Arsenal (RAPD), Metuchen. N. J., 1952.] 
[21+iv + 318p. il. 4° (Publications Branch.) t Paper, $3.00 (111152). 
Technical Services, Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C. 
L. C. card 53-61771 

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August 1953 13536 

Ordnance Corps manual ORD M (series) — Continued 
13525 608-9. Ordnance inspection handbook, statistical quality control and acceptance 
sampling [with bibliography] : Mar. 1(152. [1952.] [110] p. il. 4° 
[Processed.] t Paper, $2.00, Technical Services Office, Commerce Dept. 



PATENT OFFICE, Commerce Dept. 

13526 Guide for patent draftsmen ; June 1953. [1953.] [2] +16 p. il. 4° * Paper, 
15c. • Item 262 C 21.14 : D 7S/953 

PLANT INDUSTRY. SOILS, AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 
BUREAU, Agricultural Dept. 

Note. — Processed publications, having free distribution, are available only from 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 

Forest pathology special release. 
1.3527 39. Factors leading to possible decay in wood siding in the South [with list of 
literature cited] ; by A. F. Verrall. .May 1053. 17 p. il. 4" [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Southern Forest Experiment Station.] t 

A 77.516: 39 

H. T. & S. Office reports. [Processed.] f A 77.523: (nos.) 

13528 297. Tests of railroad protective services for winter shipments of Maine potatoes 

Dec. 1952-Feb. 1953 ; by W. H. Redit, J. M. Lutz, J. Kaufman. Herbert 
Findlen. June 1953. [11 + 11 p. + [18] leaves, il. 4" (Division of 
Handling. Transportation and Storage of Horticultural Crops.) 

13529 299. Shelf life of northwestern Delicious apples in retail store display eases; by 

William E. Lewis. June 1953. [l]+4 leaves, 4" (Division of Handling, 
Transportation and Storage of Horticultural Crops.) 

Special publications. A 77.520: (nos.) 

13530 1, pt. 5. Index of plant diseases in United States issued by Plant Disease Survey, 

Division of Mycology and Disease Survey : pt. 5, Pinaceae-Zygophy'l- 
laeeae ; [compiled by Freeman Weiss and Muriel J. O'Brien]. [May 15, 
1953.] [2] +809-1192 p. 4" [Processed.] t 
L. C. card Agr 50-689 

13531 2, pt. 1. Record of fungi named by J. B. Ellis, issued by Division of Mycology and 

Disease Survey : pt. 1, AcantnostigniaCvmnosporium. [June 15, 1952.] 
[l] + 165p. 4« [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-G1770 

13532 2. pt. 2. Record of fungi named by J. B. Ellis, issued by Division of Mycology and 

Disease Survev : pt 2, Hadrotrichum-Pyrenophora. [June 15, 1953.] 
[l]+p. 167-345 p. 4» [Processed.] J 
L. C. card 53-61770 

POST OFFICE OPERATIONS BUREAU, Post Office Dept. 

13533 First-class post offices with named stations and branches, July 1, 1953. 

[1953.] cover title, 77 p. * Paper, 25c. (incorrectly given in publication 

as 15c). • Item 842 

L. C. card 53-61624 P 24.8 : 953 

PRICE STABILIZATION OFFICE, Economic Stabilization Agency 

13534 Price stabilization to Apr. 1953, summary of operations, by Joseph H. Free- 

hill, director of price stabilization, report for Joint Committee on Defense 
Production of Senate and House of Representatives. [1953.] cover title, 
i+20 p. il. [Summary of operations Sept. 1952-Apr. 3, 1953.] + 
• Item 430-D . 
L. C. card 53-61712 ES 3.2 : Op 2/953 

PRODUCTION AND MARKETING ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture 
Dept. 

13535 Cotton varieties planted in early producing areas of Texas, 1953. [1953.] 

3 p. 4° (Cotton Branch.) [Processed.] t A 82.2:0 82/67 

13536 Evaluation of significance and use of K factor of yarn strength and its 

relation to raw-cotton quality [with list of literature cited] ; by Robert 
W. Webb and Howard B. Richardson. [1953.] vi+32 p. il. 4° (Cotton 
Branch.) [June 1953 appears on title page.] f • Item 106 
L. C. card 53-61742 A 82.2 : Y 2 

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13537 Government Ptjblications 

13537 United States standards for grades of canned cream style corn, effective 

July 27, 1953. 5th issue. [1953.] 10+vii p. 4° [Processed. Title 7, 
Code of Federal regulations, sec. 52.268. Supersedes standards in effect 
since July 30, 1952. Accompanied by letter of transmittal, 1 p. 4°] t 

A 82.20 : C 81/2/953 

13538 United States standards for grades of canned lima beans, effective July 21, 

1953. 5th issue. [1953.] 13 p. 4° [Processed. Title 7, Code of 
Federal regulations, sec. 52.169. Supersedes standards in effect since 
May 28, 1951. Accompanied by letter of transmittal, 1 p. 4°] t 

A 82.20 : L 628/953 

13539 United States standards for grades of frozen lima beans (7 CFR, sec. 

52.172), effective July 17, 1953. 7th issue. [1953.] [l]+10p. 4" [Proc- 
essed. Supersedes standards in effect since July 30, 1952.] t 

A 82.20 : L 628/2/953 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

13540 Basic human needs as factors in tuberculosis control; [by] Marian E. 

Schmitz. [1953.] 7 p. [Reproduced with permission from Public health 
nursing, July 1953.] t FS 2.2 : T 79/6 

13541 Characteristics of commercial X-ray films and screens [with list of refer- 

ences] ; by Willard W. VanAllen. 1953. [1]+18 p. 4° (Electronics 
Laboratory, Rockville, Md.) f FS2.2:X7 

13542 Consultant nurses can help staff nurses; by Elizabeth Fulcher, Florence 

Beasley. [1953.] 5 p. 4° [Processed. Reprinted with permission from 
Nursing outlook, Apr. 1953, v. 1.] f FS 2.2 : N 93/29 

13543 Dental health facts for health education program ; [by] John W. Knutson. 

[1953.] p. 41-51. [Processed. Presented at meeting of public health 
educators, Virginia Beach, Va., Apr. 24-27, 1952. Reprinted with per- 
mission of American Dental Association, from Bulletin of Virginia State 
Dental Association, v. 29.] t FS 2.30 : K 78 

13544 Field training in public health, 1953. [Atlanta, Ga., 1953.] [2] leaves+24 

p. il. 4° (Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Ga.) [Processed.] 
t Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Ga. FS 2.60/2 : T 68/3/953 

13545 Handbook on sanitation of vessel watering points, design and operation of 

sanitation facilities for piers or wharves where vessels load water. 
[1953.] iii+12 p. il. ([Publication 274]; Division of Sanitation.) 
[Public Health Service form, Report on vessel watering point sanitation, 
is attached inside back cover.] t • Item 499 
L. C. card 53-61732 FS 2.6 : Sa 5/7 

Health information series. 

13546 8. Poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis). [Revised 1953.] [1953.] ([Publication 

74.]) [6] p. narrow 8° * Paper, $1.75 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 486 

FS 2.50 : 8/3 

Map and chart series. [Processed.] 

13547 1-8. Measuring the TB problem, 1930-52. [Apr. 1953.] 10 leaves, il. oblong 8° 

(Division of Chronic Disease and Tuberculosis, ProgTam Analysis Sec- 
tion.) t FS 2.72 : 953/1-8 

13548 Medical progress, case for water fluoridation [with list of references ; by] 

John W. Knutson. Feb. 1953. 20 p. il. [Processed. Copyright, 1952, by 
Massachusetts Medical Society. Presented at regional meeting of North 
Shore District Dental Society, Salem, Mass., Jan. 17, 1952. Reprinted 
with permission from New England journal of medicine, May 8, 1952, 
v. 246.] t FS 2.30 :K 78/2 

13549 Mental aspects of tuberculosis, observations based on veterans hospital 

study [with list of references ; by] George E. Daniels and Eugene Dair- 
doff. [1953.] [l]+530-53Sp. [Processed. Reproduced with permission 
from American review of tuberculosis, Nov. 1950, v. 62, no. 5.] t 

FS 2.2 : T 79/4 

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August 1953 13562 

13550 Milk ordinance and code, 1953 recommendations of Public Health Service. 

[Revised edition.] [1953.] xvi+242+[S] folded p., il. ([Publication 
229] ; Division of Sanitation of Bureau of State Service.) [Revision of 
Public Health bulletin 220, 1939.] * Paper, 75c. 
L. C. card 53-60470 FS 2.6 : M 59/953-2 

13551 Psychiatric contributions to care of tuberculous patients; [by] Jules V. 

Coleman, Allan Hurst and Ruth Hornbein. [1953.] 15 p. [Processed. 
Read at annual meeting of Colorado Tuberculous Association, Denver, 
Feb. 18, 1947. Reproduced with permission from Journal of American 
Medical Association, Nov. 15, 1947.] t FS2.30: C67 

13552 Public health personnel, facilities, and services in local areas, analysis of 

information submitted to Public Health Service in Report of public 
health personnel, facilities and services as of Dec. 31, 1951 ; prepared by 
Clifford H. Greve, Josephine R. Campbell. [1953.] ix+74 p. il. 4" 
( [Publication 278.] ; Bureau of State Services, Division of State Grants.) 
[Title on cover is : Report of local public health resources, 1951.] t 

• Item 485 

L. C. card 50-60673 FS 2.2 : P 96/4/951 

13553 Public Health Service and rehabilitation, report to Surgeon General by 

Committee on Rehabilitation. Reprinted June 1953. cover title, iv+32 

P. t 

L. C. card 53-61743 FS 2.2 : R 26/2 

13554 Rat-borne disease prevention and control : 3, Organization of local pro- 

grams [with list of references]. [1953.] [1] +73-88 p. il. 4° (Com- 
municable Disease Center, Atlanta, Ga.) f Communicable Disease Cen- 
ter, Atlanta, Ga. FS 2.60/2 : R 18/pt.3 

13555 Report of Work Conference on Evaluation of Work Performance of Head 

Nurses, Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md., May 1953. 
[1953.] cover title, 7 leaves+[2] + 17 p.4- [5] leaves, 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-61745 FS 2.2 : N 93/2 

13556 Social worker's role in medical team on tuberculosis service; [by] Josephine 

W. Hirsch. [1953.] 12 p. [Reproduced with permission from Medical 
social work, May 1952, v. 1, no. 2.] t FS 2.2 : T 79/7 

13557 state laws governing local health departments. [1953.] iv+68p. oblong 8° 

( [Publication 299] ; Bureau of State Services, Division of State Grants.) 

* Paper, 40c. • Item 485 „ _ , 
L. C. card 53-61636 FS 2.2 : St 2/2 

13558 Summaries of heart disease control programs in States and Territories, 

June 1, 1953. [1953.] cover title, [105] p. 4° (Division of Chronic 

Disease and Tuberculosis, Heart Section.) [Processed.] 1 

L. C. card 53-61631 FS 2.2 : H 35/3 

13559 venereal disease control seminar, Springfield, 111., Feb. 19-20, 1953, digest. 

[1953.] cover title, iii-iv+50 p. 4° (Regions 4, 5, 7.) [Processed.] 1 
L. C. card 53-61744 FS 2.2 : V 55/10 

13560 Venereal disease now, and looking into future; [by] John C. Cutter. 

[1953.] [7] p. [Processed. Paper presented at opening session of 
work conference for faculty members preparing nurses for beginning 
positions, Alto, Ga., Jan. 1952. Reproduced with permission from Public 
health nursing, Nov. 1952.] t FS2.30:C97 

13561 Ways of meeting social work needs, recruiting and training personnel for 

social work; [by] Ruth B. Taylor. [1953.] 12 p. [Produced with per- 
mission from Transactions of 44th annual meeting of National Tubercu- 
losis Association, 1948.] t FS 2.2 : So 1/2 

PUBLIC HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, Housing and Home Finance 
Agency 

13562 Report of test, anti-corrosion devices in individual dwelling unit hot water 

tanks, conducted by Alexandria Housing Authority, Alexandria, Va., 
[and] Public Housing Administration, Washington, D. C. Apr. 1953. 
cover title, 10 p. il. 4* t • Item 599 HH 3.2 : An 8 

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13563 Government Publications 

PUBLIC ROADS BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

13563 Results of physical tests of road-building aggregate to Jan. 1, 1951, by 
Physical Research Branch ; compiled by Donald O. Woolf. 1953. [3] + 
225 p. 4° * Paper, $1.00 • Item 265 
L. C. card 53-61596 C 37.2 : Ag 3 

RECLAMATION BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

Engineering monographs. [Processed.] 
13064 2. Multiple correlation in forecasting seasonal runoff; by Perry M. Ford. Re- 
vised [edition]. Denver, Colo., June 1953. cover title, [2] + H + 38 p. 11. 4° 
([Technical Information Office.]) + Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 53-61566 I 27.34 : 2 

Specifications and invitations. [Processed.] 127.8: (nos.) 

Notes. — Specifications and invitations usually include invitations for bids, sched- 
ule, specifications, and drawings. Bids for the specifications and invitations listed 
below were to have been received during the period July 10-Aug. 20, 1953. Pub- 
lications sold at Bureau of Reclamation, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 

13565 3980, suppl. 1. [Earthwork, pipe lines, and structures, including pumping plants, 

laterals 111.6W and 113. 7W and sublaterals, unit 1, Delano-Earlimart 
Irrigation district. Friant-Kern Canal Distribution Systems, Central Val- 
ley project, Cailf.] ; supplemental notice 1. July 7, 1953. 2 p. 4° 

13566 3981. Sioux City substation, transmission division, Missouri River Basin project, 

[1953.] cover title, [5]+a-q leaves-]- 123 p. 81 pi. map, 1 tab. 4» t 
* Paper, $2.70. 

13567 3982. Earthwork, steel pipe lines, and structures, laterals 1-22, inclusive, 

carpinteria distribution system, Cachuma project, Calif. [1953.] cover 
title, [3]+a-f leaves+61 p. 38 pi. 4° t Paper, $1.25 

13568 39S3. Stringing conductor and overhead ground wire, Folsom-Elverta 230-kilovolt 

transmissian line, American River division, Central Valley project, 
Calif. [1953.] cover title. [2] +a-b Ieaves + 15 p. 6 pi. map, 4" [Sup- 
plemental notice no. 1, June 30, 1953, 2 p. 4°, was also issued.] 
t Paper 50c. 

13569 39S5. Elephant F.utte water treatment plant, Rio Grande project, N. Mex. [1953.] 

cover title, [2]+a leaves +30 p. 7 pi. 4° t Paper, 35e. 

13570 3986. Carbon dioxide fire-extinguishing equipment for Alcova power plant, 

Kendrick project, Wyo. [1953.] cover title, [3]+a-c leaves+2 + 
[2] +17 p. 3 pi. 4° f Paper, 40c. 

13571 3987. Steel discharge pipe for Crow Creek pumping plant, Three Forks division 

Montana, Missouri River Basin project. [1953.] cover title, [2]+ a-b 
leaves+2+[2]+4+15 p. 8 pi. 4° t Paper, 40c. 

13572 3988. Relocation of forest road, Bear Creek bridge and approaches, Palisades 

Reservoir, Palisades project, Idaho. [1953.] cover title, [2]+a-b 
leaves + 22 p. 3 pi. map, 4° t Paper, 35c. 

13573 3989. Earthwork, pipe lines, and structures, including pumping plants, laterals 

8.7 to 20.0, and sublaterals, Plain View water district, Delta-Mendota 
Canal distribution system, Central Valley project, Calif. [1953.] cover 
title, [4] +2-z + aa-ee leaves+127 p. S7 pi., 2 maps, 4» t Paper, $2.85 

13574 3990. Addition of cooling system to heating and ventilating system for Ephrata 

office building. Columbia Basin project. Wash. [1953.] cover title [2] + 
a leaves + 34 p. 7 pi. 4° t Paper, 45c. 1-27.8 : 3990 

13575 3991. Earthwork, steel pipe lines, pumping plant and structures, laterals 10-16, 

inclusive. Goleta distribution system, Cachuma project, Calif. [1953.] 
cover title, [4] +a-e leaves + 81 p. 49 pi. map, 5° t Paper, $1.35. 

13576 3992. Steel structures for Oracle substation and for additions to ED 2, ED 4. 

and Conlidge substations, Davis Dam project. Ariz.-Nev. [1935.] cover 
title, [2]+a-q leaves+2+ [2] +4+21 p. 23 pi. 4° t Paper. $1.00. 

13577 3993. Governors for hydraulic turbines for Chandler power plant, Kennewicl; 

division, Yakima project. Wash. [1953.] cover title, [3] +a-c leaves + 
2+ [2] +32 p. 1 pi. 4° t Paper, 40c. 

13578 3994. Floodlighting downstream abutments of Hungry Horse Dam, Hungry Horse 

project, Mont. [1953.] [3]+a-c leaves + 10 p. 6 pi. map, 4° t Pa- 
per, 45c. 

13579 3995. Motor control equipment for Warden, North Warden, and Warden relift 

pumping plants, area E-5, Columbia Basin project, Wash. [1953.] 
cover title, [2]+a-d leaves + 2+ [2] +21 p. 6 pi. 4° t Paper, 50c. 

135S0 3997. Earth lining, station 287 + 00 to station 315 + 00, station 346 + 00 to sta- 
tion 390 + 00, station 413 + 00 to station 507 + 75, station 635 + 58 to 
station 645 + 33, and relocation and earth lining, station 617 + 81.3 to 
station 032 + 46.9 BE., Courtland Canal, Superior-Courtland unit, Bost- 
wick division, Nebraska-Kansas, Missouri River Basin project. [1953.] 
cover title, [2]+a-e leaves + 15 p. 9 pi. map, 4° t Paper, 40c. 

l.".5Sl 3998. Neutral grounding equipment for units 1. 2, and 3 at Folsom power plant. 
Central Valley project, Calif. [1953.] cover title, [3] +a-d leaves + 
2 + 10 p. 4» t Paper, 30c. 

13582 3999. Safety doors, bulkheads, wall support, frame and cover for outage preven- 
tion at Grand Coulee Dam, Columbia Basin project, Wash. [1953.] 
cover title, [3]+a-b leaves+2+ [2] +4 + 13 p. 15 pi. 4° -f Paper, 55c. 

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August 1953 13595 

Specifications and invitations — Continued 

13583 4000. High-pressure lubrication system for thrust hearing on one 108,000-KVA 

generator at Grand Coulee power plant. Columbia Basin project, Wash. 
[1953. J cover title, [2] +a-b leaves + 12 p. 4° [Negotiated contract.] t 

13584 4003. Emergency pumping units for pumping plant at Conchas Dam, Tueumcari 

project, X. Mex. [1953.] cover title, [l]+a leaves + 9 p. 4° t 

13585 4005. Fixed-wheel gate hoists and control for power and outlet tunnels, Palisades 

Dam and power plant, Palisades project, Idaho. [1953.] cover title, 
2 + a-d leaves + 2+ [3] +4 + 20 p. 19 pi. 2 tab. 4" t Paper, 80c. 

13586 Tueumcari irrigation project, N. Mex., announcement of annual water 

rental charges (act of June 17, 1902, 32 Stat. 38S, as amended or Sup- 
plemented), no. 9, amdt. 2. June 30, 1953. [2] p. 4° [Processed.] t 

I 27.40 : T 79/9/amdt.2 

13587 Water measurement manual, manual pertaining to measurement of water 

for irrigation projects, reclamation manual, specialist supplement; [pre- 
pared by H. M. Martin, C. W. Thomas, D. M. Lancaster, W. B. MeBirney, 
O. H. Millikan. and R. E. Burke, edited by E. H. Larson, and E. A. Abdun- 
Nur. 1st edition, May 1953. [1953.] xiii+271 p. il. 12° ( [Design and 
Construction Division, Engineering Laboratories Branch.]) [Super- 
sedes five editions of Measurement of irrigation water, 1913-40, and ten- 
tative edition of Manual for measurement of irrigation water, 1947.] 

* Cloth, $1.50 • Item 664 

L. C. card 53-61469 I 27.19 : W 29 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

13588 Specifications for Government synthetic rubbers, revised edition, Oct. 1, 

1952. [revised pages] ; July 1,1953. [1953.] [17] leaves, 4° [Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form.] t 

L. C. card 53-60442 Y 3.R 24 : 2 R 82/952/rev.pages-3 

RENEGOTIATION BOARD 

Renegotiation staff bulletin. [Issued with perforations.] 

13589 3H. Use of CMP symbols to segregate certain purchase orders. [1953.] 1 p. 4" 

* Paper, $1.25 per 100 ; single copy, 5c. • Item 308 Rnb 1.6/3 : 3 H 

SAVINGS BONDS DIVISION, Treasury Dept. 

13590 For financial consultants, convenient reference to essential features of 

United States savings bonds, series A through K. [1953.] 16 p. narrow 
8° ([SBD321.]) t • 971 T66.2:P49 

13591 Postman will bring you interest check every 6 months if [you invest in 

United States Treasury series "H" current income bonds]. [1953.] 
[4] p. il. narrow 16° ([SBD-335.]) t • Item 971 T66.2: In 8/5 

13592 Thrift time table, nationwide schedules, "The United States savings bonds 

special". [1953.] [2] p. il. 4°, folded into narrow 8° size. ([SBD- 
334.] ) t • Item 971 T 66.2 : T 41/3 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

13593 Decisions and reports, v. 24, Sept. 16-Dec. 31, 1946. 1953. x + 712 p. il. 1 pi. 

* Cloth, $3.00. • Item 908 

L. C. card 38-22150 SE 1.11 : 24 

SHIPS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

13594 Cable comparison guide, data pertaining to electric shipboard cable : com- 

piled by Electrical Branch. 1953. cover title, [2] +32 p. 4° (NAVSHIPS 
250-660-23.) % • Item 414 D 211.6 :C 11 

13595 Manual for operation and maintenance of boat, life, CO : inflatable, Mark II, 

7 person capacity. [1953.] cover title, 16 p. J • Item 414 

D 211.6 :L 62 

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13596 Government Publications 

13590 Manual for operation and maintenance of 15 person CO inflatable life boat 
Mk. I Alt. B. [1953.] cover title, 20 p. il. % • Item 414 

D 211.6 : L 62/2 

13597 Manual for overhaul, repair and handling of azimuth and bearing circles 

with parts catalog, contract NObs-47863 ; Apr. 1953. [1953.] iv+59 p. 
il. 4° (NAVSHIPS 250-624-7.) % • Item 414 D211.6:Az3 

13598 Manual for overhaul, repair, and handling of azimuth telescopes, with 

parts catalog, contract NObs^7863 ; Apr. 1953. [1953.] iv+73 p. il. 4° 
(NAVSHIPS 250-624-4.) * Paper, $1.00. • Item 414 D 211.6 : T 23 

13599 Manual for overhaul, repair and handling of mark 1, mod ship telescope 

with parts catalog, contract NObs-47863 ; Apr. 1953. [1953.] iv+83 p. 
il. 4° (NAVSHIPS 250-624-3.) * Stiff board $1.25. • Item 414 

D 211.6 : T 23/2 

13600 Manual for overhaul, repair and handling of telescopic alidades, with parts 

catalog, contract NObs-47863; Mar. 1953. [1953.] iv+215 p. il. 4° 
(NAVSHIPS 250-624-5.) t • Item 414 D211.6-.A14 

SMALL DEFENSE PLANTS ADMINISTRATION 

Management aids for small business. [Processed.] f SDP1.10: (nos.) 

13601 1. How small plants can sell to Federal Government ; by Rees D. Stith and 

Mary S. Taugner. Revised June 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° 

13602 30. Employee selection and placement methods for small plants ; by John M. 

Elliott. June 1953. 4 p. 4° 

13603 31. Packaging pointers for government contractors. June 1953. 4 p. 4° t 

Small business management series. 

13604 4. Improving materials handling in small plants [with list of periodicals] ; pre- 

pared by technical specialists In private industry. Feb. 1953. v+42 p. II. 
([Management Service Division.]) [Text and another illustration on p. 1-4 
of cover.] * Paper, 20c. • Item 901-C 
L. C. card 53-61638 SDP 1.12 : 4 

Technical aids for small business. [Processed.] f SDP 1.11: (nos.) 

13605 26. How to select right grinding wheel ; by J. Wade Rice. June 1953. 4 p. il. 4» 

13606 27. Gaging tolerances in machine shops; [by Joseph de Feher]. June 1953. 

4 p. a. 4» 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

Smithsonian miscellaneous collections. SI 1.7: (nos.) 

13607 v. 119, no. 2. Permian fauna at El Antimonio, western Sonora, Mexico [with 

selected bibliography] ; by G. Arthur Cooper, Carl O. Dunbar, 
Helen Duncan, Arthur K. Miller J. Brookes Knight. Washing- 
ton, June 25, 1953 [Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, Md.]. 
jv-f 111 p. 25 p. of pi. map. (Publication 4108 ; Charles D. and 
Mary Vaux Walcott Research Fund.) t Paper. $2 50 
L. C. card 53-61508 

13608 v. 121, no. 10. Tillodontia, early Tertiary order of mammals [with list of refer- 

ences] ; by C. Lewis Gazin. Washington, June 23, 1953 [Lord 
Baltimore Press, Baltimore, Md.]. vi+110 p. il. 16 p. of pi. 
(Publication 4109 ; Charles D. and Mary Vaux Walcott Research 
Fund.) t Paper, $1.50. 
L. C. card 53-61509 

13609 v. 122, no. 3. Metamorphosis of fly's head [with list of references] ; by R. E. 

Snodgrass. Washington, June 25, 1953 [Lord Baltimore Press, 
Baltimore, Md.]. [2] +25 p. il. (Publication 4133.) t Pa- 
per, 30c. 
L. C. card 53-61510 

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

13610 Regulations 4, issue no. 4 ; May 19, 1953. [1953.] [6] p. [These regu- 

lations contain amendments to Regulations 4 required by Social security 
act amendments of 1952. Issued in loose-leaf form.] t • Item 520 

FS 3.6/2 : 4 

13611 Regulations 4, issue no. 5; June 16, 1953. [1953.] [14 p.] [These regu- 

lations contain certain amendments to Regulations 4 required by Social 
security act amendments of 1952. Issued in loose-leaf form.] t 
• Item 520 FS 3.6/2 : 5 

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August 1953 13626 

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

Soil survey report, series 1939. 

13612 20. Tioga County, N. Y. [with list of literature cited; by Morris E. Austin]. 

[1053.] cover title, 133 p. il. 1 pi. 18 p. ot pi. 2 tabs. 1 is In pocket, 4 
maps in pocket. [Prepared in cooperation with Cornell University Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station. Text and another illustration on p. 2 and 4 of 
cover. Issued June 1053.] • Paper, $2.00 • Item 102 
L. C. card Agr 53-209 A 57.38 : 930/20 

Soil survey report, series 1942. 

13613 2. Perry County, Tenn. [with list of literature cited ; by E. A. Townsend, R. H. 

Deere, L. E. Odom, and \V. C. Sams]. [1953.] cover title, 143 p. il. 1 pi. 
8 p. of pi. 4 maps and 1 tab in pocket. [Prepared in cooperation with Tennes- 
see Agricultural Experiment Station and Tennessee Valley Authority. Text 
and another map on p. 2 and 4 of cover. Issued July 1953.] * Paper, $3.00. 
• Item 102 
L. C. card Agr 53-224 A 57.38 : 942/2 

STATE DEPARTMENT 

13614 Austria, graphic survey. Mar. 1953. [5] +119+ [2] p. il. oblong 12° 

(Office of United States High Commissioner for Austria.) [Processed. 

Another illustration on p. 1 cover. 1 t 

L. C. card 53-61505 S 1.89/4 : Au 7 

Bibliography. (Library and Reference Services Division.) [Processed.] f 

13615 75. Checklist of bibliographies compiled by Division of Library and Reference 

Services, selected list. May 1953. cover title, ii leaves + 17 p. 4° 

L. C. card 53-61632 S 1.92 : 75 

Department and foreign service series. 

13616 32. Foreign consular offices in United States, May 1, 1953. [1953.] v + 45 p. 

([Publication 4979]) • Paper, 20c. • Item 803 & 871 

L. C. card 32-26478 S 1.69 : 32 

Economic cooperation series. 

13617 33. Report of Consultative Committee on Economic Development in South and 

Southeast Asia, 4th meeting, Karachi, Pakistan, Mar. 1952. [July 1952.] 
cover title, 75 p. ([Publication 4650; Division of Publications, Office of 
Public Affairs.] ) t 
L. C. card 52-61S72 S 1.65 : 33 

European and British Commonwealth series. S 1.74 : (nos.) 

13618 38. Report of Conference on German External Debts, London, Feb.-Aug. 1952. 

[1953.] cover title, 59 p. f° ([Publication 4746; Division of Publica- 
tions, Office of Public Affairs.]) t 
L. C. card 53-60435 

13619 44. Flight from paradise, East German exodus, background. [1953.] 8 p. 11. 4° 

([Publication 5091; Division of Publications, Office of Public Affairs.]) 
* Paper, 5c. • Item 869 
L. C. card 53-61474 

13620 Facts about Point 4 in Iraq. Mar. 1953. 6 p. 4° (Technical Cooperation 

Administration. ) f S 1.105 : Ir 1 

13621 Facts about Point 4 in Liberia. Mar. 1953. 4 p. 4" (Technical Coopera- 

tion Administration. ) f S 1.105 : L 61 

Far Eastern series. 

13622 59. Centennial celebration of opening of Japan, 1853-1953. [1953.] cover title, 

[4] +26+ [2] p. 11. 4» ([Publication 5093; Division of Publications.]) 
[Other illustrations on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. • Item 870 
L. C. card 53-61733 S 1.38 : 59 

13623 Foreign service list, Apr. 1, 1953. [1953.] vii+194 p. ( [Publication 4998 ; 

Office of Public Affairs, Division of Publications.]) [Semiannual.] 

* Paper, 75c, a yr., 25e. additional for foreign mailing ; Single copy, 40c. 

• Item 873 

L. C. card 10-16369 S 1.7 : 953/1 

Foreign service manual. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] J 

13624 v. 1. Administration [new and revised pages] ; June 12, 1953. [1953.] [7] p. 

4» [Includes Transmittal letter A-141.] J S 1.5/4 : A-141 

13625 Same; June 22, 1953. [1953.1 [21] p. 4" [Includes Transmittal letter 

A-142.] S 1.5/4 :A-1 42 

13626 Same; June 23, 1953. [1953.] [16] p. 4° [Includes Transmittal letter 

A-143.] S 1.5/4 :A-143 

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Government Publications 



[1953.] 



Foreign service manual — Continued 

13627 Same; June 25, 1053. [1953.] 

A-144.] 

13628 Same; June 26, 1953. [1053.] 

A-145.] 
13G29 Same ; June 29, 1953. 
A-146.] 

13630 Same; July 3, 1953. 

A-147.] 

13631 Same; July 13, 1953 

A-148.] 

13632 Same; July 17, 1953 

A-150.] 

13633 Same; July 17, 1953 

A-151.] 

13634 Same; July 17, 1053. 

A-149.] 



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[6] p. 
[14] p. 



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S 1.5/4 : A-144 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-145 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-146 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-147 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-148 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-150 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4: A 151 
[Includes Transmittal letter 

S 1.5/4 : A-149 



International organization and conference series III, United Nations (in- 
cluding commissions. ) 

13635 04. New human rights action program. [1953.] [1] +842-848 p. 4° ([Pub- 

lication 5124 ; Division of Publications.] ) [Reprinted from Department of 

State bulletin, June 15, 1053.] * Paper, 5c. • Item S81 

L. C. card 53-61734 S 1.70/3 : 94 

13636 Notes on historical development of United Nations Educational Scientific 

and Cultural Organization. [June 17, 1953.] 4 p. 4° (U. S. National 
Commission for UNESCO.) [Processed.] t S5.4S:H62/2 

13637 Press, radio and film in west Germany, 1945-53 ; by Henry P. Pilgert, with 

assistance of Helga Dobbert. n. p. [May 11, 1953]. [l]+viii+123 p. 
(Historical Division, Office of Executive Secretary, Office of U. S. High 
Commissioner for Germany.) t 
L. C. card 53-61471 S 1.95 : P 92 

13638 Publications of Department of State, July 1, 1952-Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 

vi+20 p. large S° ( [Publication 4S43 ; Division of Publications, Office of 

Public Affairs.]) * Paper, 20c. • Item SS6 

L. C. card 30-26444 S 1.30 : 953/1 

13630 state and local government in west Germany, 1945-53, with special refer- 
ence to U. S. Zone and Bremen; by J. F. J. Gillen. n. p. 1953. [1] + 
ix+131 p. (Historical Division, Office of Executive Secretary, Office of 
U. S. High Commissioner for Germany.) t 
L. C. card 53-61308 S 1.95 : St 2 

Treaties and other international acts series. * Paper, $10.00 a yr. (ap- 
proximately 150 issues), $3.50 additional for foreign mailing; single 
copies vary in price. • Item 899 S9.10: (nos.) 

13640 2586. Mexican agricultural workers, agreement between United States and Mex- 

ico, extending and amending agreement of Aug. 11, 1051, effected by 
exchange of notes signed Mexico Mav 10, 1052 ; entered into force May 
10, 1052. [1053.] [2] +53 p. ([Publication 4S84.]) [English and 
Spanish.] * Paper. 20c. 
L. C. card 53-61630 

13641 2502. Health and sanitation, cooperative program in Nicaragua, additional finan- 

cial contributions, agreement between United States and Nicaragua, 
effected by exchange of notes signed Managua Jan. 16 and June 14. 1052 ; 
entered into force June 14, 1052. [1053.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 
4804.]) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 53-61551 
L3642 2503. Economic coordination between unified command and Republic of Korea, 
signed Pusan May 24. 1052, entered into force May 24, 1052, and 
exchange of notes and official minutes signed Pusan May 24, 1052. 
[1053.] [2]+23 p. ([Publication 4805.]) [English and Korean.] 
* Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 53-61640 

13643 2507. Health and sanitation, cooperative program in Chile, additional financial 

contributions, agreement between United Slates and Chile, effected by 
exchange of notes signed Santiago Jan. 30 and Feb. 5, 1052; entered into 
force Feb. 5. 1052. [1953.] [2]+4p. ( [Publication 4006.] ) [Eng- 
lish and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61532 

13644 250S. Technical cooperation, education program, agreement between United States 

and Libya amending agreement of Apr. 30 and May 20, 1052, effected by 

exchange of notes dated Tripoli, June 10, 1052 ; entered into force June 

19.1052. [1053.] [2] +3 p. ( [Publication 4905.] ) [English and 

Arabic] 

L. C. card 53-61553 



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AtTGTJST 1953 13660 

Treaties and other international acts series — Continued 

13645 2601. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Belgium, effected by exchange of notes signed 
Brussels Jan. 7. 1952: entered into force Jan. 7, 1952. [1953.] [2] + 
6 p. ( [Publication 4*65.] ) [English and French.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-01554 

13646 2002. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Burma, effected by exchange of notes signed 
Rangoon Feb. 6 and 9. 1952; entered into force Feb. 9, 1952. [1953.] 
[2] +2 p. ( [Publication 4806.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61555 

13647 2604. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and China, effected by exchange of notes signed 

Taipei Dec. 29, 1951 and Jan. 2. 1952 : entered into force Jan. 2, 1952. 

[1953.] [2] + ll p. ([Publication 4891.]) [English and Chinese.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61641 
1304S 2005. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Denmark, effected by exchange of notes signed 

Copenhagen Jan. 8, 1952 : entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] 

[2] +5 p. ([Publication 4909]) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61642 
13049 2607. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Federal Republic of Germany, effected by 

exchange of notes signed Bonn Dec. 19 and 2S, 1951 ; entered into force 

Dee. 28, 1951. [1953.] [2] +5 p. ([Publication 4930.]) [English 

and German.] * Paper, 5c. 
13650 2609. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Iceland, effected by exchange of notes signed 

Reyjavik Jan. 7 and 8. 1952: entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] 

[2] + 5p. ([Publication 4931.] ) * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-01557 
13051 2611. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Italy, effected by exchange of notes signed 

Rome Jan. 7, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 7. 1052. [1953.] [2] +6 p. 

([Publication 4907.] I [English and Italian.] * Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61643 

13652 2614. Mutual security, assurance under Mutual security act of 19ul, agreement 

between United States and Luxembourg, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Luxembourg Jan. s, 1952 : entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.1 
[2]+6p. ([Publication 4922.]) [English and French.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61558 

13653 2615. Mutual security assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and the Netherlands, effected bv exchange of notes 
signed The Hague Jan. 8, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] 
[2]+0p. ([Publication 4968.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61044 

13654 2610. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Norway, effected bv exchange of notes signed 
Oslo Jan. 8, 1952: entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2] + 6 p. 
([Publication 4956.]) 'Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 53-61645 

13655 2617. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Republic of Philippines, effected by exchange 
of notes signed Manila Jan. 4 and 7, 1952 : entered into force Jan. 7, 1952. 
[1953.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 4950.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61646 

13656 2618. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Portugal, effected by exchange of notes, signed 
Lisbon Jan. 8, 1952 : entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2] +5 p. 
([Publication 4957.]) * I'aper, 5e. 
L. C. card 53-61647 

13657 2619. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and Thailand, effected by exchange of notes signed 
Bangkok Dec. 27 and 29, 1951 : entered into force Dec. 29, 1951. [1953.] 
[2] +4 p. ([Publication 5001.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61559 
1365S 2620. Mutual security, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 
between United States and British-United States zone, Free Territory of 
Trieste, effected by exchange of letters signed Trieste Dec. 28, 1951, and 
Jan. 3, 1952: entered into force Jan. 3, 1952. [1953.] [2] +3 p. 
([Publication 4958.]) 'I'aper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61648 

13659 2022. Mutual security assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agreement 

between United States and United Kingdom of Great Britain and North- 
ern Ireland, effected bv exchange of notes signed London Jan. 8, 1952 ; 
entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2] +7 p. ([Publication 
4962.] ) » Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 53-61649 

13660 2627. Technical cooperation assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Chile, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Bogota Dec. 20 and 27, 1951 : entered into force Dec. 27, 1951. 
[2]+3p. ([Publication 4883.]) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61651 

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13661 Government Publications 

Treaties and other international acts series — Continued 

13661 2628. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Colombia, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Bogota Dec. 20 and 27, 1951 ; entered into force Dec. 27, 1951. 
[1953.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 4889.]) [English and Spanish.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61652 

13662 2629. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, 

agreement between United States and Cuba, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Ilabana Jan. 7 and 8, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. 
[1953.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 4892.]) [English and Spanish.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61653 

13663 2630. Technical cooperation, assurance under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Dominican Republic, effected by ex- 
change of notes signed Ciudad Trujillo Dec. 12, 1951 and Jan. 5, 1952; 
entered into force Jan. 5, 1952. [1953.] [2] +5 p. ([Publication 
4933]) [English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61654 

13664 2632. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Ecuador effected by exchange of notes 
signed Quito Dec. 21, 1951 and Jan. 8, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 8, 
1952. [1953.] [2]+5p. ( [Publication 4932.] ) [English and Span- 
ish.] • Paper, 5e. 
L. C. card 53-61655 

13665 2633. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Ethiopia, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Addis Ababa Dec. 17 and 27, 1951, and Jan. 8, 1952 ; entered 
into force Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2]+3 p. ([Publication 4923.]) 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61656 

13666 2634. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Guatemala, effected by exchange of 
notes signed Guatemala Jan. 7 and 8, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 8, 
1952. [1953.] [2]+3p. ([Publication 4983.] ) [English and Span- 
ish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61657 

13667 2635. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Haiti, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Port-au-Prince Dec. 15, 1951, and Jan. 8, 1952 ; entered into force 
Jan. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2] +6 p. ( [Publication 4973.] ) [English and 
French.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61658 

13668 2636. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Honduras, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Tegucigalpa Dec. 14, 1951, and Jan. 3, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 
3, 1952. [1953.] [2] +5 p. ([Publication 4984.]) [English and 
Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61659 

13669 2640. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Jordan, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Amman Jan. 3 and 5, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 5, 1952. 
[1953.] [2] +3 p. ([Publication 4986.]) [English and Arabic] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61660 

13670 2641. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Liberia, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Monrovia Jan. 7 and 22, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 22, 1952, 
operative retroactively from Jan. 7, 1952. [1953.] [2]+2p. ([Pub- 
lication 5021] ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61661 

13671 2642. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Nepal, effected by exchange of notes 
dated New Delhi Jan. 2 and 8, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 8, 1952. 
[1953.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 5030.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61560 

13672 2643. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Nicaragua, effected bv exchange of notes, 
signed Managua Dec. 18 and 24, 1951 ; entered into force Dec. 24, 1951. 
[1953.] [2] +6 p. ([Publication 5002.]) [English and Spanish.] 

* Paper, 5c. 

L. C. card 53-61662 

13673 2644. Technical cooperation assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Panama, effected by exchange of notes, 
signed Panama Dec. 17, 1951, and Jan. 7, 1952 ; entered into force Jan. 
7, 1952. [1953.] [2] +6 p. ([Publication 5003.]) [English and 
Spanish.] • Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61663 

13674 2645. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 1951, agree- 

ment between United States and Paraguay, effected by exchange of notes 
signed Asunci6n Dec. 18, 1951, and Jan. 5, 1952 ; entered into force 
Jan. 5, 1952. [1953.] [2] +5 p. ([Publication 5004.]) [English 
and Spanish.] 'Paper, 5c. 



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Treaties and other international acts series— Continued 
2647. Technical cooperation, assurances under Mutual security act of 19=il „™ 

L. C. card 53-61665 

2649. ^SSl^LSSS^^SltS^SS^T^J^S^ security act of 1951, agree- 

of Great Britain and 
f notes signed London 
• 1 [2] + 3p. ([Pub- 
C. card 53-61561 T~' "' 

13677 2655. Relief from taxation on defense expenditures, agreement between United 

States and France, replacing agreement of Mar. 13, 1952 effected hv 
ll5 h " 8e [l5 °3° V s ' flfl^ 3 ™ "tf&PS ; entered'into force June if 
English.] •Paper' 2 lot P " < [PubIleatl0D *93o.]) [French and 
L. C. card 53-61779 

13678 2656. Aerial mapping program in Brazil, agreement between United States and 

Brazil effected by exchange ot notes signed Rio de Janeiro, June 2 1952 ; 
SS&tf ^J^J^JsJE^ IR 53 -] .121 + 8 P- ([Publicatio'n 



Paper, 10c. 



4969.]) [English and Portuguese'.] 
L. C. card 53-61722 

2658. Air service, agreement between United States and Greece effected bv 
exchange of notes signed Athens Mar. 11, June 16, and June 25 1952 • 
49370^ '"papeToc" 11 5 ' 1952- [1953 ' ] t2]+4 P- ([Publication 
L. C.' card 53-61666 

2664. Settlement of certain war claims, agreement between United States and 

Portugal, effected by exchanges of notes, dated Washington Oct 3 1947 

?2jQ Feb r-,oi', A i Iay r 3 1 a , n 2 20 ' a , n r ( lA u , B - 4 ' 1949: entered into force Aug. i, 
1949. [1953.] [2] + 8p. ( [Publication 4959.] ) ♦ Paper, 10c 
L. C. card 53-61780 

2665. Health and sanitation, cooperative program in Colombia, additional financial 

contributions, agreement between United States and Colombia, effected 
by exchange of notes, signed Bogota June 20 and 28, 1952 ; entered into 
force June 28, 19o2. U953.] [2]+4p. ([Publication 4960.] ) [Eng- 



13682 2670. Relief supplies and packages for British/United States zone, Free Terri- 

tory of Trieste, duty-free entry and free inland transportation, agreement 
between United States and British/United States zone, Free Territory 
of Trieste, amending agreement of l?eb. 11, 1949, effected bv exchange of 
letters, signed Trieste June 30 and July 18, 1952 ; entered into force 
July 18, 1952. [1953.] [2] + 2p. ( [Publication 4987.] ) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61781 

13683 2671. Assignment of U. S. Army officer as director of Military School and of 

Military Academy of El Salvador, agreement between United States and 
El Salvador extending agreement of May 21, 1943, effected by exchange 
of notes, signed San Salvador, July 3 and 16, 1952 ; entered into force 
July 16, 1952; operative retroactively from May 21, 1952. [1953.] 
[2]+2p. ([Publication 4988.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61724 

13684 2672. Economic assistance, refugee relief and resettlement projects, agreement 

between United States and Israel, supplementing agreement of Feb. 27, 
1952, effected by exchange of notes signed Tel Aviv Aug. 13, 1952 ; 
entered into force Aug. 13, 1952. [1953.] [2] +4 p. ([Publication 
5015.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61667 

13685 2673, Leased bases in Saint Lucia, use by government of Saint Lucia, agreement 

between United States and Saint Lucia, signed Castries, Saint Lucia, 
July 29, 1952; entered into force July 29, 1952. [1953.] [2] +4 p. 
([Publication 4989.]) * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61668 

13686 2675. Mutual defense assistance, agreement between United States and Israel, 

effected by exchange of notes signed Tel Aviv July 1 and 23, 1952 ; 
entered into force July 23, 1952. [1953.] [2] +3 p. ([Publication 
4991.] ) • Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61669 

13687 2686. Economic cooperation, guaranties under Public law 472, 80th Congress, 

as amended, agreements between United States and Israel, effected by ex- 
change of notes signed Tel Aviv Aug. 7 and 8, 1952 ; entered into force 
Aug. 8, 1952. [1953.] [2]4-3p. ( [Publication 5010.] ) • Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card 53-61670 

13688 2800. Universal Postal Union, convention, final protocol, regulations, airmail 

provisions, and final protocol to air-mail provisions, between United States 
and other Governments, revising Universal Postal Convention of July 5, 
1947, signed Brussels, July 11, 1952, approved by President of United 
States Jan. 8, 1953; entered into force July 1, 1953. [1953.] ili+320 
p. il. ([Publication 4875.]) [French and English.] 'Paper, 75c. 
L. C. card 53-61468 



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13089 Government Publications 

13G80 u. S. information programs in Berlin; by Elmer Plisehke and Henry P. 
Pilgert with assistance of Elisabeth Erdruann. 1953. [2] leaves+3+ 
108 p. 4" (Historical Division, Office of Executive Secretary, Office of 
U. S. High Commissioner for Germany.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-6177S S 1.91 : B 45/2 

1 3600 United States treaties and other international agreements : v. 2, pt. 1, 1951. 
[1952.] viii-f-12264-ix p. large 8° [Text is in English and other lan- 
guages.] 

Note. Prior to publication of this compilation, treaties and other in- 
ternational agreements were printed in Statutes at large. * Cloth, $7.00. 
• Item S99-A 
L. C. card 53-60242 S 9.12 : 2/pt.l 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts manual. [Processed. Issued in loose- 
leaf form.] t 

13691 v. 2. [Supply ashore], Change 38; June 12, 1953. [1953.] 6+ [89] p. 11. 4° 

N 20.13 : Su 7/2/946/1. 2/eh.3S 

13692 v. 3. [Supply afloat], Change 37; June 12, 1953. [1953.] 4+ [30] p. il. 4» 

N 20.13 : Su 7/2/940/v.3/ch.37 

13693 v. 4. [Commissary, clothing and small stores, and ships' stores]. Change 41; 

June 29, 1953. 1953.] 4+ [82] p. il. 4° N 20.13 : Su 7/2/946/v.4/eh.41 

13694 v. 8. [Ships operating indirectly under general supply system], Change 41; 

June 12, 1953. [1953.] 5+ [93] p. il 4" [Processed. Issued in loose- 
leaf form.] D 212.6 : Su 7/949/v.8/ch.41 

13695 Same, Change 40; June 1, 1953. [1953.] 1+ [95] p. il. 4° [Processed.] 

D 212.6 : Su 7/949/v.8/ch.40 

13696 Change 13S, Navy shipping guide, pt. 1 and pt. 2 ; June S,_1953. n. p. [1953.] 

i4- [IS] and i+ [14] p. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] t 

N 20.17/2 : 13S/pt.l-2 

13697 joint travel regulations, Change 14; Aug. 1, 1953. [1953.] 1+[12] p. 4° 

[ Issued in loose-leaf f orm. ] t D 212.6 : T 69/ch.l4 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

13698 Imports of coal-tar products, 1952, United States imports for consumption 

of intermediates, dyes, medicinals, flavor and perfume materials, and 
other finished coal-tar products entered in 1952 under pars. 27 and 2S 
of Tariff act of 1930 ; compiled by Chemical Division. July 1953. cover 
title, 39 p. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] f 
L. C. card 46-26574 TC 1.2 : C 63/3/952 

Report, 2d series. • Item 9S1 TC1.9:(nos.) 

13699 181. Spring clothespins (1952), report on escape-clause investigation, made and 

published pursuant to provisions of sec. 7 of Trade agreements extension 
act of 1951. 1953. v+4S p. [Text on p. 2—4 of cover. This is reissue 
of report first released in Aug. 1952.] * 1'aper, 20c. 
L. C. card 53-61574 

13700 182. Groundfish fillets, report on escape-clause investigation made and published 

pursuant to provisions of sec. 7 of Trade agreements extension act of 
1951. [1953.] vii+127p. [Text on p. 2-4 of cover. This is reissue of 
report first released Sept. 1952.] • Paper, 35c. 
L. C. card 53-61679 

TECHNICAL SERVICES OFFICE, Commerce Dept. 

IB (series). [Processed.] C 35.11: (nos.) 

13701 41. Bibliography of reports on quality control. [Revised edition.] June 1953. 

3 p. 4° f Paper, 10c. 

13702 66. Bibliography of reports on oxygen generators. [Revised edition.] June 

1953. 5 p. 4° T Paper, 10c. 

13703 81. Bibliography of reports on liquid air. [Revised edition.] June 1953. 

2 p. 4° f Paper, 10c. 

13704 85. Bibliography of reports on airborne spraying apparatus. June 1953. 

4 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

13705 135. Bibliography of reports on phosphorus, phosphoric acid and sodium phos- 

phates. June 1953. 5 p. 4» f Paper, 10c. 

13706 155. Bibliography of reports on digital computers. June 1953. 7 p. 4° t Paper, 

10c. 

13707 192. Bibliography of reports on induction heating. June 1953. 3 p. 4" f Paper, 

10c. 

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August 1953 1371s 

SB (series). [Processed.] 

13708 18. Bibliography of reports on soaps and detergents. May 1953. 31 p. 4° f Ta- 

per, 50c. C 35.11/3 : 18 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Chemical engineering report. 

13709 7. Development of processes for production of fused tricalcium phosphate [with 

list of references], or staff of Office of Chemical Engineering; compiled by 
J. C. Brosheer and T. P. Ilignett. [1953.] ix + 143 p. il. * Paper, 40c. 
• Item 10S1 Y 3.T 25 : 19/7 

13710 Public grounds maintenance handbook [with list of references; by] H. S. 

Conover. June 1953. viii+[l]+495 p. il. 4° (Division of Reservoir 
Properties.) [Processed. Other illustrations on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] 
t Paper, $5.00, Tennessee Vallev Authority, Knoxville, Tenn. 
L. C. card 53-61633 Y 3.T 25 : 6 P 96 

TERRITORIES OFFICE, Interior Dept. 

13711 General information, commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Oct. 1952. [4] p. il. 4° 

[Processed.] f 1 35.12/2 : In 3/952 

13712 General information, Guam. June 1952. 4 p. il. 4° [Processed.] f 

1 35.15/2 : G 93/952 

13713 Guam, information on Territory of Guam for fiscal year 1952, transmitted 

by United States to Secretary General of United Nations pursuant to 
art. 73 (e) of the Charter; prepared by Government of Guam in coopera- 
tion with Interior Department. 1953. [3] leaves+50+[15] p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] T 
L. C. card 53-61179 I 35.15/2 : G 93/2/952 

TRANSPORTATION BUREAU, Post Office Dept. 

13714 Schedule of mail routes, no. 641, June 8, 1953, 4th division, Postal Trans- 

portation Service, comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Caro- 
lina, Tennessee, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Curtiss Printing Com- 
pany, Inc., Atlanta, Ga. [June 8, 1953]. 120 p. narrow 8° i 

P 10.12/4 : 641 

13715 Schedule of mail routes, no. 220, June 19, 1953, 12th division, Postal Trans- 

portation Service, comprising Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. 
Peerless Printing Co., New Orleans 12, La. [June 19, 1953.] 88 p. nar- 
row 8° t P 10.12/12 : 220 

1371G Schedule of mail routes, no. 204, June 10, 1953, 15th division, Postal Trans- 
portation Service, comprising Pennsylvania, Delaware, Eastern Shore 
of Maryland, Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia, and Penn- 
sylvania R. R. System between New York and Chicago and between 
New York and St. Louis, and such collateral lines as may be designated. 
Herbick & Held [June 10, 1953]. 187+ [1] p. narrow S° t 

P 10.12/15 : 204 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Department circular, f 

13717 925. United States of America 2% percent Treasury certificates of indebtedness 

of series C-1954, dated and bearing interest from July 15, 1953, due 
Mar. 22. 1954. July 6. 1953. 3 leaves, 4» (Fiscal Service. Public Debt 
Bureau.) [Processed.] 9 Item 924 T 1.4/2 : 925 

13718 Treasury decisions under customs and other laws, v. 87, Jan.-Dec. 1952. 

1953. vi+3S9 p. [Includes Treasury decisions 52S95-53166.] * Cloth, 

$1.75. • Item 927 

L. C. card 10-30490 T 1.11 : 87 

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1871B Government Publications 

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 

13719 Hospital administration and management, selected bibliography prepared 

for use of inter-agency institute for Federal hospital administrators, 
sponsored by Veterans Administration, Washington, D. C, Apr. 13-May 1, 
1953 ; prepared by Medical and General Reference Library, Library Serv- 
ice, Special Services. Apr. 1953. iii-f-67+17 p. 4° [Processed.] ± 
L. C. card 51-61579 VA 1.2 : H 79/2/953 

Information bulletin IB (series), t 

13720 10-^42. Hospital operations service issue. July 1953. 27 p. 11. 4° (Department 

of Medicine and Surgery.) e Item 986-A VA 1.22 : 10-42 

VA pamphlet. 

13721 4—1. GI loans for veterans, questions and answers ; July 1953. [1953.] 23 p. 

narrow 8° [Rescission, VA pamphlet 4—1, 2d revision, Nov. 1951, and 
changes 1 and 2 thereto.] t • Item 988 VA 1.19 : 4-1/4 

13722 Veterans Administration management improvement report. Sept. 15, 1952. 

cover title, [15S] p. 4° [Processed.] % VA 1.2 :M 31/2 

WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIVISIONS, Labor Dept. 

13723 Address by Louise McGuire, specialist, handicapped worker problems, be- 

fore annual meeting of National Committee on Sheltered Workshops and 
Homebound Programs, in conjunction with National Conference of Social 
Work, Cleveland, Ohio, June 4, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t 
L. C. card L 3S-102 L 20.11 : M 17 

13724 Walsh-Healey public contracts act: Rulings and interpretations no. 3, 

editorial revisions incorporating changes in General regulations to Apr. 
30,1953. [1953.] v+31 p. 4° f • Item 778 L22.ll: 3/953 

WOMEN'S BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

13725 Employment outlook for high school teachers. [1953.] [3] p. il. 4° 

[Processed. Reprinted from 1951 Occupational outlook handbook, pre- 
pared by Labor Statistics Bureau in cooperation with Veterans Admin- 
istration.] t L 13.2 : T 22 

13726 Employment outlook for kindergarten and elementary school teachers. 

[1953.] [3] p. il. 4° [Processed. Reprinted from 1951 Occupational 
outlook handbook, prepared by Labor Statistics Bureau in cooperation 
with Veterans Administration.] f L 13.2 :T 22/2 

13727 Facts on older women in relation to office work. Washington, June 1953. 

[l]+27 p. 4° [Processed. Section from forthcoming publication of 
Women's Bureau, Older women as office workers, Bulletin 24S.] t 

L 13.2 : OI 1/3 

13728 Ladies on the jury ; by Laura Howell Dale. [1953.] [4] p. [Processed. 

Reprinted from Kappa Beta Pi quarterly, Mar. 1953.] f L 13.2 : J 97/2 

13729 Women members of S3d Congress. [1953.] cover title, 13 p. 4° [Proc- 

essed.] t L 13.2 : W 84/22/953 



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Appendix 



MONTHLY CATALOG, AUGUST 1953 

Semiannual List of Periodicals, Releases, and Statistical 
Statements 

Note. — The publications received by the Division of Public Documents Library 
during the period of this Appendix are listed following general information about 
the periodical or series. In ordering subscriptions from the Superintendent of 
Documents, give only title, price, and catalog number. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

13730 Exports and imports. (General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for 

Allied Powers, Economic and Scientific Section.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] D 102.11/2: (date) 
Nov. 1949-Feb. 1950. Jan. 31-May 2, 1950. various paging, f° 

continued with title, Report of Japan's export shipments and import 

receipts stated by areas and countries of destination and origin, with 
value expressed in United States dollars. D 102.11/3 : (date) 

Mar. 1950— Feb. 1951 and cumulative for period Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1950 to Jan. 1- 
Mar. 1, 1951. June 2, 1950-Apr. 26, 1951. various paging, f° 

continued with title, Monthly Japanese foreign trade statistics. 

D 102.11/4: (date) 
Mar.-Dec. 1951. June 8, 1951-Mar. 1952. various paging, f° [A supplement 
to Apr. 1951 report was also issued.] 

13731 Life of soldier and airman. [Monthly.] t Recruiting Publicity Bureau, 

Governors Island, N. Y. D 102.77: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953; [v. 35, no. 2-7]. [RPC, Feb. 1-July 1, 1953.] Each 20 p. 11. 
or 16 p. 11. large 8° 

13732 Recruiting journal of Army and Air Force recruiting service. [Monthly. 

Seals of War Office and Air Force Department are on title page.] t 

D 102.76: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 6, no. 2-7. [RFC, Jan. 20-June 20, 1953.] Each 20 p. 11. 
large 8° 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF UNITED STATES COURTS 

13733Federal probation, quarterly journal of correctional philosophy and prac- 
tice. [Published in cooperation with Prisons Bureau, Justice Dept.] t 
L. C. card 45-47691 Ju 10.8: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Dec. 1952 and Mar. 1953 ; v. 16, no. 4 and v. 17, no. 1. [Federal Prisons Indus- 
tries, Inc., El Reno, Okla., 1953.] cover titles, each 64 p. 11. 4° [Volume 16. 
no. 4 includes index for v. 16, Jan.-Dec. 1952.] 

AERONAUTICS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

13734 Naval aviation news. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a yr., 50c. additional for 

foreign mailing; single copy, 20c. • Item 375 

L. C. card 33-29553 D 202.9: (date) 

Feb.-July 1953. [1953.] cover titles, each 32 p. 11. or 40 p. U. 4» 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

13735 Agricultural economics research. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 75c. a yr., 25c. 

additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 20c. • Item 18 

L. C. card Agr 49-523 A 36.167: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-July 1953; v. 5, no. 1-3. [1953.] cover titles, p. 1-68, 11. 4° 

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13736 Government Publications 

13736 Agricultural outlook digest. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.160 : (date) 

Jan.-.Tune 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. 4" 

13737 Agricultural prices, prices received and paid by farmers and parity prices. 

[Monthly. Processed.] f 

L. C. card 46-43547 A 36.163 : (date) 

Jan. 30-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Supplements were also 
issued.] 

13738 Agricultural situation. [Monthly.] * Paper, 50c. a yr., 20c. additional fur 

foreign mailing; single copy, 5c. • Item 19 

L.O. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 37, no. 2-7. [1953.] Each 16 p. 

13739 Canned poultry. [Monthly. Processed.] f A 36.170: (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. Feb. 3-July 8, 1953. Each [2] p. 4° 

13740 Check list of BAE publications issued [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.70/2: (date) 
Jan.— May 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13741 Commercial vegetables, TC (series). [1953.] various paging, 4° [Proc- 

essed.] f 

L. C. card 46-43709 A 36.101 : (date & nos. ) 

Includes : 

Commercial vegetables for fresh market acreage and indicated production. 

Vegetables for commercial processing. 

13742 Consumer purchases of fruits and juices. [Monthly. Processed. Pre- 

pared in cooperation with Fruit and Vegetable Branch, Production and 
Marketing Administration.] t A 36.171: (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. Washington, D. C, Jan.-June 1953. cover titles, each 
16 p. il. or 15 p. il. 4» 

13743 Consumer purchases of fruits and juices by regions and retail outlets. 

[Quarterly. Prepared in cooperation with Fruit and Vegetable Branch, 
Production and Marketing Administration. Formerly issued under title 
Consumer fruit and juice purchases, and classified A 36.172: (date).] 
t • Item 20-A (beginning with Jan.-Mar. 1953 issue). 

A 36.171/2: (date) 
Oct.— Dec. 1952 and Jan.-Mar. 1953. Mar. and May 1953. cover titles, each iv-t- 
[l]+36 p. il. 4° 

13744 Cotton production. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly, July-December. 

Processed.] t A 36.30: (date) 

July 1, 1953. [1953.] [2] p. 4° 

13745 Cotton situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t 

A 36.40/2: (nos.) 
Jan.-Mar. and Apr.-May 1953; CS-145 and CS-146. [1953.] 21 p. il. and 
22 p. il. 4° 

13746 Crop production. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-4370S A 36.29 : (date) 

Feb. 1-July 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13747 Crop report: Fruits, nuts, and potatoes. (Crop Reporting Board.) 

[Issued 9 times a year. Processed.] t A 36.29/3 : (date) 

June 1, 1953. June 17, 1953. 24 p. 4° 

13748 Milk production. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly, April through 

November.] f A 36.29/2: (date) 

Apr. 1 and May 1, 1953. Apr. 14 and May 12, 1953. 4 p. and 4+ [1] p. il. 4° 

13749 Pairy situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t A 36.65 : (nos.) 

Jan.-Feb. to May-June 1953 ; DS-235 to DS-237. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

13750 Demand and price situation. [Monthly. Processed.] t A36.2S : (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4" 

13751 Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk report. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.153: (date) 
Dec. 1952-May 1953. Jan. 30-June 30, 1953. Each 6 p. or 8 p. 4° 

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August 1953 137-0 

13752 Farm income situation. [Bi-monthly. Processed.] t A 36.122 : (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Jan. 1953 to Apr.-June 1953 ; FIS-139 to FIS-141. [1953.1 various 
paging, 11. 4° 

13753 Farm labor. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.140: (date) 

Feb. 10-July 10. 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13754 Fats and oil situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-39840 A 36.97 : (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Jan. 1953 to Apr.-May 1953 ; FOS-158 to FOS-1G0. [1953.1 various 
paging, il. 4° 

13755 Feed situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-17523 A 36.117 : (nos.) 

FDS-137 to FDS-139. [1953.] various paging, 



13750 Fluid milk and cream report. [Monthly. Processed.] 



A 36.152: (date) 



Jan.-June 1953. Jan. 16— June 17, 1953. various paging, 4« 

13757 Fruit situation. [Issued 4 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-17526 A 36.99: (nos.) 

Jan. and Feb.-June 1953; TFS-10G and TFS-107. [1953.] 23 p. il. and 31 p. 
il. 4" 

13758 Hatchery production. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.154: (date) 

Jan.— May 1953. Feb. 16— June 15, 1953. various paging, 4° 

13759 Liquid, frozen and dried egg production. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.155: (date) 
Jan.-May 1953. Feb. 25-June 25, 1953. Each 2 p. or 1 p. i« 
137G0 Livestock and meat situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t 

A 36.158: (nos.) 
Jan.-Feb. to May-July 1953 ; LMS-64 to LMS-66. [1953.] various paging 
il. 4° 

13761 Livestock slaughter by States. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 36.162: (date) 
Dec. 1952-May 1953. Jan. 30-June 30, 1953. various paging, 4° [1952 revised 
monthly estimates also issued.] 

13702 Marketing and transportation situation. [Quarterly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-34602 A 36.143 : ( nos. ) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; MTS-108 and MTS-109. [1953.] 42 p. il. and 34 p. il. 4° 

13763 National food situation. [Quarterly. Processed.] t A 36.147: (nos.) 

Jan.-Mar. and Apr.-June 1953 ; NFS-63 and NFS-64. [1953.] 27 p. and 21 p. 4° 

13764 Naval stores report. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.177: (date) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953. Feb. 19-May 18, 1953. Each [2] p. 4° 
13705 Peanuts, stocks and processing. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Monthly. 
Processed.] t A 36.164 : (date) 

Feb. 24-June 24, 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° 

13760 poultry and egg situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. G. card Agr 46-29023 A 36.96 : (nos.) 

Jan.-Feb. to May-June 1953: PES-163 to PES-105. [1953.] various paging, 
il. 4° 

13767 Seed crops. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

A 36.176: (date) 
Feb. 27-June 20, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13708 statistical summary. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.151 : (nos.) 

Jan. 14-June 17, 1953; SS-122 to SS-127. [1953.] Each [2] p. 4° 

13769 stocks of evaporated and condensed milk held by wholesale gorcers. 

[Quarterly. Processed.] t A 36.161: (date) 

Mar. 31 and June 30, 1953. Apr. 21 and July 21, 1953. Each 1 p. 4» 

13770 stocks of feed grains. (Crop Reporting Board.) [Quarterly. Proc- 

essed.] t A 36.174: (date) 

Jan. 1, 1953. Jan. 23, 1953. [2] p. 4" 

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13771 Government Publications 

13771 Stocks of wheat and rye. (Crop Repotting Board.) [Quarterly. Proc- 

essed.] f A 36.174/2: (date) 

Jan. 1, 1953. Jan. 23, 1953. 3 p. 4° 

13772 Tobacco situation. [Issued 4 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 40-34601 A 36.94: (nos.) 

Feb. and May 1953 ; TS-63 and TS-64. [1953.] 39 p. 11. and 38 p. 11. 4° 

13773 Vegetable situation. [Issued 4 times a year. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-34603 A 36.100: (nos.) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; TVS-107 and TVS-108. [1953.] 28 p. 11. and 23 p. 11. 4" 

13774 Virginia corps and livestock. [Monthly. Processed. Prepared in coop- 

eration with Virginia Department of Agriculture, Division of Agricul- 
tural Statistics.] t Bureau of Agricultural Economics, P. O. Box 1659, 
Richmond 13, Va. A 36.210 : ( v.nos.&nos. ) 

June [1953] crop report ; v. 25, no. 6. Richmond, Va., June 1953. 4 p. 4° 

13775 Wheat situation. [Issued 6 times a year. Processed.] t A 36.86: (nos.) 

Jan.-Mar. to June 1953; WS-132 to WS-134. [1953.] Each 23 p. 11. or 15 
p. 11. 4° 

13776 Wool situation. [Quarterly. Processed.] t A 36.159: (nos.) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; TWS-22 and TWS-23. [1953.] Each 26 p. il. 4» 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

13777 Agricultural research. [Bimonthly ; monthly beginning with July 1953 

issue.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign mailing; single 
copy, 15c. • Item 25-A A 77.12: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Mar.-Apr. to July 1953 ; v. 1, no. 2-v. 2, no. 1]. [1953.] Each 16 p. 11. 4» 

13778 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

A 77.9: (CT) 
Note. — Releases contain news of activities In field of agricultural research. 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

13779 Agriculture decisions, decisions of Secretary of Agriculture under regula- 

tory laws administered in Department of Agriculture (including court 
decisions). [Monthly.] * Paper, $4.00 a yr., $1.00 additional for for- 
eign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 2 
L. C. card Agr 42-262 A 1.58/a : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Nov. and Dec. 1952 ; v. 11, no. 11 and 12. [1953.] [xii] +1067-1348 p. [In- 
cludes Agriculture decisions 3313-3365.] 
Jan.-Apr. 1953; v. 12, no. 1-4. [1953.] [xxvli] 4-1-463 p. [Includes Agri- 
culture decisions 3366-3501.] 

13780 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° (Office of Secretary.) [Issued 

irregularly. Processed. Titles vary.] t A 1.80: (date) 

Note. — Releases contain general news items concerning agriculture announced 
by Office of the Secretary. 

13781 USDA employee news bulletin. [Fortnightly.] t 

L. C. card Agr 42-258 A 1.57 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan. 14-June 17, 1953 ; [v. 12, no. 1-12]. [1953.] Each 4 p. or 4 p. il. 4° 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT LIBRARY 

13782 Bibliography of agriculture. [Monthly.] * Paper, $6.00 a yr., $2.00 addi- 

tional for foreign mailing; single copies vary in price. • Item 94 
L. C. card Agr 42-386 A 17.18 : (v.nos.A nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; v. 17, no. 1-6. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, 4° 

AIR FORCE DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

13783 Air reservist [Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Air Force ROTC, 

Civil Air Patrol, Explorers, BSA]. [Monthly.] t • Item 422 

D 301.8: (date) 
Feb.-June 1953. [1953.] Each 16 p. 11. 4° [April and May 1953 issued as one 
publication.] 

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ATTGU8T 1953 13792 

13784 Air Staff, Department of Air Force [organization chart]. [Monthly. 

Processed.] f D 301.25: (date) 

Jan.-July 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. oblong 8° 

13785 Air University periodical index. (Air University Library, Maxwell Air 

Force Base, Ala.) [Quarterly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 51-4277 D 301.26/2 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Oct. 1949-Dec. 1952. cumulative Issue and Jan.-Mar. 1953 ; v. 3, no. 4 and v. 4, 
no. 1. [GAFB, Ala., 1953.] [2] +419 p. and [2] 4-54 p. 4° 

13786 Air University quarterly review, [published quarterly by Air University, 

Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.], t Air University Book Department, 
Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Paper, $2.00 a yr. ; single copy, 50c. 
• Item 422-A 

L. C. card 49-22894 D 301.26: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Fall and winter 1952-53; v. 5. no. 3 and 4. [1953.] cover titles, 132 p. il. and 
120 p. il. 

13787 Flying safety. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.50 a yr., 75c. additional for foreign 

mailing; single copy, 25c. • Item 423-A D 301.44: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Apr.-July 1953; [v. 9, no. 4-7]. [1953.] Each [2] 4-284- [2] p. il. 4° 

13788 Index of specifications and related publications used by Air Force, Military 

index, cumulative supplement to military index, v. 4, dated Oct. 1, 1952. 
[The Military index, v. 4, is issued semiannually with cumulative monthly 
supplements in intervening months.] * Paper, $2.75 (including basic 
index and 5 monthly cumulative supplements), 75c. additional for foreign 
mailing. • Item 424-A 

L. C. card 51-60932 D 301.28 : 952-2/supp. ( nos. ) 

Nov. 1, 1952-Mar. 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13789 Numerical index of Air Force, Air Force-Navy aeronautical and military 

(MS) standards. (Headquarters, Wright Air Development Center, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.) [Monthly.] t 

D 301.16: (date) 

Nov. 12, 1952-May 31, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

Radio facility charts. 

Note. — United States Government agencies, regardless of location, and other 
United States agencies within the continental United States may submit orders 
for Radio facility charts, with remittance in full, to USAF Aeronautical Chart 
and Information Center. Washington 25, D. C. 

Foreign civilian or other foreign agencies should submit requests to Director 
of Intelligence, Headquarters, USAF, ATTN : Foreign Liaison Branch, Washing- 
ton 25, D. C, through the appropriate Embassy located in Washington, D. C, 
without remittance. Foreign agencies will make remittance after clearance by 
Headquarters, USAF. 

13790 United States Air Force and Navy radio facility charts and in-flight 

data, Caribbean and South America. (USAF Aeronautical Chart and In- 
formation Center. ) [Bimonthly. Processed. Corrections sheets entitled 
Military aviation notices, classified D 301.10/2: (date& nos.), are issued 
semimonthly.] t Paper, $3.50 a yr. D 301.10: (date) 

Corrected to include Feb. 15-June 1, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, 
il. 4° [None issued for Mar. 1953.] 

13791 United States Air Force and Navy radio facility charts and in-flight 

data, Europe. [Monthly. Processed. Correction sheets entitled Mili- 
tary aviation notices, classified D 301.9/2: (v. nos. & nos.), are issued 
weekly.] t Paper, $7.00 a yr. D 301.9 : (date) 

Corrected to Jan. 15-July 1, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 
[None issued for Mar. 1953.] 

13792 United States Air Force and Navy radio facility charts and in-flight 

data, Pacific. (USAF Aeronautical Chart and Information Center.) 
[Monthly. Processed. Correction sheets entitled Military aviation no- 
tices, classified D301.12/2: (date & nos.), are also issued.] t Paper, 
$7.00 a yr. D 301.12: (date) 

Corrected to include Jan. 15-July 1, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, 
il. 4° [None issued for Mar. 1953.] 

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13703 Government Publications 

Radio facility charts — Continued 

13703 United States Air Force, Navy, and Royal Canadian Air Force radio 

facility charts and in-flight data, North Atlantic and east Canada. (CAP 
408 ; USAF Aeronautical Chart & Information Center.) [Monthly. Cor- 
rection sheets entitled Military aviation notices, classified D 301.11/2 : 
(v. nos.&nos.), are issued also.] t Paper, .$7.00 a yr. D. 301.11 : (date) 

Corrected to include Jan. 15- May 1, 1053. [1053.] cover titles, various paging, 
il. 4° [None issued for Mar. 1053.] 

continued with title, United States Air Force, Navy, Royal Canadian 

Navy and Air Force radio facility charts and in-flight data, North At- 
lantic and east Canada. (CAP 468 and BRCN 725.) D 301.11 : (date) 
Corrected to include June 1 and July 1, 1053. [1053.] cover titles, each 112 p. 
il. 4" 

13704 United States Air Force, Navy, and Royal Canadian Air Force radio 

facility charts and in-flight data, west Canada and Alaska. (CAP 467; 
USAF Aeronautical Chart and Information Center. ) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed. Correction sheets entitled Military aviation notices, classified 
D301.13/2 : (date & nos.) , are issued semimonthly.] t Paper, $7.00 a yr. 

D 301.13: (date) 

Corrected to Jan. 15-May 1, 1053. [1053.] cover titles, each 103 p. or OS p. il. 
4" [None issued lor Mar. 1053.] 

continued with title, United States Air Force, Navy, Royal Canadian 

Air Force and Royal Canadian Navy radio facility charts and in-flight 
data, west Canada and Alaska. (CAP 467 and BRCN 724.) 

D 301.13: (date) 
Corrected to June 1 and July 1, 1053. [1053.] cover titles, each 08 p. il. 4° 

13705 Releases, Air Research and Development Command. [1953.] various pag- 

ing, 4° (Public Information Office.) [Processed.] t D 301.45: 

13706 Training analysis and development informational bulletin ; [published by 

Training Analysis and Development Directorate, Air Training Command, 
Scott Air Force Base, 111.]. [Quarterly.] % D 301.38/2: (v.nos.& nos.) 
Fall 1050-winter 1052-53; v. 1, no. 3-v. 3. no. 4. [Nov. 30. 1050-Feb. 1053.] 

cover titles, various paging. 12° [Printed by Scott AFB, 111., Universal Prtg. 

Co., Comtort Prtg. Co., St. Louis, or Ross-Gould ; no printer given for some.] 
Index, v. 1; spring 1050-winter 1052. [Ross-Gould. Feb. 1053.] cover title. 

16 p. 12° 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

13707 Service and regulatory announcements. [Monthly.] * Paper, 50c. a yr., 

20c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 5c. • Item 33 
L. C. card Agr. 7-1658 A 77.208 : ( nos. ) 

Jan-May 1053; no. 540-553. Feb.-.Tune 1053. p. 1-47. [Page numbers 37-47 
have been duplicated with different text matter in announcements 552 and 553.] 

13798 Statement of indemnity claims and averages in cooperative Bang's disease 

work. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.211 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-Mar. 1053. [1053.] Each 1 p. 4" 
continued with title, Statement of indemnity claims and averages in 

cooperative bovine brucellosis eradication. A 77.211 : (date) 

Apr. 1053. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 
13790 Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with various 

States. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.212 : (date) 

Dec. 1052-Feb. 1053. [1053.] Each 1 p. oblong 8° 

continued with title, Summary of bovine brucellosis eradication in 

cooperation with various States. A 77.212: (date) 

Mar. and Apr. 1053. [1053.] Each 1 p. oblong 8° 
13800 Summary of tuberculosis eradication in cooperation with various States. 
[Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.216: (date) 

Dec. 1052-Mar. 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. oblong 8° 

continued with title, Summary of bovine tuberculosis eradication in 

cooperation with various States. A 77.216: (date) 

Apr. 1953. [1953. J 1 p. oblong S" 

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August 1953 13814 

13801 VSC notice, activities of licensed establishments supervised by Virus-Serum 

Control Division. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.217 :(nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 313-317. Jan. 26-May 18, 1953. various paging, 4° 
[VSC notice no. 312-B also issued.] 

APPRENTICESHIP BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

13802 Apprenticeship digest, articles appearing in national, State and sectional 

periodicals. [Issued 3 times a year. Processed.] t L 23.12: (date) 
Sept-Dec. 1952; v. 3, 1952. [1953.] cover title, [U+5G p. 4" 

13803 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

L 23.13 :(CT) 

ARMED FORCES INFORMATION AND EDUCATION OFFICE, 
Defense Dept. 

13804 Armed Forces talk (series). * Paper $1.50 a yr. (36 issues), 50c addi- 

tional for foreign mailing; single copy, 5c. • Item 312 D2.7:(nos.) 

445. Europe uniting; [.May 29, 1953]. [1953.] 14 + [2] p. il. 4° 

13805 446. You and I, U. S. A. ; [by Andre Fontaine, June 12, 1953]. [1953.] 14+ [2] 

p. il. 4- 
13S0U 447. Civilian employees of Armed Forces; [June 19, 1953]. [1953.] 14+ [2] 

p. il. 4° [Replaces AFT 32N, Civilian employees ot Armed Forces.] 
13807 448. Importance of honorable service; [June 26, 1953]. [1953.] 10 + [2] p. 

il. 4" 

ARMED FORCES MEDICAL LIBRARY, Defense Dept. 

Note. — The Army Medical Library was redesignated Armed Forces Medical 
Library, a joint agency of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, by General order 
49 of the Department of the Army dated May 9, 1952, pursuant to authority vested 
iu the Secretary of Defense by the National security act of 1947, as amended. 

13S08 Current list of medical literature. [Monthly.] * Paper, $12.00 a yr., $3.50 
additional for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 350 
L. C. card 44-11211 D 8.8 : ( v.nos.ee nos. ) 

Jan.-May 1953; v. 23, no. 1-5; items 1-54860. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

ARMED SERVICES TECHNICAL INFORMATION AGENCY, 
Defense Dept. 

Note. — The Armed Services Technical Information Agency was established by a 
directive of the Secretary of Defense, effective May 14, 1951, as a joint project 
under the policy direction of the Research and Development Board and the manage- 
ment control of the Department of the Air Force with the responsibility of pro- 
viding an integrated program of scientific and technical report services for the 
Department of Defense and its contractors. 

13809 Title announcement bulletin. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] J 

D10.8: (nos.) 

Mar. 13-June 29, 1953; U-l to U-16. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13810 AD numerical index. [Processed.] t D 10.8/2: (nos.) 

Issues 1-8. [1953.1 [2] +46 p. 4° 

ARMY DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

13811 Army information digest. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.75 a yr., 50c. addi- 
tional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 322 
L. C. card 50-11519 D 101.12: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953; [v. 8, no. 2-7]. [1953.] cover titles, each 64 p. il. 

13812 Army procurement circular, t • Item 327-A D 101.33/2: (date & nos. 1 
No. 1-16 ; Jan. 9-June 18, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13813 Bulletin, t D 101.3 : (date & nos.) 
No. 1-6 ; Jan. 14-June 15, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

'3814 Circular. % D 101.4: (date & nos.) 

No. 1-55 ; Jan. 5-July 8, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

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13815 GoVEBNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

13815 Department of Army chiefs and executives [organization chart]. (Pro- 

gram Review and Analysis Division, Office, Comptroller of Army.) 
[Quarterly. Processed.] t D 101.36: (date) 

Feb. 6 and May 4, 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. oblong f» 

13816 Department of Army civilian personnel circulars. J 

D 101.26: (date&nos.) 
Nos. 1 and 2 ; June 1953. [1953.] 2 p. and 7 p. 4° 

13817 General court-martial orders, t D 101.14: (date&nos.) 

No. 69 (1952), 1-39 (1953) ; Dec. 29, 1952-June 11, 1953. [1953.] various 
paging. 

13818 General orders, t D 101.7: (date&nos.) 

GO 1-56 ; Jan. 6-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

13819 index of specifications and standards (used by) Department of Army, 

cumulative supplement to Military index v. 2, dated Oct. 1, 1952. 
[Monthly.] * Paper, $2.75 a yr., 75e. additional for foreign mailing. 
(This price includes basic index and 5 monthly cumulative supplements.) 
O Item 330 

L. C. card 52-23466 D 101.34 : 952-2/supp.-nos. ) 

Nov. 1, 1952-Mar. 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13820 Officers' call. [Issued irregularly.] * Paper, $1.00 per volume (9 issues), 

35c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 326 

L. C. card 53-26571 D 101.17 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

v. 4, no. 9-v. 5, no. 2. [1953.] cover titles, each 12 p. il. or 16 p. il. 4° 

13821 special orders, t D 101.8: (date&nos.) 

No. 1-126 ; Jan. 2-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE, Defense Dept. 

13822 Research progress report, quarterly report. (Medical Research and Devel- 

opment Board, Office of Surgeon General, Army.) $ • Item 352-B 

D 104.12/2: (nos.) 
Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1952 ; 2d quarterly report. [1953.] cover title, [xxix]+275 p. 4» 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION 

Note. — Publications of the Atomic Energy Commission which are for sale, other 
than those sold by the Superintendent of Documents, may be ordered from Office of 
Technical Services. Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C. All checks and 
money orders should be made payable to the Treasurer of the United States. 

13823 Isotopics, announcements of Isotopes Division. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 

$1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign mailings ; single copy, 35c. • Item 
1051-B Y 3. At 7 : 27/ ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; v. 3, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] cover titles, [1] +16 p. and i+13 

p. 4° [Volume 3, no. 1 contains cumulative index for 1952. Errata, 1 p., also 

issued] 

13824 Nuclear science abstracts. (Technical Information Service.) [Semi- 

monthly.] * Paper, $6.00 a yr., $2.00 additional for foreign mailing; 
semimonthly issues and quarterly indexes 25c. per copy, annual cumula- 
tive index, 60c. • Item 1051-A 
L. C. card 50-4390 Y 3. At 7 : 16/ ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Dec. 31, 1952-May 31, 1953, abstracts 1-465 to 2715-2939 ; v. 6, no. 24A-V. 7, 
no. 10. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. cover titles, various paging, 4° [The Dec. 
31, 1952, issue has pts. 24A and 24B, pt. 24A containing cumulative index, 
v. 6, Jan.-Dec. 1952, and pt. 24B containing new nuclear data, 1952 cumulation, 
and the Mar. 31, 1953, issue has pts. 6A and 6B, pt. 6B containing quarterly 
cumulative Index, Jan. 15-Mar. 31, 1953.] 

BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION, Interior Dept. 

13S25 Generation and sales statistics. [Monthly. Processed.] J 1 44.8 : (date) 
Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. [1953.] various paging, 11. pi. 4° 

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August 1953 13832 

BUDGET BUREAU, President of United States 

13826 public management sources. [Monthly. Processed.] $ 

Pr 34.109: (v.nos.& nos.) 
Dec. 15, 1952-July 15, 1953; v. 8, no. 12-v. 9, no. 7. [1953.] Each 10 p. or 
8 p. 4° [Earlier issues classified Pr 33.109: (v. nos. & nos. ).] 

CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT 

13827 Panama Canal review. [Monthly.] f CZ1.8: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 2— Jan. 5, 1953; v. 3, no. 0-11. [Printing Plant, Mt. Hope, Canal Zone, 
1953.] Each 16 p. il. f° [Supplement to v. 3, no. 10, 4 p., was also issued.] 

CENSUS BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

13828 Canned food report. [Processed.] t C 3.189 : (date) 

Jan. 1 and Apr. 1, 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° 

13829 Catalog of United States census publications. [Quarterly, cumulative to 

annual volume.] * Paper, $1.50 for 4 consecutive issues, 50c. additional 
for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 138 
L. C. card 47-46253 C 3.163/3 : (date) 

1952 and Jan.-Mar. 1953. 1953. vl+134 p. and [21+60 p. 

13830 Monthly supplement, excludes regular monthly and quarterly re- 
leases, t • Item 138 C 3.163/2: (date) 
Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 

13S31 Current population reports : Labor force, Monthly report on labor force ; 
series P-57. * Paper, $1.50 a yr., 50c. additional for foreign mailing 
(including series P-50 and P-60) ; single copy 10c. • Item 142 
L. C. card 52-6136S C 3.1S0 : P-57/ ( nos. ) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; no. 127-132. Feb. 13-July 16, 1953. Each 12 p. il. 4° 

13832 Facts for industry, various paging, 4° or oblong 8° [Monthly. Processed.] 
t Price upon application. C3.15S: (letters-nos.) 

Aluminum and magnesium wrought products, Series M24— 1 
Animal glue, Series M19M.2a 

Asphalt and tar roofing and siding products, Series 1I26D 
Clay construction products. Series M2GB 
Commercial closures, Series M75C 
Complete aircraft and aircraft engines, Series M42A 
Confectionary products. Series M16C 
Cotton and linters, Series M15— 1 
Cotton system spinning activity, Series M15-3 
Factory consumption of fats and oils, Series M17-2 
Farm pumps, Series M31B 
Fats and oils, Series M17— 1 
Flour milling products, Series M16A 
Gelatin, Series M19M.1 
Glass containers, Series M77C 
Heating and cooking equipment. Series M51N 
Inorganic chemicals, Series M19A 

Iron and steel castings and steel ingots, Series M21— 1 
Iron and steel foundries and steel insot producers. Series M21C 
Knit underwear and nightwear, Series M67C 
Mechanical stokers. Series M51B 
Men's apparel, Series M67B 
Metal cans, Series M75D 
Nonferrous castings. Series M24E 
Oleomargarine, Series M17J 
Paint, varnish, and lacquer, Series M19J 
L. C. card 51-4453 
Pulp, paper and board. Series M14A 
Red cedar shingles. Series M13C 
L. C. card 52-35736 
Shoes and slippers. Series M68A 
Softwood plywood, Series M13B 

Steel forgings, Series M22C ,.,„_, „,.,„ , 

Steel shipping barrels, drums and pails, Series M75A 
Superphosphate, Series M19D 
Truck trailers, Series M45F 
Wool manufactures. Series M15H 
L. C. card 52-35738 

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13833 Government Publications 

13833 Facts for industry, various paging, 4° or oblong 8" [Quarterly. Proc- 

essed.] t Price upon application. C 3.158 : (letter-nos.) 

Backlog of orders for aircraft companies, Series SI42D 

Construction machinery, Scries M36A 

Cotton broad woven goods, Series M15A 

Electric lamps, Series M32B 

Fans, blowers, and unit heaters, Scries M31E 

Hardwood veneer and plywood, Series M13A 

Lumber production and mill slocks, Series M13G 

Plumbing fixtures, Series M51H 

Synthetic broad woven goods, Series M15C 

Tractors (except garden type). Series SI37B 

Women's outerwear, Series M67H 

13834 [Foreign trade] report: FT 110, United States imports of merchandise for 

consumption, commodity by country of origin. [Monthly.] * Paper, 
$3.00 a yr. (including annual issue), $1.00 additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 30c. • Item 144 

L. C. card 4S-45992 C 3.164 : 110/date 

Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13S35 FT 120, United States imports of merchandise for consumption, country 

of origin by subgroup. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.75 a yr. (including 
annual issue), 50c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 15c. 

• Item 144 

L. C. card 48-45992 C 3.164 : 120/ ( date ) 

Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan.-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13836 FT 410, pt. 1, United States exports of domestic and foreign merchan- 
dise, commodity by country of destination, group 00-5. [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $2.50 a yr. (including annual issue), $1.00 additional for foreign 
mailing ; single copy, 25c. • Item 144 C 3.164 : 410/ (date & pt.) 
Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan.-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 

calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13837 FT 410, pt. 2, United States exports of domestic and foreign merchan- 
dise, commodity by country of destination, group 6-9. [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $3.00 a yr. (including annual issue), $1.00 additional for foreign 
mailing ; single copy, 30e. • Item 144 

L. C. card 47-1S655 C 3.164 : 410/ (date & pt. ) 

Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan.-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13838 FT 420, United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise, 

country of destination by subgroup. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.75 a yr. 
(including annual issue), 50c. additional for foreign mailing; single 
copy, 20c. • Item 144 

L. C. card 47-18655 C 3.164 : 420/ (date) 

Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan.-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13839 FT S00, United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with 

United States territories and possessions (except Alaska and Hawaii). 
[Monthly.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr. ( including annual issue) , 40c. additional 
for foreign mailing; single copy, 10c. • Item 144 

L. C. card 48-45955 C 3.164 : S00/ ( date ) 

July 1952-Apr. 1953. Jan.-July 1953. various paging, 4° [A summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

13S40 Foreign trade statistics notes. (Foreign Trade Division.) [Monthly.] t 

• Item 145 

L. C. card 53-1S556 C 3.167: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] [6] +1-83 p. 4° 

13841 Monthly retail trade report. * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign 

mailing ; single copy, 10c. • Item 147-B C 3.138/3 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] Each 12 p. 11. 4« 

13842 Monthly wholesale trade report, sales and inventories. [Processed.] f 

L. C. card 53-27188 C 3.133 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. 4° 

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August 1953 13851 

13843 Publications on foreign countries, annotated accession list. [Quarterly. 

For official use. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 49-3797 C 3.199 : (date) 

Oct.-Dec. 1952 and Jan.-Mar. 19S3. Washington, D. C, 1953. [2] +41 p. and 
[2] +47 p. 4° [Illustrations on front covers.] 

13844 Quarterly summary of foreign commerce of United States (cumulative 

year-to-date). [Prepared under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief, 
Foreign Trade Division.] * Paper, 75c. a yr., 15c. additional for foreign 
mailing; single copy, 20c. •Item 147-A 

L. C. card 14-21465 C 3.147 : (date) 

Jan.-Sept. and Jan.-Dec. 1952. Feb. and June 1953. [2] +42 p. and [4] + 
49 p. 4° 

13845 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 
essed.] t C 3.209 : 

13S46 Report on cotton ginning. [These preliminary reports are issued in postal 
card form, semimonthly, September-January.] t 

L. C. card 8-8422 C 3.20 : (date) 

Jan. 23 and Mar. 20, 1953. [1953.] Each 1C 
13847 Trends in wines and spirits trade ; prepared by Business Division. 
[Monthly. Processed.] f C 3.200: (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. 4« 
13S48 United States foreign trade, summary reports, various paging, 4" 
[Monthly. Processed.] t Price upon application. C 3.164 : (nos.) 

FT 810. Bunker oil and coal laden in United States on vessels engaged in foreign 

trade. 
FT 900. Total trade. 

L. C. card 53-27193 
FT 900-P. Preliminary (estimated) export and import totals. 
FT 930. Trade by commodity. 

L. C. card 52-35386 
FT 930. Trade by country. 

L. C. card 52-35385 
FT 970. Trade by customs district. 
FT 972. Water-borne trade by United States port. 

L. C. card 52-353S4 
FT 973-E. Water-borne trade by trade area, exports. 
FT 973-1. Water-borne trade by trade area, imports. 
FT 975. Vessel entrances and clearances. 
FT 976. Department of Defense controlled cargo exported by vessel under 

United States foreign aid programs, and "special category" nou- 

Department of Defense controlled cargo exported by vessel. 

L. C. card 52-26964 
FT 981. Shipping weight and dollar value of merchandise laden on and unladen 

from vessels at United States ports during in-transit movement of 

merchandise from one foreign country to another. 

L. C. card 49-48405 

13849 United States gold and silver movements. (Statement 2402 ; Foreign Trade 

Division.) [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, $1.00 a yr., single copy, 
10c. C 3.196: (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13850 Weekly statement of United States gold and silver exports and imports. 

(Statement 2401; Foreign Trade Division.) [Processed.] t Paper, 
$2.00 a yr. ; single copy, 10c. ) C 3.195 : ( date 

Jan. 7-May 27, 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. 4° 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health. Education, and Welfare was established as an 
executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102. K3d Cong. 
1st sess.). Public law 13, 83d Cong. 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, provided that 
the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11. 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health. Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

13851 The child. [Monthly. June-July issues are combined in one publication. 

The Aug.-Sept. issues are also combined.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr., 25c. 
additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 449 
L. C. card L 36-94 FS 3.207 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Feb. to June-July 1953 ; v. 17, no. 6-10. [1953.] p. 90-16S, il. 4° 

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13852 Government Publications 

13552 News notes on juvenile delinquency. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

FS 3.219: (date) 
Oct. 15, 1952-Apr. 30, 1953. [1952-53.] Each 6 p. 4° 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION, Commerce Dept. 

13553 Air Navigation Development Board releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

[Processed.] t C 31.142/2 : 

13854 Airman's guide. (Office of Aviation Information.) [Biweekly.] * Paper, 
$4.75 a yr. (including 1 issue of Flight information manual), $1.50 addi- 
tional for foreign mailing. • Item 162 

L. C. card 48-35343 C 31.127 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan. 13-June 30, 1953 ; v. 7, no. 22-v. S, no. 8. [1953.] various paging, 11. 4» 

13S55 Airman's guide and flight information manual, Pacific supplement. 
[Quarterly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 48-35343 C 31.136 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 1 and Apr. 1, 1953 ; v. 3, no. 3 and 4. [Pearl Harbor, T. H., 1953.] [3] + 
45+ [1] p. II. and [3] +50+ [1] p. il. [Special notices correcting each issue to 
date of distribution also issued.] 

13856 Alaska airman's guide, notices to airmen. (Office of Aviation Informa- 

tion.) [Biweekly. Processed.] f C 31.135 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 3-June 23, 1953 ; v. 4, no. 1-13. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13857 Aviation safety release. [Processed.] t C 31.111 : (nos.) 

No. 371-376 ; Jan. 14-July 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4" 

13S58 CAA airworthiness directive. [Biweekly. Processed. Issued in postal 
card f orm. ] t C 31.147/2 : ( nos. ) 

Mar. 2-July 6, 1953 ; issue no. 53-5 to 53-14. [1953.] Each 2 p. 11. or 1 p. 

13859 international notams. (Office of Aviation Information.) [Weekly. Proc- 
essed.] f C 31.133: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 7-June 24, 1953 ; v. 5, no. 37-v. 6, no. 9. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13S60 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

C 31.146: (nos.) 



13S61 Status of CAA releases, manuals, and regulations. (Office of Aviation 
Information.) [Quarterly.] t • Item 174-A C 31.151: (date) 

Apr. 1, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4" 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, Commerce Dept. 

13862 Applications and/or amendments thereto filed with Civil Aeronautics 

Board. [Weekly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 51-25549 C 31.221 : (date) 

Jan. 9-June 26, 1953. [1953.] various paging, oblong 8° 

13863 [Economic decisions]. * Paper, $3.50 per volume, $1.00 additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 179 

C31.211/a: (v.nos.&nos.) 
v. 12, no. 40-51. [1953.] p. 51S-736. [Also in Civil Aeronautics Board re- 
ports, v. 12.] 

Note. — The economic decisions of the Civil Aeronautics Board are printed 
separately as "advance sheets" of the material which will make up bound volumes 
of the Civil Aeronautics Board reports. 

Orders and regulations. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. 
Printed or processed. Also published in Federal register.] t 

13864 Economic regulations ER (series). C 31.220 (nos.) 

13865 Orders [economic orders E] (series). C 31.207 : E (nos.) 

13866 Orders (safety regulations] S (series). C 31.207 : S (nos.) 

13867 Procedural regulations PR (series). C 31.224 : (nos.) 



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August 1953 13886 

Recurrent report of mileage and traffic data. [1953.] various paging, 
oblong 8° (Bureau of Air Operations, Accounting and Statistics Divi- 
sion.) [Processed.] t 
13S68 Domestic all-cargo certificated nonmail carriers. [Monthly.] C 31.232 : (date) 

13869 Domestic helicopter service, certificated airmail carriers. [Monthly.] 

C 31.229/4: (date) 

13870 Same, quarters [comparisons]. C 31.229/5 : (date) 

13871 Domestic local service lines, certificated airmail carriers. [Monthly.] 

C 31.229 : (date) 
13S72 Same, quarters [comparisons]. C 31.229/2 : (date) 

13873 Domestic trunklines, certificated airmail carriers, arranged according to traffic 

volume. [Monthy.] C 31.230 : (date) 

13874 Same, quarters [comparisons]. C 31/230/2 : (date) 

13875 Foreign, overseas & territorial certificated airmail carriers. [Monthly.] 

C 31.231: (date) 

13876 Recapitulation by carrier groups, certificated air carriers. [Monthly.] 

C 31.233 : (date) 

13877 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

C 31.226: (date & nos.) 
Note. — Releases contain news of activities and organization of Civil Aero- 
nautics Board. 

13878 Special civil air regulations. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregu- 

larly. Processed.] t C 31.206/3: (nos.) 

13879 Weekly summary of orders and regulations. (Publications Section.) 

[Processed.] t C 31.208: (nos.) 

Dec. 20, 1952-Jan. 3, 1953 to June 22-27, 1953; no. 306-391. [1953.] various 
paging, 4" 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

13880 Civil service handbook X-118, qualification standards governing noneoni- 

petive actions and agency recruiting [new and revised pages], transmit- 
tal sheet. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, $6.00 (including basic 
manual and 4 quarterly supplements), $1.75 additional for foreign mail- 
ing, 4 quarterly supplements $1.00, 35c. additional for foreign mailing. 

• Item 290-A CS 1.45 : X-llS/trans.sh. (nos. ) 
Jan. 1953, revision for 3d quarter of fiscal 1953; no. 5. [1953.] [87] p. 4» 

13881 Federal emplovment statistics bulletin. [Monthly. Processed.] % 

CS1.55: (date) 
Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. [1953.] Each 8 p. il. 4° 

13882 Federal personnel manual, transmittal sheet. [Each installment contains 

certain pages to be substituted for pages of the Federal personnel man- 
ual.] * Paper, $3.50 a yr., including quarterly and occasional issues, 
$1.50 additional for foreign mailing ; individual copies priced according 
to size. • Item 294 CS 1.41: (nos.) 

Jan. 13-June 21, 1953 ; no. 411-433. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

13883 Handbook of occupational groups and series of classes established under 

Federal position-classification plan, transmittal sheet. [Issued in loose- 
leaf form.] * Paper, $4.00 (including basic handbook and supplementary 
service for an indefinite period), 75c. additional for foreign mailing. 

• Item 296 CS1.44: (date/trans.sheetno.) 
Jan. and Apr. 1953. 3d and 4th quarterly revisions for 1953 ; no. 10 and 11. 

[1953.] [36] p. and [10] p. 

13854 Monthly report of employment, executive branch of Federal Government. 

[Processed.] t CS 1.32: (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1952-53.] Each [4] p. 4° 

13855 [Position-classification standards for positions subject to classification act 

of 1949]. [Quarterly.] * Paper, $2.50 a yr., 50c. additional for foreign 
mailing; single copies vary in price. • Item 291 CS 1.39: (date) 

Dec. 1952. [1953.] [269] p. 

13S86 Press releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 
essed.] t CS 1.57 : 

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13887 Government Publications 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, Commerce Dept. 

13587 Check list for dates of current radio facility charts. [Semimonthly.] t 

C 4.9/12: list/ (date) 
Jan. 21-June 17, 1953. n. p. [1953]. Each [2] p. 4° 

13588 Dates of latest prints, Coast and Geodetic Survey aeronautical charts. 

[Biweekly. Processed.] f C 4.9/13: (date) 

Jan. 12- June 29, 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. f° 

13889 Dates of latest prints, instrument flight charts. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

C 4.9/18: (date) 

Jan. 15-June 15, 1953. [1953.] Each 8 p. 4° 

13890 Quarterly engineering seismology bulletin. [Processed.] t 

C 4.25/4: (nos.) 
Oct.-Dec. 1952 and Jan.-Mar. 1953; MSP no. 83 and 84. [1953.] [l]+9 p. 
and [l]+3 p. 4° 

13891 Releases CGS (series). [1953.] Each 1 p. or 2 p. 4° [Issued irregularly. 

Processed.] f C 4.47: (nos.) 

13S92 Seismological bulletin. [Irregular. For official use. Processed, with 
printed cover.] % C 4.36: (nos.) 

Oct.-Dec. 1946 and Apr.-June 1950; MSI-128 and MSI-142. [1953.] cover 
titles, 52 p. and 50 p. 

COAST GUARD, Treasury Dept. 

13893 Coast Guard bulletin. (CG 134.) [Monthly. Indefinitely suspended with 

v. 8, nos. 10-11, Apr-May 1953 issue.] } 

L. C. card 51-16254 T 47.21: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. to Apr-May 1953 ; v. 8, no. 7 to 10-11. [1953.] cover titles, p. 145-204, 
il. [Sometimes one publication covers 2 months.] 

13894 Engineer's digest. [Bimonthly.] t 

L. C. card 41-51259 T 47.30 : (nos.) 



13S95 Navigation and vessel inspection circular. [Processed.] % 

T 47.34: (date & nos.) 
No. 1-53 ; Jan. 5, 1953. [1953.] [l]+43 p. 4» 

13S0G Proceedings of Merchant Marine Council. (CG-129.) [Monthly.] ± 
• Item 941 

L. C. card 50-56520 T 47.31 : (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953; v. 10, no. 2-7. [1953.] p. 25-96, il. 4° [April-June 1953 
issued as one publication.] 

COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE, Fort Leavenworth 
(Army), Defense Dept. 

13S97 Military review. [Monthly.] t Paper, §3.50 a yr. (countries of Western 
Hemisphere) ; all other countries, $4.50 a yr. 

L. C. card 34-33760 D 110.7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-June 1953 ; v. 32, no. 11-v. 33, no. 3. n. p. [1953.] cover titles, each 112 

p. il. 12° 
Supplement to May 1953, index to v. 32, Apr. 1952-Mar. 1953. [CGSC, Apr. 10, 

1903.] 04 p. 12° 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

13898 Bulletin of commerce. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° [Weekly. Processed.] t 

C1S.269: (v.nos.&nos.) 

NOTB. — These bulletins are issued by the various Department of Commerce field 
offices throughout the country. Each office prepares its own version relating to 
the territory it serves. All, however, are similar in form and content. Available 
upon request from the field offices which are located in most large cities. 

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13899 Business service check list. [Weekly.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr., $1.00 addi- 

tional for foreign mailing; single copy, 5e. • Item 127 

L. C. card 52-35!)63 C1.24: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 2-June 26, 1953 ; v. S, no. 1-26. [1953.] Each 6 p. or 4 p. 4" 

13900 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly Processed.] t 

C1.32: (CT) 

COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION, Agriculture Dept. 

13901 Active and announced price support programs approved by board of direc- 

tors. ( [Financial Analysis Division.] ) [Monthly. Processed.] f 

A 82.310: (date) 
Apr. 30 and May 31, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. and 12 p. oblong 8° 

13902 CCC loans on cotton. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° [Weekly. Processed.] f 

A 82.309: (date) 

13903 Report of financial condition and operations. [Monthly. Processed. 

Some of the pages are issued as leaves. Each report includes 4 printed 
marginal index tabs on cardboard.] t A 82.308: (date) 

Dec. 31, 1952-May 31, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, each [l]+33 p. 4» 

COMMODITY EXCHANGE AUTHORITY, Agriculture Dept. 

13904 Commitments of large traders in cotton futures. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

Jan. 31-June 30, 1953 ; no. 75-SO. Feb. 12-July 13, 1953. Each 1 p. 4° 

13905 Trade in cotton futures. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 46-45037 A 85.7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953 ; v. 10, no. 6-10. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13906 Trade in grain futures. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 38-29678 A 85.S : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 19, no. 7-12. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY, Treasury Dept. 

13907 Abstract of reports of condition of national banks, t • Item 945 

T12.5: (nos.) 
No. 245 ; Mar. 4, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. 4° 

CONGRESS 

13908 Congressional record, proceedings and debates. [Daily when Congress is 

session.] * Paper, $1.50 a month, $1.25 additional for foreign mailing; 
single copies vary in price. • Item 994 

L. C. card 12-36438 X/a. (Cong./sess: nos.) 

S3d Congress, 1st session, Feb. 2-"June 30, 1953; v. 99, no. 18-120. [1953.] 
various paging, 4° 

13909 . Index. [Fortnightly. Includes History of bills and resolutions.] 

Included in price of subscription. • Item 994 

L. C. card 12-36438 X/a. ( Cong./sess : nos./ind. ) 

Jan. 19-30 to June 22-July 2, 1953; v. 99, nos. 8-17 to 11-122. [1953.] No. 
2—13. various paging, 4° 

ECONOMIC RETORT JOINT COMMITTEE 

13910 Economic indicators ; prepared for Joint Committee on Economic Report 

by Council of Economic Advisers. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a yr., 50c. 
additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 20c. • Item 997 
L. C. card 4S-46615 Y 4.Ec 7 : Ec 7/ (date) 

Feb.-July 1953. 1953. Each iil + 32 p. U. 4» (83d Congress, 1st session.) [Be- 
ginning with Apr. 1953 issue publication is prepared by Office of Economic 
Advisor to the President.] 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

13911 Calendars of House of Representatives and history of legislation, 83d Con- 
gress, 1st session. 1953. various paging, large 8° [Daily when House of 
Representatives is in session.] J 
L. C. card 52-63188 Y1.2: (Cong.-sess.-nos.) 

Legislative calendars, S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. various paging, 4° 



13915 
1391C 



13919 
13290 
13921 

13922 
13923 



Committee on 
Agriculture. 

L. C. card 52-G0382 
Armed Services. 

L. C. card 50-5578 
Banking and Currency. 

L. C. card 52-00148 
District of Columbia. 
Education and Labor. 

L. C. card 51-62926 
Foreign Affairs. 

L. C. card 51-33957 
Government Operations. 

L. C. card 51-62927 
House Administration. 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

L. C. card 51-62940 
Judiciary. 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries. 

L. C. card 50-39958 
Post Office and Civil Service. 

L. C. card 51-62925 
Veterans' Affairs. 

L. C. card 50-55573 
Ways and Means. 



Y 4Ag 8/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 
Y4.Ar5/2: (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.B 22/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.D 63/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.Ed 8/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.F 76/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.G 74/7 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.H 81/3 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4. In 8/14 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.1n 8/4 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.J 89/1 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.M 53 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y 4.P 84/10 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

Y4.V64/3: (Cong./cal.nos.) 
Y4.W36: (Cong./cal.nos.) 



REDUCTION OF NONESSENTIAL FEDERAL EXPENDITURES JOINT COMMITTEE 

13927 Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Fed- 
eral Expenditures pursuant to sec. 601 of Revenue act of 1941 on Federal 
appropriations and authorizations, expenditures, and unexpended bal- 
ances. (Senate committee print, S3d Congress.) [Monthly.] t 

Y4.R24/4: Ap6/(nos.) 
Jan. 31 and Feb. 28. 1953 : no. 4 and 5. 1953. iv+45 p. and v+51 p. [Number 
5 includes special report on status of Mutual Security funds.] 

1392s Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Fed- 
eral Expenditures, pursuant to sec. 601 of Revenue act of 1941, on Federal 
personnel and pay. (Senate committee print, 83d Congress.) 
[Monthly.] f 

Y4.R24/4: (nos.) 
Nov.-Dec. 1952 to Apr.-May 1953 ; no. 107-112. 1953. Each ii+10 p. or ii+11 p. 

SENATE 

13929 Calendar of business, S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. various paging, 

large 8° t 

L. C. card 50-603 X1.3: ( Cong./sess.-nos. ) 

13930 Executive calendar. [1953.] various paging, large S° t 

Yl.l: (date/nos.) 

Legislative calendars, S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. various paging, 4" 
Committee on $ 

13931 Agriculture and Forestry. 

L. C. card 51-6291 Y 4.Ag S/2 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13032 Armed Services. 

L. C. card 50-55564 Y 4.Ar 5/3 :(Cong./cal.nos.) 

13033 Banking and Currency. 

L. C. card 50-55565 Y 4.B 22/3 :( Cong./cal.nos.) 

13934 District of Columbia. Y 4. D 63/2 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13935 Finance. 

L. C. card 50-55566 Y 4.F 49 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 



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Legislative calendars, 83d Congress, 1st session — Continued 
13036 Foreign Relations, cumulative record. 

L. C. card 51-62919 Y 4.F 76/2 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13937 Government Operations. 

L. C. card 51-62918 Y 4.G 74/6 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

1393S Interior and Insular Affairs. 

L. C. card 50-55568 Y 4. In S/13 :(Cong./cal.nos.) 

13939 Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

L. C. card 50-55507 Y 4. In 8/3 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13940 Judiciary. 

L. C. card 46-44494 Y 4. J S9/2 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13941 Labor and Public Welfare. 

L. C. card 50-55570 Y 4.L 11/2 :( Cong./cal.nos.) 

13942 Post Office and Civil Service. 

L. C. card 51-02924 Y 4. P 84/11 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13943 Public Works. 

L. C. card 51-62922 Y 4.P 96/10 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

13944 Rules and Administration. 

L. C. card 51-62923 Y 4.R 86/2 : (Cong./cal.nos.) 

CUSTOMS BUREAU, Treasury Dept. 

13945 Monthly supplement to Merchant vessels of United States (showing changes 

in merchant marine). [Processed.] j 

L. C. card 6-3535S T 17.11 : (date) 

Jan. 1— June 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

13946 Revised pages to Customs manual of 1943. [Bimonthly. Issued in loose- 

leaf form. ] t T 17.5 : C 96/7/943/rev.pages ( nos. ) 

Nov. 1952; 10th set. 1952. [IS] p. 4° [These pages include amendments no. 
305-309.] 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

13947 Dairy-herd-improvement-association letter. [Monthly.] t • Item 41-A 

A 77.608: (v. nos.&nos.) 
Dec. 1952-Juue 1953 ; v. 2S, no. 12-v. 29, no. 0. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

DEFENSE DEPARTMENT 

13948 Armed forces song folio ; prepared by Adjutant General, Department of 

Army and issued by Departments of Army, Navy and Air Force. 
[Monthly. ] t D 1.14 :( date ) 

Feb.-June 1953. n. p. [1953]. Each [24] p. il. 4» 

13949 Digest of opinions, Judge Advocates General of Armed Forces. [Quar- 

terly.] J D 1.18: (v. nos.& nos.) 

July-Sept. 1952 to Jan. -Mar. 1953 ; v. 2, no. 1—3. n. p. [1953]. various paging. 

13950 Telephone directory. [Bimonthly. For official use only. Processed.] % 

D 1.7: (date) 

Feb. 6-June 19, 1953. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

13951 United States armed forces medical journal. (Armed Forces Medical Pub- 

lication Agency.) [Monthly. Text on covers.] * Paper, $5.25 a yr., 

$1.35 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 45c. • Item 311 

L. C. card 52-3472 D 1.11 : (v. nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 4, no. 2-7. 1953. [xxvi] +157-1106 p. 11. 

13952 Supplement, Medical technicians bulletin. [Bimonthly.] * Paper, 75c. 

a yr., 25e. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 15c. • Item 307 

D 1.11/2 :(v.nos.& nos.) 
Jan. -Feb. to Mav-June 1953; v. 4, no. 1-3. [1953.] cover titles, [xii] + l- 
116 p. il. 

DEFENSE MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION, Labor Dept. 

13953 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

L27.7:(CT) 

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13954 Government Publications 

DEFENSE MATERIALS PROCUREMENT AGENCY 

Note. — The Defense Materials Procurement Agency was created by Executive 
order 10281 of Aug. 28, 1951. 

13054 Delegations. [1953.] Each 1 p. various sizes. [Issued irregularly. 
Processed. Also published in Federal register. Amendments and re- 
vised editions also issued.] t DM 1.6/2: (nos.) 

13955 Mineral orders MO (series). [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Is- 

sued irregularly. Also published in Federal register. Amendments and 
revocations to certain of these orders also issued.] t DM 1.6/3 : (nos.) 

13956 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] t DM1.7: (nos.) 

DEFENSE MINERALS EXPLORATION ADMINISTRATION, Interior 
Dept. 

Note. — The name of the Defense Minerals Administration was changed to Defense 
Minerals Exploration Administration by Order 2605, anidt. 6, of the Secretary of 
the Interior dated Nov. 21, 1951. 

13957 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [.Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

155.7: (CT) 

DEFENSE MOBILIZATION OFFICE, President of United States 

13958 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

Pr 33.1007: (nos.) 

DEFENSE PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION 

13959 Defense production notes. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregu- 

larly. Processed.] f DP 1.10: 

13960 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

DP 1.7: (nos.) 

DEFENSE SOLID FUELS ADMINISTRATION, Interior Dept. 

Note. — The Defense Solid Fuel Administration was established in the Interior 
Department by Order of the Secretary no. 2605 dated Dee. 4, 1950. 

13961 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] t 157.7: 

DEFENSE SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, Defense Dept. 

13962 Federal item identification guide, pt. 1, sec. A, Alphabetic index of names to 

descriptive patterns ; sec. B, Numeric index of descriptive patterns to 
item names and reference drawing groups ; sec. C, Abbreviations and 
symbols [Nov. 1952], supplements. [Biweekly.] D 7.8: l/supp.(nos.) 
5th to 12th supplements cumulative and 13th supplement interim ; Jan. 12-May 
4, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

[May 1953], supplements. [Biweekly.] * Paper, $4.50 (including 

basic manual and biweekly cumulative supplements for an indefinite 

period) , $1.50 additional for foreign mailing. D 7.S : 1/953/supp.- (nos.) 

June 1 and 15, 1953, supplements. [1953.] 45 p. and 71 p. 4° [These are the 

1st supplement and 1st cumulative supplement to basic pt. 1, May 1953.] 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE, Government Printing Office 

13963 Monthly catalog of United States Government publications. * Paper, $3.00 

a yr., including annual index, 75c. additional for foreign mailing; single 
copy, 25c. • Item 557 

L. C. card 4-1S0SS GP3.8: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; no. 696-701, entries 1-9752. 1953. various paging. 

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13964 Selected United States Government publications. [Biweekly ] t • Item 

556 

L. C. card 2S-26554 GP 3.17 : (date) 

Feb. 13-July 31, 1953 ; 1953, no. 4-16. [1953.] Each 5 p. or 12 p. narrow 7° 

EDUCATION OFFICE, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as an 
executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doe. 102, S3d Cong. 
1st sess.). Public law 13, 8:id Cong. 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, provided that 
the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health, Education, ami Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, the 
Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers established 
for the Federal Security Agency. 

13965 Defense information bulletin. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

FS5.45: (date&nos.) 
No. 79; Apr. 6, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

13966 Higher education. [Semimonthly, September-May.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 

50c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 10c. • Item 462 
L. C. card E 21-496 FS 5.37 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Feb. 1-May 15, 1953 ; v. 9, no. 11-1S. [1953.] p. 121-216, 4° 

13967 School life. [Published each month of the school year, Oct. through June.] 

* Paper, $1.25 a yr., 50e. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. 

• Item 467 

L. C. card E 18-002 FS 5.7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 35, no. 4-9. [1953.] cover titles, p. 49-144, il. 4° 

1396S Selected references. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

FS5.43: (nos.) 
Feb. 1952 and Jan. 1953 ; no. 26 and 27. [1953.] 29 p. and 8 p. 4° 

13969 Spotlight on organization and supervision in large high schools, t (limited 

distribution). FS5.50: (nos.) 

Mar.-Apr. and May-June 1953 ; no. 6 and 7. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° 

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION APPEALS BOARD, Labor Dept. 

13970 Decisions and orders. [1953.] various paging, f° [Processed.] t 

L2S.8: (nos.) 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

13971 Benefit series service, unemployment insurance report : prepared by Divi- 

sion of Determinations and Hearings. [Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf 
form.] * Paper, $5.00 a yr. (including separators), $2.75 additional for 
foreign mailing. • Item 752 

L. C. card L 50-85 L 7.37 : ( nos. ) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; no. 35-40. [1953.] various paging. 

13972 Bimonthly summary of labor market developments in major areas. ( [Divi- 
sion of Reports and Analysis.] ) [Processed.] f L 7.51: (date) 

Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

13973 Employment and wages of workers covered by State unemployment insur- 

ance laws by industry and State ; prepared by Division of Reports and 
Analysis. [Special issue of Statistical supplement to Labor market and 
employment security.] t • Item 758 L 7.20/3 : (date) 

2d and 3d quarters 1952. Feb. and May 1953. cover titles, each 4S p. il. 4° 

13974 Employment security review. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a yr., 60c. addi- 

tional for foreign mailing; single copy, 20c. • Item 754 
L. C. card L 35-100 L 7.18 : ( v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-June 1953 ; v. 20, no. 2-6. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

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13975 Government Publications 

13975 Labor market and employment security. [Monthly.] * Paper, $3.50 a yr., 

$1.00 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 30c. • Item 758 
L. C. card 50-1776 L 7.20 : (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, 11. 4° 

13976 Statistical supplement; prepared by Division of Reports and Analysis. 

[Monthly. Processed.] $ L 7.20/2 : (date) 

Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

13977 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed.] t L7.41:(CT) 

13978 Unemployment insurance claims. [Weekly. Processed.] t 

L7.39: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 3-June 27, 1953; v. 8, no. 30-55. [1953.] Each [2] p. + [2] leaves, f° 

ENGINEERS CORPS (Arnry), Defense Dept. 

13979 Bulletin of Beach Erosion Board, office, chief of engineers. [Quarterly. 

Processed.] t D 103.16: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 1 and Apr. 1, 1953 ; v. 7, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] cover titles, 58 p. il. and 
23 p. il. 4° 

13980 special issue no. 2, shore protection planning and design. Blar. 1953. 

[375] p. il. 4° [Preliminary, subject to revision. Processed.] t 

D 103.16 : special issue 2 

13981 index of specifications used by Corps of Engineers [in effect on] Jan. 1, 

1953, cumulative monthly supplement. [Processed.] | 

D 103.12 : 953/supp.-(nos.) 
Feb. 1-June 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

13982 BEPQ series. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed. Incorporated in quarterly Service and regulatory announce- 
ments.] t A 77.308/3: 
Note. — Contain quarantine and other official announcements of the Bureau of 
Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 

13983 Cooperative economic insect report. ( [Division of Insect Detection and 

Identification.]) [Weekly. Processed.] f A 77.324: (v.nos.& nos.) 
Jan. 2-June 26, 1953 ; v. 3, no. 1-26. [1953.] [54] +1-489 p. maps, 4° 

13984 Review of United States patents relating to pest control ; [by] R. C. Roark. 

(Division of Insecticide Investigations.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

A 77.311: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Dec. 1952-May 1953; v. 25, no. 12-v. 26, no. 5. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

EXTENSION SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

13985 Extension Service review. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 50 c. ad- 

ditional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 10c. • Item 60 

L. C. card Agr 30-359 A 43.7 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; [v. 24, no. 1-6]. [1953.] p. 1-120, il. 4° 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

13986 News for farmer cooperatives. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr., 50c. 

additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 10c. • Item 66 

L. C. card 36-20027 A 72.10: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953; [v. 19, no. 11-v. 20, no. 4]. [1953.] Each 16 p. il. 4" 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, Justice Dept. 

13987 Apprehension order. [Processed. These orders are issued only to law 

enforcement agencies, postmasters, and certain other public officials.] i 

J 1.14/10: (nos.) 
No 15S2-90 to 1025-32 ; Jan. 19-June 24, 1953. Each 8x8 in., and so printed as 
to be folded into postcard form. 

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August 1953 14001 

139S8 identification order. [Processed. On reverse of card is the official busi- 
ness franked postcard and a list of address and telephone numbers of 
special agents, Federal Bureau of Investigation. These orders are issued 
only to law enforcement agencies, postmasters, and certain other public 
officials.] $ J 1.14/9: (nos.) 

No. 2565-94; Feb. 2-June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each 8x8 in., and so printed 
as to be folded into postcard form. 

13989 Li s t of Identification orders outstanding Apr. 23, 1953. [1953.] 8x8 in., 

and so printed as to be folded into postcard form. [Processed. On 
reverse of card are official business franked postcard and a list of ad- 
dresses and telephone numbers of special agents, Federal Bureau of 
Investigation. All orders not listed have been cancelled.] t 

J 1.14/9 : 982 A-25S5/list 

13990 wanted flyer. [Processed.] t J 1.14/13 : (nos) 

No. 108-126 : Jan. 14-June 25, 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. 11. f° 
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

13991 Operating data from monthly reports of 58 [or 57] telephone carriers filing 

annual and monthly reports. [Processed. Subject to revision.] f 

CC1.14: (date) 

Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. 1195:;.] Each [2] p. oblong large 8° 

13992 Operating data from monthly reports of large telegraph, cable, and radio- 

telegraph carriers. [Processed. Subject to revision.] t 

CC1.13: (date) 

Oct.-Dec. 1952 [and] 1951 to Jan.-Apr. 1953 [and] 1952. Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. 
Each [2] p. il. oblong large 8° 

Public notices. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Processed.] % 

13993 Actions in docket cases, reports. [Issued irregularly.] CC 1.33 : (nos.) 

13994 Actions on motions, reports. [Issued irregularly.] CC 1.32 : (nos.) 

13995 Broadcast actions, reports. [Issued irregularly.] 

L. C. card 46-43931 CC 1.20/2 : (nos.) 

13996 Broadcast applications accepted and tendered for filing, reports. [Issued irregu- 

larly.] CC1.26: (nos.) 

13997 [.Miscellaneous releases.] [Issued irregularly.] CC 1.37: (date) 

13998 New domestic public mobile radio service applications rendered tor tiling during 

past week. [Weekly.] CC 1.36 : (nos.) 

13999 Telephone and telegraph actions, reports. [Issued irregularly.] 

CC 1.20/3: (nos.) 

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS BUREAU, Health, Education, and 
Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong. 1st sess. ). Public law 13, 83d Cong. 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, 
provided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred 
to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14000 New Federal credit union charters, quarterly report of organization. 

[Processed.] % FS 3.307: (date) 

Dec. 31, 1952 and Mar. 31, 1953. [1953.] [4] 4-17 p. and [4] 4-20 p. 4" [An 
addendum to Mar. 31, 1953 issue, p. 20-25, was also issued, p. 20 being a 
revised page.] 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

14001 Bulletin, changes in list of Operating banking offices insured by Federal 

Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. (supplement to list 
of Jan. 1, 1951). [Processed.] f Y3.F31/S: 15/951- (nos.) 

ML-23 to ML-27 ; Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

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14002 Government Publications 

14002 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° or f° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed.] f Y3.F31/8:16/(nos.) 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, Housing and Home 
Finance Agency 

14003 Amendments to rules and regulations under sections of National housing 

act. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

HH 2.6/3 : 

14004 insured mortgage portfolio. * Paper, 50c. a yr., 20c. additional for foreign 

mailing; single copy, 15c. • Item 590 

L. C. card 36-26516 HH2.10: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Spring and summer 1953 ; v. 17, no. 3 and 4. [1953.] 34 p. il. and 32 p. il. 4» 

14005 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

HH 2.18 : 

Note. — Releases contain news of activities, organization, and operations of the 
Federal Housing Administration. 

FEDERAL MARITIME BOARD, Commerce Dept. 

14006 Federal Maritime Board and Maritime Administration releases NR 

(series). [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 
essed. ] t C 39.109 : date & nos. ) 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

14007 Class A and class B privately owned electric utilities in United States, 

statement of taxes, dividends, salaries, and wages. [Processed. Issued 
in loose-leaf form for insertion in Electric power statistics binder, sec. 
4.] t Paper, 5c. each. FP 1.22: (date) 

4th quarter 1951 [and] 1952 and 1st quarter 1952 [and] 1953. [1953.] Each 
1 p. 4» 

1400S Consumption of fuel for production of electric energy. [Monthly. Proc- 
essed. Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Electric power statistics 
binder, sec. 2.] t Paper, 5c. each. 

L. C. card 48^7126 FP 1.11/3: (nos.) 

Feb. 2-May 29, 1953. Each [4] 

14000 Electric utility system loads, (class 1 electric utility systems of United 
States). [Monthly. Processed. Title varies.] t Paper, 5c. each. 

FP1.24: (date) 
Nov. 1952-Feb. 1953. Jan. 26-June 5, 1953. [4] p. map or 15 p. il. 4° 

14010 Monthly sales of electric energy to ultimate consumers. [Processed. Is- 

sued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Electric power statistics binder, 
sec. 5.] f Paper, 5c. FP 1.11/6 : (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Mar. 1953 ; no. 52-11E to 53-3E. Jan. 19-May 22, 1953. Each [4] 
p. il. 4° 

14011 Production of electric energy in United States. [Monthly. Processed. 

Issued in loose-leaf form for insertion in Electric power statistics binder, 
seel.] t Paper, 5c. each. FP 1.11/2: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 52-12A to 53-4A. Feb. 2-May 29, 1953. Each [4] 
p. il. 4° 

14012 Sales, revenues and income of privately-owned class A and class B electric 

utilities in United States. [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, 5c. each. 

FP 1.11/5: (nos.) 
Jan. 19-May 25, 1953. Each [4] 

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FEDERAL REGISTER DIVISION, General Services Administration 

14013 Federal register. [Daily except Sunday, Monday, and day following an 

official Federal holiday.] * Paper, $15.00 a yr„ $1.50 a month, $5.00 addi- 
tional for foreign mailing; single copies vary in price. • Item 573 
L. 0. card 36-26246 GS 4.107: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 1-June 30, 1953; v. 18, no. 1-126. [1953.] p. 1-3740, 4° 

Note. — The daily issues of the Federal register contain the full text of current 
documents arranged as follows: (1) Presidential proclamations. Executive orders, 
and other Presidential documents ; (2) documents amending or supplementing the 
Code of Federal regulations; (3) notices of proposed rule making submitted under 
sec. 4 (a) of the Administrative procedure act ; (4) statements of agency organiza- 
tion under sec. 3 (a) (1) of the Administrative procedure act, notices of adminis- 
trative hearings, and similar non-regulatory documents of public interest. 

14014 index. [Monthly.] Included in price of subscription. • Item 573 

GS 4.107: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-May 1953; v. 18, no. 1-21 to 84-105. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

14015 Federal reserve bulletin. [Monthly.] t Paper, $2.00 a yr„ 60c. additional 

for foreign mailing; single copy, 20c, 5c. additional for foreign mailing. 
L. C. card 15-26318 FR1.3: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; [v. 39, no. 1-6]. n. p. [1953]. [12] + 1-688 p. 11. 4" 

14016 Federal reserve charts on bank credit, money rates, and business [with 

sources of data for charts]. [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, $6.00 a yr., 
including historical supplement ; single copy, 60c. 

L. C. card 50-13379 FR 1.30: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] cover titles, each 92 p. il. or 94 p. il. oblong 8° 

14017 Federal reserve par list (banks upon which checks will be received by 

Federal reserve banks and branches for collection and credit) [Oct. 
1952], cumulative supplement. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

FR 1.9 : 952/supp.-(nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14018 Member bank call reports, condition of member banks, t ER 1.11 : (nos.) 

No. 126 ; Dee. 31, 1952. n. p. [1953]. [2] + 19 p. map, 4° 

Periodical releases. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Processed.] t 

14019 All banks in United States and possessions, principal assets and liabilities. [Semi- 

annual. Key number E.4.] FR 1.28/2 : (date) 

14020 Announcement by Board of Governors of Federal Reserve System, changes in State 

bank membership. [Weekly. Key number K. 3.] FR 1.33 : (date & nos.) 

14021 Assets and liabilities of all banks in United States. [Monthly. Key number G.7.] 

FR 1.28 : (date) 

14022 Bank debits, debits to deposit accounts except interbank accounts. [Monthly. 

Key number G.6. Beginning with Apr. 16, 1953, issue title reads : Bank debits 
to demand deposit accounts.] FR 1.17 : (date) 

14023 Business indexes. [Monthly. Key number G. 12.3.] FR 1.19 : (date) 

14024 Changes in commercial and industrial loans by industry. [Weekly. Key number 

H.12.] FR 1.39 : (date) 

14025 Condition of Federal reserve banks. [Weekly. Key number H.4.I.] 

FR 1.15 : (date) 

14026 Condition of weekly reporting member banks in central reserve cities. [Key num- 

ber H.4.3.] FR 1.16/2,: (date) 

14027 Condition of weekly reporting member banks in leading cities. [Key number 
H.4.2.] FR1.16: (date) 

14028 Consumer credit. [Monthly. Key number G.19.] FR 1.36 : (date) 

14029 Consumer instalment credits of commercial banks. [Monthly. Key number G.18.1. 

(G.18. beginning with Mar. 1953 issue).] FR 1.36/2 : (date) 

14030 Consumer instalment credits of industrial banks. [Monthly. Key number 

G.18.2.] FR 1.36/3 : (date) 

14031 Consumer instalment credits of industrial loan companies. [Monthly. Key num- 

ber G.18. 3.] FR 1.36/4 : (date) 

14032 Consumer instalment loans of principal types of financial institutions. [Monthly. 

Key number G.17.1.] FR 1.34 : (date) 

14033 Department store credit. [Monthly. Key number G.17.3 (beginning with Mar. 

1953 issue G.17).] FR 1.34/3 : (date) 

14034 Department store merchandising data. [Monthly. Key number G.7.4.I.] 

FR 1.24/6 : (date) 

14035 Department store sales [indexes and comparisons with previous years]. [Monthly. 

Key number G.7.2.] FR 1.24/3 : (date) 

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14030 Government Publications 

Periodical releases — Continued 

14036 Department store sales and stocks, by major departments. [Monthly. Key num- 

ber G.7.3.1 FK 1.24/5 : (date) 

14037 Department store sales in selected cities and areas. [Weekly. KeynumberH.il.] 

FR 1.24/2 : (date) 
1403S Department store stocks. [Monthly. Key number G.7.4.2.] FR 1.24/4 : (date) 
14039 Deposits, reserves, and borrowings of member banks. [Semimonthly. Key num- 
ber .1.1.] FR 1.11/4: (date) 
(4040 Foreign exchange rates. [Monthly. Key number G. 5.] FR 1.32/2 : (date) 

14041 Foreign exchange rates for week. [Key number 11.10.] FR 1.32 : (date) 

14042 Index numbers of wholesale prices. [Monthly. Key number G.8.] 

FR1.38: (date) 

14043 Member bank loans. [Issued irregularly. Key number E.3.4.] FR 1.11/2 : (date) 

14044 National summary of business conditions. [Monthly. Key number G.12.2.] 

FR 1.19/2: (date) 

14045 Retail furniture report. [Monthly. Key number G.16.] FR 1.41 : (date) 
14040 Retail instalment credit at furniture and household appliance stores. [Monthly. 

Key number G.17.2.] FR 1.34/2 : (date) 

14047 Sales finance companies. [Monthly. Key number G. 20.] FR 1.26 : (date) 

14048 Sales, profits, and dividends of large corporations. [Quarterly. Key number E. 6.] 

FR 1.40: (date) 

14049 Weekly department store sales (based on dollar amounts). [Key number H.8.] 

FR 1.24: (date) 

14050 Weekly review of periodicals. [Key number H.9.] FR 1.22 : (nos.) 

14051 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] f FR 1.31: (date) 

14052 Selected list of additions to research library. [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed. KeynumberK.il.] t FR 1.29: (date) 



FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE, General Services Administration 

Note. — Publications of the Federal Supply Service, whether for sale or free, 
should be ordered from GSA Regional Offices in Boston. New York, Atlanta, Chicago, 
Kansas City, Mo., Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D. C. 
All checks and money orders should be made payable to the Treasurer of the 
United States. 

14053 Excess personal property circular ; issued by Personal Property Utiliza- 

tion Division. (Region 3.) [Processed. This is a listing of excess 
personal property located in District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, 
West Virginia, island possessions of Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, 
available to all Federal agencies.] f GS 2.4/3: (date) 

GSA-3-53-3 and GSA-3-53-4, Jan. 15 and Mar. 20, 1953. cover titles, [3] +18 
p. and [2] +67 p. 4° [Expiration dates Feb. 15 and Apr. 20, 1953.] 

14054 Federal supply schedule, check list. [Quarterly. Processed.] t 

GS 2.7/3: (date) 
Mar. 1, 1953. Mar. 13, 1953. 15 p. 4° 

14055 Index of Federal specifications and standards, cumulative monthly supple- 

ment to index dated Jan. 1, 1953. * Paper, $1.75 ( including basic index 
and 11 monthly cumulative supplements), 50c. additional for foreign 
mailing. • Item 565 GS 2.S/2 : 953/supp.(nos.) 

Feb. 1-July 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° [No supplements issued for 
May and June 1953.] 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

14056 Clip sheet. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

FT 1.19/2: (nos.) 

14057 Monthly summary of work. [Processed.] t FT 1.15: (date) 

Nov. 1952-Feb. 1953. Jan. 2S-Mar. 24, 1953. Each 8 p. or 7 p. 

14058 Quarterly financial report, United States manufacturing corporations. 

[Processed. These reports made jointly with Securities and Exchange 
Commission.] t 

L. C. card 49-45545 FT LIS: (date) 

4th quarter 19r,2. [1952.] [2] +22 p. 

14059 United States retail and wholesale corporations. [Processed. This 

report made jointly with Securities and Exchange Commission.] t 

FT 1.20: (date) 

3rd and 4th quarters 1952. [1953.] Each 9 p. 

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August 1953 14073 

14060 Releases during week. [1953.] Each 1 p. or [2] p. various sizes. [Proc- 

essed.] t FT 1.19: (date) 

FISCAL SERVICE, Treasury Dept. 

14061 United States savings bonds issued and redeemed. [Monthly. Processed.] 

t T 63.7: (date) 

Jan. 31-June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4" 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, Interior Dept. 

14062 c. f. s. (series). See, below, Fish meal and oil, Florida landings, Frozen 

fish report, Maine landings, Massachusetts landings, Mississippi land- 
ings, New Jersey landings, Texas landings. 

14063 Commercial fisheries [statistical list] SL (series). [1953.] various pag- 

ing, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t I 49.42 :( nos. ) 

14064 Commercial fisheries abstracts, monthly summary of important develop- 

ments for fishery industries. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 52-40434 I 49.40 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan-July 1953 ; v. 6, no. 1-7. [1953.] various paging, il. 4" 

14065 Commercial fisheries review; [prepared in Branch of Commercial Fish- 

eries], [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card F 39-3 I 49.10 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953 ; v. 14, no. 12-v. 15, no. 5. [1952-53.] cover titles, various 
paging, il. 4° [A supplement to Dec. 1952 also issued.] 

14066 Fish meal and oil. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly, Proc- 

essed.] f I49.S/2:(nos.) 

Nov. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. il. or ri]+2 p. il. 4° (C. F. S. 

828, 839, S49, 859, 868, 878, 886.) 

14067 Florida landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed. Prepared in cooperation with Florida State Board of Conserva- 
tion, Tallahassee, Fla., and Marine Laboratory, University of Miami.] t 

1 49.8/2: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each [l]+5 p. il. 4° (C. F. S. 836, 847, S57. 
866, 879, 887.) 

14068 Frozen fish report. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed.] f I 49.8/2: (nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] Each [l]+7 p. il. 4» (C. F. S. 830, 842, S53, 861, 
872, 883.) 

14069 Frozen fish report, preliminary. [1953.] Each 2p. f° (Branch of Com- 

mercial Fisheries. ) [Monthly. Processed, t 1 49.8/3 : (date) 

14070 Maine landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed. Prepared in cooperation with Sea and Shore Fisheries Depart- 
ment, Augusta, Maine.] t I 49.8/2: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1952-53.] Each [l]+3 p. il. or [l]+2 p. il. 4° 
(C. F. S. 837, S45, S55, 862, 874, 885.) 

14071 Massachusetts landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. 

Processed.] t I 49.8/2: (nos.) 

Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. [1953.] Each [1] +6 p. il. or [1] +7 p. il. 4° (C. F. S. 

829, 834, 844, 854, 864, 890.) 

14072 Mississippi landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. 

Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Mississippi Seafood Commis- 
sion, Biloxi, Miss.] t I 49.8/2: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1952-53.] Each [2] p. il. 4° (C. F. S. 835, 846, 856, 
865, 875, 884.) 

14073 New Jersey landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. 

Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Department of Conservation 
and Economic Development, Division of Fish and Game, Trenton, N. J.] t 

149.8/2: (nos.) 

Aug. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. 11. 4° (C. F. S. 810, 831-832, 850- 
851, 870-871, 873, 881.) 

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14074 Government Publications 

14074 Pittman-Robertson quarterly. [Processed.] t 

I.. C. card 50-19059 1 49.25 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

July 1-Oct. 31 and Oct. 1-Dee. 31, 1952 ; v. 13, no. 1 and 2. Jan. and Apr. 1953. 
cover titles, p. 1-227, 4° [Illustration on front cover.] 

14075 Progressive fish-culturist. [Quarterly.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr., 35c. additional 

for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 612-B 

149.35: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; v. 15, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] cover titles, p. 1-96, 11. 4° 

14076 Texas landings. (Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed. Prepared in cooperation with Texas Game and Fish Commission. 
Austin, Tex.] f 1 49.8/2: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] Each [l] + 3 p. 11. or [l]+2 p. il. 4° (C. F. S. 

838, 848, S58, 867, 880, 888.) 

14077 Wildlife review [abstracting service for wildlife management, issued for 

information of cooperators]. [Processed.] f 

L. C. card 53-17432 1 49.17 : (nos.) 

Nov. 1592-Mar. 1953. no. 70-72. [Laurel, Md., 1953.] cover titles, various 
paging. 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as an 
executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doe. 102, 83d Cong., 
1st sess.). Public law 13, 83d Cong., 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, provided that 
the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14078 Notices of judgment under Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act : Drugs and 

devices, f • Item 477 

L. C. card Agr 40-274 FS 13.108: (nos.) 

3781-3800 to 3S81-3900. Jan.-June 1953. p. 277-396. 

14079 Foods, t • Item 477 

L. C. card Agr 40-122 FS 13.109 : (nos.) 

18751-800 to 1S951-19000. Jan.-Apr. 1953. p. 329-451. 
19001-50 to 19101-150. May and June 1953. p. 1-80. 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

Note. — The Foreign Agricultural Service was established within the Agriculture 
Department by authority of Memorandum 1320, Supplement 1, of the Secretary of 
Agriculture dated March 10, 1953. The Foreign Agricultural Relations Office was 
discontinued by the same authority. 

14080 Foreign agricultural trade, United States foreign trade in agricultural 

products, monthly summary with comparisons. [Processed.] f 
L. C card 51-61442 A 67.19: (date) 

Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. Jan.— June 1953. various paging, il. 4° [An annual sum- 
mary for calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

14081 United States trade in agricultural products with Canada, calendar 

years 1951 and 1952. June 1953. 20 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 67.19 : 952/14 

14082 Foreign agriculture. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.50 a yr., 50c. additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 76 

L. C. card 43-40327 A 67.8: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-June 1953 ; [v. 17, no. 2-6]. [1953.] p. 21-124, il. 4° 

14083 Foreign crops and markets. [Weekly. Processed.] t 

A67.S: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953 ; v. 66, no. 1-26. [1953.] [26] + 586 p. 4° 
l kis i Foreign trade in farm machinery and supplies, United States foreign trade 
in agricultural equipment, fertilizers, pesticides and related materials, 
monthly summary with comparisons. [Processed.] t A 67.21 : (date) 
Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. Jan.-June 1953. various paging, 11. 4° 

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August 1953 14099 

14085 World cotton prices. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Weekly. Processed.] f 

A 67.23: (date) 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

140S6 Current export bulletin, supplement to Comprehensive export schedule. 
(Office of International Trade.) [Issued irregularly. Issued in loose- 
leaf form.] * Paper, $7.50 a yr. (including Comprehensive export sched- 
ule), $2.00 additional for foreign mailing. • Item 212 C 18.266: (nos.) 
No. 689-706 : Jan. 2-June 25, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° [These bulletins 

supplement Comprehensive export schedules issued Mar. 31, 1952 and Mar. 31, 

1953. An errata to no. 705 also issued.] 

14087 Domestic economic developments, monthly business indicators. (Office of 

Business Economics.) [Weekly. Processed.] t C.1S.2S5/2: (date) 
May 7-June 25, 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4" 

14088 weekly business indicators. (Office of Business Economics.) 

[Weekly. Processed.] t C 18.285: (date) 

May 7-June 25, 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

140S9 Foreign commerce weekly. * Paper, $3.50 a yr., $1.00 additional for foreign 
mailing ; single copy, 10c. • Item 214 

L. C. card 40-29231 C 18.5/1 : (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953 ; v. 49, no. 1-26. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

14090 Industry survey, manufacturers' sales, inventories, new and unfilled orders. 

(Office of Business Economics.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

C 18.224: (date) 
Jan.— July 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° [April and May 1953 issued as 
one publication.] 

Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4" [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

14091 Business news reports, OBE (series). (Office of Business Economics.) 

C 18.281 : (nos.) 

14092 OIC (series). (Office of Industry and Commerce.) C 18.281/2 : (nos.) 

14093 OIT (series). (Office of International Trade.) C 18.281/3 : (nos.) 

14094 Survey of current business. (Office of Business Economics.) [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $3.25 a yr. (including weekly supplement), $1.00 additional for 
foreign mailings; single copy, 30c. • Item 228 

L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.35 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; [v. 33, no. 1-6]. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

14095 weekly supplement. (Office of Business Economics.) Included in 

price of subscription to Survey of current business. • Item 229 

L. C. card 21-26819 C 18.36: (date) 

Jan. 2-June 26, 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. 4° 

FOREST SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

14096 Caribbean forester. (Tropical Forest Experiment Station, Rio Piedras, 

P. R. ) [Quarterly. Articles are written in the authors' native 
tongue.] t 

L. C. card S40-8 A 13.64/7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

July 1952; v. 13, no. 3. n. p. [1953]. cover title, [l]+93-142 p. il. 4» 

14097 Fire control notes, periodical devoted to technique of forest fire control. 

[Quarterly.] * Paper, 75c. a yr., 25c. additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 20c. • Item 82 

L. C. card Agr 37-16 A 13.32 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Apr. and July 1953 ; v. 14, no. 2 and 3. [1953.] cover titles, each 46 p. il. 

14098 Northeastern Forest Experiment Station : Northeastern research notes. 

[Processed.] t A 13.42/20: (nos.) 

No. 16-19 ; Aug. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each4p.il. 

14099 Research hi-lites. (Northern Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experi- 

ment Station.) [Processed.] % A 13.30/10: (date) 

Feb. 20, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° 

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14100 Government Publications 

14100 Tree planters' notes, publication for nurserymen and planters of forests 

and shelterbelts. [Processed.] f A 13.51 : (nos.) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; no. 13 and 14. [1953.] [3] +25+ [1] p. and [1] +214- [1] 
p. il. 4° 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

14101 Accounting systems memorandum. [Processed.] t GA 1.11 : (nos. ) 

No. 25-28 ; Oct. 31, 1952-June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. or 2 p. 4» 

14102 Decisions of comptroller general. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a yr. ; 75c. 

additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 20c. 

L. C. card 22-24145 GA1.5/a: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Sept. 1952-Feb. 1953 ; v. 32. [1952-53.] [23] +127-380 p. [Sept. and Dec. 
1952 issues include Index-digest.] 

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

14103 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° (Office of Public Information and 

Reports.) [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t GS 1.12: (nos.) 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Interior Dept. 

14104 Geophysical abstracts ; by Mary C. Rabbitt and S. R. Vesselowsky. [Quar- 

terly. Abstracts of world literature contained in periodicals, books, and 
patents.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign mailing; single 
copy, 25c. • Items 620 and 621A 

L. C. card GS 37-206 1 19.43 : (nos.) 

Oct.-Dec. 1952, 151; (nos. 14004-183). 1953. iil + 195-287 p. (Bulletin 

991-D.) 
Jan.-Mar. 1953, 152; (nos. 14184-388). 1953. iii + 1-61 p. (Bulletin 1002-A.) 

Note. — The class 119.43: (nos.) has been made for sales purposes and should 
be given when ordering a subscription or single copies. Libraries using the Docu- 
ments Office classification may prefer to classify this periodical in the Geological 
Survey bulletin series, 119.3: (nos.) 

14105 New publications of Geological Survey. [Monthly.] f • Item 622 

L. C. card GS 11-221 1 .19.14/4 : (nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953 ; list 534-538. [1953.] Each 9 p. or 8 p. 

14106 Volcano letter. [Quarterly.] f Hawaiian Volcanic Research Association, 

University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

L. C. card 29-19162 1 19.29 : (nos.) 

Oct.-Dec. 1952; no. 518. University of Hawaii, [1953]. 14 p. il. 4° 

14107 Water resources review [press release]. [1953.] Each4p.il. 4° [Monthly. 

Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Canada, Department of Re- 
sources and Development, Water Resources Division.] t Interior De- 
partment Information Service. 119.42: (date) 

HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE DEPARTMENT 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong., 1st sess.). Public law 13, 83d Cong., 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, provided 
that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred 
to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14108 Aging. [Issued 6 times a year.] * Paper, 50c. a yr., 15c. additional for 

foreign mailing; single copy, 10c. • Item 444-A (beginning with July 
1953 issue). FS 1.13 : (nos.) 

Jan.-July 1953 ; no. 3-6. [1953.] Each S p. 4° 

14109 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

FS1.15: (letter-nos.) 

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HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY 

14110 Housing research. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 40c. • Item 585 

HH 1.9/2: (nos.) 
Mar. 1953 : no. 5. [1953.] [3] +75 p. il. 4° 

14111 Housing statistics, compiled monthly from Government and other sources 

by HHFA. [Processed.] f HH 1.14: (v.nos.& nos.) 

July-Dec. 1952; [v. 5, no. 7-12]. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, 11. 
oblong 8° 

14112 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° (Office of Administrator.) [Issued 

irregularly. Processed.] j HH 1.15: (nos.) 

Note. — Releases contain news of activities of the agency and general informa- 
tion concerning housing and home finance. 

HUMAN NUTRITION AND HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU, Agriculture 
Dept. 

14113 Nutrition committee news. [Monthly.] t A 77.710: (date) 

Jan. to Apr.-June 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° [April-June 1953 issued as one 
publication.] 

14114 R Ura i family living. [Quarterly. Processed.] t A 77.708: (date) 

Mar. and June 1953. [1953.] [1] +17 p. and [1] +21 p. 4° 

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14115 Hvdrographic bulletin. [Weekly.] t 

L. C. card 46-37825 D 203.3 : (date) 

Jan. 3-June 27, 1953 ; no. 1-26. [1953.] Each 1 p. f° 

14116 Memorandum for aviators. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 51-27317 D 203.11 : ( date & nos. ) 

Jan. 12-Apr. 2, 1953 ; no. 1-4. [1953.] Each [2] leaves or 1 p. il. f° or 4° 

14117 Monthly corrections for H. O. pub. 1-N. [Processed.] t Hydrographic 

Office, Clearfield, Utah, and Scotia, N. Y. 

L. C. card 51-5929 D 203.22 : 1 N/951/corr.list-( nos.) 

Feb. 28, 1952-Apr. 30, 1953. Mar. 1-May 1, 1953. Each 6 leaves or 11 leaves. 

1411S Monthly tide calendar, Savannah, Ga. [etc.]. [The tabulated matter is 
processed.] f D 203.14: (date) 

Feb.-Mar. to Aug.-Sept. 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. f° 

14119 Notice to aviators. [Biweekly.] t 

L. C. card 20-26958 D 203.7: (date) 

Jan. 7-June 22, 1953 ; no. 1-14. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14120 Notice to mariners. [Weekly. Part 1 of each number relates to the 

Western Hemisphere and is prepared in cooperation with the Coast 
Guard. Part 2 relates to the Eastern Hemisphere.] t 

D 203.8: (date/pt.) 
Jan. 3-June 27, 1953; no. 1-26. [1953.] Each 2 pts., [ccliii] + 1-1225+ [dlii] 
leaves, maps. 

14121 Notice to mariners relating to Great Lakes and tributary waters west of 

Montreal. [Weekly. Prepared jointly by the Coast Guard and Hydro- 
graphic Office.] t D 203.9: (date) 
Mar. 20-June 26, 1953 ; no. 1-15. [1953.] [30] p. + 1-123 leaves, il. 
[Index] 1951. [1952.] [l]+x leaves. 
[Index] 1952. [1953.] [1] +xiv leaves. 

14122 Sun and moon tables for Cleveland, Ohio. [Monthly. Processed.] 

t Branch Hydrographic Office, Cleveland, Ohio. D 203.14/2: (date) 

Feb.-July 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14123 Tide calendar for Hampton Roads (Sewalls Pt), Va. [Bimonthly. Proc- 

essed.] t Branch Hydrographic Office, Custom House, Norfolk, Va. 

D 203.13: (date) 
Mar.-Apr. to July-Aug. 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. f» 

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14124 Government Publications 

14124 Tide, moon and sun calendar, Baltimore, Md. [and Tide calendar, Hamp- 

ton Roads, Va.]. [Monthly. Processed.] t Branch Hydrographic Office, 
Custom House, Baltimore, Md. D 203.12 : (date) 

Feb.-Aug. 1953. [1053.] Each [2] p. 4° 

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Justice Dept. 

14125 i & N reporter. [Quarterly.] t Paper, $1.00 a yr. ; single copy, 25c. De- 

partment of Justice, Box PJIB, Atlanta, Ga. .121.10/2: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Apr. 1953; v. 1, no. 4. [FPI Atlanta, Mar. 23, 1953.] [2] +43-56 p. il. 4° 
Annual index, July 1052-Apr. 1933, v. 1. n. p. [1953]. 4 p. 4° 
July 1953 ; v. 2, no. 1. [FPI Atlanta, June 22, 1953.] [2] +1-14 p. il. 4° 

INDIAN AFFAIRS BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

14126 Adahooniligii, Navajo language monthly, t Paper, 50c. a yr. ; Education 

Office, Navajo Service, Window Rock, Ariz. 120.37: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb. 1-July 1, 1953; v. 9, no. 4-9. Phoenix, Ariz. [1953]. various paging, 
il. 4° 

14127 Directory of field and headquarters offices, Bureau of Indian Affairs. 

[Quarterly.] t 120.38: (date) 

Jan. 1 and Apr. 1, 1953. [Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans., Jan. 1 and Apr. 
1, 1953.] Each [8] p. 

14128 Indian education. (Education Division.) [Semimonthly, September- 

May.] t Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. 120.26: (nos.) 

Jan. 15-May 15, 1953 ; [no.] 232-240. [Haskell, Jan. 15-May 15, 1953.] Each 
4 p. 12° 

14129 Indian leader. [Semimonthly during school year.] t Paper, 50c. a yr., 

Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans. 

L. C. card Ca 6-1655 120.39: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 23-May 8, 1953; v. 56, no. 8-16. [Haskell, Jan. 23-May 20, 1953.] Each 
8 p. il. large 8° [Number 16, v. 56, is the commencement issue.] 

14130 Indian school journal. [Weekly, October-May.] % 

L. C. card CA 6-1219 120.41: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 10-May 23, 1953 ; v. 52, no. 13-32. [Chilocco Print, 1953.] various paging, 
il. large 8° 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OFFICE, (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14131 safety review. (NAVEXOS P-52.) [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.50 a yr., 60c. 

additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 379 

L. C. card 50-3S73 D 204.7: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 10, no. 1-6. [1953.] Each 24 p. il. 4° 

INFORMATION OFFICE, Agriculture Dept. 

14132 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] f A 21.23: 

14133 United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publications and 

motion pictures, t • Item 92 

L. C. card Agr 9-1414 A 21.6/5 : (date) 

Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT 

14134 inside Interior. [Monthly. Discontinued with June 1953 issue.] t 

11.75: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 10, no. 7-12. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. f° 

14135 Library, list of accession. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

122.8: (nos.) 
July 1950-Mar. & Apr. 1953, nos. [1]-19. [1950-53.] various paging, 4» [List 
no. 18 contains current periodicals. Apr. 1953.] 

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August 1953 14148 

14136 Missouri River Basin progress [report]. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

11.80: (date ) 
Dec. 1»52-May 1953. [Western Litho-Print, Inc., Billings, Mont., 1953.] cover 
titles, various paging, 11. 4° 

14137 Releases. [1952.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed. 

Designated P. N. (nos.).] t Information Service. 11.82: (nos.) 

INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU, Treasury Dept. 

1413S internal revenue bulletin. [Biweekly.] * Paper, $3.25 a yr., $1.35 addi- 
tional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 957 
L. C. card 22-26051 T 22.23/1 : (date) 

Jan. 5-June 22, 1953; no. 1-13. [1953.] various paging. [Includes Kuliugs 
1-118.] 

14139 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed.] t T 22.42 : 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

14140 Carload waybill statistics, 1952, quarterly comparisons, traffic and revenue 

by commodity classes, terminations (Bureau of Transport Economics and 
Statistics. ) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 4S-141 IC 1.23 : (date) 

2d— 4th quarters 1952 and 1951. Washington, D. C, Jan.-June 1953. Each 

[1]+10 p. or [1] + 12 p. 4" (Statement 530, 5312, 5318.) [Corrected copy 

for 3d quarter 1952, [2] + 12 p. also issued.] 

14141 Decisions (Finance). * Paper, $2.50 a vol., 75c. additional for foreign mail- 

ing ; single copies vary in price. 

L. C. card S-30656 IC 1.6/a : F-(nos.) 

F— 8899 to F-S906. [Also in Interstate Commerce Commission reports, v. 282.] 

14142 Decisions (Motor carrier). * Paper, $3.25 a vol., $1.50 additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. IC 1 inot.8/a : M-(nos.) 

M-7390 to M-7391, M-7503 to M-7589. [Also in Motor carrier cases, v. 61.] 

14143 Decisions (Motor carrier, finance). * Paper, $2.50 a vol., $1.00 additional 

for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. 

IC 1 niot.S/a 2 : MF-(nos.) 
MF-1979 to MF-200G. [Also in Motor carrier cases, v. 58.] 

14144 Decisions ( Traffic ) . * Paper, $3.00 a vol., $1.50 additional for foreign mail- 

ing ; single copies vary in price. IC 1.6/a : (nos.) 

[Opinions] 20355-438. [Also in Interstate Commerce Commission reports, 
v. 287.] 

14145 Decisions (Valuation). * Paper, $3.00 a vol., 50c. additional for foreign 

mailing; single copies vary in price. IC 1 val.9/a: B-(nos.) 

B-1099 to B-1119. [Also in Interstate Commerce Commission reports, v. 52.] 

14146 Decisions (Water carrier). * Paper, $2.75 a vol., $1.00 additional for 

foreign mailing; single copies vary in price. IC 1.6/a : WO- (nos.) 

WC-445 to WC-454. [Also in Interstate Commerce reports, v. 285.] 

14147 Distribution of petroleum products by petroleum administration districts, 

1 percent sample of waybills for all carload traffic terminated by class 1 
steam railways. (Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 50-9475 IC 1.24 : (date) 

3d and 4th quarters 1952. Washington, D. C, Mar. and June 1953. Each [1] + 
3 p. map, 4° (Statement 539 and 5320.) 

14148 Freight commodity statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States, 

tons of revenue freight carried and freight revenue of large class 1 
steam railways. (Statement Q-500; Bureau of Transport Economics 
and Statistics.) [Subject to correction.] t • Item 705 
L. C. card A 25-724 IC 1 ste.26 : (date) 



3d and 4th quarters 1952. [1953.] Each 25 p. oblong large 8° [A summary 
for calendar year 1952, 11 p. oblong large 8" was also issued.] 

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14149 Government Publications 

14143 Freight train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 
(switching and terminal companies not included). [Statement M-211, 
OS-A; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t • Item 706 

L. C. card A 30-575 IC 1 ste.35 : (date) 

Dec. 1052-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14150 Fuel and power statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States class 

1 switching terminal companies included). (Statement M-230, OS-E; 
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. Subject 
to revision.] f • Item 707 

L. C. card A 36-784 IC 1 ste.30 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14151 Monthly comment on transportation statistics. (Bureau of Transport 

Economics and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 42-3365 101.17: (date) 

[Dec. 1952-May 1953]. Feb. 16-July 13, 1953. various paging, 4° 

14152 Motive power and car equipment of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(class 1 switching and terminal companies included). (Statement 
M-240, OS-F; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics,) 
[Monthly. Subject to revision.] f • Item 708 

L. C. card A 36-576 IC 1 ste.36 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14153 Operating revenues and operating expenses of class 1 steam railways in 

United States (switching and terminal companies not included). 
(Statement M-100; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 709 

L. C. card A 35-1300 IC 1 ste.19 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14154 Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam 

railways. (Statement M-150; Bureau of Transport Economics and 
Statistics.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 697 
L. C. card A 48-141 IC 1 ste.20 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. oblong large S° 

14155 Operating statistics of large steam railways, selected items. (Statement 

M-200; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t • Item 698 

L. C. card A 29-380 IC 1 ste.22 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953, compared with Nov. 1951-Apr. 1952. [1953.] Each 2 p. 
oblong large 8° [A summary for 1952 was also issued.] 

14156 Passenger traffic statistics (other than commutation) of class 1 steam rail- 

ways in United States, separated between coach traffic, and parlor and 
sleeping car traffic (switching and terminal companies not included). 
(Statement M-250; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Monthly. Processed. Subject to revision.] f 

L. C. card A 38-1273 IC 1 ste.40 : ( date ) 

Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. oblong large 8° 

14157 Passenger train performance of class 1 steam railways in United States 

(switching and terminal companies not included). (Statement M-213, 
OS-B ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t • Item 710 

L. C. card A 36-577 IC 1 ste.37 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14158 Revenue and traffic of carriers by water. (Statement Q-650, QWS; Bu- 

reau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed. Subject to 
revision.] f 

L. C. card A 42-3364 IC 1 wat.ll : ( date) 

4th quarter 1952. [1953.] 4 p. oblong large 8° [A summary for 1952, 4 p., 
oblong large 8°, was also issued.] 

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14159 Revenue traffic statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States 

^switching and terminal companies not included). (Statement M-220, 
(OS-D) ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] t • Item 711 

L. C. card A 29-381 IC 1 ste. 24 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong large 8° 

14160 Revenues, expenses and statistics of freight forwarders. (Statement 

Q-950, QFF; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Proc- 
essed. Subject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 44-5313 IC 1.19 : (date) 

3d and 4th quarters 1952. [1953.] 2 p. and 4 p. f« [The issue for the 4th 
quarter 1952 includes year 1952.] 

14161 Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers 

of passengers. (Statement Q-750; Bureau of Transport Economics 
and Statistics.) [Subject to revisions.] t • Item 690 
Xj. C. card A 39-871 IC 1 mot.12 : (date) 

4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953. [1953.] Each 5 p* oblong large 8° 
[A summary for 1952, S p., oblong large 8° was also issued.] 

14162 Revenues, expenses, other income and statistics of class 1 motor carriers 

of property. ( Statement Q-S00 ; Bureau of Transport Economics and 
Statistics.) [Subject to revision.] t • Item 691 
L. C. card A 39-1053 IC 1 mot.13 : (date) 

3d and 4th quarters 1952. [1953.] 5 p. and 8 p. oblong large 8° [A summary 
for 1952, p. l-3a, 4, oblong large 8° was also issued.] 

14163 Selected income and balance-sheet items of class 1 steam railways in United 

States (switching and terminal companies not included) [and Selected 
income items by regions and districts, class 1 steam railways]. (State- 
ment M-125 ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. 
Subject to revision.] f • Item 712 

L. C. card A 32-1785 IC 1 ste.34 : (date) 

Oct. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. il. or 2 p. oblong large 8° 

14164 Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, [with quarterly sum- 

maries]. (Statement M^tOO ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Sta- 
tistics.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 701 
L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste.31 : ( date ) 

Oct. 1952— Mar. 1953. [1952-53.] various paging, oblong large 8° 

14165 Summary of quarterly reports of persons furnishing cars to or on behalf 

of carriers by railroad or express companies. (Statement Q-900, QCL; 
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 45-2423 IC 1.18 : (date) 

3d and 4th quarters, July-Sept, and Oct.-Dec. 1952. [1953.] Each 1 p. oblong 
8° 

14166 Transportation revenue and traffic of large oil pipe companies, carriers hav- 

ing annual operating revenues of more than 5500,000. ( Statement Q-600, 
OPS ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed. Sub- 
ject to revision.] t 

L. C. card A 46-1701 IC 1 pip.7 : (date) 

4th quarter 1052 and 1st quarter 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. f° [A summary for 
1932, 1 p. f, was also issued.] 

14167 Wage statistics of class 1 steam railways in United States (switching and 

terminal companies not included ) . ( Statement M-300 ; Bureau of Trans- 
port Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t 
• Item 714 

L. C. ca rd A 29-3S2 IC 1 ste.25 : ( da te ) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. oblong large S" [Summary for 
calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

14168 Yard service performance of class 1 steam railways in United States (class 

1 switching and terminal companies included). (Statement M-215, OS- 
C; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Monthly. Sub- 
ject to revision.] t • Item 715 

L. C. card A 36-578 IC 1 ste.38 : ( date ) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. 1953. Each 1 p. oblong large 8" 

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14169 Government Publications 

JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14169 JAG journal. (NAVEXOS P-523.) [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.25 a yr., 35c. 

additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 381 

D 205.7: (date) 
Feb. to July-Aug. 1953. [1053.] various paging, 11. 4» [July and August 1953 
issued as one publication.] 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

Opinions of Attorney General. J 1.5/a : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Note. — The opinions of the Attorney General are first issued in signature form, 
at irregular intervals. Subscribers may deposit $2.00 per volume, 75c. additional 
for foreign mailing, with the Superintendent of Documents and receive the con- 
tents of a volume of the Separate opinions as they are issued ; single copies vary 
in price. Prices for bound volumes furnished upon application to the Superin- 
tnedent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

14170 Volume 41, [Opinion] no. 21-25; July 1, 1952-May 1, 1953. 

LABOR DEPARTMENT 

14171 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

L1.20:(CT) 

14172 Selected list of recent additions, Library. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L 1.19: (nos.) 
Aug.-Oct. 1952; new series no. 56-58. [1953.] 50 p. 4° [Aug.-Oct. 1952 is- 
sued as one publication.] 

LABOR STANDARDS BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

14173 Casualties and injuries among shipyard and dock workers, summary of 

fatal and nonfatal injuries reported to Bureau of Employees' Compen- 
sation under Longshoremen's and harbor workers' compensation act. 
[Processed.] t L 16.37: (date) 

lst-4th quarters 1952. [1953.] Each [2] + 6 p. 4» 

14174 Performance, story of the handicapped. (President's Committee on Em- 

ployment of Physically Handicapped.) [Monthly.] t • Item 766 

L 16.31: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Peb.-July 1953; [v. 3, no. 8-v. 4, no. 1]. [1953.] Each [2]+14 p. il. 

14175 Safety standards. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.50 yr., 25c. additional for for- 

eign mailing; single copy, 15c. • Item 766-A L 16.34: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Feb. to June-July 1953; [v. 2, no. 7 to 11-12]. [1953.] Each [2] +14 p. il. 
or [2] +13 p. il. 4° [Sometimes one publication covers 2 months.] 

LABOR STATISTICS BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

14176 Construction ; [prepared by Division of Construction Statistics] . [Monthly. 

Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 40-S7 L 2.22 : ( date ) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

14177 Consumer price index [revised series]. [Monthly. Processed.] f 

I2.3S/3: (date) 
Eeb.-May 1953. Mar. 26-June 23, 1953. Each 7 p. 4° 

14178 Employment and payrolls, monthly statistical report, employment trends, 

industry developments, industry statistics, State and area statistics, 
payroll data. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 23-234 L 2.9 : (date) 

Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

14179 Hours and earnings, industry report ; [prepared by Division of Manpower 

and Employment Statistics.] [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L2.41: (date) 
Jan.-June 1953. [Jan. 25-June 25, 1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 
[April is annual supplement issue.] 

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August 1953 14192 

14180 Monthly labor review. * Paper, $6.25 a yr., $1.50 additional for foreign 
mailing; single copy, 55e. • Item 770 

L. C. card 15-26485 L 2.0 : ( v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; v. 76. no. 1-G. [1953.] cover titles, [xxiv]+l-TU4 p. il. 4° 

nisi Monthly report, current wage developments ; prepared in Division of Wages 
and Industrial Relations, t 

L. C. card L 4S-43 L 2.44 : ( nos. ) 

Aug. 1952-Feb. 1953; no. 57-03. [1953.] various paging, 4° [October and 
November 1952 issued as one publication.] 

14182 New dwelling units authorized by local building permits. [1953.] various 

paging, 4° [Monthly. Processed.] L 2.51/5; 

pt. 1. New England, t 
pt. 2. Middle Atlantic, t 
pt. 3. Middle West, f 
pt. 4. South, t 
pt. 5. West, t 
pt. 1-5. Total report. } 

14183 Notes on labor abroad, summary of information on foreign labor conditions. 

[Processed.] t 

L, C. card L 48-1 L 2.32 : ( nos. ) 

Apr. 1953 ; no. 29. [1953.] cover title, a-b + 26 p. 4° 

141S4 Publications of Bureau of Labor Statistics. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card 14-101 1 1 L 2.34 : ( date ) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14185 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4" [Processed. Issued irregu- 

larly.] t L2.49:(CT) 

14186 Retail food prices by cities. [Monthly. Processed. Discontinued with 

Dec. 15, 1952 issue.] t L 2.37: (date) 

Nov. 15 and Dec. 15, 1952. [1953.] 55 p. and 5G p. 4° 

14187 Retail prices and indexes of gas, electricity and residential heating fuels. 

[Monthly. Processed.] t L2.40: (date) 

Dec. 15, 1952. [1953.] [l]-f 9 p. 4° 

14188 Urban building authorized. [Monthly. Processed.] t L 2.36: (date) 

Nov. 1952 and Jan.-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each 9 p. or 12 p. 4° [Information 
lacking as to Dec. 1952 issue.] 

14189 Weekly labor news digest. [Processed.] t L 2.50 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 7-May 27, 1953 ; v. 8, no. 1-21. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14190 Wholesale price index (1947-49 = 100), prices and price relatives for indi- 

vidual commodities. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card L 53-144 L 2.61 : (date) 

Jan. 1953 and Dec. 1952 to Apr. and Mar. 1953. Feb.-Apr. 1953. Each 10 p. or 
[2] 4-10 p. 4° 

LAND MANAGEMENT BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

14191 Our public lands. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 60c. a yr., 15c. additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. • Item 633-A 

153.12: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; v. 3, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] Each 16 p. il. large 8° 

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SERVICE, Library of Congress 

14192 Digest of public general bills, with index. * Paper, $6.50 per session of 

Congress, $2.00 additional for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in 
price. • Item 807 

L. C. card 36-26093 LC 14.6 : ( Cong.sess.& no.) 

83d Congress, 1st session, Jan. to Jan. -May 1953 ; no. 1-5. [1953.1 various 
paging, 4° 

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14193 Government Publications 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

14193 Cataloging service. (Processing Department.) t (free to subscribers to 

the Card Division Service). 

L. C. card 49-23S LC 30.7 : (nos.) 

Mar. 1953 ; bulletin 28. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

14194 East European accessions list. ( [Processing Department.] ) [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $3.00 a yr., $1.00 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 
30c. • Item S14-A 

L. C. card 51-60032 LC 30.12 :(v.nos.& nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953 ; v. 1, no. 14-v. 2, no. 5. [1953.] various paging, 4" 

14195 Information bulletin. [Weekly. Processed.] f 

L. C. card 51-3324 LC1.1S: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953; v. 12, no. 1-26. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

14196 l. q classification, additions and changes. (Subject Cataloging Division.) 

[Quarterly.] * Paper, $1.50 a yr., 50c. additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 40c. • Item 821 

L. C. card 40-31400 LC 26.9/2: (nos.) 

Oct.-Dec. 1952 and Jan.-Mar. 1953 ; list 88 and S9. [1953.] 15 leaves and 19 
leaves. 

14197 Library of Congress catalog, cumulative list of works represented by 

Library of Congress printed cards : Books, authors. [Monthly, cumula- 
tive quarterly and annually.] t Paper, $100.00 a yr. (including 9 
monthly, 3 quarterly cumulative, and annual cumulative issues), $65.00 
a yr. (annual cumulation), $60 a yr. (monthly and quarterly issues), 
Card Division. 

L. C. card 47-32682 LC30.8: (date) 

Jan.-May 1953. 1953. various paging, 4° 

14198 Books, subjects. [Quarterly, cumulative annually.] f Paper, $100.00 

a yr., Card Division. 

L. C. card 50-60682 LC 30.8/3: (date) 

Jan.-Mar. 1953. 1953. viii + 421 p. 4° 

14199 Films. [Quarterly, cumulative annually.] t Paper, $7.50 a yr., Card 

Division. 

L. C. card 53-60011 LC 30.8/4: (date) 

Jan.-Mar. 1953. 1953. iv+49 p. 4" 

14200 Monthly checklist of State publications. (Processing Department.) * Pa- 

per, $1.50 a yr., 75c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 15c. 

• Item S16 

L. C. card 10-S924 LC30.9: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 44, no. 2-7. [1953.] [12] +23-205 p. 4» 

14201 Monthly list of Russian accessions. * Paper, $4.25 a yr., $1.25 additional 

for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 817 
L. C. card 48-46562 LC 30.10 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-Mar. 1953; v. 5, no. 10-12. 1953. [14] +1349-1992+ [2] p. 4" 
Apr.-June 1953; v. 6, no. 1-3. 1053. [12] + l-715 + xxxiv+ [3] p. 4° 
Cumulative index, v. 1-3, Apr. 1948-Mar. 1951. 1953. [3] +307 p. 4° 

14202 New serial titles, union list of serials newly received by North American 

libraries, prepared under sponsorship of Joint Committee on Union List 
of Serials. [Monthly, cumulative annually.] t Paper, $40 a yr. 
(monthly issues and annual volume) ; annual volume only, $25, Card 
Division. 

L. C. card 53-60021 LO 1.23/3: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-Mar. to May 1953 ; v. 1, no. 2-3 to 5. 1953. various paging, 4° [February 
and March 1953 issued as one publication.] 

14203 Notes and decisions on application of decimal classification. (Subject 

Cataloging Division, Decimal Classification Section.) [Quarterly.] 

* Paper, 30c. a yr., 10c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 10c. 

• Item S22 

L. C. card 46-43422 LC 26.8/3: (nos.) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953 ; 3d series, no. 5 and 6. [1953.] 2 leaves and 1 p. 

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August 1953 14215 

14204 press releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed.] t LC1.24: (nos.) 

14205 Quarterly journal of current acquisitions. [Published as supplement to 

Annual report of Librarian of Congress.] * Paper, $2.50 a yr., including 
Annual report of Librarian of Congress ; 75c. additional for foreign 
mailing ; single copies vary in price. • Item 788 

L. C. card 44-407S2 LC1.17: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb. and May 1953; v. 10. no. 2 and 3. [1953.] cover titles, p. 61-178, 6 p. of 
pi. large 8° 

14206 Southern Asia, publications in western languages, quarterly accessions list. 

(Division of Orientalia.) [Processed.] t Paper, $2.00 a yr. ; single 
copy, 50c, Card Division. 

L. C. card 52-60012 LC 17.7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Oct. 1952 and Jan. 1953 ; v. 1, no. 4 and v. 2, no. 1. Washington, 1953. iv+168- 
226 p. and vi + 1-40 p. 4" 

14207 Subject headings used in dictionary catalogs of Library of Congress, sup- 

plement. (Subject Cataloging Division.) [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a 
yr.. 75c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item 823 
L. C. card 49-45682 LC 26.7 : 5/supp.- ( nos. ) 

Jan. 1950-Dec. 1952. [1953.] [2] +316 p. [To be used with 5th edition and 

the cumulative supplement July 1947-Dec. 1949.] 
Jan. to Jan.-May 1953. [1953.] various paging. [To be used with 5th edition 
and the cumulative supplements July 1947-Dec. 1949 and Jan. 1950-Dec. 
1952.] 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14208 Medical news letter. (NavMed 369.) [Biweekly. Processed.] t 

D 206.7: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 9-June 26, 1953; v. 21, no. 1-12. [1953.] Each 40 p. or 32 p. 4° 
Index, v. 21, no. 1-12, Jan. 9-June 26, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4" 

14209 Statistics of Navy medicine, monthly highlights of trends and facts ; [pre- 

pared by Medical Statistivs Division]. (NavMed P-5028.) t 

D 206.15: (v.nos.&nos.) 
June 1953 ; v. 9, no. 6. [1953.] cover title, 40 p. il. 4° 

MIXES BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

Note. — Processed publications having free distribution, are available only from 
Mines Bureau, Pittsburgh, Pa 

14210 Aluminum scrap and secondary ingot, secondary aluminum monthly report. 

(Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 1 28.71/3: (nos.) 

Sept. 1952-Mar. 1953 : no. 9-15. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4° 

14211 Annual area report, advance summary. [1953.] various paging, 4" [Proc- 

essed.] t 128.94: (nos.) 

14212 Antimony, monthly report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.95: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 23-2S. [1953.] Each 5 p. or 6 p. 4° 

14213 Bauxite, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.80: (nos.) 
4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953 : no. 28 and 29. [1953.] Each [2] p. 4° 

14214 Chromite, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

128.84: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 34-39. [1953.] Each 4 p. or 6 p. 4° 

14215 Coal-mine fatalities. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed.] t 

L. C. card 32-26951 128.10/2: (nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953; CMF no. 259-CMF no. 263. [1953.] various paging, il. 4" 
[CMF no. 261 includes 1st quarterly summary for 1953.] 

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14216 Government Publications 

H216 Coal-mine injuries. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t 128.89: (nos.) 
Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953; C. M. I. no. 58-C. M. I. no. 63. [1953.] various paging, 
U. 4° [C. M. I. no. GO includes annual summary for 1952.] 

14217 Cobalt, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

128.76: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953; no. 44—49. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Number 45 
includes summary for 1952.] 

14218 Coke and coal chemicals, monthly coke report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] f 128.30: (nos.) 

Feb. 9-July 1, 1953 ; no. MCE 299-MCR 304. [1953.] Each 4 p. or 8 p. il. 4° 
[Supplement to no. 299 was also issued.] 

14219 Copper, monthly copper report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] f 128.59/2: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 12-16. [1953.] Each 10 p. or 11 p. 4° 

14220 Copper scrap consumers report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. 

Processed.] t 128.79: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; nos. 89-94. [1952-53.] Each 4 p. or 5 p. 4° [December 
1952 report includes preliminary totals for 1952.] 

14221 Copper sulfate, monthly reports. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] f 128.93: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953 ; no. 24-29. [1953.] Each 2 p. 4° [Report 25 includes 
summary for 1952.] 

14222 Crude petroleum and petroleum products, monthly statement. (Mineral 

industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 1 28.18/2 :( nos. ) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953; no. 358-364. [1953.] various paging, 4» [Number 360 
is final summary for 1951.] 

14223 Ferrosilicon, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.75: (nos.) 
4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953; no. 32 and 33. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14224 Flourspar, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly, Processed.] t 

128.70: (nos.) 
Nov. and Dec. 1952 ; no. 72 and 73. [1953.] Each 5 p. 4° 

14225 Forecast of market demand (consumption) for crude oil, monthly petroleum 

forecast. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t I2S.41: (nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953 ; no. 211-216. [1953.] Each 3 p. 4° 

14226 Gypsum and gypsum products, quarterly report. (Mineral industry sur- 

veys.) [Processed.] t 1 28.32: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953 ; no. QGR 92 and QGR 93. [1953.] 4 p. il. 
and [3] p. il. 4° [Number 92 includes annual summary, 1952.] 

14227 International coal trade. [Processed. Monthly inventory of information 

from U. S. Government foreign service offices and other sources that may 
not otherwise be made available promptly.] t 

L. C. card 51-31356 128.42: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Nov. 1952^Apr. 1953 ; v. 21, no. 11-v. 22, no. 4. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

14228 International petroleum trade. [Processed. Monthly inventory of infor- 

mation from U. S. Government foreign service offices and other sources 
that may not otherwise be made available promptly.] t 

128.43: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-May 1953 ; v. 22, no. 1-5. [1953.] [19] + 1-62 p. 4° 

14229 iron ore, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

128.66: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 118-123. [1953.] Each 5 p. 4» 

14230 Lead consumption, monthly report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] t 128.87: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 59-64. [1953.] Each 4 p. or 5 p. 4° [Number 60 
Includes preliminary annual review for 1952.] 

14231 Manganese report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] 



Oct. 1952-Mar. 1953 ; no. 80-85. [1953.] various paging 
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128.54: (nos.) 



August 1953 14246 

14232 Mercury, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.55: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953 ; no. 105 and 10G. [1953.] 4 p. and 3 p. 4" 
[Number 105 includes summary for 1952.] 

14233 Mine production of gold in United States, monthly report. (Mineral indus- 

try surveys.) [Processed.] t I 28.61 : (nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953; no. 105-109. [1953.] Eaeli 2 p. 4" [Mineral market report 
2136 replaced Nov. and Dec. 1952 reports 103 and li:l.] 

14234 Mine production of lead in United States, monthly report. (Mineral indus- 

try surveys.) [Processed.] t I 28.60: (nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953: no. 140-144. [1953.] Each 3 p. or 2 p. 4» [Mineral market 
report 2142 replaced Nov. and Dec. 1952 reports 138 and 139.] 

14235 Mine production of silver in United States, monthly report. (Mineral indus- 

try surveys.) [Processed.] t 1 28.62: (nos.) 

Jan.-May 1953 ; no. 105-109. [1953.] Each 2 p. 4° [Mineral market report 2137 
replaced Nov. and Dec. 1952 reports 103 and 104.] 

14236 Mine production of zinc in United States, monthly report. (Mineral indus- 

try surveys. ) [Processed.] f I 2S.57 : (nos. ) 

Jan.-May 1953; no. 143-147. [1953.] Each 2 p. 4° [Mineral market report 
2141 replaced Nov. and Dec. 1952 reports 141 and 142.) 

14237 Mineral market reports I. S. P. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. 

Processed.] t 128.53/2: (nos.) 

[Nov. 1952-May 1953] ; no. 21-27. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14238 Mineral trade notes ; compiled in Minerals Division by Florence E. Harris 

and Mary E. Trought. [Processed. Monthly inventory of information 
from U. S. Government foreign service offices and other sources that may 
not otherwise be made available promptly.] t 

L. C. card 36-22755 I 2S.39: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Nov. 1952-June 1953; v. 35, no. 5-v. 36, no. 6. [1953.] cover titles, various 
paging, 4° [Volume 35, no. 6 includes index Jan.-Dec. 1952.] 

14239 Molybdenum, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly, formerly 

issued quarterly. Processed.] t 128.58/2: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1952-May 1953; no. 36-41. [1953.] Each 2 p. 4» 

14240 Monthly carbon black report; carbon black. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] t 128.88: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953 ; CB-65 to CB-70. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4" 

14241 Native and recovered elemental sulfur, mineral market report. (Mineral 

industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 1 28.63: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953; S-115 to S-120. [1953.] Each 1 p. or 2 p. 4" [Number 
116 includes summary for 1952.] 

14242 Natural gas, quarterly natural gas report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] t 1 28.98: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1952 ; no. 7. [1953.] [2] p. 4" 

14243 Natural gasoline and allied products, monthly report. (Mineral industry 

surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.47: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953; NGR-216 to NGR-220. [1953.] Each 3 p. or 2 p. 4» 

14244 New publications, Bureau of Mines, monthly list, t • Item 642 

128.5/2: (nos.) 
Jan.-May 1953 ; no. 453-457. [1953.] Each 3 p. or 4 p. 

14245 Mckel, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 

128.92: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 23-28. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

14246 Platinum-group metals, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] t 128.77: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953 ; no. 35 and 36. [1953.] 4 p. and 5 p. 4° 

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14247 Government Publications 

14247 Portland cement, production, shipment, and stocks, monthly report. (Min- 
eral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.29: (nos.) 
Dec. 1952-May 1903 ; CP 379-CP 384. [1953.] Each 4 leaves, 11. f» 

1424S supplement A, distribution, fuel consumption, and capacity data, 

monthly report (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.29: (nos.)/supp.A 
Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; CP 379 supp. A to CP 383 supp. A. [1953.] 5 leaves or 
6 leaves, il. f° 

14249 Preliminary estimates of production of Pennsylvania anthracite and of 

beehive coke, monthly preliminary estimates anthracite and beehive coke. 
(Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 1 28.50 : (date) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; no. PCC 1-53 to PCC 6-53. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14250 Primary aluminum, monthly report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] t 128.85: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953 ; no. 72-77. [1953.] Each [3] p. or [2] p. 4° 

14251 Secondary lead, lead scrap consumers report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] t 1 28.67: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 107-112. [1903.] various paging, 4° [Number 108 
includes preliminary annual review for 1952.] 

14252 Secondard zinc, zinc scrap consumers report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] t 128.68: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 107-112. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 8 p. 4« [Number 
108 includes preliminary 1952 totals.] 

14253 Tin, monthly tin report. (Mineral industry surveys. ) [Processed.] t 

128.96: (nos.) 
Nov. 1952-May 1953; no. 23-29. [1953.] Each 5 p. 4° [Mineral market re- 
port 2153 replaced Dec. 1952 report no. 24.] 

14254 Tungsten, report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

128.73: (nos.) 
4th quarter 1952 and 1st quarter 1953 ; no. 36 and 37. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4» 

14255 Weekly anthracite and beehive coke report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 

[Processed.] t 

L. C. card 4S-43420 1 28.49 : (nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 26, 1953; WACR 808-WACR S33. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

14256 Weekly coal report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proposed.] t 

L. C. card Ca 29-803 1 28.33 : (nos. ) 

Jan. 2-June 26, 1953 ; W. C. R. 1842-W. C. R. 1867. [1953.] various paging, 
il. 4° 

14257 Weekly crude oil stock report. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Proc- 

essed.] f 128.46: (nos.) 

Jan. 2-June 25, 1953 ; no. 1002-27. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14258 World petroleum statistics. (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 

I2S.91: (nos.) 
July (and Aug. preliminary) 1952-Jan. (and Feb. preliminary) 1953; WPS no. 
45-WPS no. 51. [1953.] Each 1-44-2-4 p. 4° 

14209 World retail prices and taxes on gasoline, kerosine, and motor lubricating 
oils. [Processed. Quarterly inventory of information from TJ. S. Gov- 
ernment offices and other sources that may not otherwise be made avail- 
able promptly.] t 128.44: (v.nos.& nos.) 
Dec. 1952 ; v. 21, no. 4. [1953.] [2] leaves 4- 50-61 p. 4° 
Mar. and June 1053 ; v. 22, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] [7] +1-29 d. 4° 

14260 zinc consumption, monthly zinc report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 
[Processed.] t 128.69: (nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 107-112. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

14201 zinc oxide production, monthly report. (Mineral industry surveys.) 
[Processed.] t I2S.90: (nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 45-49. [1953.] Each 2 p. 4° 

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August 1953 14273 

MUNITIONS BOARD, Defense Dept. 

14262 [Industrial security cartoons.] [1953.] Each 1 p. various sizes. (Office 

of Industrial Security. ) [Monthly.] t (limited distribution, past issues 
not available). D 3.11/3: 

14263 [Industrial security statements]. [1953.] Eachlp.il. (Office of Indus- 

trial Security.) [Monthly.] t (limited distribution, past issues not 
available). D 3.11/2: 

MUTUAL SECURITY AGENCY, President of United States 

14264 Contact clearing house service, western European firms seek U. S. industrial 

know-how or capital. (Office of Small Business, M/L Group 23.) [Some 
titles read : Contact clearing house service, western European firms offer 
industrial know how to U. S. concerns.] i" Pr 33.916 : (nos.) 

Jan. 2-June 24, 1953; CCHS summary 03-1 to 53-18. [1953.] various pag- 
ing, 4» 

14265 European program, local currency counterpart funds ; [prepared by] Divi- 

sion of Statistics and Reports. [Monthly. Processed.] f 
L. C. card 49-46588 Pr 33.911 : ( date ) 

Nov. 30, 1952-Apr. 30, 1953. [Jan. 16-June 17, 1953.] cover titles, various 
paging, 11. 4" 

14266 far East program, local currency counterpart funds ; [prepared by] Divi- 

sion of Statistics and Reports. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

Pr 33.911/2: (date) 

Jan. 31-Apr. 30, 1953. [.Mar. 20-June 17, 1953.] cover titles, iv + 11 p. or iv-t- 
12 p. 11. 4» 

14267 Monthly report of Mutual Security Agency to Public Advisory Board, 

mutual security program ; prepared by Division of Statistics and Reports. 
[Processed. Text and illustrations on covers.] t 

L. C. card 52-60440 Pr 33.910 : (date) 

Nov. 30, 1952-Mar. 31, 1953. [Jan. 27-June 5, 1953.] various paging, oblong 8° 
[None issued for Jan. 31 and Feb. 28, 1953.] 

14268 Paid shipments. (Division of Statistics and Reports.) [Monthly. Proc- 

essed.] t Pr 33.909: (date) 

Dec. 31, 1952-May 31, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, oblong 8° 

14269 Procurement authorizations and allotments, data; [prepared by] Division 

of Statistics and Reports. [Monthly. Processed.] f 
L. C. card 53-28011 Pr 33.90S : (date) 

Dec. 31, 1952-May 31, 1953. [Feb. 11-June £5, 1953.] cover titles, each lii+ 
31 p. oblong 8° 

14270 Trans-Atlantic, from Office of Labor Advisors, MSA labor news letter. 

[Bimonthly.] t Pr 33.915: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Jan. 1903 to Apr.-JIay 1953 ; v. 5, no. 3-4 to 7-8. n. p. [1953]. Each 
23 p. il. or [l]+23 p. il. 

14271 Weekly summary of export opportunities for small business, weekly sum- 

mary. (Office of Small Business.) f Pr 33.917: (nos.) 
Jan. 7-Apr. 8, 1953 ; no. 53-1 to 53-14. [1953.] various paging. 4° 
continued with title, Small business, weekly summary, trade oppor- 
tunities and information for American suppliers, MSA/OSB weekly 
summary. (Office of Small Business.) t 
Apr. 15-June 24, 1953 ; no. 53-15 to 53-25. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

14272 Research abstracts. [Processed.] t Y3.N21/5: 14/(nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 12, 1953; no. 35-44. [NACA-Langley, Jan. 5-June 12, 1953.] 
various paging, 4° 

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, Commerce Dept. 

14273 Basic radio propagation predictions, 3 months in advance, CRPL series D. 

[Monthly.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 25c additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 10c. • Item 240 

L. C. card 46-27594 C 13.31 : (nos.) 

May-Oct. 1953, no. 102-107. Feb. — July 1953. Each [16] p. il. 4° 

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14274 Government Publications 

14274 ionospheric data. (Central Radio Propagation Laboratory.) [Monthly. 

Processed.] t 

L. C. card 51-60576 C 13.33 : (nos.) 

Jan.-June 1933 ; CRPD-F101 to CRPL-F106. [Jan. 26-June 24, 1953.] cover 
titles, various paging, il. 4° 

14275 Journal of research of National Bureau of Standards. [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $5.50 a yr., $1.25 additional for foreign mailing ; single copies 
vary in price. • Item 246 

L. C. card 2S-26613 G 13.22 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan.-May 1953 ; v. 50, no. 1-5. [1953.] cover titles, p. 1-297, il. 4° [Includes 
Research papers 2380-2418.] 

Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

14276 Announcement of new publication TRA (series). C 13.36/2 : (nos.) 

14277 [Releases relating to personnel] TRP (series). C 13.36/3 : (nos.) 

14278 Technical news bulletin. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 35c. additional 

for foreign mailing ; single copy, 10c. • Item 250 

L. C. card 25-26527 C 13.13 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 37, no. 2-7. [1953.] p. 17-112, il. 4° 

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established 
as an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 
83d Cong. 1st sess. ) Public law 13, 83d Cong., 1st sess., approved April 1, 1953, 
provided that the Plan takes effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

15279 Cancer control letter. (National Cancer Institute.) J FS 2.22/3: (nos.) 
June 1, 1953 ; no. 64 [1953.] 4 p. 11 4° 

14280 Journal of National Cancer Institute. [Bimonthly.] * Paper, $9.50 a yr., 

$1.75 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, $1.75. • Item 488 
L. C. card 40-29172 FS 2.31 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-June 1953; v. 13, no. 4-6. [1953.] cover titles, p. 773-1528, il. [June 
issue includes index of authors and subjects for v. 13.] 

14281 National mental health program progress report. (National Institute of 

Mental Health.) [Monthly.] t FS 2.65 : (date) 

Jan.-July 1953. [1953.] Each 4 p. 4» 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 

14282 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° or f° [Issued irregularly. Proc- 

essed.] t LR1.15: 

14283 Weekly summary of N. L. R. B. cases, W (series). [1953.] various 

paging, f° [Processed.] f LR 1.15/2: (W-nos.) 

NATIONAL OFFICE OF VITAL STATISTICS, Health, Education, and 
Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong., 1st sess.). Public law 13, S3d Cong., 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, pro- 
vided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. II, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14284 Monthly vital statistics report, t FS 2.116: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953; v. 1, no. 12-v. 2, no. 4. Feb. 17-June 17, 1953. Each 
8 p. il. 4° [An annual summary for 1952 in two parts was also issued.] 

14285 Morbidity and mortality weekly report, t FS 2.107/2: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 3-.Tune 27, 1953 ; v. 1, no. 53-v. 2, no. 25. Jan. 9-July 3, 1953. Each 
p. 11. 4° 

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14286 vital statistics, special reports, national summaries. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 36-26592 FS 2.109 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb. 16-June 15, 1953 ; v. 37, no. 6-9. [1953.] p. 148-243, 11. 4° [Errata 
to v. 37, no. 5, Dec. 16, 1952, 3 leaves, also was issued.] 

14287 selected studies. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 36-26592 FS 2.109: (v.nos.&nos.) 

June 30, 1953 ; v. 33, no. 15. [1953.] p. [255-263. [Title of v. 33, no. 15 reads : 
Vital statistics, special reports, national summaries.] 

NATIONAL PRODUCTION AUTHORITY, Commerce Dept. 

1428S CMP regulations. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Issued irregu- 
larly. Revocations, directions, and errata to certain regulations issued. 
Also published in Federal register.] f C 40.6/5: (nos.) 

14289 Designation of scarce materials. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued 

irregularly. Also published in Federal register.] t C 40.6/6: (nos.) 

14290 DMS [Defense materials system] regulations. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

[Issued irregularly. Also published in Federal register.] f 

C 40.6/9: (nos.) 

14291 industry report : Construction and building materials. [Monthly.] * Pa- 

per, $2.50 a yr., $1.00 additional for foreign mailing. • Item 219 

C 40.10: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 9, no. 1—6. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

14292 Containers ami packaging. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 60c. a yr., 20c. 

additional for foreign mailing. • Item 220 C 40.12: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Spring and summer 1953 ; v. 6, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] 48 p. il. and 40 p. il. 4° 

14293 Pulp, paper and board. ( [Chemical Rubber and Forest Products 

Bureau.]) [Quarterly.] * Paper, 75c. a yr., 25c. additional for foreign 
mailing. »Item223 C 40.11 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Mar. and June 1953 ; v. 9, no. 1 and 2. [1953.] 54 p. il. and 24 p. il. 4° 

14294 npa production series, quarterly indexes of shipments for products of 

metalworkin^ industries. (5-D-2; [Products Analysis Division, Policy 
Coordination Bureau.] ) [Processed.] t C 40.15: (nos.) 

4th quarter 1950-3d quarter 1952 and 4th quarter 1950— 4th quarter 1952. [1953.] 
cover titles, each ii + 19 p. 11. 4° 

14295 JS'PA regulatory material and forms, digest. [Monthly, with weekly sup- 

plements in intervening weeks.] * Paper, $1.50 a yr. (including weekly 
supplement), 50c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item 250-B 

C 40.6/8: (date) 
Jan. 30-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14296 Supplement. [Weekly.] Included in price of subscription to NPA 

regulatory material and forms. • Item 250-B C 40.6/8: (date/supp.) 
Jan. 23-June 19, 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. or 1 p. oblong 8° 

14297 Releases. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Issued irregularly. 

Processed. Designated NPA- (nos.).] t Printing Services Division, 
Commerce Dept. C40.S:(nos.) 

Note. — Releases contain information regarding activities, orders, delegation of 
authority, etc., of National Production Authority. 

14298 United States consumption of rubber. (Chemical and Rubber Division.) 

[Processed.] f C 40.14: (date) 

[1941 through preliminary Dee. 1952-May 1953.] [Jan. 26-June 24, 1953.] Each 
[13] leaves, il. 4° 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

14299 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

NS1.7: (date) 

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14300 Government Publications 

NAVAL PERSONNEL BUREAU, Defense Dept. 

14300 All hands, Bureau of Naval Personnel information bulletin. (NAVPERS- 

O.) [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.25 a yr., 75c. additional for foreign mail- 
ing ; single copy, 20c. • Item 401 

L. C. card 43-37008 D 208.3 : (nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; [no. 432-437]. [1953.] cover titles, each 64 p. il. 

14301 Naval reservist, news of interest to naval reservist. (NavPers 15653.) 

[Monthly.] f D 208.10: (date) 

Feb.-July 1953. [1953.] Each 8 p. il. 4° 

H302 Naval training bulletin. (NavPers 14900.) [Monthly.] * Paper, $3.00 a 
yr., 50c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 25c. • Item 402 

D 208.7: (date) 
Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

NAVAL RESEARCH OFFICE, Defense Dept. 

14303 Research reviews. [Monthly.] i D 210.11: (date) 

.Tune and July 1953. [1953.] cover titles, each ii+ 30 p. il. 

PATENT OFFICE, Commerce Dept. 

14304 Official gazette, Patent Office [containing patents, trade-marks and designs 

issued]. [Weekly, the volumes appearing monthly. Text on p. 2 of 
covers.] * Paper, $30.00 a yr., $S.50 additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 75c. • Item 260 

L. C. card 4-1S256 C21.5: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 6-June 30, 1953; v. 666, no. 1-v. 671, no. 5. [1953.] various paging, il. 
large 8° 

14305 [separates]. [Weekly.] 

Classification of patents, t 

L. C. card 8-16238 C 21.5/a : (v.nos.& nos.) 

14306 [Decision in patent and trade-mark cases, etc.] [The last issue of each month 

includes Bulletin of decisions of Patent Office on trade-marks rendered during 
the preceding month.] * Paper, $3.75 a yr., $1.75 additional for foreign 
mailing ; single copy, 10c. 
L. C. card 23-7315 C 21.5/a2 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

14307 List of trade-mark applicants published for opposition [list of registrants. 

trade-marks registered, patentees, inventions, etc.]. t Paper. $S.OO a yr., $2.00 
additional for foreign mailing; single copy. 20c. C 21.5/a 4 : (v. nos. & nos.) 

14305 Trade marks [etc.]. * Paper, $19.00 a yr., $2.25 additional for foreign mailing: 

single copy, 45c. C 21.5/a 3 : (v.nos.&nos. ) 

14309 [title page, contents, etc.]. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, in- 
cluded in price of subscription to Official gazette. • Item 260 

L. C. card 4-18256 C 21.5 : (v.nos.)/t.p.& cont. 

Jan.-May 1953 ; v. 666-670. 1953. Each 2 leaves, large 8° 

PLANT INDUSTRY, SOILS, AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 
BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

Note. — Processed publications, having free distribution, are available only from 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 

14310 Bibliography of weed investigations ; prepared by Division of Weed Inves- 

tigations. [Quarterly.] f A 77.521: (date) 

Jan.-Mar. and Apr.-Sept. 1952. [W. P. Humphrey Press Inc., Geneva, N. Y., 

1953.] 25 p. and 36 p. [Reprinted from Weeds, July 1952 and Jan. 1953; 

v. 1, no. 4 and v. 2, no. 1. April-September 1953 issued as one publication.] 

14311 Plant disease reporter, issued by Plant Disease Survey, Division of Mycol- 

ogy and Disease Survey. [Monthly. Processed.] | 
L C. card 47-36524 A 77.511: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 15-July 15, 1953 ; v. 37, no. 1-7. 11953.] p. 1-413, il. 4° 

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post office department 

14312 inserts [Amendments] to Postal laws and regulations (1948 edition). 

[Reprinted from Quarterly supplements to Official postal guide.] ♦Pa- 
per, $1.00 a yr. 35c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item S38 

P 1.11/2: (date & nos.) 
Nos. 559-578 and 620; Oct. 3, 1952-Peb. 20, 1953 and Apr. 13, 1953. [1953.] 
8 leaves and 23 p. 

14313 p os t Office manual changes, 1952 edition. [Quarterly.] * Paper, $1.00 for 

an indefinite period; 25c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item 837-A 

P 1.12 : P 84/952/ch. (nos.) 
Jan. and Apr. 1953; issue no. 2 and 3, changes [51-] 156. [1953.] 14 leaves 
and 17 leaves. 

14314 Postal bulletin. [Published Tuesday and Thursday, except legal holidays.] 

* Paper, $2.00 a jr., $1.50 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 5c. 
L. C. card 6-5810 P 1.3 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 6-June 30, 1953 ; v. 74, no. 19600-649. [1953.] various paging, f° 

14315 Quarterly supplement to pts. 1 and 2 : United States official postal guide, 

6th series. [Some of the pages are printed on one side only.] * Paper 
(7 quarterly numbers, Oct. 1951-Apr. 1953 inch), $1.25; 35c. additional 
for foreign mailings ; single copy, 20c. • Item 839 
L. C. card 4-18254 P 1.10: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. and Apr. 1953; v. 4, no. 7 and 8. [1953.] [2] + S4 + [2] and [2] +76 + 
[2] p. 

PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES 

14316 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° or narrow f° [Issued irregularly. 

Processed.] t Pr34.7: 

PRICE STABILIZATION OFFICE, Economic Stabilization Agency 

Orders and regulations. [1953.] varionus paging, various sizes. [Issued 
irregularly. Also published in Federal register.] \ 

14317 Ceiling price regulations. ES 3.6/5 : (nos.) 

14318 General ceiling price regulations. FS 3.6/4 : (nos.) 

14319 General overriding regulations. ES 3.6/9 : (nos.) 

Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly.] t 

14320 [General press releases] GPR (series). ES 3.7/1 : (nos.) 

14321 [Releases relating to orders] O (series). ES 3.7/3 : (nos.) 

14322 Summary of orders. [Weekly.] f ES 3.6/10: (nos.) 

Nov. 22-28 to Jan. 24-30 and Mar. 7-16 ; no. 92-100, 106. [1953.] various pag- 
ing, 4° 

PRISONS BUREAU, Justice Dept. 

14323 Atlantian. t U. S. Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. 

L. C. card 41-33454 J 16.13 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Spring 1953 ; [v. 12, no. 1]. n. p. [1953]. cover title, 48 p. ii. 4° 

14324 Border sentinel [El centinela fronterizo]. [Monthly. Processed. English 

and Spanish.] t Federal Correctional Institution, La Tuna, Tex. 

J 16.17: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-Feb. to Apr.-May 1953 ; v. 7, no. 6-7 to 9-10. [1953.] cover titles, each 
[2] + 14+[l] + 14 p. il. or [2] +14+ [1] +12 p. il. 4» [Sometimes one publi- 
cation covers 2 months.] 

14325 Eagle. [Processed.] t Federal Reformatory for Women, Alderson, W. Va. 

J 16.18: (v.nos.&nos.) 
[Spring 1953 ; v. 20, no. 1.] [1953.] cover title, 38 p., il. 4° 

14326 Island lantern. [Monthly. Processed.] t U. S. Pentitentiary, McNeil Is- 

land, Wash. 

L. C. card 46-3S149 J 16.20 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953 ; [v. 15, no. 1-6.] [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

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14327 Government Publications 

14327 National prisoner statistics. [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

J 16.23: (nos.) 
Apr. 1053; no. S. [1033.] [C] p. 4° 

14328 New era. [Quarterly.] f U. S. Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. 

J 16.11: (v.nos.&nos.) 

[Spring and special issue 1953 ; v. 8, no. 3 and 4.] [Federal Prison Industries, 

Inc., Press, Leavenworth, Kans., 1053.] cover titles, 56 p. il. and 48 p. il. 4« 

PRODUCTION AND MARKETING ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

14329 Carlot unloads of fruits and vegetables by commodities, including truck 

receipts reduced to carlot equivalents. [Monthly. Processed.] t 

L. C. card Agr 25-292 A 82.46 : (date) 

Jan.— June 1953. [1053.] various paging, narrow f° 

14330 Cold storage report. (Transportation and Warehousing Branch.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] f A 82.15: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; v. 38, no. 1-G. [1953.] Each [2] + 19 p. 11. or [2] +18 p. II. 4» 

14331 Commercial grain stocks reports. (Grain Branch.) [Weekly. Proc- 

essed.] t A 82.31 : (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953; v. 28, no. 1-26. [1953.] Each 1 p. narrow f° 

14332 Cotton price statistics. (Cotton Branch.) [Monthly. Processed.] t Pro- 
duction and Marketing Administration, Memphis, Tenn. 

A 82.13: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-June 1953 ; v. 34, no. 6-11. [1953.] Each 24 p. or 26 p. 4° 

14333 Feed market summary. (Grain Branch.) [Quarterly. Processed.] t 

A 82.35: (date) 
Feb and May 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. narrow f° 

14334 Grain market news and statistical report. (Grain Branch.) [Weekly. 

Processed.] f A 82.71: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb. 6-June 26, 1953 ; v. 1, no. 5-25. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14335 Market news, market reviews and statistics ; issued [by] Livestock Branch. 

[Weekly. Processed.] t A S2.7: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 3-June 27, 1953 ; v. 21, no. 1-26. Jan. 6-June 30, 1953. p. 1-518, 4° 

14330 Marketing activities. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.75 a yr., 50c. additional for 
foreign mailing ; single copy, 15e. • Item 107-A A 82.17 : (v. nos.& nos.) 
Jan.-June 1953 ; [v. 16, no. 1-6]. [1953.] Each 20 p. il. or 19 p. il. 4° 

14337 Monthly domestic dairy markets review. (Dairy and Poultry Market News 

Service.) [Processed.] t A 82.38: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. Feb. 4-July 6, 1953. Each 2 p. 4° 

14338 Statistical supplement. (Dairy and Poultry Market News Service.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] t A 82.38/2: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. Feb. 9-July 13, 1953. Each 2 p. 4" 

14339 Monthly egg and poultry markets review. (Dairy and Poultry Market 

Newsservice.) [Processed.] t A 82.39 : (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. Feb. 4-July 2, 1953. Each 2 p. 4" 

14340 Statistical supplement. (Dairy and Poultry Market News Service.) 

[Monthly. Processed.] t A 82.39/2 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-June 1953. Jan. 13-July 13, 1953. Each 2 p. 4° 

14341 Notices of judgment under Federal insecticide, fungicide, and rodenticide 

act. (Livestock Branch.) f • Item 109 A S2.56: (nos.) 

No. 77-133 and 134-109. Jan. and Apr. 1953. p. 30-10S. 

14342 p. and S. docket, monthly report of action taken on cases arising under 

Packers and stockyards act. (Livestock Branch.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t AS2.14: (date) 
Dec. 1952-Apr. 1953. [1952-53.] various paging, 4° 

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14343 Receipts and disposition of livestock at 65 public markets. (Livestock 

Branch.) [Monthly. Processed.] t A 82.41 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. Washington, D. C. [Jan. 30-June 19, 1953]. Each 9 p. 
or 8 p. narrow f° [A summary for calendar year 1952 was also issued.] 

Releases and preliminary statistics. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. 
[Printed and processed.] f 

14344 Alfalfa meal production. [Monthly.] A 82.59/2 : (date) 

14345 Brewers' dried grain production. [Monthly.] A 82.59/3 : (date) 

14346 DFO [Defense food orders]. [Issued irregularis'. Also published in Federal 

register.] A 82.64 : (nos. ) 

14347 Distillers' dried grain production. [Monthly.] A 82.59/4 : (date) 

14348 [.Miscellaneous releases.] [Issued irregularly.] A 82.57 : (date) 

14349 Primary sugar distribution for week. A 82.72 : (date) 

14350 Purchase reports. [Issued irregularly.] A 82.60 : (date) 

14351 S. D. [Sugar determination]. [Issued irregularly. Also published in Federal 

register.] A 82.19 : (nos.) 

14352 S. R. [Sugar requirements]. [Issued irregularly. Also published in Federal 

register.] A 82.6/2 : (nos.) 

14353 Sales reports. [Issued irregularly.] A 82.61 : (date) 

14354 Spot cotton quotations, designated markets. [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays, and 

holidays.] t Production and Marketing Administration, Memphis, Tenn. 

A 82.73 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

14355 Rice, stocks and movement, California mills. (Grain Branch.) [Monthly. 

Processed.] t A 82.49: (date) 

[Jan.-June 1953]. Feb.-July 1953. Each 2 p. 4° 

14356 southern mills. (Grain Branch.) [Monthly. Processed. Discon- 
tinued with issue of July 1952.] t A 82.50 : (date) 
[July 1952.] August 1952. [2] p. 4» 

14357 Semi-monthly honey report. [Processed.] t A 82.12: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 2-June 15, 1953 ; v. 37, no. 1-12. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14358 Sugar reports. (Sugar Branch.) [Processed.] t A82.47: (nos.) 

[Mar.] and May 1953; no. 18 and 19. [1953.] 26 p. and 27 p. il. 4° 

14359 Tobacco stocks report. [Quarterly. Processed.] t A 82.11 : (date) 

Jan. 1 and Apr. 1, 1953. Feb. 13 and May 19, 1953. Each [2] 4-14 p. 4° 

14360 Unfinished cotton cloth prices, cotton prices, and mill margins. (Cotton 

Branch.) [Monthly. Processed. Issued in preliminary and revised 
series.] t Production and Marketing Administration, Memphis, Tenn. 

A 82.51: (date) 
Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

14361 United States cotton quality report for ginnings. (Cotton Branch.) 

[Processed.] t A 82.28: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan. 16, 1953 ; v. 26, no. 11. Jan. 23, 1953. 7 p. 4" 

1952 crop ; v. 26, no. 12. Mar. 20, 1953. 10 p. 4° [Title reads : United 
States quality report for ginnings.] 

14362 USDA meat production report. [Processed.] t A 82.54 : (date) 

Jan. 3-June 27 [1953]. Jan. 6-June 30, 1953. Each 2 leaves, 4° 

14363 Weekly cotton linters review. (Cotton Branch.) [Processed.] t 

A 82.8: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 8-June 25, [1953.] ; v. 23, no. 24-48. Jan. 8-June 25, 1953. Each [2] p. 4» 

14364 Weekly cotton market review. (Cotton Branch.) [Processed.] t 

A 82.9: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 8-June 25, [1953] ; v. 34, no. 24-48. Jan. 9-June 26, 1953. Each [2] p. 4° 

14365 Weekly feed market review. (Grain Branch.) [Processed.] t 

A 82.32: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 7-June 24, 1953 ; v. 36, no. 1-25. [1953.] Each 2 p. narrow f° 

14360 Weekly molasses market report. (Sugar Branch.) [Processed.] f 

A 82.62: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. 7-June 24, 1953 ; v. 3, no. 28-52. [1953.] Each [2] p. narrow f° 

14367 Weekly peanut report. [Processed.] t A 82.10: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 7-June 24, 1953 ; v. 35, no. 1-25. [1953.] various paging, f° 

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14368 Government Publications 

143G8 Weekly rice market review. (Grain Branch.) [Processed.] t 

A 82.33: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan. G-June 30, 1953 ; v. 20, no. 1-20. [1953.] Each 2 p. narrow f° 

14369 Weekly summary of F. O. B. prices of fresh fruits and vegetables in repre- 

sentative shipping districts, with comparisons. (Fruit and Vegetable 
Branch.) [Processed.] t A 82.53: (date) 

Jan. 3-June 27, 1953. [1953.] Each 3 leaves or 4 leaves, 4<> 

14370 Weekly summary of fruit and vegetable carlot shipments. (Fruit and 

Vegetable Branch.) [Processed.] t A82.45 : (date) 

[Dec. 28, 1952-Jan. 3 to June 28-July 4, 1953.] Jan. 6-July G, 1953. Each 
6 p. f ° 

14371 Weekly summary of wholesale prices of fresh fruits and vegetables at 

New York City and Chicago. (Fruit and Vegetable Branch.) [Proc- 
essed.] t A 82.52: (date) 
Jan. 6-June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each 6 leaves or 5 leaves, 4° 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BUREAU, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Healthy Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong., 1st sess. ). Public law 13. 83d Cong., 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, pro- 
vided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred 
to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14372 Advance release of statistics on public assistance. [1953.] various paging, 

oblong 8° (Division of Program Statistics and Analysis.) [Monthly. 
Processed.] t FS 3.14/2: (date) 

14373 General assistance operations of public agencies in selected large cities. 

(Division of Program Statistics and Analysis.) [Monthly. Proc- 
essed.] t 

L. C. card SS^8-4 FS 3.16 : (date) 

Nov. 1952-Mar. 1953. Jan. 27-May 26, 1953. Each [9] p. or [9] p. 11. 4» 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE, General Services Administration 

14374 Telephone directory, Republic 7-7500 [etc.] ; issued by Buildings Manage- 

ment Division. [Quarterly. Directory includes Federal Security Agency, 
National Labor Relations Board, and various other agencies.] * Paper, 
75c. a yr., 25c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 20c. 

GS6.7: (date) 
Apr. 1953. n. p. [1953]. cover title, iii + 58+ [1] p. 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare was established as 
an executive Department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong., 1st sess.). Public law 13. 83d Cong., 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, pro- 
vided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health. Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14375 [Certified shippers of fresh and frozen oysters, clams, and mussels]. 

[Semimonthly. Processed. Each new list is a complete revision and 
supersedes each previous issue.] t FS 2.16: (date) 

Feb. 1-June 15, 1953. [1953.] various paging, f° 

14376 Hospital Facilities Division report, listing of additional hospitals, health 

centers, and facilities approved for Federal construction funds under 
Hill-Burton program. [Monthly. Processed.] i FS2.74: (date) 

May 31, 1953 since Apr. 1953. [1953.] [3] p. 5 tab. 4° 

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August 1953 14389 

14377 New health and hospital projects authorized for construction under con- 

trolled materials plan. (Division of Civilian Health Requirements.) 
[Monthly. Processed.] ± FS 2.73/2 : (date) 

July 1952-Mar. 1953. 11952-53.] various paging, oblong S" 

14378 Occupational health. [Monthly. Discontinued with July 1953 issue.] 

* Paper, $1.00 a yr., 25c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 10c. 

• Item 487 

L. C. card 53-20609 FS2.45: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; [v. 13, no. 2-7]. [1953.] p. 17-112, 11. 4° 

14379 Public health engineering abstracts. [Monthly.] t • Item 496 

FS2.13: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-Feb. to June 1953 ; v. 33, no. 1-2 to G. [1953.] cover titles, each 32 p. oi 
28 p. 4° [January and February 1953 issued as one publication.] 

14380 Public health reports. [Monthly.] * Paper, $4.25 a yr., 75c. additional 

for foreign mailing; single copies vary in price. • Item 497 
L. C. card 6-25167 FS 2.7 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-July 1953; v. CS, no. 1-7. [1953.] cover titles, [xii] + [16] + 1-736 p. il. 4< 

14381 Special information bulletin. (Division of Civilian Health Requirements.) 

[Processed. Formerly included in Controlled materials plan and health 
facilities, July 1, 1951-June 30, 1952, FS2.2: M41, for which see, January 
1953 Monthly catalog, entry 1383.] ± FS2.73: (nos.) 

No. 1-2, 5-9. [Sept. 8-Dec. 19, 1952.] various paging, 4° [Some of these are 
revised editions.] 

PUBLIC HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, Housing and Home Finance 
Agency 

14382 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] t HH 3.7 : 

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE, Defense Dept. 

Note. — The Office of Public Information is a consolidation of the separate public 
information activities of the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Departments 
of Army, Navy, and Air Force at the seat of government. 

14383 Releases. [1953.] various paging, various sizes. [Processed.] j 

[Addresses] S (series). D 6.7/2 : (date & nos.) 

143S4 [Miscellaneous releases.] D 6.7 : (date & nos. j 

14385 Speakers guide for service spokesmen. [Issued irregularly.] t 

D 6.8 : (v.nos.& nos.) 
[v. 3, no. 3.] [EPC, Apr. 1, 1953.] 16 p. il. 4° 

PUBLIC ROADS BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

14386 Public roads, journal of highway research. [Bimonthly.] * Paper, $1.00 

a yr., 25e. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 20c. • Item 26S 
L. C. card Agr 18-322 C37.S: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Feb.-June 1953 ; v. 27, no. 6-S. [1953.] cover titles, p. 111-186, il. 4° 

14387 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Procesed.] t C 37.14: 

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

14388 Monthly review. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 40-29247 RR 1.7/2 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; v. 14, no. 1-6. Chicago, III. [1953.] cover titles, p. 1-11G, 
il. 4° 

14389 Statistical summary, Kailroad Retirement Board operations. (Office of 

Director of Research. ) [Monthly. Processed.] | RR 1.11 : (date) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. Chicago, 111. [1953]. various paging, il. 4» 

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14390 Government Publications 

RECLAMATION BUREAU, Interior Dept. 

14390 Operation and maintenance equipment and procedures release. [Proc- 

essed.] t 127.41: (nos.) 

Nov.— Dec. 1902 to May-June 1953; no. 1—4. [1953.] cover titles, various pag- 
ing, 11. 4" 

14391 Reclamation era. [Monthly ; quarterly beginning with July 153 issue.] 

* Paper, 50c. a yr., 15c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. 
(beginning with July 1953 issue). • Item 663 

L. C. card 9-35252 I 27.5 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb-July 1953; [v. 39, no. 2-7]. [1953.] [12] +25-1524- [12] p. il. 4° 

14392 Safety record. [Monthly ; quarterly beginning with 1st quarter 1953. 

Processed.] t 127.18: (v.nos.&nos.or date) 

Nov. 1952-Jan. 1953 ; v. 15, no. 11-v. 16, no. 1. [1953.] Each 10 p. il. or 11 p. 

il. 4° 
1st quarter 1953. [1953.] 11 p. il. 4° [The 1st quarter 1953 issue is not given 

volume and individual numbering.] 

RENT STABILIZATION OFFICE, Economic Stabilization Agency 

14393 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

ES5.7: (nos.) 

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

14394 List of materials acceptable for use on systems of REA electrification bor- 

rowers [1952], supplement. (Technical Standards Committees.) 
[Monthly. Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, $2.75 (includes basic 
manual and 11 monthly supplements) ; 65c. additional for foreign mailing. 

• Item 116-A 

L. C. card 52-61393 A 68.6/2 : 952/ ( nos. ) 

Jan.-Mar. 1953; no. 9—11. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

[1953.], supplement. • Item 116-A A 68.6/2: 953/ (nos.) 

May 1953; no. 1. [1953.] [56] p. 4° 

14395 Monthly statistical blulletin. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 68.13: (nos.) 

Sept. 1952-Apr. 1953 ; no. 139-146. [Dec. 11, 1952-June 30, 1953.] Each 6 p. 4° 

14396 Rural electrification news. [Bimonthly. Discontinued with June-July 

1953 issue.] * Paper, 75c. a yr., 25c. additional for foreign mailing; 
single copy, 15c. • Item 117 

L. C. card 37-26406 A 6S.9 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-Mar. to June-July 1953; [v. IS, no. 7-8 to 11-12]. [1953.] Each 24 p. 
il. 4° 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

Note. — Releases of the Commission consist primarily of official ammouncements 
of filings under and notions taken pursuant to the several acts "which it adminis- 
ters and in connection with its participation in cases under chapter X of the 
Bankruptcy act. These include notices of filings, hearings, orders, decisions, 
regulations, and related matters. 

14397 Holding company act of 1935 [series]. SE 1.25/2 : (nos.) 

14398 Investment companv act of 1940 [seriesl. SE 1.25/3 : (nos.) 
1439SA [Miscellaneous releases.] SE 1.25/8 : D (nos.) 

14399 Securities act of 1933 [series]. SE 1.25/4 : (nos.) 

14400 Securities exchange act of 1934 [series]. SE 1.25/5 : (nos.) 

14401 Trust indenture act of 1939 [series]. SE 1.25/7 : (nos.) 

14402 Review of current periodicals, new series. (Library.) [Semimonthly. 

Processed. Distribution is restricted to employees of the Securities and 
Exchange Commission.] J SE 1.23: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 1-May 15, 1953 ; v. S, no. 5-14. [1953.) various paging, 4» 
Supplemental Index of law articles and notes, Nov. 1, 1951-Oct. 15, 1952 ; v 
[1953.] [l]+19p. 4° 

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August 1953 14412 

14403 Securities traded on exchanges under Securities exchange act, quarterly 

supplement. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 41-23651 SE 1.16 : (date/supp.-(nos.) 

Dec. 31, 1052. [1053] 10 p. 4" [Changes during quarter ended Dec. 31, 

1952, and Index to all supplements since base volume as of Dec. 31, 1951.] 
Mar. 31, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. [Changes during quarter ended Mar. 31, 1953.] 

14404 Statistical bulletin. [Monthly.] * Paper, $1.75 a yr., 40c. additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copy, 20c. • Item 908-A 

L. C. card 43-51997 SE1.20: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; [v. 12, no. 1-6]. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4" 

14405 Statistical series [releases]. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Weekly. 

Processed.] t SE 1.25/6: (nos.) 

Note. — Weekly summary showing daily volume of stock transactions for the 
odd-lot account of odd-lot dealers arid specialists and round-lot stock sales on the 
New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange. 

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

14406 Selective service. [Monthly.] t • Item 1077-A 

L. C. card 41-50044 Y 3.Se 4 : 20/ (v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 3, no. 2-7. [1953.] Each 4 p. il. 4° 

14407 [Selective service regulations] packet. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Pa- 

per, $3.00 domestic, $1.00 additional for foreign mailing. • Item 1077 
L. C. card 41-50727 Y 3.Se 4 : 7/951-(nos.) 

No. 37-39 ; Feb. 18-May 12, 1953. [1953.] various paging. 

1440S Transmittal memorandum [transmitting Local board memoranda]. ♦Pa- 
per, $2.00 a yr. • Item 1079 Y 3. Se 4: 13-2/ (nos.) 
No. 58-63; Jan. 30-[May 14,] 1953. [1953.) various paging. 

SHIPS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14409 Bureau of Ships journal. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.25 a yr., 50c. additional 

for foreign mailing ; single copy, 20c. • Item 412-A 

D 211.8: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953 ; [v. 1, no. 10-v. 2, no. 3]. [1953.] cover titles, each 48 p. il. 4° 

SIGNAL CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

14410 MARS bulletin. (Military Amateur Radio System.) t • Item 366 

D 111.7: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Mar. 1953 ; v. 4, no. 1. [1953.] cover title, 32 p. il. 

SMALL DEFENSE PLANTS ADMINISTRATION 

14411 Releases SDPA (series). [1953.] various paging, 4° or f° [Issued ir- 

regularly. Processed], t SDP 1.7: (nos.) 

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Note. — The Depeartment of Health, Education, and Welfare was established 
as an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 
83d Cong. 1st sess.). Public law 13. 83d Cong. 1st sess., approved Apr. 1, 1953, 
provided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1953). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health. Education, and Welfare by Reogranization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14412 Social security bulletin. [Monthly.] * Paper, $2.00 a yr., 75c. additional 

for fereinn mailing ; single copy, 20e. • Item 523 

L. C. card 46-43624 FS3.3: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Jan.-June 1953; v. 16, no. 1-6. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

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14413 Government Publications 

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

14413 Soil conservation, official organ of Soil Conservation Service. [Monthly.] 

* Paper, $1.25 a yr., 50c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 15c. 

* Item 122 

L. C. card Agr 35-103 A 57.9 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; [v. 18> no. 7-12]. [1953.] p. 145-288, il. 4° 

STATE DEPARTMENT 

14414 Department of State bulletin. [Weekly. Each of these publications car- 

ries a State Department publication number which is purposely omitted 
from this entry.] * Paper, $7.50 a yr., $2.75 additional for foreign 
mailing; single copy, 20c. • Item 864 

L. C. card 30-26945 S 1.3 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953; v. 28, no. 706-731. [1953.] p. [1] 932, 4» 

14415 Diplomatic list. [Monthly. Each of these publications carries a State 

Department number which is purposely omitted from this entry.] 

* Paper, $3.25 a yr., $1.25 additional for foreign mailing ; single copy, 30c. 

* Item 865 

L. C. card 10-16292 Sl.S: (date) 

Jan.-June 1953. [1953.] various paging, 24° 

14416 Field reporter. [Bimonthly.] * Paper, $1.50 a yr., 50c. additional for 

foreign mailing ; single copy, 30c. • Item S70-A 

S 1.42/2: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-Feb. to May-June 1953 v. 1, no. 4-6. [1953.] cover titles, each 36 p. il. or 
40 p. il. 4" 

14417 Foreign policy briefs. (Division of Publications, Office of Public Affairs.) 

[Fortnightly. Each of these publications carries a S,tate Department 
publication number which is purposely omitted from this entry.] 

* Paper, $1.00 a yr., 50c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item 871-A 

S1.98: (v.nos./nos.) 
Feb. 13-June 19, 1953 ; v. 2, no. 15-24. [1953.] Each 1 p. narrow f° 

1441S Information bulletin, monthly magazine of Office of US High Commissioner 
for Germany. [Discontinued with Mar. 1953 issue.] t Sl.S5:(date) 
Nov. 1952-Mar. 1953. [Printing and Reproduction Section, Operating Facilities 
Branch. Administrative Services Division, Office of Executive Director. HICOG, 
Bad Godesberg-Plittersdorf or Broenners Druckerei, Breidenstein, Frankfurt, 
1953.] various paging, il. 4° [March 1953 issue includes content and index 
of Information bulletin, July 1945-Mar. 1953.] 

14419 ips wireless file, selected background and source material sent daily by 

Morse and radioteletype from International Press Service to United 
States Information Services offices around the world. (International 
Information Administration.) [Daily except Saturdays. Processel.] + 

S1.5S/2: (nos.) 
Apr. 19-June 30, 1953 ; no. 92-154 [1953.] various paging, f° 

14420 List of international conferences and metings [with annotations]. [Quar- 

terly.] * Paper, $1.00 a yr., 25c. additional for foreign mailing ; single 
copy, 30c. • Item 893 S 5.49 : (date) 

Apr. 1 and July 1, 1953. [1953.] cover titles, ii+45 p. and ii+5S p. 4» ([Pub- 
lication 5000 and 5121.]) 

14421 Magazine reprint MR (series). [1953.] various paging, 4° [Articles 

from various American publications. Distributed in weekly package 
with list and summaries of reprints enclosed.] + (distribution over- 
seas.) S1.78: (nos.) 

1 '422 News digest; prepared by Office of Special Assistant for Press Relations. 
[Daily Monday through Friday. Processed.] t 

L. O. card 46-23394 S 1.61 : (date) 

Jan. 2-Apr. 7, 1953; no. 1-65. [1953.] various paging, 4" 

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August 1953 14434 

14423 Official gazette of Allied High Commission for Germany, Journal officiel de 

la Haute Commission Alliee en Allemagne, Amtsblatt der Allierten 
Hohen Kommission fiir Deutschland. t 

L. C. card 4S-1S247 S l.SS : (nos.) 

Dec. 30 (30 Deeemhre, 30.Dezember) 1952-May 25 (25 Mai, 25. Mai) 1953; no. 
98-103. n. p. [1952-53]. p. 2205-2503, 4" 

14424 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

S 1.25/2: (date & nos.) 

14425 Selected publications released. [Monthly ; bimonthly beginning with Sept- 

Oct. 1952 issue.] f S 1.30/2: (date I 

Apr. 1952 to Mar-Apr. 1953. [1953.] Each [2] p. 4" [June-July 1952 issued 
as one publication.] 

14426 Soviet bibliography. (Division of Library and Reference Services.) [Port- 

nightly. Processed. Discontinued with bibliography no. 50.106.] t In- 
telligence Research Office. 

L. C. card 50-60362 S 1.92/2: (nos.) 

Jan. 14-June 17, 1953; bibliography 50.95-50.10G. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14427 Soviet Union as reported by former Soviet citizens, interview report. 

[Processed.] t External Research Staff, Office of Intelligence Research. 
L. C. card 52-61534 S 1.102: (nos.) 

June 4, 1953 ; no. 7. [1953.] [2] + 10p. 4° 

1442S Standardized Government civilian allowance regulations, foreign areas, 
allowance circular. [Processed.] t SI. 76: (nos.) 

No. 71-78; [Jan. 3]-May 14, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

14429 Standardized regulations (Government civilians, foreign areas) [trans- 

mittal letters]. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] t S 1.76/3: (nos.) 

[TL:SR-1J to TL:SR-3; June 6-July 4, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

[TL : SR-1 is the basic manual ami TL : SK-2 and TL : SR-3 are changes with 

revised pages.] 

14430 Summary statement of income and expenditures of voluntary relief agen- 

cies registered with Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid as 
shown in their Schedule C 100 reports [and Report of commodities and 
funds for relief and rehabilitation by American agencies registered with 
Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid as shown on their 
monthly Schedule C 200 report of exports. (Advisory Committee on 
Voluntary Foreign Aid. ) [Processed.] t S 1.99/3: (date) 

Oct. l-Dec. 31, 1952 to Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1953. [1953.] Each 2 p. f° 

14431 XL S. National Commission for UNESCO [papers relating to discussions 

and recommendations, agenda, etc., concerning work of UNESCO pre- 
pared for meetings of U. S. National Commission.] [1953.] various 
paging, 4" or oblong 8° [Processed.] t S 5.4S/7 : 

14432 u. g. National Commission for UNESCO newsletter. [Biweekly. Each of 

these publications carries a State Department number which is pur- 
posely omitted from this entry. Discontinued with Apr. 8, 1953 issue.] 

* Paper, $1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 5c. 

• Item 895 

L. C. card 52-793 S 5.48/5: (nos.) 

Jan. 14-Apr. S, 1953 ; no. 14-20. [1953.] Each [4] p. il. 4° 

14433 UNESCO world review, weekly radio news from United Nations Educa- 

tional, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, France. (U. S. Na- 
tional Commission for UNESCO.) [Processed.] f S 5.4S/6: (nos.) 
Dec. 13, 1952-June 28, 1953; no. 200-228. [1953.] various paging. 4° 

14434 TJSIS feature. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] [Distributed by 

United States Information Service for use by newspapers, magazines, or 
radio stations.) f S 1.100: (nos.) 

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14435 Government Publications 

SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

11435 index of specifications and standards used by Department of Navy, cumu- 
lative supplement to military index, v. 3, dated Oct. 1, 1952. (NAV- 
SANDA publication 62.) [The military index, v. 3, is issued Apr. 1 and 
Oct. 1 of each year with cumulative monthly supplements during inter- 
vening months.] * Paper, $2.50 (including basic index and 6 supple- 
ments), 50c. additional for foreign mailing. • Item 415-A 
L. C. card 52-23465 D 212.] : 952-2 supp- ( nos. ) 

Feb. 1 and Mar. 1, 1953. [1953.] [1] 4- iii + 61 p. and [1] + iii + 67 p. 4° 

dated Apr. 1, 1953. • Item 415-A D 212.10 : 953/supp.-(nos.) 

May 1-July 1, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4» 

SUPREME COURT 

14436 [Cases adjudged in Supreme Court of United States at Oct. term, 1952.] 

• Item 740-A Ju 6.8/lb : ( date & nos. ) 

Note. — Opinions issued separately ; $6.00 per term of court, $2.00 additional for 

foreign mailing ; prices of particular opinions given upon request. Sold by the 

Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

14437 [Journal]. * Paper, $3.00 per term of court, $1.25 additional for foreign 

mailing. L. C. card 46-34504 Ju 6.5 : (date) 

(Oct. term 1952], Jan. 5-June 19. 1953. [1953.] p. 10S-259. 
Same [statistics and reference index]. [1953.] v leaves. 

14438 Official reports of Supreme Court, U. S. ; Walter Wyatt, reporter. Prelimi- 

nary print. [Each number contains a cumulative table of cases reported 
in the volume.] * Paper, $3.00 per term of court, 75c. additional for 
foreign mailing; single copies vary in price. Ju 6.8/la : (v.nos.& nos.) 
v. 344, no. 3— v. 345, no. 4. [1953.] cover titles, various paging. [Cases ad- 
judged in Supreme Court at Oct. term 1952 (opinions Jan. 5-June 1, 1953).] 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

14439 Pacts for industry series, preliminary report on production and sales of 

synthetic plastics and resin materials. (Chemical Division.) [Proc- 
essed.] f TC1.25: (nos.) 
Oct.-Nov. 1952 to Mar.-Apr. 1953 ; no. 6-10-49 to 6-10-54. [1953.] Each [2] 
p. f° [Numbers 50 and 51 include preliminary total for 1952.] 

14440 Facts for industry series, preliminary report on production of specified 

synthetic organic chemicals in United States. (Chemical Division.) 
[Processed.] t TC 1.25: (nos.) 

Oct.-Nov. 1952 to Mar.-Apr. 1953; no. 6-2-106 to 6-2-111. [1953.] Each 
[2] p. f° [Number 107 and 108 include preliminary total for 1952.] 

14441 Public notices. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Processed.] f TC1.28: 

14442 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

TC1.29: (CT) 

TAX COURT 

14443 [Decisions of Tax Court of United States (advance sheets)]. [Issued 

irregularly.] * Paper, $5.75 per volume, 75c. additional for foreign mail- 
ing; single copies vary in price. Jull.7/a: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Oct. 28, 1952-May 14, 1953 ; [v.] 19, no. 16-[v.] 20, no. 43. [1953.] various 
paging. 

14444 Reports (consolidated pamphlets). [Monthly.] * Paper, $3.50 per volume 

(6 issues) , 75c. additional for foreign mailing ; single copies vary in price. 
L. C. card 36-26250 Ju 11.7/a 2 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Aug. 1-31 and Sept. 1-30, 1952; v. IS, no. 5 and 6. [1953.] [xvii] + 843-1277 + 

[iv] p. [Page number 901 has been duplicated in Aug. and Sept. issues but 

with different text.] 
Oct. 1-81, 1952 to Jan. 1-31, 1953; v. 19, no. 1-4. [1953.] [xxxvi] + [3] + 

1-S50 p. 

Note. — Each consolidated Issue contains a month's decisions and is issued in 
addition to the separate decisions or advance sheets, for which, see above. The 
bound volumes will be issued later. 

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August 1953 14456 

TECHNICAL SERVICES OFFICE, Commerce Dept. 

14445 Bibliography of technical reports. [Monthly. Processed.] t Paper, $5.00 

a yr., $3.00 additional for foreign mailing. • Item 270 
L. C. card 46-2794 C 35.7 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Feb. 13-June 12. 1953; v. 19. no. 2-6. [1953.1 cover titles, p. 33-232, 4» 
Index, July-Dee. 1951, v. 17, nos. 1-6. [1933.] cover title, 32 p. 4° f Pa- 
per, $1.00. 

14446 pb reports. [These publications from various Government agencies are 

listed in Bibliography of technical reports above (C35.7:). No classifi- 
cation number has been assigned to these PB series, but some of the 
reports are classified and cataloged under the Government agency 
issuing them.] 

14447 Releases OTS (series). [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. 

Processed.] f C 35.15 : (nos.) 

14448 Technical reports news letter. [Processed. Monthly digest of Government 

and other research reports containing technical developments for indus- 
try, particularly small plants.] t Paper, 50c. a yr. C 35.7/2 : (nos.) 
Jan.-July 1953; no. 43-49. [1953.] Each [4] p. 4° 

TECHNICAL STAFF OFFICE, Treasury Dept. 

14449 prices and yields of public marketable securities issued by United States 

Government and by Federal agencies. [Monthly. Processed. Discon- 
tinued with Feb. 1953 issue.] t T 68.7: (date) 
Nov. 1952-Feb. 1953. [1953.] Each 6 p. f° 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

14450 Electricity sales statistics, retail distribution of electricity of TVA resale 

rates, monthly report. (Division of Power Utilization, Chattanooga, 
Tenn.) [Processed.] f Y3.T25: 13/(nos.) 

Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953; no. 213-218. Nov. 1952-Apr. 1953. Each [3] p. il. 4» 

14451 Precipitation in Tennessee River basin. (Division of Water Control Plan- 

ning. Hvdraulic Data Branch.) [Monthly. Processed.] t 
L. C. card 38-32755 Y 3.T 25 : 14/ (date) 

Dec. 1952— May 1953. [1953.] various paging, il. maps, 4° [An annual summary 
for 1952 was also issued.] 

14452 Team work, TVA Tennessee Valley Trades and Labor Council, bulletin of 

Central Joint Cooperative Committee. (TVA Labor-Management Cooper- 
ative Committee.) [Monthly. Processed.] f 

Y 3.T 25 : 22/(v.nos.& nos.) 
Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 11, no. 2-7. [1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

TREASURER OF UNITED STATES, Treasury Dept. 

14453 Circulation statement of United States money. [Monthly.] f • Item 970 

L. C. card 10-21267 T 62.308: (date) 

Dec. 31, 1952-May 31, 1953. [1953.] Each 1 p. oblong large S» 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

14454 Daily statement of Treasury, compiled from latest proved reports from 

Treasury offices and depositories. [Daily except Saturdays, Sundays 
and holidays.] t 

L. C. card 15-3303 T 1.5 : (date) 

Jan. 2-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging, narrow t° 

14455 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] f 

T1.39: (nos.) 

14456 Treasury bulletin. [Monthly. Processed.] f 

L. C. card 39-26387 T 1.3 : (date) 

Jan.— June 1953. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. 4° 

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14457 Government Publications 

1 1157 Treasury decisions iinrler customs, certain internal revenue, narcotic, and 
other laws, Including decisions of Customs Court and Court of Customs 
and Patent Appeals. [Weekly.] * Paper, $6.50 a yr., $2.00 additional 
for foreign mailing; single copy, 15c. 

L. C. card 10-30490 T 1.11/2: (v.nos.&nos.) 

.Tan. 1-June 25, 1053 ; v. 8S, no. 1-26. [1953.] various paging. 

14458 Values of foreign moneys. (Department circular 1; Director of Mint.) 

[Quarterly. Title 31, Code of Federal regulations, pt. 129.] t • Item 
924 T 1.4/2:1/ (date) 

Apr. 1 and .Tuly 1, 1053. [1953.] Each 1 p. 4° 

TROOP INFORMATION AND EDUCATION DIVISION (Army), 
Defense Dept. 

14459 Report to the Army. [Monthly.] t D 107.7: (date) 

Feb.-June 1953. [1953.] Each 8 p. 11. 4° 

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 

14460 Administrator's decision. [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 47-32536 VA1.8:(nos.) 

No. 921-932 ; Jan. 15-June 30, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14461 Circular. [Processed.] f VA 1.4: (date & nos.) 

No. 1-3 ; Feb. 19-May 6, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° 

14462 Index to Veterans Administration publications. [Quarterly, cumulative. 

Supersedes previous edition.] t • Item 986 

L. C. card 49-54463 VA 1.20 : (date) 

Feb. 1 and May 1, 1953. [1953.] x + 192 p. and x+186 p. 4° 

14463 Safety and fire protection review, t VA 1.29 : (v.nos.&nos.) 

[Apr. 15, 1953] ; v. 2, issue 1. [1953.] cover title, 52 p. il. 4° 

14464 VA statistical summary, monthly report. ([Research Division, Coordina- 

tion Service.]) [Processed.] t VA1.27: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953; [v. 13, issue 6-v. 14, issue 5]. [1053.] cover titles, 
various paging, f° [Supplements and correction sheets were also issued.] 

VETERANS' REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

14465 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4" [Processed.] t L25.7: 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OFFICE, Health, Education, and 
Welfare Dept. 

Note. — The Department of Health. Education, and Welfare -was established as 
an executive department by Reorganization plan no. 1 of 1953 (H. doc. 102, 83d 
Cong. 1st sess.). Public law 13, 83d Cong. 1st sess.. approved Apr. 1, 1953, pro- 
vided that the Plan take effect 10 days later (Apr. 11, 1053). 

Because all components of the Federal Security Agency have been transferred to 
the Department of Health. Education, and Welfare by Reorganization plan no. 1, 
the Division of Public Documents will continue to use classification numbers estab- 
lished for the Federal Security Agency. 

14466 Information service series. [Processed.] % FS 13.211: (nos.) 

No. 21S-227 : .Tan. 22-.Tune 25, 1953. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Supplements 
also issued to no. 218 and 222.] 

14407 Selected rehabilitation abstracts for vocational rehabilitation counselors; 
compiled by Division of Program Services in cooperation with State 
vocational rehabilitation agencies. (Rehabilitation service series 26.) 
[Bimonthly. Processed.] J FS 13.210: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Nov.-Dec. 1952; v. 6. no. 6. [1953.] [1] + 147-184 p. 4" [Nov.-Dec. 1952 issue 
includes index for 1952.] 

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WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIVISIONS, Labor Dept. 

14468 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

L 22.16: (CT) 

WAGE STABILIZATION BOARD, Economic Stabilization Agency 

14469 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Processed.] t 

WSB (series). ES 12.71 : (nos.) 

14470 WSC (series). (Wage Stabilization Committee.) ES 2.7/2 : (nos.) 

WEATHER BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

14471 Average monthly weather resume and outlook ; prepared by Extended Pore- 

cast Section. [Semimonthly.] * Paper, $4.S0 a yr., $1.50 additional for 
foreign mailing. C 30.46: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Resume 1 for mid-Dec. 1952— Jan. 1953 to .Tune 1953 and outlook for mid-Jan. to 
July 1953 ; v. 7, no. 2-13. Jan. 17-July 1, 1953. Each [4] p. il. f° 

Climatological data. [Monthly with annual summary.] 

Note. — Climatological data is issued monthly in 46 sections (representing 42 
States or groups of States, Alaska, Hawii, West Indies, and a National summary). 
These publications are sold by the Superintendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office. Washington 25, D. C, at $1.50 a yr. for each section (including 
annual summary), 50c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 15c. 

Alabama. C 30.18/3 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 59, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-48, il. 4» 

— Alaska. C 30.21 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Sept.-Dec. and annual summary 1952 ; v. 38, no. 9-13. San Francisco or Chatta- 
nooga. 1952-53. p. 115-182, il. 4° 
Jan.-Mar. 1953 ; v. 39, no. 1-3. San Francisco, 1953. 42 p. il. 4» 

C 30.18/4: (v.nos.&nos.) 

San Francisco, 1953. 1-62+ [1] p. il. 4» 

C 30.18/5: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-48, il. 4° 

C30.1S/6: (v.nos.&nos.) 

San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-95, 4° 



1447 



14473 



14474 



14475 



14476 



57. no. 1-4. 



58, no. 1-4. 



v. 57 



14477 



58, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953 



57, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. 



144S1 



14482 



14483 



14484 



144S5 



— Arizona. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 

— Arkansas. 
Jan.-Apr. 1953 

— California. 
Jan.-Apr. 1953 

— Colorado. 
Jan.-Apr. 1953 

— Florida. 
Jan.-Apr. 1953 

— Georgia. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 57, no 

— Hawaii. 
L. C. card 46-45210 
Oct.-Dec. and annual summary 1952 ; v. 48, no. 10-13. 

1-62+ [2] p. il. 4° 
C 30.1S/10 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-48, 4° 

C 30.18/11 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Kansas City, 1953. 



Chattanooga, 1953. 



C 30.18/7 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

p. 1-56, il. 4" 
C 30.18/8 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
p. 1-48, 4« 

C30.1S/9: (v.nos.&nos.) 
p. 1-50, il. 4» 

C 30.19: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Francisco or Kansas 



City, 1953. 
Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; 



■ Idaho. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 : 

Illinois. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; 

— Indiana. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; 

— Iowa. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 

Kansas. 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 

14486 Kentucky. 

Jan.-Apr.. 1953 



56, no. 1-4. 



, 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-48, 4° 

C 30.18/12: (v.nos.&nos.) 
v. 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-48, il. 4° 

C 30.18/13: (v.nos.&nos.) 
v. 64, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-64, il. 4° 

C 30.18/14 : (v.nos.& nos. I 

v. 67, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-54, il. 4" 

C 30.18/15: (v.nos.&nos.) 

; v. 4S, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1^17, il. 4" 



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Government Publications 



Climatological data — Continued 

144S7 Louisiana. C 30.18/16: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-48, 11. 4° 

14488 Maryland and Delaware. C 30.18/17 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 57, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-63, 11. 4' 

14489 Michigan. C 30.18/18: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 68, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-64, 11. 4" 

14490 Minnesota. C 30.18/19: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 59, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1—48, il. 4" 

14491 Mississippi. C 30.18/20: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-48, 11. 4 

14492 Missouri. C 30.18/21: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 57, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-63, 11. 4° 

14493 Montana. C 30.18/22 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 56, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-66, 4 

14494 National summary. C 30.51 

Oet.-Dec. 1952; v. 3, no. 10-12. Asheville, 1953. [61+299-369 



Jan.-Mar. 1953 ; v. 4, no. 1-3. Asheville, 1953. [6] +1-86 p. maps, 4« 



v.nos.& nos.) 

v.nos.& nos. 

v.nos.& nos.) 

v.nos.&nos. 

v.nos.& nos. 

v.nos.& nos.) 

v.nos.& nos. 

v.nos.&nos.) 
p. maps, 4° 



14495 Nebraska. C 30.18/23: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-64, 11. 4' 

14496 Nevada. C 30.18/24 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 68, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-40, i 

14497 New England. C 30.18/25 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 65, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-82, 4<> 

14498 N ew Jersey. C 30.18/26: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1^7, il. 

14499 New Mexico. C 30.18/27 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 57, no. 1—4. San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-64, il. 

14500 New York. C 30.18/28: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 65, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-74, il. 

14501 North Carolina. C30.1S/29: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-64, 11. 4 

14502 North Dakota. C 30.18/30: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 62, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-63, 11. 4» 

14503 Ohio. C 30.18/31 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 5S, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-64, il. 

14504 Oklahoma. C30.1S/32: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 : v. 62, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-63, il. 

14505 Oregon. C 30.1S/33 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 59, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953. p. 1-64, il. 

14506 Pennsylvania. C 30.1S/34 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 5S, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1053. p. 1-64, il. • 

14507 South Carolina. C 30.18/35 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 56, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-44, 11. 4' 

14508 South Dakota. C 30.1S/36 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-48, 4» 

14509 Tennessee. C 30.1S/37 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 5S, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-4S, il. 

14510 Texas. C 30.1S/38 : 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 58, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-96, il. 4 

14511 Utah. C30.1S/39: 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 55, no. 1—1. San Francisco, 1953. p. 1—48, 4' 



v.nos.& nos. 

v.nos.& nos. 
. 4° 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.&nos.) 

4° 

v.nos.& nos.' 

4° 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.& nos.) 
4° 

v.nos.&nos.) 
4° 

v.nos.& nos.' 
4° 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.& nos.) 

v.nos.&nos.) 

v.nos.& nos. 
l° 

v.nos.& nos. 
v.nos.&nos. 



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Climatological data — Continued 

14512 ___ Virginia. C 30.18/40: (v.uos.&nos.) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 63, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-54, il. 4» 

14513 Washington. C 30.18/41 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953; v. 57, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953. 1-62+ [1] p. il. 4° 

14514 . West Indies and Caribbean section. C 30.20: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Nov., Dec, and annual summary 1951 ; v. 31, no. 11-13. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 
121-160, il. 4" 

14515 West Virginia. C 30.18/42: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 61, no. 1-4. Chattanooga, 1953. p. 1-48, 4° 

14516 Wisconsin. C 30.18/43: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 5S, no. 1-4. Kansas City, 1953. p. 1-64, il. 4° 

14517 Wyoming. C 30.18/44: (v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; v. 62, no. 1-4. San Francisco, 1953. 1-564- [1] p. il. 4° 

Climatological data for United States by sections. [Monthly.] 

Note. — Beginning with Jan. 1053 issues, Climatological data is no longer grouped 
into parts. The 46 sections will be issued separately, for which see above. 

14518 pt. l, Eastern United States. [Part 1 consists of 16 sections covering 

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware, Missis- 
sippi, New England, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Penn- 
sylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.] 

C30.1S: (v.nos.&uos.j/pt.l 
Dec. and year 1952 ; v. 39, no. 12 and 13. [Chattanooga 1953.] cover titles, 
[238] p. il. and [190] p. il. 4° 

14519 pt. 2, Central United States. [Part 2 consists of 15 sections covering 

Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minne- 
sota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, 
and Wisconsin.] C 30.18: (v.nos.& nos.)/pt.2 

Dec. and year 1952 ; v. 39, no. 12 and 13. [Kansas City, 1953.] cover titles, 

[240] p. il. and [189] p. il. 4" 

14520 pt. 3, Western United States. [Part 3 consists of 11 sections covering 

Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, 
Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.] C 30.18 : (v.nos.& nos.)/pt.3 

Dec. and year 1952 ; v. 39, no. 12 and 13. [Chattanooga 1953.] cover titles, 
[21S] p. il. and [143] p. il. 4° 

14521 Daily series, synoptic weather maps, Northern Hemisphere, sea level and 

500 millibar charts with synoptic data tabulations. [Monthly. Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Army, Navy, and Air Force.] * Paper, $4.75 
each. 

L. C. card 50-45855 C 30.49 : ( date) 

Sept.— Dec. 1951. [1953.] cover titles, various paging, il. maps, tabs., oblong f° 

14522 Daily weather map [forecasts and general weather information, showing 

weather conditions for United States and forecasts for District of Colum- 
bia and surrounding States]. * Paper, $7.20 a yr., $5.50 additional for 
foreign mailing; 60c. a month ($1.85 per month, $21.90 per year addi- 
tional for air mail delivery within United States). (Maps cannot be 
furnished in quantities unless the order is placed in advance of issue with 
the Superintendent of Documents, Washington 25, D. C). 

C 30.12: (date) 

Jan. 1— June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each 19 x 24 in. (outside measurement). 
Hourly precipitation data. [Monthly, with annual summary.] 

Note. — Hourly Precipitation Data is issued monthly in 43 sections (represent- 
ing 42 States or groups of States and Alaska). These publications are sold by 
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Utfice, Washington 25, 
D. Ci at $1.00 a yr. for each section (including annual summary), 35c. additional 
for foreign mailing ; single copy 10c. 

14523 Alabama. C 30.59 : (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 21- 

June 8, 1U53.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

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Hourly precipitation data — Continued 

Arizona. 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no 

June 8, 1903.] various paging, il. 4° 

1931. | 

Arkansas. 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 



C 30.59/3: (v.nos.&nos.) 
. 3. NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 21- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/4: (v.nos.&nos.) 
3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 22- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



California. C 30.59/5 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, May 1- 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

— Colorado. C 30.59/6: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 

May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

— Florida. C 30.59/7: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, May 1-16, 

1953.1 various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 1951.] 



Georgia. 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

Idaho. 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

Illinois. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

■ Indiana. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

— Iowa. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 

— Kansas. 
Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 

May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 

Kentucky. C 30.59/14: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 



C 30.59/8: (v.nos.&nos.) 
no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 28- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/9 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/10: (v.nos.&nos.) 
no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/11 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/12: (v.nos.&nos.) 
no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Mar. 6- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



C 30.59/13: (v.nos.&nos.) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



— Louisiana. 
Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1- 

June 8, 1953.] various paging 
1951.] 

— Maryland and Delaware. 
Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952; v. 1, no. 1-2, no. 

June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 



C 30.59/15: (v.nos.&nos.) 
'. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 29- 
il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



C 30.59/16: (v.nos.&nos.) 
!. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Jan. 29- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

Michigan. C 30.59/17 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
.lune 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

Minnesota. C30.59/1S: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
June 8. 1933.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 



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Hourly precipitation data — Continued 

Mississippi. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 

May 16, 1953.] various paging, II. 4° 

1951.] 

Missouri. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 

Montana. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 



C 30.59/19 : ( y.nos.& nos. ) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 11- 
[ Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/20: (v.nos.& nos.) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/21: (v.nos.&nos.) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
[ Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



— Nebraska. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v 
May 16. 1953.] various paging 
for 1951.] 



C 30.59/22: (v.nos.&nos.) 
no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary 



Nevada. C 30.59/23: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
June 8, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

— New England. 
Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 

May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 

1951.] 



C 30.59/24: (v.nos.&nos.) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary. 



New Jersey. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 j v. 1, no. 1-1 
Mav 16, 1953.] various paging 
1951.] 

New Mexico. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 : v. 1, no. 1-v 
Mav 23, 1953.] various paging 
1951.] 

New York. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, nc 
Mav 16. 1953. various paging, il. 4" 
1951.] 

North Carolina. 

Oct. 1951-Mar. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, n< 
June S, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° 
1951.] 

— North Dakota. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2. nt 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4 C 
1951.] 



C 30.59/25 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
2. no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 11- 
il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/26 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/27: (v.nos.&nos.) 
2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



C 30.59/28: (v.nos.&nos.) 
3. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/29 : (v.nos.& nos.) 
2. [NWRC, Asheville. N. C, Feb. 13- 
[Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 



Ohio. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2. 
Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

Oklahoma. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952: v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
-Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

Oregon. 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 
May 16. 1953.] 
1951.] 

Pennsylvania. 

Oct. 1951-Sept. 1952: v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, 
May 26, 1953.] various paging, il. 
1951.] 

— South Carolina. 
Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1. no. 1-v. 2, 
May 16, 1953.] various paging, 11. 
1951.] 



no. 1-v. 2, 
various paging, il. 



C 30.59/30: (v.nos.&nos.) 
no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 23- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/31: (v.nos.&nos.) 
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4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/32 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

no. 2. [NWRC. Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 
4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/33 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 
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4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 

C 30.59/34: (v.nos.&nos.) 
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14556 Government Publications 

Hourly precipitation data — Continued 

14556 South Dakota. C 30.50/35 : (v.nos.& nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Fpb. 1052 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
Mav 16, 195.3.] various paging, 11. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14557 Tennessee. C 30.59/36 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. rNWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 

Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14558 Texas. C 30.59/37: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Mar. 12- 

Mav 23, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14559 Utah. C 30.59/38 : ( v.nos.& nos. ) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1953 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 

Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14560 Virginia. C 30.59/39: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1052 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 13- 

Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14561 Washington. C 30.59/40: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 

Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4" [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14562 West Virginia. C 30.59/41: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 

Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14563 Wisconsin. C 30.59/42: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 18- 

Mav 11, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14564 Wyoming. C 30.59/43: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Oct. 1951-Feb. 1952 ; v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 2. [NWRC, Asheville, N. C, Feb. 10- 
Mav 16, 1953.] various paging, il. 4° [Volume 1, no. 4 is annual summary, 
1951.] 

14565 Local climatological data, San Juan, P. R. [Monthly.] * Paper, 50c. a yr., 

25c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy (annuals), 10c, 
( monthly ) , 5c. C 30.56/2 : ( date ) 

Dec. 1952-June 1953. WRPC, Chattanooga, Tenn. [Jan. 8-July 7, 1953]. Each 
2 p. 4° 

14566 supplement (based on one month's record), San Juan, P. R, Isla 

Grande Airport. [Monthly.] Included in subscription price of Local 
Climatological data. C 30.56/2: (date/supp.) 

Dec. 1952-May 1953. W. R. P. C, Chattanooga, Tenn. [Jan. 20-June 17, 1953]. 

Each 1 p. 4° 

14567 Washington, D. C. [Monthly.] * Paper, 50c. a yr., 25c. additional for 

foreign mailings; single copy (annuals), 10c, (monthly), 5c. 

C 30.56: (date) 
Jan.-June 1953. WRPC, Chattanooga. Tenn. [Feb. 5-July 7, 1953]. Each [2] 
p. 4° [An annual summary for 1952 with comparative data, 7 p., was also 
issued.] 

14568 supplement (based on one month's record), National Airport Office. 

[Monthly.] Included in subscription price of Local climatological data. 

C 30.56: (date)/supp. 
Jan.-May 1953. WRPC, Chattanooga, Tenn. [Feb. 20-June 17, 1953]. Bach 
1 p. 4° 

14509 Monthly climatic data for the world. [Processed or printed.] * Paper, 
$1.00 a yr., 35c. additional for foreign mailing; single copy, 10c. 

C 30.50: (v.nos.&nos.) 
Jan.-Apr. 1953; v. 6, no. 1-4. Asheville, 1953. various paging, 4° 

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August 1953 14576 

14570 Monthly weather review. * Paper, $3.50 a yr., $1.00 additional for foreign 

mailing; single copy, 30c. • Item 277 

L. C. card Agr 9-990 C 30.14: (v.nos.&nos.) 

Nov. and Dec. 1952; v. SO, no. 11 and 12. [1953.] cover titles, p. 203-255, il. 

maps, 4° 
Jan.-Apr. 1953; v. 81, no. 1-4. [1953.] cover titles, p. 1-129, il. 4° 

14571 Weekly corn and wheat weather bulletin. * Paper, 75c. per season (April- 

September) ; 25c. additional for foreign mailing. C 30.7 : (date) 

Apr. 7-June 30, 1953. [1953.] Each [4] leaves, f° 

14572 Weekly weather and crop bulletin, cotton region summary. * Paper, 75c. 

per season (April-October) ; 25c. additional for foreign mailing. 

C30.9: (date) 

Apr. 7-June 30, 1953; no. 1-13, 1953 series. New Orleans, La. [Apr. 7-June 30, 
1953]. Bach [2] p. il. f» 

14573 national summary. * Paper, $3.00 a yr., $1.00 additional for foreign 

mailing; (December-March, $1.00; 50c. additional for foreign mailing) ; 
single copy, 10c. 

L. C. card Agr 24-260 C 30.11 : ( v.nos.& nos.) 

Jan. 5-June 29, 1953 ; v. 40, no. 1-26. [1953.] Each 4 p. 11. 4° 

WOMEN'S BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

14574 Releases. [1953.] various paging, 4° [Issued irregularly. Proc 

essed.] t L 13.16: (CT) 

YARDS AND DOCKS BUREAU (Navy), Defense Dept. 

14575 BuDocks technical digest, construction, maintenance & operation of Navy's 

shore establishments. (Nav-Docks P-23.) [Monthly.] $ • Item 419 

D 209.8: (nos.) 
Jan.-June 1953; no. 31-35. [1953.] various paging, 11. 4° [February and 
March 1953 issued as one publication.] 

14576 u. S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps bulletin. (Navdocks P-2.) [Monthly.] 

t • Item 420 

L. C. card A 49-10070 D 209.7 : ( v.nos.& nos.) 

Feb.-July 1953 ; v. 7, no. 2-7. [1953.] Each 32 p. il. 4° 



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UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

SEPTEMBER 1953 

Entries 14577-16643 

B 



DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLICATIONS 

In ordering publications listed in this catalog, it should particularly 
be noted that only those marked with a star (*) are obtainable from the 
Superintendent of Documents. 

Where a single dagger (f) is the distribution symbol, application should 
be made directly to the department or bureau issuing the document. 






* For sale by Superintendent of Documents 

t Distribution made by Issuing Office. Not 
definitely available if unaccompanied by 
a price 

+ Printed for Official Use 

(not available for distribution) 

Received late, no copies available at Division 
of Public Documents 

* Sent to Depository Libraries 



Monthly Catalog 

NO. 704 SEPTEMBER 1953 

ACCOUNTS BUREAU, Post Office Dept. 

14577 Addenda to Cost ascertainment report, fiscal year 1952. [1953.] 1 p. 

oblong S° (Bureau of Controller.) [Processed.] t • Item 844 

P 22.7 : 952/add. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

14578 Army hit kit for soldier shows, prepared for use in Special Services activ- 

ities by military personnel only. n. p. [1953]. [64] p. il. 4° [Includes 
music] t D 102.2 : H 63/V.3 

14579 Trieste handbook, 1950, prepared and published by Information and Public 

Relations Division of Allied Military Government, British/United States 
Zone, Free Territory of Trieste, in collaboration with Information Office 
of Economic Cooperation Administration's special mission to Trieste. 
First edition June 1, 1949, revised May 1, 1950. [1950.] 62 p. il. 
[Text and map on p. 2 and 3 of cover.] D 102.2 : T 73/950 

AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY BUREAU, 
Agriculture Dept. 

AIC (series). [Processed.] t 

14580 347. Antioxidants, when you don't need them, when you do need them, what to 

use, how to use them. Jan. 1053. cover title, [9] p. II. 4° (Research 
summary 1.) [Relates to use in candy. Prepared by Southern Regional 
Research Laboratory in cooperation with National Confectioners" Asso- 
ciation.] A 77.104/2 : 347 

14581 Proceedings, 2d Cottonseed Processing Clinic at Southern Regional Re- 

search Laboratory, New Orleans, La., in cooperation with Valley Oilseed 
Processor's Association, Mar. 9-10, 1953. [1953.] cover title, [2] 
leaves+98+[21 p. il. 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card 53-63351 A 77.102 : C 82/2 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

145S2 Changes in cattle situation, and what they mean, talk at annual Cattle 
Feeders' Day, Ames, Iowa, July 15. 1953, by Harold F. Breimyer, agricul- 
tural economic statistician. [1953.] 11 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 36.51 : B 74/4 

14583 Chickens raised on farms in 1953, preliminary estimates. July 31, 1953. 

lp. 4° [Processed.] t A 36.2 : C 43/9/953 

14584 Cotton and cottonseed marketing, related production practices among Negro 

farmers in Red River Delta area of Louisiana, 1951 season. Agricultural 
marketing act ( RMA, title 2) contract report ; [by Frederick C. Temple.] 
June 1953. cover title, [l]+55 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 36.2 : C 82/104 

145S5 Economic education and research for floriculture and ornamental horticul- 
ture [with discussion of detailed data available] ; by M. Truman Fossum. 
June 16, 1953. S+[2] leaves, 4° [Processed. The 2 leaves consist of 
Census Bureau tables. ] t A 36.2 : F 66/3 

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14586 Government Publications 

P. M. (series). [Processed.] t A 36.118: (nos.) 

145S6 99. Farm management publications, 1940-52 (publications prepared by Federal 
Farm Management workers alone or in cooperation with State or other 
workers) ; compiled by M. K. Cooper and Delia E. Merrick. Washington, 
D. C, June 1903. cover title, 90 p. 4" [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

14587 104. Economic analysis of alfalfa yield response to phosphate fertilizer at 3 

locations in the West [with list of literature cited] ; by James L. Pascal 
[Paschal], Washington, D. C. June 1953. cover title, [l]+i + 59 p. 
II. 4" 

14588 105. Determining profitable use of fertilizer ; bv D. B. Ibach and S. W. Mendum. 

Washington, D. C. June 1953. cover title, [2] +70 p. 11. 4° 

14589 107. Harvesting hay and straw and use of balers: [by Paul E. Strickler, Martin 

R. Cooper and Charles G. Carpenter]. Washington, D. C, June 1953. 
cover title, 30 p. il. 4° 

14590 Farm mutual reinsurance, address, Virginia Association of Mutual Insur- 

ance Companies, Roanoke, Va., Aug. 3, 1953, by Ralph R. Botts, agricul- 
tural economist. [1953.] 11 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 36.51 :B 65/2 

14591 Farm production, disposition, and income from turkeys, 1929-44, by States 

and geographic divisions, revised estimates ; [prepared by B. Smith 
Kimball, Paul W. Smith and Robert F. Moore, with assistance of State 
agricultural statisticians]. Washington, D. C, June 1953. cover title, 
59 p. 4" [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 
L. C. card 53-63337 A 36.2 : T 84/13/929-44 

14592 1953 i am b crop report. July 30, 1953. [2] p. f° [Processed.] | 

A 36.2 : L 16/3/953 

14593 Marketing charges for lemons sold in Pittsburgh and Cleveland, 1949-50 

season ; by Dehard B. Johnson. Washington, D. C, 1953. cover title, 
22p.il. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t A 36.2 : L- 54/2/949-50 

14594 Marketing charges for onions sold in Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 1949-June 1950 

and in Cleveland, Ohio, Feb.-June 1950 ; by William N. Garrott. Wash- 
ington, D. C, June 1953. [2] +20 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 36.2: On 4/2 

14595 Marketing charges for sweetpotatoes sold in Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 1949- 

June 1950, and in Cleveland, Ohio, Feb.-June 1950 ; by William N. Gar- 
rott. Washington, D. C, 1953. cover title, 31 p. il. 4° [Processed. Text 
on p. 2 of cover.] t A 36.2 : Sw 3/5/949-50 

14596 New and revised series on fluid milk and cream consumption in United 

States 1924-52. Aug. 13, 1953. 5 p. 4" [Processed.] t 

A 36.2 : M 59/7/924-52 

14597 Regional variations in prices received by farmers, 1925-34 for 9 selected 

commodities, 1932-41 for 19 selected commodities. Washington, D. C, 
June 1953. cover title, 29 p. il. 4° [Processed. Prepared with assistance 
of Farm Credit Administration. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

A 36.2 : P 93/23 

14598 Retail margins for asparagus sold in Denver, Colo., Mar.-July 1950 ; by 

Robert V. Enochian and Wendell Calhoun. Washington, D. C., June 
1953. cover title, 11 p. il. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

A 36.2 : As 6/2 

14599 Retail margins for lettuce sold in Denver, Colo., Sept. 1949-July 1950 ; by 

Robert V. Enochian and Wendell Calhoun. Washington, D. C, June 1953. 
cover title, 13 p. il. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

A 36.2 : L 56 

14600 Retail margins for potatoes sold in Denver, Colo., Sept. 1949-July 1950; 

by Robert V. Enochian and Wendell Calhoun. Washington, D. C., June 
1953. cover title, 16 p. il. 4° [Processed. Another illustration and text 
on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] f A36.2:PS4/16 

14601 Shorn wool production, 1953. Aug. 6, 1953. [2] p. large 8° [Proc- 

essed.] t A 36.2 : W S8/9/953 

14602 stocks of grains in all positions. July 24, 1953. 7 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 36.2 : G 76/17/953-2 

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September 1953 i46ia 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Agriculture handbooks. • Item 3 A1.76:(nos.) 

14603 17. Sliderilms of Department of Agriculture. [Apr. 1051, revised July 1953.] 
[1953.] [2]+iv + 27 p. il. narrow 8° [Film prices subject to change.] 
* Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 30-1243 
14G04 53. Forestry for 4-H clubs ; Iby Wilbur R. Mattoon and Erwin H. Shinn]. [May 
1053.] iv + 54+[l] p. il. (Forest Service and Extension Service.) 
[Slight revision of Miscellaneous publication 395. Includes list of Pub- 
lications of Agriculture Department relating to forestry on farm wood- 
lands.] * Paper. 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-254 

Agriculture information bulletins. •Item 4 A 1.75 : (nos.) 

14605 103. Cottonseed oil mills, their comparative efficiencies and effects on prices and 

and producers' returns: [by John M. Brewster]. June 1953. [l)+ii + 
27 p. il. 4" (Production and Marketing Administration.) • Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-230 

14606 104. United Kingdom market for United States agricultural products ; [prepared 

by Doris D. Ratter in cooperation with other members of the staff of 
Foreign Agricultural Service]. Aug. 1053. vi-f73 p. il. (Foreign Agri- 
cultural Service.) [Text and another illustration on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] 
• Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-244 

14607 108. Low production farms [their location and levels of productivity, with list of 

literature cited] : by Jackson V. McElveen and Kenneth L, Bachman. June 
1953. cover title, iii + 87 p. il. 4» (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) 
[Text on p. 2 of cover.) * Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-245 

14608 Be not deceived [address by Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson at 

Commencement exercises at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, 
June 9, 1953.] [1953.] 9 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : B 44/15 

14609 Challenges and responsibilities, address by John C. Davis, administrative 

assistant to Secretary of Agriculture, at Wheat Field Day Meet of Kan- 
sas Wheat Improvement Association, Uhlmann Farm near Kansas City, 
Mo., June 19, 1953. [1953.] 10 leaves, 4" [Processed.] t 

A 1.40 : D 29/4 

14610 Changing policies in agriculture, address by Assistant Secretary of Agri- 

culture J. Earl Coke before American Plant Food Council, Hot Springs, 
Va., June 12, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 :C 66/4 

14611 Charting course, address by Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, 

before Agricultural Council of California, California Farm Bureau Fed- 
eration, California State Grange, California State Chamber of Commerce, 
and California State Board of Agriculture, Fresno, Calif., July 16, 1953. 
[1953.] 22 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 :B 44/17 

Circular. 

14612 921. Test weight per bushel of grain : Methods of use and calibration of appara- 

tus : prepared by Grain Branch. Production and Marketing Administration. 
June 1953. 11 p. il. [Supersedes Department bulletin 1065. Test weight 
of grain : Simple method of determining accuracy of testing apparatus, 
issued Mav 1922.] * Paper, 10c. • Item 8 
L. C. card Agr 53-240 A 1.4/2 : 921 

14613 Comprehensive agricultural program for Puerto Rico [with bibliography] ; 

by Nathan Koenig. 1953. xii4-299 p. il. 4° [Prepared in cooperation 
with Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Seals of Agriculture Department 
and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico appear on title page.] * Paper, $1.75. 
• Item 10 
L. C. card Agr 53-264 A 1.2 : P 96/9 

14614 Conservation unlimited, address by Assistant Secretary J. Earl Coke, at 

annual North Carolina Farm and Home Week, State College, Raleigh, 
N. C, June 10, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. 4" [Processed.] t A 1.40 :C 66/3 

Farmers' bulletins. • Item 9 A 1.9: (nos.) 

14615 834. Hog cholera; [bv C. G. Cole]. [Aug. 1917. revised May 1953.] [1953.] 

[2]+30p. il. ([Animal Industry Bureau.]) * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-262 

14616 1184. Ginseng culture ; [prepared by Division of Tobacco. Medicinal, and Special 

Crops, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, 
Agricultural Research Administration]. [Apr. 1921, revised June 1953.] 
[1953.] [2] + 13p. il. [Originally prepared by W. W. Stockberger and 
revised successively by A. F. Sievers and L. M. Pultz.] • Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-253 

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14617 Government Publications 

Farmers' bulletins — Continued 

14617 1260. Stored drain pests; [prepared by Division of Stored Product Insect Inves- 

tigations, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Agricultural 
Research Administration). [Apr. 1922, revised Aug. 1953.] [1953.] 
[2]+4G p. il. * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-265 

14618 1531. Tobacco budworm and its control ; [prepared by Division of Truck Crop 

and Garden Insect Investigations. Bureau of Entomology and Plant 
Quarantine, Agricultural Researcb Administration], [June 1927, revised 
July 1953.] [1953.] 8p.il. * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-263 

14619 1566. Sorgbum midge with suggestions for control; [by E. V. Walter]. [Sept. 

192S, revised July 1953]. [1953.] [2] +6 p. il. (Entomology and 

Plant Quarantine Bureau.) • Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-251 

14620 2003. Legume inoculation, what it is, what it does; [by Lewis W. Erdman]. 

[Dec. 194S, revised July 1953.] [1953.] [2] +20+ [1] p. il. ([Plant 
Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau.]) [Supersedes 
Farmers' bulletin 1784, Nitrogen-fixing bacteria and legumes.] * Pa- 
per, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-235 

14621 2058. Sheep raising on farm; [by C. G. Potts]. [Apr. 1953.] [3] +18+ [2] 

p. il. (Animal Husbandry Division, Animal Industry Bureau.) [Pub- 
lication is a revision of and supersedes Farmers' bulletin 840, Farm sheep 
raising for b°ginners.l * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-259 

Home and garden bulletin. 

14622 30. Pressure canners, use and care [with list of additional publications ; by 

Elizabeth Beveridge.] [Aug. 1953.] [2] +6 p. il. (Human Nutrition 

and Home Economics Bureau.) * Paper, 5c. • Item 11 

L. C. card Agr 53-256 A 1.77 : 30 

Leaflets. • Item 12 A 1.35: (nos.) 

14623 341. Meadow spittlebug, how to control it; [prepared by F. W. Poos]. [July 

1953.] 4 p. il. ([Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau.]) 'Pa- 
per, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-231 

14624 348. Velvethean caterpillar, how to control it; [prepared by Division of Cereal 

and Forage Insect Investigations. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quar- 
antine]. [Julv 1953.] 4p.il. * Paper, 5c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-252 

14625 Let ns use our abundance for higher standard of living, address by John 

H. Davis, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture in charge of commodity 
marketing and adjustment and president of Commodity Credit Corpora- 
tion, at meeting of Iowa Beef Producers Association, Cedar Kapids, 
Iowa, July 31, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 1.40 : D 29/8 

14626 Management, agriculture's top problem [address by Secretary of Agricul- 

ture, Ezra Taft Benson at annual meeting of Nebraska Stoekgrowers 
Association, Omaha, Nebr., June 11, 1953]. [1953.] 15 leaves, 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 1.40 :B 44/16 

Marketing research reports. • Item 13-B A 1.82 : (nos.) 

14627 40. Establishing national consumer panel from probability sample, [prepared by 

Market Research Corporation of America under contract as authorized by 
Agricultural marketing act of 1946 (RMA, title 2) : edited for publication 
by Bureau of Agricultural Economics]. June 1953. [1]+2S p. il. 4° 
* Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-237 

14628 42. Views of independent froeers on wholesaler-retailer relations : [by John C. 

Bouma and Martin Kriesberg], June 1953. cover title, vi + 49 p. il. 4" 
(Production and Marketing Administration.) * Paper. 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-226 

14629 43. Marketing of milk in Louisville area under Federal regulation [with list of 

literature cited : by Gertrude G. Feolsch.] June 1953. cover title, vi + 323 
p. il. 4° (Production and Marketing Administration.) 'Paper, 51.25. 
L. C. card Agr 53-246 

14630 44. Packaging and displaying meats in self-service meat markets; [by Edward M. 

Harwell. Dale L. Anderson. Paul F. Shaffer, and Robert H. Knnwles]. 
June 1953. cover-title, iv + 86 p. il. 1 pi. 4° [Another illustration on 
p. 1 of cover.] * Paper, 50c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-227 

14631 45. Visual Inspection of products for surface characteristics in grading oper- 

ations ; [by Donald G. Malcolm and E. Taul DeGarmo], June 1953. cover 
title, vi + 57 p. il. 4» (Production and Marketing Administration.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with University of California Institute of Engineering 
Research.] * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-228 

14632 46. Detergents, emulsiflers, and emulsion products as market outlets for fats 

and oils [with bibliographies; bv Morris W. Sills and Harry O. Doty, jr.]. 
June 1953. viii + 31 p. il. 4« • Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-248 

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September 1953 14648 

Marketing research reports — Continued 

14633 47. Candling, sizing, packing, and materials-handling equipment and methods 

used in egg assembly plants; [by Norman G. Paulbus and Frank P. Delle 
Donne], June 1'.I53. cover title, [l]4-vi + S0 p. il. 4" (Production and 
Marketing Administration.) * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-247 

14634 48. Improving perlormance of retail food store cashiers through better training : 

[by Martin Krlesberg]. June 1953. iv + 45 p. 11. 4° (Production and 
Marketing Administration, Marketing and Facilities Research Branch.) 

* Paper, 25c. 

L. C. card Agr 53-229 

14635 49. Apple handling methods and equipment In Pacific Northwest packing and 

storage houses; [by Earl W. Carlsen, D. Lovd Hunter, Raoul S. Duerden, 
and Joseph F. Herrick, jr] June 1953. cover title, xv + 302 p. 11. 4° 
(Production and Marketing Administration, Marketing and Facilities Re- 
search Branch.) [Prepared in cooperation with Washington State Apple 
Commission's Research Department. Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 
J1.50 
L. C. card Agr 53-255 

14636 50. Cotton handling guide for warehouse managers and foremen [with list of 

suggested references ; by Jo Brice Wilmeth, Alan W. Steinberg, and 
Charles D. Bolt]. June 1953. cover title, v + 78 p. il. 4° (Production and 
Marketing Administration, Marketing and Facilities Research Branch.) 

* Paper, 40e. 
L. C. card Agr 53-238 

14637 51. Fibers, opinions and practices among manufactures of cordage and twine, 

[by National Analysts, Inc., under contract as authorized by Agricultural 
marketing act of 1946 (title 2) ; reviewed and prepared for publication by 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics], June 1953. cover title, 98 p. 4° 

• Paper, 45e. 

L. C. card Agr 53-258 

14638 52. Marketing liquid sugar; [by Frederick J. Poats]. June 1953. cover title, 

lv-j-76 p. il. 4° (Production and Marketing Administration.) [Text on 
p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-249 

14639 53. Establishment of central market butter prices in Chicago and New York 

[with list of references : by Robert W. March and Louis Herrmann]. June 
1953. cover title, iv + 86 p. il. 4» (Production and Marketing Adminis- 
tration.) [Text and another illustration on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] • Paper, 
45c. 
L. C, card Agr 53-261 

14640 Officials of Department of Agriculture; [list]. Revised [July 20, 1953]. 

[1953.] 2 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t A 1.2 : Of 2/953-3 

14641 Our course is clear, address by John H. Davis, director of commodity 

marketing and adjustment and president of Commodity Credit Corpo- 
ration, before American Seed Trade Association, meeting at Waldorf- 
Astoria Hotel, New York, N. Y., June 29, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 1.40 :D 29/5 

14642 Pointing with pride, address by Ezra Taf t Benson. Secretary of Agriculture, 

before convention of American Poultry and Hatchery Federation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis., July 30, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

A 1.40 : B 44/18 

Program aid PA (series), t • Item 14 A 1.68: (nos.) 

14643 225. How to reduce losses from phony disease of peaches ; [prepared by Phony 

Peach and Peach Mosaic Control Project, Entomology and Plant Quaran- 
tine Bureau]. -May 1953. 8 p. il. narrow 8° [Supersedes PA-llO.) 
14G44 226. Recipes for quantity service; [by Georgia Schlosser, Velma Chapman and 
Eleanor Geissenhainer]. July 1953. 31 p. il. oblong 12" (Food serv- 
ice 8 : Human Nutrition and Home Economics Bureau.) 

14645 228. Abstracts of recent published material on soil and water conservation, July 

1953: [prepared by J. H. Stalllngs]. [1953.] [2] + xiv + 56 + v. p. 4" 
(Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau.) [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Soil Conservation Service.] 

14646 231. Control of white pine blister rust in Northeastern States, Aug. 1953 ; [pre- 

pared by C. C. Perry]. [1953.] 7+[l] p. il. narrow 8" ([Entomology 
and Plant Quarantine Bureau.]) 

14647 Remarks of Whitney Gillilland, assistant to secretary at North Central 

Association meeting of secretaries, commissioners, and directors of 
agriculture, Custer, S. Dak., July 16, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 1.40 :G 41 

14648 Solid future for agriculture, True D. Morse, Under Secretary of Agriculture, 

address, National Fertilizer Association, 28th annual convention, June 16, 
1953, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. [1953.] 11 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 1.40 : M 83/4 

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14649 Government Publications 

Statistical bulletins. • Item 15 A1.34:(nos.) 

14649 126. Commercial vegetables for fresh market, acreage, production, value revised 

estimates, 1939-50, by seasonal groups and States; [prepared by Irvin 
Holmes, George D. Harrell, George B. Strong, Lucille McKeever and 
State statisticians under supervision of Reginald Royston], May 1953. 
cover title, [1] + 149 p. il. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) 
* Paper,35c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-239 

14650 131. Grain futures statistics, 1921-51 [with list of Other reports and publica- 

tions], July 1953. cover title, iii+91 p. 4° (Commodity Exchange 
Authority.) * Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-242 

14651 132. Vegetables for commercial processing, acreage, production, value, revised 

estimates, 1918-50, by States; [prepared by Irvin Holmes, Thorland R. 
Hall, Oakley M. Frost, and State statisticians] ; June 1953. cover title, 
108 p. 4° (Agricultural Economics Bureau.) [At head of title: Com- 
mercial vegetables.] * Paper, 30c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-243 

14652 133. Farm production, disposition and income from chickens and eggs, 1909—44, by 

States and geographic divisions, revised estimates ; [prepared by E. Smith 
Kimball, Paul W. Smith, and Robert F. Moore, with assistance of State 
agricultural statisticians]. July 1953. cover title, [l] + 98p. 4° (Agri- 
cultural Economics Bureau.) * Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card Agr 53-241 

14653 Teamwork in field of food distribution, address by John H. Davis, director 

of commodity marketing and adjustment and president of Commodity 
Credit Corporation, at 54th annual convention of National Association 
of Retail Grocers at Chicago, 111. June 18, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 1.40 :D 29/6 

Technical bulletins. • Item 16 

14654 1052. Classification of Ortheziidae [insert], [1953.] 

to be inserted after p. 78.] t 

14655 1070. Stastistical analyses relating to feed-livestock economy [with list of litera- 

ture cited] ; by Richard J. Foote. June 1953. [2] +41 p. il. (Agricul- 
tural Economics Bureau.) [Supplements Technical bulletin 1061.] 
* Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card Agr 63-260 

14656 What kind of agriculture do we want? address by John H. Davis, Assistant 

Secretary of Agriculture in charge of commodity marketing and adjust- 
ment and president of Commodity Credit Corporation, before 34th 
annual Conference for Teachers of Vocational Agriculture, Michigan 
State College, East Lansing, Mich., July 28, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 1.40 :D 29/7 

14657 Where farm policy is born, address by Assistant Secretary of Agriculture 

J. Earl Coke at Missouri Balanced Farming Action Day program, Chari- 
ton County, Mo., July 28, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

A 1.40 : C 66/5 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT LIBRARY 

Library list, f • Item 95-A 

14658 60. Rural health, annotated list of selected references. June 1953 ; [prepared by 

Helen L. Johnston and Elsie S. Manny]. 11953.] 83 p. 4° [Prepared 

by Agricultural Economics Bureau in cooperation with Public Health 

Service.] 

L. C. card Agr 53-234 A 17.17 : 60 



A 1.36: (nos.) 
1 pi. [Consists of plate 



AIR FORCE DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 



Air Force letter AFL (series). 



[Issued with perforations.] t 

D 301.24: (nos.) 

14659 11-3. Administrative practices : "U. S. Government memorandum of call", 

standard form 63 : Aug. IS, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

14G60 34—115. Personnel services: Dependents' information on the Azores; Aug. 5, 
1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 

14661 70-102E. Procurement and contracting: Amendments to AFM 70-6 (effective 
until Aug. 13. 1904. unless sooner rescinded or superseded.) ; July 31, 
1!)53. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

14G62 176-8. Nonappropriated funds: Utilization and distribution of nonappropri- 
ated military welfare funds within continental United States, fiscal 
year 1954 (effective until July 29. 1904, unless sooner rescinded or 
superseded) : July 29. 1903. [1953.] 3 p. 4° (Armv Dept., Circular 
63.) [Supersedes DA circular S8/AFL 176-8, Oct. 13, 1952, and 
par. 14, APR 170-2.] 



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September 1953 



Air Force manual AFM (series). 
14663 67—1. USAF supply manual: [v. 11, Reserve forces procedures] ; July 1, 1953. 
[1933.] v+[32] p. 4° [Issued In loose-leaf form, with marginal Index 
tabs on blank cardboard, showing titles.] t • Item 42] 
L. C. card 53-63321 D 301.7 : 67-1/v.ll 



Air Force pamphlet AFP (series). 



D 301.35: (nos.) 



14666 
14667 



14686 
14687 

14688 
14689 
14690 

14691 
14692 
14693 



5-2-1. See Army Department pamphlet 20—24. 

5-2-1A. Publications: 6th edition, USAFI catalog, Change; June 11, 1953. 

[1953.1 1(. * 
34-1-9A. Personnel services: Personal affairs guide (Soldiers' and sailors' civil 

relief act). Change; July 30. 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° t 
34—1-15. Same: Personal affairs guide (counseling, post-service employment) : 

July 15, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4« [Supersedes AFP 34-1-15, Nov. 17, 

1952.] t • Item 421-A 

Ur Force regulation AFR (series). [Issued with perforations.] J 

D 301.6: (nos.) 

5-2A. Publications : Numerical index of administrative publications. Change; 

July 1, 1953. [1953.] 18 p. 4° [Processed. Supersedes AFR 5-2A, 

June 1, 1953.] 

Same : Pilots' and flight crews' Information files : Aug. 11, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. 4 [Supersedes AFR 5-13. Jan. 19, 1950] 
Same: Periodicals issued by headquarters USAF; Aug. 10, 1953. 

[1953.] 5 p. 4° 
Foims: Numerical index of forms utilized by Air Force: July 1, 1953. 

[1953.] 76 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 9-2. Apr. 1. 1953.] 
Personnel: Participation of Air Force in fund-raising campaigns: Aug. 

6. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 30-7. Apr. 11, 1951] 
Same : Casualty reporting and notification, Change ; Aug. 11, 1953. 

2 p. 4» 

Personnel services : Wearing of civilian clothes when traveling through 

or visiting in foreign countries : July 16. 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4 (Army 

Dept.. Special regulations 600-225-10.) [Supersedes AFR 34-25, SR 

600-225-10, Apr. 21. 1950.] 

Same: Air Force sports program; Ane. 14. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 

[Supersedes AFR M4-47. Feb. 20. 1952.] 
Military personnel : Excused from dutv report. AF form 1S3A-1-RCS. 
4- AF-P1, and individual sick slip, DD form 6S9 ; July 30, 1953. 
[1953.] 6 p. 4° 
Same : Leaves of absence and delays en route. Change ; Aug. 13, 1953. 

[1953.] 4 p. 4° 
Samn : Service awards, medals, ribbons, and devices; July 31. 1953. 
[1953.] 15 p. il. 4° [Supersedes AFR 35-50, Mar. 16. 1951, includ- 
ing Chances 35-50A to D, May 11. 1951-Feb. 27. 1952.) 
Same: Badges, Change ; Aug. 11, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Same: Tort accounting units. Change: July 24, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Officer personnel : Effectiveness and training reports (effective Nov. 15, 
1953) ; Aug. IS, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 36-10, 
Jan. 8. 1952. including Changes 36-10A. Apr. 2S, 1952, and 36-10B, 
Aug. 20. 1952. and AFL 36-50, Dec. 2. 1952.] 
Same: Designation of aviation medical examiner, flight surgeon, and 
flight nurse: Aug. 3. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4- [Supercedes AFR 36- 
32. May 31, 1950. Including Change 36-32A, Nov. 28. 1950.] 
Same: Return to firing status; July 31. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 
[Supersedes AFL 36-45, July 30, 1952. Including Change 36— I5A, 
Jan. 20, 1953.] 
Enlisted personnel : Disposition of persons who fraudulently enlist In Air 
Force; Aug. 4, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 39-21, 
Mar. 31, 1949. including Changes 39-21A, May 25, 1951. and 39-21B, 
Jan. 16, 1953.] 
Same : Application for assignment to FSAF Securitv Service : Julv 24, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR 35.53. Nov. 21, 1949. 
including Changes 33-53B, Jan. 11 and Mar. 10. 1950.] 
40^JA. Civilian personnel : Civilian personnel procedures, Changes ; Aug. 5. 

1053. [1953.] 3 p. 4° 
45—35. Reserve forces: Service obligations under sec. 4 (d). Universal military 
trninins and service act; Aug. 6, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Super 
sedes AFR 39-37, Apr. 11. 1052.] 
55— 6A. Operations : Operational readiness reports, Change ; Aug. 5, 1953. 1953. 

1 p. 4» 
55-10. Same : Monthly combat operations reports, RCS. AF-YII ; Aug. 14, 1953. 

[1953.] 12 p. 4° 
55-83. Same: Aircraft (including armament) and crew status reports, RCS. 
AF-V14 ; July 30, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR 55-S3. 
Sept. IS. 1952.] 
62-2A Flying safety : Air Force aircrew checklists, Change ; Aug. 10, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. 4» t 
62-10. Same : Aircraft operation and movement on ground or water : Aug. 4. 
1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4° [Supersedes AFR 62-10. Aug. 22, 1952.] 
65-112. Maintenance engineering and supply : Report of estimated advance 
availability of piloted and pilotless aircraft for movement and as- 
signment RCS AMC-A20 : Aug. 17. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4" [Super- 
sedes AFR 65-112, July 14. 1950.] 



14669 


5-13. 


14670 


5-33. 


14671 


9-2. 


14672 


30-7. 


14673 


30-11B. 


14674 


34-25. 


14675 


34-47. 


14676 


35-10. 


14677 


35-22A. 


14678 


35-50. 


14679 
14680 
14681 


35- c 0B. 
35-99A. 
36-10. 


14682 


36-32. 


14683 


36-77. 


146S4 


39-21. 



39-55. 



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Government Publications 





Air Force 


14G94 


B6-13A. 


14(505 
14096 


00-14A. 
G7-5. 


14007 
14098 


07-1 3A. 
C7-83A. 


14099 


75-10. 


14700 


75-73. 


14701 


75-75B. 


14702 


75-82. 


14703 


75-88. 



14704 75-90. 



14700 
14707 



14721 
14722 



85-10. 
87-7. 



14708 


95-8. 


14709 


100-19. 


14710 


100-51. 


14711 


102-10A. 


14712 


125-39B. 


14713 


147-7B. 



14715 


1G0-S0A. 


14710 


171-10A. 


14717 


177-13. 


14718 


182-4. 


14719 


1S2-7A. 



ino-sA. 

190-10. 



1172.'! 205-0. 



205-31. 

400-5. 



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regulation AFR (series) — Continued 

Maintenance, engineering: Air Force-National Guard maintenance pro- 
gram, Change ; July 24, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

See Army Department, Army regulations 750-11. 

Supply: Cataloging at or prior to time of procurement; July 31, 
1958. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

Same: Orthopedic footwear, Change: Aug. 14. 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" 

Same : Unit and base authorization lists, RCS AF-S32, Change ; Aug. 
18. 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4» 

Transportation : Utilization of regulated domestic freight forwarders 
authorized for Army and Air Force traffic; July 30, 1953. [1903.] 

2 p. 4» (Army Dept., Special regulations 55-155-81.) 

Same: Excess costs on shipments of household goods: Aug. 17, 1903. 
1953. 1 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 75-73, July 3. 1953.] 

Same: Transportation requests, Change; Aug. 12, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
4° 

Same : Transportation of personnel via air taxi operators within con- 
tinental United States; Aug. 17, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

Same: Highways for national defense; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 11. 
4° (Army Dept., Army regulations 55-80; Navy Dept., BUDOCKS 
Inst 11210.1). 

Same: Coordination procedure for special air pickups (pilot pickup) : 
July 30. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 70-12, Feb. 23, 
1950, including Change 76-12A, Sept. 14, 1950.] 

Motor vehicles : Inventory control and reporting (effective Sept. 1, 
1953), Change ; Aug. 6, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° 

See Army Department, Army regulations 210-20. 

Real estate : Use of Air Force installations by other than Air Force 
aircraft ; July 27, 1953. [1953.1 8 p. 4» [Supersedes AFR's 55-20, 
May 17, 1950, Including Change 55-20A. Julv 28, 1950, and 87-7, 
July 1, 1949, Including "Changes 87-7A, Nov. 23, 1949, and 87-7B, 
Feb. 2, 1951.1 

Photography : Requests for aerial photography ; Aug. 14, 1953. [1903.] 

3 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR's 90-S, Aug. 22, 1952, and 95-9, Nov. li, 
1949.] 

Communications: Standard ground control approach frequency assign- 
ments : Aug. 3, 1953. 1903. 1 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR 100-19, Mar. 
20, 1903.] 

Same: Provision of cryptologic equipment; July 31, 1953. [1953.] 
2 p. 4° * 

Communications systems: Base nontactieal radio communications sys- 
tem, Change : July 30, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR 102- 
16A, Mar. 25, 1953.] 

Provost marshal activities : Retention of war trophies and registration 
of war trophv firearms. Change ; July 29. 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" 
(Navy Dept. OPNAV INST 0800.4, [Change] 2.) 

Exchange service : General policies, effective Nov. 1, 1953, Change ; 
July 24, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° (Army Dept., Army regulation 
60-10, Changes 2.) [Supersedes AFR 147-10/AR 60-35, July 10, 
1900.] 

Same: Oversea exchanges; July 24. 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4» (Army 
Dept., Special regulations 00-10-2.) [Supersedes SR 00-10-2/AFR 
147-9. May 12. 1950, including Changes 1 /147-9A-3/147-9C, Jan. 
10. 1951-May 9. 1902, and SR 60-llo-l/AFR 147-0, Mar. 19, 1902, 
including Changes 1/147-OA, June 10, 1902.1 

Medical service : Outpatient report, DD Form 444, RSC AF-M3, Change ; 
July 31, 1903. 1903. 1 p. 4«° t 

Statistical services: Classification and audit rosters, RCS AFP 7, 
Change ; Aug. 10, 1953. 1903. 1 p. 4° 

Accounting: Charges on transportation requests, hills of lading, and 
meal tickets; Aug. 4, 1903. [1953.] 8 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 
172-47, Mar. 30, 1950.] 

See Army Department, Special regulations 65-15-1. 

Postal service: Penalty mail. Change: July 10, 1903. 1953. 1 p. 4° 
(Army Dept., Special regulations 340-10-1, Change 1.) 

Same: Money order service; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 19 p. 4" (Army 
Dept., Special regulations 65-50-5.) [Supersedes SR 65-60-5, Apr. 
13, 1951.] 

See Army Department, Army regulations 360-80. 

Public relations: Release of information on accidents; Aug. 11, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Supersedes AFR 190-10, Feb. 4, 1952, including 
Change 190-10A, Mar. 25, 1952.] 

Security: Industrial security: Aug. 14, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° [Su- 
persedes AFR 200-9, Apr. 30, 1952. including Changes 200-9A, June 
30, 1952, nnd 205-9B, Jan. 22, 1953, AFR" 205-17. July 21. 1952, 
including Change 205-17A, Nov. 3, 1952, AFR 205-1S, July 21, 1952, 
and AFR 205-41, July 7, 1952.] 

Same: Command inspections of cryptographic accounts: July 29, 1953, 
1953. 1 p. 4" [Supersedes AFR 205-31. June 30, 1952.] 

Logistics : Cross-hauling ; Aug. 10, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

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September 1953 14737 

14726 Application of developmental approach, [by John P. Foley, jr., and Roy V. 

Lof] ; Is developmental approach giving you trouble'.' [by Henry J. Duel]. 
[Scott AFB, 111., Apr. 25, 1902.] cover title, 19 p. 11. 12° [Reprinted 
from Training analysis and development information bulletin, v. 2, no. 
1, spring, 1951, and v. 2, no. 3, fall, 1951.] i D 301.38/2a : 1) 492 

Research bulletins. (Human Resources Research Center, Air Training 
Command, Lackland Air Force Base.) ± D 301.36/3: (nos.) 

14727 53-1. Perception of body position, effect of speed, magnitude and direction of 

displacement on accuracy of adjustment to upright position [with list 
of references! ; 1>J" Edwin A. Fleishman. Jan. 11)53. v+17 p. il. 4° 
(Project 500-020-0003; 3301st Research & Development Group, Per- 
ceptual and motor Skills Research Laboratory.) [Processed. Some of 
of the panes are printed as leaves. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

14728 53-2. Relative predictive efficiency of multiple regression and unique pattern 

techniques [with list of references] ; bv Joseph A. Tucker, jr. [Lack- 
land Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 1053. vi + 25 p. 4" 
(Project 503-001-0015 ; 3300th Research & Development Group, Per- 
sonnel Research Laboratory.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61833 
14720 53-9. Evaluation of 2 psychomotor tests for prediction of success in primary 
flying training [with list of references] ; by Edwin A. Fleishman. May 
1053. iv + 20 p. il. 4° (Project 5oo-(i2o-0()03 : 65(>lst Research and 
Development Group, Perceptual and Motor Skills Research Laboratory.) 
[Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61SS8 

14730 53-12. Number of common elements and consistency of reinforcement in discrim- 

ination learning task [with list of references] : by Robert Stanton 
French, n. p. June 1953. cover title, p. 25-34, il. 4° ([Project 509- 
010-0001.]) [Text on p. 2 and 3 of cover. Reprinted from Journal 
of experimental psychology, Jan. 1953, v. 45, no. 1.) 1 

14731 53-13. Factor analysis of intra-tasU performance on 2 psychomotor tests [with 

list of references] ; by Edwin A. Fleishman, n. p. June 1953. cover 
title, p. 45-55, 4° [Project 500-020-0003.] [Text on p. 2 and 3 of 
cover. From Psychometrika, Mar. 1953, v. 18, no. 1.] 

Research review. (Human Resources Research Center, Air Training 
Command, Lackland Air Force Base.) [Processed.] % 

14732 53-1. Anticipating tomorrow's maintenance job [with list of references] : by 

Robert B. Miller. Mar. 1953. v + 21 p. il. 4° (Project 507-OOS-0001 ; 
3303d Research and Development Group, Technical Training Research 
Laboratory. Human Resources Research Center, Air Training Command, 
Chanute Air Force Base, 111.) [Prepared in cooperation with American 
Institute for Research.] 
L. C. card 53-61710 D 301.36/4 : 53-1 

Technical reports. (Human Resources Research Center, Air Training 
Command, Lackland Air Force Base.) [Processed.] t 

D 301.36/2: (nos.) 

14733 53—1. Prediction of achievement in communications officer course at Scott Air 

Force Base ; by Willys \V. Folsom and Lonnie D. Valentine, jr. Jan. 1953. 
lii + 4 p. il. 4° (Project 503-001-0018 ; 3300th Research & Development 
Group, Personnel Research Laboratory.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61062 

14734 53-4. Morale as function of opportunity to register complaints [with list of 

references] ; by Leslie J. Brig^'s and Robert M. Roe. Mar. 1053. lv + 7 
p. il. 4° (Project 507-009-003: 3303d Research & Development Group, 
Technical Training Research Laboratory, Human Resources Research 
Center, Air Training Command, Chanute Air Force Base, 111.) [Text 
on p. 2 of cover. ] 
L. C. card 53-61063 

14735 53-5. Comparison between 8-week and 12-week basic training programs [with list 

of references] ; Robert G. Smith, jr. Mar. 1953. iii + 4 p. 4° (Proj- 
ect 503-004-0001 : 3300 Research and Development Group, Personnel 
Research Laboratory.) [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 
L. C. card 53-61964 

ALIEN PROPERTY OFFICE, Justice Dept. 

14736 Annual report, Office of Alien Property, Department of Justice, fiscal vear 

1952. [1953.] viii + 124 p. [Also issued as H. doc. 143, 83d Cong. 1st 

sess.] t • Item 720 

L. C. card 44-40804 J 22.1 : 952 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

14737 Report on incidence of anthrax in animals in United States for June 1953. 

July 15, 1953. 1 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 77.202 : An S 

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14738 Government Publications 

1473S Supplement to Directory of Bureau of Animal Industry, 1052, [list of] State 
officials in charge of animal disease control (alphabetized by States). 
[1953.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] | 
L. C. card Agr 10-511 A 77.221 : 952/supp. 

APPRENTICESHIP BUREAU, Labor Dept. 

14739 National apprenticeship standards, photoengravers, commercial establish- 

ments [with list of other publications available] ; formulated by Ameri- 
can Photoengravers Association and International Photoengravers' Union 
of North America. 1953 edition [1953.] cover title, [2] leaves+25 
p. il. 12° [Another illustration on p. 1 of cover.] t • Item 748 
L. C. card L 53-162 L 23.2 : P 56/2/953 

14740 National apprenticeship standards, photoengravers, newspaper publish- 

ing business [with list of other publications available] ; formulated by 
American Newspaper Publishers Association and International Photo- 
Engravers' Union of North America in cooperation with Bureau of 
Apprenticeship. 1953 edition. [1953.] cover title, 27 p. il. 12° [An- 
other illustration on p. 1 of cover and text on p. 2 of cover.] f • Item 
748 
L. C. card L 4S-44 L 23.2 : P 56/953 

14741 What are your plans for the future? apprentice training offers security, 

promising future, for returning serviceman. [1953.] [l]+9 p. il. nar- 
row 12" t • Item 748 L 23.2 : P 69/2 

ARMED FORCES INFORMATION AND EDUCATION OFFICE, 
Defense Dept. 

Armed Forces talk (series). * Paper, $1.50 a yr. (36 issues), 50c. addi- 
tional for foreign mailing; single copy, 5c. • Item 312 D 2.7 : (nos.) 

14742 449. Rumor has it; [July 10, 1953]. [1953.] 10+ [2] p. 11. 4° [Replaces 

AFT 350, titled Stop that rumor.] 

14743 450. Background report on world affairs (Apr-June 1953) ; [July 17, 1953]. 

[1953.] 14+ [2] p. il. 4» 

14744 451. It's your future [choosing career in Armed Forces; July 24, 1953]. 

[1953.] 14+ [2] p. 11. 4° 

P. G. (series). 

14745 11. Pocket guide to Turkey; June 1953. [1953.] lv + 96 p. il. small 4° 

([Army Dept.; DA Pam 20-182.]) [Text and other Illustrations on 
p. 1-4 of cover. The last two pages are left blank to be used for notes.] 
* Paper, 30c. • Item 314 D 2.8 : T 84 

ARMY DEPARTMENT, Defense Dept. 

14746 Army procurement procedure, Changes 10, May 15, 1953. [1953.] [161] p. 

4° [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 60c. • Item 327-A 

D 101.6 : P 94/ch.lO 

Army regulations AR (series). [Issued with perforations.] • Item 323 
(no. 750-11, Changes 2, not sent to depository libraries when this Catalog 
went to press.) 

14747 10-260. Organization and functions: Corps of Engineers, Changes 3; Aug. 5, 

1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. M 101.9 : 10-260/ch.3 

14748 35-1525. Finance and fiscal : Reenlistrnent bonus, Changes 3 ; July 30, 1953. 

1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 35-1525,'3/ch.3 

14749 35-1570. Same : Rewards and expenses of apprehension and return to military 

control of members absent without leave, deserters, and escaped mili- 
tary prisoners, costs of confinement of militarv prisoners in non- 
militarv facilities, Changes 1 ; Julv 29, 1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9: 35-1570/4/ch.l 

14750 35-1820. Same: Collections, stopp.-iges, forfeitures, fines, and detention of pay, 

Changes 1 ; Aug. 17, 1903. 1953. 1 p. 'Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 35-1820/2/ch.l 

14751 37-71. Financial administration: Operations of Army industrial funds for 

Industrial and commercial type installations; Aug. 7, 1953. [1953.] 
11 p. * Paper, 10c. D 101.9 : 37-71 

14752 40-605. Medical service: Neuropsychiatry, Changes 2; Aug. 4. 1953. 1953. 

1 p. • Paper. 5c. M 1M1.9: 40-G05/ch.2 

14753 55-80. See Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 75-8S. 

14754 55-123. Transportation and travel : Transportation of personnel via air taxi 

operators within continental L'uited States; Aug. 17, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. • Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 55-123 

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Army reflations AR (series) — Continued 

14755 60-10. Exchange service : General policies, effective Nov. 1, 1953, [Changes] 2 ; 

July 24, 1953. [1053.] 4 p. (Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 
147-7B.) [Supersedes AR 60-35/AFR 147-10. July 15, 1050.] 

• Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : G0-10/2/ch.2 

14756 135-366. Reserve components : Recreational service support, annual training 

periods for National Guard ot United States, Army Reserve, and 
ROTC units; Aug. 3, 1053. 1953. 1 p. [Supersedes AR 135-306. 
June 14, 1950.] • Paper, 5c. D 101.0 : 135-366/2 

14757 140-105. Army Reserve : Appointment of Reserve Commissioned officers and Re- 

serve warrant officers of Army, Changes 1 ; Aug. 14, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

• Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 140-105/2/ch.l 

14758 210-20. Installations : Master planning ; July 31, 1953. [1953.] 8p.il. (Air 

Force Dept.: Air Force regulation 85-10.) [Supersedes AR 210- 
20/AFR 85-10. Mar. 31. 1948. including Changes 3 S5-10A and 4 
85-10B, Jan. 19, 1951 and May 14, 1952.] * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 210-20 

14759 220-90. Field organizations : Bands ; Aug. 18, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Together 

with. SK 220-00-1, Aug. 18, 1953, supersedes AR 250-5, Nov. 19, 
1047, including Changes 3, Aug. 31, 1951, and SR 220-90-5. June 21, 
1949.] • Paper, 5e. D 101.9 : 220-90 

14760 290-5. National cemeteries: General regulations, Changes 3; Aug. 10, 1953. 

[1953.] 4 p. • Paper, 5c. D 101.0 : 290-5/eh.3 

14761 310-11. Military pulilications : Use of copyrighted material: Aug. 11, 1953. 

[1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes par. 15. AR 310-10. May 26, 1949, and 
par. 13, SR 310-10-2, Mar. 27, 1950.] • Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9: 310-11 

14762 360-80. Public information : Release of information when more than one service 

is involved in accidents or incidents. Changes 1 ; Aug. 14, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. (Navv Dept., Ol'NAVINST 3<>40.2, Ch. 1; Air Force 
Dept., regulation 190-8A ; Coast Guard, Treasury Dept., USCG 
Commandant's circular no. 6-53.) * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 360-80/ch.l 

14763 600-101. Personnel : Commercial life insurance solicitation, effective Aug. 24, 

1953 : July 31. 1953. [1053.] 4 p. [Supersedes SR 600-100-3, Apr. 
17,1052.] * Paper, 5c. D 101.0 : 600-101 

14764 600-145. Same: stabilized assignments, Changes 1; July 31, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

• Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 600-145/ch.l 

14765 615-360. Enlisted personnel : Discharge, general provisions, Changes 1 ; Aug. 6, 

1953. 1953. 1 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 015-360/2/ch.l 

14766 615-367. Same: Discharge, resignation. Changes 1: July 24, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

[For general provisions see AR 615-360.] * Paper, 5c. 

D 101.9 : 615-367/ch.l 

14767 700-15. Supplies and equipment: Army pricing policies other than stock fund 

items : July 31, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 700-15 
1476S 700-200. Same : Sale of Quartermaster General supplies property ; July 31, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes so much of AR 30-2290. Apr. 18, 1946, 
including Changes 2 and 5. Feb. 2S, 1949 and Sept. 26, 1952, as 
pertains to general supplies items.] * Paper, 5c. D 101.9 : 700-200 

14769 750-11. Maintenance of supplies and equipment : Responsibilities of Depart- 

ments of Army and Air Force, Changes 2: Aug. 14, 1953. [1953.] 
2 p. (Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 06-14A.) [Supersedes 
Changes 1/AFR-14A, June 12, 1953.] * Paper, 5c. 

D101.9:750-ll/2/ch.2 

Circular. 

14770 63. See Air Force Department, Air Force letter 176-8. 

Civilian personnel pamphlet. [Issued with perforations.] 

14771 41-B— 1. Supervisor development program, objectives of supervision ; [July 1953.] 

[1953.] cover title, [1] + 13 p. 11. 4" [Illustrations on p. 1 and 4 of 
cover.] t D 101.37 : 41 B-l 

Pamphlets. D 101.22: (nos.) 

14772 20-24. Catalog of United States Armed Forces Institute. 76th edition. [1953.] 

v + 237 p. il. ([Navy Dept.], NAVPERS 15857; [Air Force Dept.], 
AFP 5-2-1; [Marine Corps], NAVMC 1073). [Title on cover Is: 
USAFI, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps.] J 

14773 20-162. Troop topics : Where the money goes ; Aug. 1953. [1953.] cover title, 

20 p. 11. [Text and other illustrations on p. 1-4 of cover.] 

* Paper. 15c. 

14774 20-182. See Armed Forces Information and Education Office, P. G. 11. 

14775 21-55. Helpful hints for officers and non-commissioned officers (E-7, E-6, E-5), 

ordered to Europe; June 1953. [1953.] [3] +21 p. narrow 12° t 

• Item 327 

Special regulations SR (series). [Issued with perforations.] J • Item 
328 

14776 1—120—1. Administration : Units assigned to Department of Army administra- 

tive area: July 29. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes DA memo- 
randum 3-15-1. Dec. 29, 1947.] D 101.10 : 1-120-1 

14777 10-245-1. Organization and functions : Department of Army, Office of Chief of 

Military History, Changes 1; July 30, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 11. 
D 101.10 : 10-245-1/2/ch.l 



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Government Publications 



Special regulations SR (series) — Continued 



14778 11-10 



15-20- 



14780 30-20-10 



1479G 
14797 



14800 
14801 C 

Page 12 



Army programs: Primary programs of Department of Army, pro- 
gram structure and development; Aug. G, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 
(Supersedes SR 11-10-1, Sept. 13, 1950, including Changes 1, 
May 12, 1952.1 D 101.10 : 11-10-1/3 

Boards, commissions, and committees: Procedural guide for investi- 
gating officers and hoards of officers in conducting investigations ; 
Aug 13, 1953. [1953.1 24 p. [Supersedes AR 15-20, July 30, 
1951.] D 101.10 : 15-20-1 

Food service : Refrigerated warehouse facilities fixed and prefab- 
ricated ; Aug. 12, 1953. [1953.] 18 p. [Supersedes SR 30-20- 
10, June 7, 1950, and pars. 3 and 4, SR 420-400-1, May 29, 1949.1 

D 101.10 : 30-20-10/2 

Same: Field rations: Juiv 22, 1953. [1953.] 20 p. il. [Super- 
sedes SR 30-2210-50, Jan. 11, 1949, Including Changes 1, 3, and 5, 
June 17, 1949-Nov. 6, 1951, and pars. 55 and 57, TM 10-215, 
June 24, 1948.1 D 101.10 : 30-200-1 

Subsistence supply : Procurement, storage, distribution, and inspec- 
tion of nonperishable subsistence, Changes 1 ; Aug. 10, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. D 101.10 : 31-205-5/ch.l 

Same: Commissary operating statement (reports control symbol 
QMG— 1 (Rl) ) ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. [Supersedes par. 
92, TM 10-215, June 24, 1948. DA message WCL-24045, July 3, 

1949, and teletype GSS 500, July 1, 1949.] D 101.10 : 31-220-5 
Same : Commissaries, collection, disposition, and accounting for re- 
turnable beverage containers ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 

D 101.10 : 31-305-30 
31-330-20. Same : Commissaries, pricing and accounting for Government proc- 
essed articles, effective Aug. 1, 1953; July 23, 1953. [1953.] 4 
p. [Supersedes DA message 41-1209, Apr. 24. 1953, and so much 
of par. 5, SR 30-305-15, June 4, 1951, as pertains to sale of 
specification coffee in oversea commands.] D 101.10 : 31-330-20 

Same : Commissaries, garrison ration procedures ; July 22, 1953. 
[1953.] 11 p. [Supersedes pars. 73, 74, 75. and 76, TM 10-215, 
June 24, 1948.] D 101.10 : 31-360-10 

Same : Commissaries, field ration issue procedure ; July 22, 1953. 
[1953.] 39 p. il. [Supersedes par. 15, SR 30-20-10, June 7, 

1950, and pars, of TM 10-215, June 24, 194S, including Changes 
1, Sept. 16, 1949.] D 101.10 : 31-360-20 

[This entry number not used.] 

Same : Commissaries, inventorv procedures ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 
10 p. il. [Supersedes SR 30-370-1, Nov. 8, 1950, including 
Changes 1, June 9, 1952.] D 101.10 : 31-370-10 

Same : Commissaries, transfer of accountability ; July 22, 1953. 
[1953.] 9 p. [Supersedes SR 30-3S5-1, Feb. 19, 1951.] 

D 101.10 : 31-370-20 

Finance and fiscal : Army fiscal code, general ; July 6, 1953. [1953.] 
52 p. 4° [Supersedes SR 35-210-30, June 4, 1952, including 
Changes 1-5, Aug. 15, 1952-Jan. 29, 1953.] 

D 101.10 : 35-210-30/2 

Same : Disbursement and collections, Changes 4 ; Aug. 14, 1953. 

[1953.] 6 p. [Supersedes sec. 7, SR 35-240-35, July 21, 1950.] 

D 101.10 : 35-240-2/ch.4 

Same : Recovery of amounts due United States, Changes 2 ; July 23, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes Changes 1, Apr. 15, 1953.] 

D 101.10 : 35-680-l/ch.2 

Same : Lump-sum payment for accrued leave, Changes 1 ; Aug. 3, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 35-1020-1/eh.l 

Same : Payment of rewards, expenses of apprehension and return to 
military control of members absent without leave, deserters, and 
escaped military prisoners, and costs of confinement of military 
prisoners in nonmilitary facilities; July 27, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes SR 35-1570-1, May 14, 1953.] 

D 101.10: 35-1570-1/2 

Medical service : Medical care in naval medical treatment facilities, 
Changes 1 ; Aug. 5, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 40-505-13/ch.l 

Same: Essential technical medical data report (reports control sym- 
bol MED-35 (R3) ). effective Oct. 1, 1953 : July 21, 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. [Supersedes SR 40-1005-1, June 25, 1951.] 

D 101.10: 40-1005-1/3 

Transportation and travel: Port-bound shipments requiring Trans- 
portation Corps releases (TCR permits), expediting and tracing; 
July 24, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. il. [Supersedes TM 55-235, Aug. 
12, 1946, including Changes 2, Mar. 14, 1950, sec. 1, CTB 30, 
June 13, 1945, and CTB 4S, Oct. 28, 1945.] D 101.10 : 55-105-13 

Same : Valuation of shipments furnished to carriers ; Aug. 14, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes sec. 1, CTB 29, June 8, 1945.1 

D 101.10 : 55-105^0 

Same : Weighing of freight under agreement between carriers and 
carriers ; Aug. 5, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 101.10:55-105-50 

Same : Military guards and technical safety escorts for military ship- 
ments, Chnnges 1 ; Aug. 5, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 55-155-4/ch.l 

• Sent to Depository Libraries 



14 7S2 


31-205-5. 


14783 


31-220-5. 


14784 


31-305-30. 


14785 


31-330-20. 


147S6 


31-360-10. 


14787 


31-360-20. 


14788 
147S9 


31-370-10. 


14790 


31-370-20. 


14791 


35-210-30. 


14792 


35-240-2. 


14793 


35-680-1. 


14794 


35-1020-1. 


14795 


35-1570-1. 



40-505-13. 



40-1005 



-105-13. 



55-105-40. 



05-105-50. 
55-155-4. 



September 1953 



Special regulations SR (series) — Continued 

55-155-16. Same : Weighing of freight under agreement between carriers and 
departments, Changes 1 ; Aug. 14, 1903. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 55-155-16/Ch.l 

55-155—51. Same: Shipments by railway express, Changes 1; July 21, 1953. 
1953. 1 p. D 101.10 :55-150-51/eh.l 

55-155-81. Same: Utilization of regulated domestic freight forwarders author- 
ized for Army and Air Force traffic; July 30. 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 
(Air Force Dept., Air Force regulation 75-10.) [Supersedes SR 
55-155-81/AFR 75-10, Feb. 5, 1953.] D 101.10 : 55-155-81/2 

55-703-11. Same: Permits for oversize, overweight, or other special military 
movements on public highways, Changes 1 ; July M0, 1953. [1953.] 
2 p. D 101.10 : 55-705-11/eh.l 

60-10-2. Exchange service: Oversea exchanges, effective Nov. 1, 1933; 

July 24, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. (Air Force Dept., Air Force 
regulation 147-9.) [Supersedes SR 60-10-2/AFR 147-9, May 12, 

1950, including Changes 1, Jan. 10, 1931-Mav 9, 1952, and SR 
60-110-1/AFR 147-5, Mar. 19, 1952, including Changes 1, 
June 10, 1952.] D 101.10 : 60-10-2/2 

65—15-1. Postal service : Joint military postal procedures, guide for military 
postal clerks: July 6, 1953. [1953.] 61 p. (Navy Dept.. OFNAV 
instruction 2700.11 ; Air Force Dept., Air Force manual 1S2-4.) 
[Supersedes Post Office Department pamphlets. "The Army Mail 
Service", 1942, and "Mail Service manual, United States Navy", 
1945.] D 101.10 : 65-15-1 

65-50-5. See Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 182-21. 

140—105-1. Army Reserve : Appointment as Reserve commissioned officers of 
Army other than general officers, Changes 2 ; Aug. 14, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 140-105-l/2,/ch.2 

140-105-3. Same : Appointment of warrant officers and enlisted personnel of 
Army as Reserve commissioned officers of Army, Changes 1 ; Aug. 

14, 1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 140-105-3/2/ch.l 
140-105-9. Same: Appointment as reserve commissioned officers of registrants 

under Universal military training and service act, as amended, 
in certain Army Medical Service branches, Changes 3 ; Aug. 7, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes Changes 2, Mar. 13, 1953 and DA mes- 
sage 433940. July S, 1953.] D 101.10 : 140-105-9/2/eh.3 

140-135-5. Same: Classification of officer personnel; July 17, 1953. [1953.] 
6 p. [Supersedes SR 140-135-5, Oct. 20, 1950, including Changes 
2, Feb. 13, 1953, and SR 140-135-1, Oct. 30. 1950, including 
Changes 1, Dec. 1, 1950.] D 101.10 : 140-135-5/2 

140-137-1. Same : Initiation and maintenance of basic classification record, en- 
listed personnel; Julv 5, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes SR 
140-137-1, Dec. 12. 1931, including Changes 1, Feb. 13, 1953.] 

D 101.10 : 140-137-1/2 

140-160-1. Same: Transfers and details, Changes 1; July 23. 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. [Supersedes DA message, 418201. May 11, 1953.] 

D 101.10 : 140-160-1/2/ch.l 
Same: Officer separations, Changes 1; July 16. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes so much of DA message 110090. May 5, 1953, as per- 
tains to these regulations.] D 101.10 : 140-175-1 /2/ch.l 
Same: Enlisted separations, Changes 1 ; Aug. 7, 1903. [1953.] 4 p. 
[Supersedes DA message 40021*. Mar. 20, 1953. so much of DA 
message 416090, May 5, 1953, as pertains to these regulations, 
DA message 417051, .May 0, 1903, and sec. 5, DA circular 35, 1953.] 
D 101.10 : 140-177-1/ch.l 

210—10-26. Installations. Nutriculture gardening in oversea areas ; Aug. 19, 
1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes AR 30-2500. Nov. 18, 1947.] 

D 101.10 : 210-10-26 

210-10-30. Same: Sale of petroleum products; Aug. 12, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 
[Supersedes so much of par. 4, sec. 1 and 3, AR 30-2290. Apr. IS, 
1946, as pertain to petroleum products.] D 101.10 : 210-10-30 

220-90-1. Field organizations: Bands, organization and supervision; Aug. 18, 
1953. [1953.] lip. [Together with AR 220-90. Aug. IS, 1953, 
supersedes AR 350-5, Nov. 19, 1947, including Changes 3. Aug. 31, 

1951, and SR 220-90-5, June 21, 1949.] D 101.10 : 220-90-1 
220-205-1. Same: Duty rosters: June 23. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. [Supersedes 

AR 345-25, Apr. 10, 1947, including Changes 1 and 2, Jan. 25, 
1952 and Jan. 23, 1953.] D 101.10 : 220-205-1 

310-25-1. Military publications : Orders involving travel of military personnel : 
July 28, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. [Supersedes pars. 82-88. SR 
310-110-1, May 5, 1902. including so much of Changes 1, Nov. 

15, 1952, as pertains to par. N5.] D 101.10 : 310-25-1 
310-30-15. Same : Organization and equipment authorization tables, personnel ; 

July 10, 1953. [1953.] 24 p. [Supersedes sec. 4, SR 310-30-1, 
Aug. 1, 1949, including so much of Changes 1-3, Julv 12. 1950- 
Oct. 3, 1902, as pertains thereto, and sees. 1 and 2, SR 310-30-22. 
June 22, 1952.] D 101.10 : 310-30-15 

330—10-2. Statistical and accounting systems : Army reserve personnel and 
organizations, Changes 1; July 31, 1903. [1953.] [24] p. 

D 101.10 : 330-10-2/4 /eh. 1 

335-15-10. Reports : Reports control activities (reports control symbol CSCAP- 
123) ; July 24, 1953. [1003.] 4 p. [Supersedes SR 330-10-10, 
July 1, 1952.] D 101.10 : 333-15-10/2 

340-10-1. See Air Force Department, Air Force regulation 182— 7A. 

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Special regulations Sit (series) — Continued 

Education and training: Army War College; July 30, 1953. [1933.] 
3 p. D 101.10:350-5-4 

Same: Service school training report (reports control symbol 
CSGPO-26 (Rl)), Changes 1; July 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 350-45-1/3/eh.l 

Same: Contracts for academic instruction: July 15, 1953. [1953.] 
3 p. [Supersedes SR 350-230-5, Mar. 31, 1949.] 

D 101.10 : 350-230-5 

Same: Officer candidate courses; Aug. 6, 1953. [1953.] 26 p. 
[Supersedes SR 350-350-20, Sept. 25, 1951, including Changes 
1-4, Dec. 3, 1951-Aug. 21, 1952, reports control symbol AG-22 
(R-l), and DA message 307S01, Oct. 16, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 350-350-20/3 

Same : Training of enlisted women in field units ; Aug. 12, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. D 101.10 : 350-565-1 

Public information: Photography of distinguished visitors upon 
visits to United States Army installations and activities : Aug. 
14,1953. [1953.] 2 p. [Supersedes SR 360-5-10. Oct. 4, 1951.] 

D 101.10 : 360-5-10/2 

Military security : Armed Forces Industrial security program ; Aug. 
15. 1953. [1953.1 10 p. [Supersedes SR 380-105-1, Nov. 1, 
1950, including Changes 1-6, Jan. 17, 1951-Nov. 10, 1052.] 

D 101.10 : 3S0-405-6 

Repairs and utilities : Warehousing, Changes 1 : July 28, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. D 101.10 : 420-75-2/ch.l 

Same: Electric services, Changes 3; Aug. 6, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
[Supersedes Changes 1 and 2, Mar. 28 and Oct. 9, 1950.] 

M 101.32 : 420-405-l/ch.3 

Foreign countries : Retention of war trophies and registration of 
war trophies firearms, Changes 2; Julv 29, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 
(Navy Dept., OPNAV Inst 5800.4-C'hange 2 ; Air Force Dept., Air 
Force regulation 125-39B.) D 101.10 : 550-25-l/2/ch.2 

Personnel : Blue dress, blue mess, and evening dress uniforms for 
male personnel, Changes 1; Aug. 7, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. 11. 

D 101.10 : 600-32-10/ch.l 

Same: Privilege identification card; Aug. 12, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 
[Supersedes DA message 431024, June 26, 1953.] 

D 101.10: 600-210-65 

Same : Wearing of civilian clothes when traveling through or visiting 
in foreign countries; Julv 16, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. (Air Force 
Dept., Air Force regulation 34-25.) [Supersedes SR 600-225- 
10/AFR 34-25, Apr. 21, 1950.] D 101.10 : 600-225-10/2 

Same: Evaluation and separation for physical disability; Changes 
3; July 23, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. Supersedes Changes 1 and 2, 
Jan. 29 and July 10, 1952, par. 3b, DA circular 94. 1952, and 
parts of certain DA messages.] D 101.10 : 600-450-5/ch.3 

Same : Processing time for plivsical evaluation board cases ; July 30, 
1953. [1953.] 6 p. [Supersedes DA circular 94, Nov. 7, 1952, 
and par. 2, sec. 5, DA circular 99, Nov. 21, 1952.] 

D 101.10 : 600-450-6 

Enlisted personnel: Soldier's qualification card (DA AGO form 20) 
preparation and maintenance, Changes 2 ; July 17, 1953. [1953.] 
3 p. D 101.10: 615-25-30/ch. 2 

Same: Qualification record, enlisted personnel (DA AGO form 20) 
preparation and maintenance, Changes 2; Julv 17, 1953. [1953.] 
6 p. D 101.10 : 615-25-31/ch.2 

Same : Identification classification, assignment, and utilization of 
specialists; July 28, 1953. [1953.] 18 p. [Supersedes SR 615- 
25-38, Jan. 11, 1952, including Changes 1, Mar. 6. 1952, and 
various other publications.] D 101.10 : 615-25-3S/3 

Same : Recruiting for Regular Army, Changes 5 ; July 30, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 615-105-l/2/ch.5 

Same : Choice of service for men enlisting or reenlisting for 3, 4, 5, 
or 6 years; July 2S, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. [Supersedes SR 615- 
120-5, June 18, 1952, including Changes 2, Apr. 3, 1953.] 

D 101.10: 615-120-5/3 

Same : Selection and processing of enlisted personnel for attendance 
at service schools In continental United States. Changes 2; Aug. 
20,1953. [1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 615-215-l/ch.2 

Same: Special separation criteria; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 

D 101.10 : 615-360-5 

Same : Changes 1 ; Aug. 20, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 :615-360-5/ch.l 

Civilian personnel: Army civilian personnel overseas (reports con- 
trol symbol CSGPA-357) ; Aug. 13, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 

1 101.10:620-45-10 

Same : Preparation and submission of schedules of detail of personal 
services in connection with Department of Army annual budget 
estimates; July 29, 1953. [1953.] 24 p. D 101.10 : 620-45-15 

Supplies and equipment : Pricing Army supplies other than stock 
fund Items: July 31, 1053. [1953.] [1953.] 2 p. 

D 101.10 : 700-15-1 

Cataloging of supplies and equipment : Utilization of Federal catalog 
data; Aug. 13, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. D 101.10 : 708-5-10 



14826 


350-5-4. 


14827 


350-15-1. 


14828 


350-230-5. 


14829 


350-350-20. 


14830 


350-565-1. 


14831 


360-5-10. 


14832 


380-405-0. 


14833 


420-75-2. 


14834 


420-405-1. 


14835 


550-25-1. 


14S36 


600-32-10. 


14837 


600-210-65. 


14838 


600-225-10. 


14839 


600-450-5. 


14840 


600-450-6. 


14841 


615-25-30. 


14842 


615-25-31. 


14S43 


615-25-38. 


14844 


615-105-1. 


14845 


615-120-5. 


14846 


615-215-1. 


14847 


615-360-5. 


14848 




14849 


620-45-10. 


14S50 


620-45-15. 


14851 


700-15-1. 


14852 


708-5-10. 



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14S53 


711-15-13. 


14854 


711-45-16. 


14S55 


715-55-5. 


14856 


725-15-1. 


14S57 


725-205-15 


14S58 


735-7-2. 


14S59 


742-507-1. 


14860 


750-205-7. 


14861 


750-505-10 


14862 


780-45-10. 


14863 


780-45-22. 


14864 


785-45-5. 


14S65 


705-200-45. 



Special regulations SR (series) — Continued 

Stock control : Supply status reporting system, Army Medical Service 
list of reportable Items of property, Changes 4 ; Aug. 6, 1953. 
[1953.] 2 p. D 101.10 : 711-45-13/eh.4 

Same: Supply status reporting system, Signal Corps list of report- 
able items of property, Changes 2 ; July 23, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 711-45-16/ch.2 

Procurement of supplies anil equipment : Materiel inspection and re- 
ceiving report, Changes 5 ; Aug. 14, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 715-55-5/ch.5 

Issue of supplies and equipment : Armv Medical Service regulated 
Items; Aug. 5, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes SR 725-15-1, 
Sept. 29, 1952.] D 101.10 : 725-15-1/7 

Same : Issue of cartridge. Manic, caliber .30 to veterans' organiza- 
tions : July 15, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. [Supersedes DA letter 
(AGAO-S (M) 471) (July 25, 1952), July 30. 1952, Blank Ammu- 
nition for veterans organizations.] D 101.10 : 725-205-15 

Property accountability: Installed property; July 9, 1953. [1953.] 
18 p. [Supersedes SR 735-7-2, June 19, 1951. including Changes 
1, Oct. 21, 1952.] D 101.10 : 735-7-2/2 

Inspection of supplies and equipment : Serviceability standards for 

Chemical Corps materiel, Changes 1 ; July 27, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

D 101.10 : 742-507-1 /ch.l 

Maintenance of supplies and equipment : Quartermaster maintenance 
field oflJces, Changes 1 ; Aug. 17, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 750-205-7/ch.l 

Same : Maintenance inspections and reports, Chemical Corps materiel, 
Changes 1 ; July 27, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 750-505-10/ch.l 

Depots: Depot storage operations report (reports control symbol 
CSGLD-61 (R4)), Changes 1 ; July 27, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 7S0-45-10/2/eh.l 

Same: Dollar value status report, repair parts (reports control sym- 
bol CSGLD-5S!) ), Changes 1 ; July 31, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 

D 101.10 : 780-45-22/ch.l 

Supply installations : Financing and reporting of costs for storage 
and handling of strategic and critical materials. Changes 1 ; Aug. 
17, 1953. 1953. 1 p. D 101.10 : 7S5— 15-5/ch.l 

Supplies for foreign aid programs : Reporting on mutual defense 
assistance program operations; July 28, 1953. [1053.] 18 p. 
[Supersedes SR 795-200-45, Aug. 20, 1951, including Changes 1-3, 
Aug. 31, 1951-Apr. 2S, 1952; DF, G4/D1-50410, Aug. 11, 1952, 
and DF. G4/D1-33709, May 29, 1953.] D 101.10 : 795-200-45/3 
14S66 795-200-46. Same : Schedules and deliveries of offshore procurement items ; July 
28,1953. [1953.] 6 p. D 101.10 : 795-200-46/2 

Table of allowances. [Issued with perforations.] t 

14867 23. Targets and target equipment. Changes 3, June 17 ; 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 
[Supersedes Changes 1 and 2, Dec. 1950 and Oct. 31, 1951.] 

W 1.28 : 23/2/ch.3 

Table of organization and equipment T/O & E (series). [Issued with 
perforations.] t D 101.19: (nos.) 

1486S 3-67A. Chemical depot company ; June 28, 1953. [1953.] 15 p. il. 4« [Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes on Dec. 28, 1953, T/O & E 3-67, Dec. 
23, 1949, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 1, 1950-Dee. 30, 1952.] 

14869 3-217A. Chemical decontamination company; July 2, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 

4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 2, 1954, T/O & E 
3-217, Jan. 30, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Aug. 2S, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952.] 

14870 6-200A. Division artillery, airborne division; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 25 p. 11. 

4° [Effective' immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 
6-200, Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 8, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952.] 

14871 6— 201A. Headquarters and headquarters battery, division artillery, airborne divi- 

sion : Jan. 1. 1953. [1953.] 27 p. il. 4° [Corrected copy. Effec- 
tive immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 6-201, Apr. 
1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14872 6-225A. Airborne field artillery battalion, 105-mm howitzer, towed ; Jan. 1, 1953. 

[1953.] 13 p. il. 4° [Effective immediafley. Supersedes, on July 
1, 1953. T/O & E 6-225, Nov. 15, 1950, including Changes 1, Dec. 
30, 1952.] 

14873 6-226A. Headquarters nad headquarters battery, airborne field artillery bat- 

talion, 105-mm howitzer, towed; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 27 p. il. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 
6-226, Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 
30, 1952.] 
14S74 6-227A. Airborne field artillery batterly, 105-mm howitzer, towed; Jan. 1, 1953. 
[1953.] 17 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on July 1, 
1953, T/O & E 6-227, Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 
14. 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

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Table of organization and equipment T/O & E (series) — Continued 
14875 6-229A. Service battery, airborne flekl artillery battalion, 105-mm howitzer, 
towed, or airborne Held artillery battalion, 155— mm howitzer, towed; 
Jan. 1, 195:* [105;'..] 19 p. il. 4° [ Effective immediately. Super- 
sedes, on July 1, 1953. T/O & E 6-229, Apr. 1, 1950, including 
Changes 1-?,, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 
14870 6-235A. Airborne field artillery battalion, 155-mm howitzer, towed ; Jan. 1, 
1953. [1953.] 12 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, 
on Julv 1. 1953, T/O & E 0-235, Nov. 15, 1950, including Change 1, 
Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14877 6-230A. Headquarters and headquarters battery, airborne field artillery bat- 

talion, 155-mm howitzer, towed; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 24 p. il. 
4" [Effective immediatley. Supersedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 
5-236, Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 1950-Dec. 
30, 1952.] 

14878 G-237A. Airborne field artillery battery, 155-mm howitzer, towed; Jan. 1, 1953. 

[1953.] 16 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on July 
1, 1953, T/O & E 0-237. Apr. 1, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 14, 
1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14879 6-575. Field artillery observation battalion ; June 15, 1953. [1953.] IS p. 11. 

4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 15. 1953, T/O & E 
6-75, Nov. 16, 194S. including Changes 1-A, Sept. 8, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952, and RT 6-75-20, June 26, 1950.] 

14S80 6-576. Headquarters and headquarters battery, field artillery observation bat- 
talion ; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 26 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. 
Supersedes, on Dec. 15, 1953, T/O & E 0-76. Nov. 16, 1948, including 
Changes 1-3, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 6-76-20, June 
26, 1950.] 

148S1 6-577. Field artillery observation battery ; June 15, 1953. [1953.] 21 p. II. 4" 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 15, 1953. T/O & E 
6-77, Nov. 16, 1948, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 13, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952. and RT 6-77-20, June 26, 1950.] 

14882 8-520. Ambulance train, rail; July 18, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. il. 4° [Effec- 

tive Immediatley. Supersedes, on Jan. IS, 1954, T/O & E S-520A. 
June 3, 1951.] 

14883 S-502A. Station hospital, 50-bed, communications zone; July 9, 1953. [1953.] 

14 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 9. 1954, 
T/O & E S-562. Oct. 11, 1050, including Changes 1 and 2. Feb. 8, 
1951, and Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14884 S-563A. Station hospital, 100-bed, communications zone; July 6, 1953. 

16 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 
T/O & E 8-503. Oct. 12, 1950, including Changes 1 and 1 
1951 and Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14885 8-5G4A. Station hospital. 200-hed, communications zone : June 21, 1953. 



14S90 
14891 
14S92 



[1953.] 

6. 1954, 

Feb. S, 



[1953.] 
IS p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 21, 1953, 
T/O & E S-564. May 18, 1050, including Changes 1-3, Sept. S, 1950- 
Dec. 30, 1952.] 

Station hospital, 300 bed. communications zone : June 20, 1953. [1953.] 
22 p. 11. 4° [Effective immediatley. Supersedes, on Dec. 20. 1953, 
T/O & E 8-565, June 26, 1950, including Changes 1-3, Sept. 8. 
1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

Convalescent center, Army or communications zone ; May 21, 1953. 
[1953.] 31 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Xov. 
21. 1953, T/O & E 8-590. June 29, 1951, including Changes 1, Dec. 
30, 1952.] 

Army medical depot: July 13, 1953. [1953.] 19 p. il. 4° [Effective 
immediatley. Supersedes, on Jan. 13. 1954, T/O & E 8-667, Nov. 26, 
194S. including Changes 1-3, Aug. 29, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 
8-667-20, June 9, 1950.] 
14889 9-31GB. Headquarters, headquarters and service company, ordnance armament or 
automotive rebuild battalion (type B) ; May 6. 1953. [1953.] 16 p. 
il. 4° 
9-318B. Ordnance armament and fire control rebuild company (type B) ; May 

6,1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 
9-327B. Ordnance engine rebuild company (type B) ; May 6, 1953. [1953.] 



14S88 8-6G7A. 



12 p. 11. 4" 
10-11S. Quartermaster pack company: July 18, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. il. 4° 
[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 18, 1954. T/O & E 
10-11SA, June 16, 1951, including Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

14893 10-1 47 A. Quartermaster bakery company; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 22. 1954, T/O & E 10- 
147. Oct. 22, 194S; including Changes 1-3, Sept. 19, 1950-Dec. 30, 
1952.] 

14894 10-157A. Quartermaster sales company; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. il. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 22, 1954, T/O & E 10- 
157. Xov. 5. 194S. including Changes 1 and 2, Dec. 22, 1950 and 
Dec. 30, 1952.) 

14895 1" 167A. Quartermaster laundry company: July 6. 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 6. 1954. T/O & E 10-167, 
Dec. 7. 194s. including Changes 1-3, Sept. 19, 1950-Dec. 30. 1952- 
and RT 10-167-20. July 12, 1949.] 
14S90 10 227A. Quartermaster clothing and general supplies depot company: July 23, 
1953. [1953.1 15 p. il. 4" [Effective immediately. Supersedes. 
on Jan. 28, 1951. T/O & E 10-227. Feb. 23, 1949, including Changes 
1-3. Sept. 19, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 



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Table of organization and equipment T/O & E (series) — Continued 

10-337A. Airborne quartermaster parachute supply and maintenance company ; 
Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 23p.il.)" [ Effective immediately. Super- 
sedes, on July 1, 1953, T/O & E 10-337. Apr. 1, 1950, including 
Changes 1-3, Sept. 5, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952.] 

11— 116A. Headquarters and headquarters detachment, signal support battalion ; 
July 2, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Super- 
sedes, on Jan. 2. 1954, T/O & E 11-11G, Jan. 11, 1951, including 
Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

11-127. Signal repair company ; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 19 p. il. 4° [Effec- 

tive immediately. Supersedes, on Nov. 20, 1953, T/O & E 11-127A, 
Jan. 11, 1951, including Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

11-127B. Signal repair company (type B) ', May 20. 1953. [1953.] 18 p. il. 4° 

12-605. Army postal unit, general assignment; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 21 

p. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 22, 1954. T/O 
& E 12-0U5A, July 2, 1952, including Change 1, Aug. 18, 1952.] 

19-55A. Military police battalion; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. il. 4° 

[Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 29. 1953, T/O & E 
19-55, Apr. 11, 1949, including Changes 1-3, Nov. 14, 1950-Dec. 
30, 1952, and RT 19-55-20, Oct. 5. 1949.] 

19-56A. Headquarters and headquarters company, military police battalion ; 

June 29, 1953. [1953.] IS p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. 
Supersedes, on Dec. 29. 1953. T/O & E 19-50, Apr. 11. 1949, 
including Changes 1-3, Nov. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 19- 
56-20, Oct. 5, 1949.] 

19-57A. Military police company ; June 29. 1953. [1953.] 22 p. il. 4° [Effec- 

tive immediately. Supersedes, on Dec. 29, 1953, T/O & E 19-57, 
Apr. 11. 1949. Including Changes 1-3, Nov. 14, 1950-Dec. 30, 1952, 
and RT 19-57-20, Oct. 5, 1949.] 

33-2. Headquarters and headquarters company, special forces group, air- 

borne ; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 19 p. il. 4° 

44— 7A. Antiaircraft artillery operations detachment; July 6, 1953. [1953.] 

12 p. il. 4° [Effective immediately. Supersedes, on Jan. 6, 1954, 
T/O & E 44-7. Oct. 15, 1948, including Changes 2-4, Sept. 5, 
1950-Dec. 30, 1952, and RT 44-7-20, Apr. 3, 1950.] 

55-16A. Headquarters and headquarters company, transportation truck bat- 

talion, Army or communications zone, Change 1 ; July 15, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° 

55-17B. Transportation light truck company, Army or communications zone 

(type B) ; July 23, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. il. 4° 

55— 37A. Transportation amphibious truck company, Army or communica- 

tions zone. Change 2 ; May 29. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» [Super- 
sedes Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 

55—56. Headquarters and headquarters detachment, transportation heli- 

copter battalion, Army (tentative) ; June 28, 1953. [1953.1 18 
p. il. 4° 

55-260B. Transportation base depot company (type B) ; May 30, 1953. [1953.] 
14 p. il. 4° 

57A. Airborne division; Jan. 1, 1953. [1953.] 42 p. il. 4» [Effective 

immediately. Supersedes, on July 1. 1953, T/O & E 57, Nov. 29, 
1950, including Change 1, Dec. 30, 1952.] 



Technical manual TM (series). 



D 101.11: (nos.) 



5-5031. Generator set, electric, portable, gasoline-driven, skid-mounted, liquid- 
cooled, 5-kw, 120 volts, 2-wire direct current, Hollingsworth models, 
CE-51-DC and CE-51-DC/WK2 ; June 1953. [1953.] iii + 12 p. 11. 4" 
• Paper. 10c. O Item 329 

5—9790. Aeroquip flexible hose lines and detachable reusable fittings; June 1953. 
[1953.] cover title, [24] p. il. 4° [Contains copyright material.] ± 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION 



Note. — Publications of the Atomic Energy Commission which are for sale, other 
than those sold by the Superintendent of Documents, may he ordered from Office of 
Technical Services, Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C. All checks anil 
money orders should be made payable to the Treasurer of the United States. 

14915 Conference on use of isotopes in plant and animal research, sponsored by 

Kansas State College, Argonne National Laboratory, Isotope Division, 
USAEC, June 12-14, 1952 [papers presented with lists of references and 
bibliographies]. Apr. 1953. iv+272 p. il. 4" (TID-5098.) [Report no. 4 
of Agricultural Experiment Station, Kansas State College.] * Paper, 
$1.25. • (available to depository libraries upon request). 
L. C. card 53-63349 Y 3.At 7 : 22/TID-509S 

14916 Laboratory experiments with radioisotopes for high school science dem- 

onstrations [with bibliography] ; edited by Samuel Schenberg, reviewed 
by John H. Harley. Aug. 1953. viii+53 p. il. * Paper, 25c. • Item 1051 
L. C. card 53-63306 Y 3.At 7 : 2 R 11/18 



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14917 Government Publications 

14017 Major activities of atomic energy programs, Jan-June 1953. July 1953. 
viii+98 p. il. [Text same as 14th semiannual report of Atomic Energy 
Commission, for which see below.] * Paper, 30c. 

L. C. card 51-01705 Y 3.At 7 : 2 P 94/2/953 

NSF-tr (series). (Technical Information Service.) [Processed. Trans- 
lated from Daklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 88 and 89 (1953). Prepared 
for National Science Foundation by Russian Science Translation-Diction- 
ary Project, Columbia University, May and June 1953.] 

Y 3. At 7 : 22/NSP-tr- ( nos. ) 

14918 1. Dynamical model of general theory of electric machines ; by A. V. Gaponov. 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +5 p. 4° [June 105:; site issuance date.] 
t l'aper, 10c. 

14919 2. Theory of periodic system of the elements ; by D. Ivanenko, S. Larin. Oak 

Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 p. 4» [June 1953, site issuance date.] 
t Paper, 10c. 

14920 3. Thermal fatigue of single crystals of aluminum ; by V. I. Arkharov, S. I. 

Ignatyeva, Yu. D. Kozmanov. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +2 p. 4° 
[June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14921 4. Observations on nonlinear meson dynamics ; by D. Ivanenko, D. Kurgelaidze, 

S. Larin. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +3 p. 4» [June 1953, site 
Issuance date.l t Paper, 10c. 

14922 5. On spectroscopic determination of qnadrupole moments of nuclei; by I. I. 

Goldman. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +3 p. 4° [May 1953, site 
issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14923 6. Effect of nucleon orbits on slow neutron capture cross sections and on spin 

of odd-odd nuclei; by I. A. Vaisman. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2]+4 
p. 4° [May 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14924 7. Multiplicity in X-ray emission spectra ; by I. B. Barovsky, T. N. Galovner. 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. [19531. [2] +4 p. 4» [June 1953, site Issuance date.] 
t Paper, 10c. 

14925 8. Sound propagation In a medium -with random fluctuations of refractive index ; 

by V. Ya. Kharanen. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 p. 4° [June 1953, 
site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14926 9. Effect of plastic deformation on subsequent decomposition in aluminum alloys 

Ai-Si and Al-Mg-Si ; by N. N. Buinov. V. P. Savinvkh. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. [2] +4 p. il. 4» [June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14927 10. On the creep of soil; by Yu L. Motyler. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +3 

p. il. 4° [June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14928 11. Wave guides with nonideal walls ; by B. Z. Katsenelenbaum. Oak Ridge, 

Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 p. 4» [June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14929 12. Relations between moments of inertia and rotation frequencies of isotopic 

molecules; by L. M. Sverdlov. Oak Ridge. Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 p. 4» 
[June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14930 13. Experimental investigation and design of wave-canal antennas; by D. M. 

Vysokovsky. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 p. il. 4° [June 1953, site 
issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14931 16. Certain regularities in nuclear spin and nuclear shell model : by I. A. Vaisman. 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +8 p. 4° [May 1953, site issuance date.] 
t Paper, 20c. 

14932 17. Motion of a sphere in visco-plastic liquid dispersion system ; by N. V. Tyabin. 

dak Ridge. Tenn. [1953]. [2] +5 p. il. 4° [June 1953, site issuance 
date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14933 18. Estimate of displacements and deformations of underground gas conduits 

due to temperature: by K. S. Zarembo. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +4 
p. 11. 4" [June 1953, site issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

14934 19. An a new mechanism of plasticity of metallic solid solutions ; bv K. A. Osipon, 

S. G. Pedotov, M. G. Loziusky. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] +5 p. il. 4« 
[June 1953, site issuance date.] f Paper, 10c. 

14935 20. Wide-angle interference from quadrupole source of light ; by M. V. Fok. Oak 

Kidge, Tenn. [1953]. [2] + 5 p. 11. 4° [June 1953, site issuance date.] 

t Paper, 10c. 

1493G 14th semiannual report of Atomic Energy Commission [Jan.-June 1953]. 

July 1953. viii+98 p. il. [Also issued as S. doc. 50, S3d Cong., 1st sess.] 

• Item 1053 

L. C. card 47-3223 Y 3. At 7 : 17/14 

Unclassified documents. (Technical Information Service.) [Processed.] 

Y3.At 7 : 22/(letters-nos.) 
14937 AECU— 24S6. Determination of standard sample of C u labeled benzoic acid for| 
efficiency determinations in scintillation counting [with one ref-| 
erence] ; by D. L. Williams, A. R. Ronzio. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. 7 p. il. 4° (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.) [July 
1953 TIS issuance date.] t Paper, 10c. 

Note. — The 14th semiannual report is sold by the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments at 30c. under the title. Major activities of atomic energy programs, Jan.- 
June 1953, for which see above. 

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14938 BNL-213. 



14939 ISC 



14946 
14947 



14948 
14949 



Notes on high energy accelerator conference, Dec. 16-17, 1953 ; by 
M. Hildred Blewett. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953.] iv + 28 leaves, 
4" (Brookhaven National Laboratory.) [Jan. 1953 appears on 
title page.] t Paper, 25c. 

Sintering mechanism as applied to refractory oxides, bibliography 



1937-52; by D. R. Wilder. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 11953]. [§]+27 
p. 4° (Ames Laboratory.) [Dec. 1, 1953, appears on title 
page.] t Paper, 25c. 

Report on calculations of neutron flux distribution in reactor tank, 
reflectors and thermal column of uranium pile at Kjeller ; by 
N. Holt, H. Klepp. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 24 p. il. 4" 
(Joint Establishment for Nuclear Energy Research, Norway.) 
[1951 appears on title page.] + 

Investigation of condition of hydrogen filled TPA lonisation 
chambers; by N. Holt, M. Bogaardt. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953], 
8 p. il. 4° (Joint Establishment for Nuclear Energy Research, 
Norway.) [July 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Reactivity of JEEP as function of control plate position ; by 
M. Bogaardt. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 7 p. il. 4« (Joint 
Establishment for Nuclear Energy Research, Norway.) [Aug. 
1951 appears on title page.] $ 

Measurement of neutron densities in JEEP by activation of 
NA- CO a and absolute counting of activity [with list of refer- 
ences] ; by Kjell Steenberg. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 7 p. 
il. 4° (Joint Establishment for Nuclear Energy Research, Nor- 
way.) [1952 appears on title page.] + 

Inspection of rods in JEEP during period, Dec. 1-7, 1952 ; by J. 
Brun. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953], 11 p. il. 4« (Joint Establish- 
ment for Nuclear Energy Research. Norway.) [Original paper 
in Norwegian, dated Frondheim, Jan. 13, 1953, received Jan. 15, 
1953. Jan. 31, 1953 appears on title page.] t 

Development of large, linear jet, mercury diffusion pump having 
high pumping speeds in 10-° mm. mercury absolute pressure 
range [with bibliography] : by E. R. Lind, J. F. Steinhaus. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 44 p. il. 4° (California Research and 
Development Company.) [Jan. 13, 1953, appears on title page.] 
t Piiper, 45c. 
L. C. card 53-61479 

Mechanism of scintillation in organic crystals ; by M. Ageno, R. 
Querzoli. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 9 p. il. 4° [July 1953, TIS 
issuance date.] 

Symposium of exposed survivors held in Hiroshima, Mar. 28. 1952. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953], iv + 23 p. 4° (Hiroshima Communica- 
tions Hospital, Japan.) [July 19.j3, TIS issuance date.] t 
L. C. card 53-61708 
NSF-tr-1-13, 16-20. See, above, NSF-tr series. 



14940 JENER 



JENER-i. 



14942 JENER 



14943 JENER-8. 



14944 JENER-14. 



14945 MTA-14 



NP-2416. 



NP-4562. 



NYO-3144. 



14950 NTO-34S5. 



14951 NTO-3643. 



14952 NYO-1524. 



14953 NYO-6H 



14954 ORNL-914. 



Study of metal-ceramic interactions at elevated temperatures [with 
list of references] ; by F. H. Norton. W. D. Kingery, G. Economos, 
M. Humenik, jr. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. iv + 83 p. 11. 4° 
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology.) [Feb. 1, 1953, appears 
on title page.] t Paper, 60c. 
Progress report for Jan. -Mar. 1953 ; by R. Smoluchowski, C. Cole- 
man, L. Couling, S. Hayes, C. Haynes, Y. Y. Li. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. 6 p. 4° (Carnegie Institute of Technology.) [Relates 
to grain boundary diffusion of aluminum and copper crystals and 
small-angle X-ray scattering camera. May 15, 1953, appears 
on title page.] X 
Measurement of thermal conductivity of refractory materials [with 
lists of references and literature cited] ; by F. H. Norton, W. D. 
Kingery, M. C. McQuarrie, M. Adams, A. L. Loeb, J. Francl. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. iv + 124 p. il. 4° (Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology.) [Mar. 15, 1953 appears on title 
page.] t Paper, SOc. 
Radioactive contamination sampling by smears and adhesive discs 
[with list of references) : bv Eugene V. Barry, Leonard R. Solon. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 10 p. il. 4" (New York Operations 
Office, AEC.) [May 1953 appears on title page.] t 
Age determination of uranium minerals by Pb 210 [with bibliogra- 
phy] ; by J. Laurence Kulo, Wallace S. Broecker, Walter R. 
Eckelmann. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. (Columbia Univer- 
sity.) [July 1953, TIS issuance date.] t 
Forced convection heat transfer in thermal entrance regions, 
pt. 2 [with list of references] ; by H. F. Poppendiek, L. D. 
Palmer. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. iv+18 p. il. 4° (Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory.) [June 11, 1952, site issuance 
date.] t Paper, 25c. 



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Unclassified documents — Continued 

ORNL-1538. Determination of traces of hydrogen fluoride in inert gases [with 
list of references] ; by D. L. Manning, J. C. White. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. [2] +5-14 p. il. 4° (Oak Ridge National 
Laboratory.) [Apr. 10, 1053 appears on title page.] t Pa- 



14963 
14964 



per 



20<J. 



14956 


RME-2. 


14957 


RME-3039. 


14958 


RME-3044. 


14959 


RME-3045. 


14960 


RME-3047. 



Exploration drilling techniques on Colorado Plateau ; by John P. 
Kellogg. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1053]. 25 p. 11. 4° (Division 
of Raw Materials, AEC.) [Nov. 12, 1052 appears on title 
page.] t 

Annual report, July 1, 1052-June 30, 1953 ; by George W. Bain. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 10 p. 4» (Amherst College.) [Mar. 
1953 appears on title page.] t 

Annual report for July 1, 1952-Mar. 31, 1953 [with lists of refer- 
ences] ; by John W. Gruner, Lynn Gardiner, Deane K. Smith, Jr. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [19531. 58 p. 4° (Division of Raw Mate- 
rials, AEC.) [Apr. 1, 1953, site issuance date.] t 

Annual technical report, Apr. 1, 1952-Mar. 31, 1953 ; by C. Osborne 
Hutton. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 9 p. 4» (Stanford Uni- 
versity.) [Apr. 1, 1953, site issuance date.] t 

Petrographic Investigations of Salt Wash sediments, progress re- 
port, Dec. 1, 1952-Mar. 1, 1953 [with lists of references] ; by 
J. S. Kahn, D. W. Groff, John C. Griffiths. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. [2] +55 p. il. 4° (Pennsylvania State College.) 
[Mar. 1953 site issuance date.] t 

Synthesis of zirconium, thorium and uranium silicates, technical 
report for July 1, 1952-Mar. 31, 1953 [with list of references] ; 
by Clifford Frondel, Richard L. Collette. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. 11 + 27 p. il. 4° (Harvard University.) [Mar. 30, 
1953 appears on title page.] t 

Airborne radiometric survey of east flank of Big Horn Mountains, 
Wyoming and Montana [with bibliography] ; by E. E. Jones. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 12 p. 11. 4° (Division of Raw Mate- 
rials, AEC.) [Sept. 26, 1952 site issuance date.] t 

Uranium in Dirty Devil, Shinarump channel deposit [with bibliog- 
raphy] ; by George W. Bain. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 40 
p. II. 4° (Amherst College.) [June 1952, site issuance date.) t 
TEI-311, pt. 1, Geology of Copper King Mine area, prairie divide, Larimer 
County, Colo, [with list of literature cited] ; by Paul K. Sims 
and George Phair. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 45 p. il. 1 pi. in 
pocket, 4° [Prepared by Geological Survey. Dec. 1952 ap- 
pears on title page.] t 
Summaries of unclassified basic research in metallurgy. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 49 p. 4° [Nov. 30, 1052 appears on 
title page.] t Paper, 45c. 
L. C. card 53-63352 



RME-3048. 



14962 RME-4006 



RMO-66. 



15965 TID-4005 pt. 1. 



14966 TID-^500. Standard distribution lists for Atomic Energy Commission non- 

classified research and development reports. 6th edition. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. iv + 26 p. 4» [July 15, 1953 appears on 
title page.] t 
L. C. card 53-63350 

14967 TID-5098. See, above, Conference on use of isotopes. 

14968 UCRL— 1997. Graphical methods for determining plane trajectories in magnetic 

field : by Richard Huddlestone, Henrv Kramer. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
[1953]. [2] +30 p. 4° (Radiation Laboratory, University of 
California, Berkeley.) [Oct. 28, 1952 appears on title page.] 
t Paper, 25c. 

Electrophysiological study of some properties of vertebrate retina 
(thesis) [with bibliography] ; by Leo E. Lipetz. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn. [1953]. 135 p. il. 4" (Radiation Laboratory, University 
of California, Berkeley.) [Jan. 1953 appears on title page.] 
t Paper, 90e. 

Scintillation hand and foot counter ; bv William Goldsworthy. Oak 
Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 14 p. il. 4° (Radiation Laboratory, Uni- 
versity of California, Berkeley.) [Jan. 27, 1953, appears on 
title page.] t Paper, 20c. 
14071 UCRL-2123. Effect of baffling and Impeller geometry on interfacial area in agi- 
tated 2-phase liquid systems [with bibliography] ; by Homer Earl 
Rea, jr.. T. Vermeulen. Oak Ridge. Tenn. [1953]. [2] +109 p. 
il. 4° (Radiation Laboratory, University of California.) (Apr. 
3. 1053, appears on title page.] t Paper, 70c. 

Production of charged pi mesons by neutrons on oxygen [with list 
of references] : by Franklin C. Ford. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 
43 p. il. 4" (Radiation Laboratory, University of California, 
Berkeley.) [Mar. 20, 1953, appears on title page.] t Paper, 45c. 

High-pressure cloud-chamber investigation of protons scattered by 
300 Mev neutrons (thesis) [with list of references] ; by John De 
Pangher, jr. Oak Ridge, Tenn. [1953]. 80 p. 11. 4° (Radia- 
tion Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.) [Mar. 17, 
1953, appears on title page.] t Paper, 60c. 



14969 UCRL-20.-.G. 



14070 UCRL-20KS. 



14972 UCRL-21 is. 



14073 DCRL-2153. 



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September 1953 14993 

BUDGET BUREAU. President of United States 

14974 Design standards for construction of permanent family housing for Federal 
personnel; prepared by Housing and Home Finance Agency. [1953.] 
x+77 p. [Issued by Bureau of Budget under Budget circular A-18, 
dated June 22, 1053.] * Paper, 25c. • Item 854 
L. C. card 53-03336 Pr 34.102 : H SI 



CENSUS BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 

14975 Annual survey of manufactures. 1951. 1953. viii+253 p. il. 4" [Prepared 

under supervision of Maxwell R. Conklin, chief, Industry Division.] 

* Cloth, $2.25 • Item 134-A 

L. C. card 52-00884 C 3.24/9-2 : 951 

Business information service: 1950 census of the Americas, population 
census, urban area data. [Processed.] 

14976 2. Ecuador: bv Rose I. Glubin and F. Webster McBryde. July 1953. 6 p. il. 4" 

t Paper, 10c. C 3.211 : 2 

Census of population, 1950 : v. 2, Characteristics of population, number of 
inhabitants, general and detailed characteristics of population; prepared 
under supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, chief, Population and Hous- 
ing Division, pt. (Report of 17th decennial census of United States.) 
[Comprises series P-A, P-B, and P-C bulletins.] • Item 159 

C 3.950-7/5 : v.2/pt. (nos. ) 



10. Florida. 1952. xxxi + 307 p. il. 4° 

11. Georgia. 1952. xxxi + 350 p. il. 4" 

14. Indiana. 1952. xxxi + 290 p. il. 4° 

15. Iowa. 1952. xxxi + 238 p. il. 4» * 
24. Mississippi. 1952. xxxi + 206 p. il. 
27. Nebraska. 1952. xxxi + 204 p. il. •) 
42. Tennessee. 1952. xxxi + 328 p. il. 



* Cloth, $2.75. 

* Cloth, $2.75. 

* Cloth, $2.50. 
Cloth, $2.25. 

4» * Cloth, $2.25. 
' • Cloth, $2.25 
1° * Cloth, $2.75. 



Current population reports : Consumer income, series P-60. 

C3.1S6:P-60/(nos.) 

up 10 percent in 1951 (advance data, Apr. 1952 sample 
] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t 



10. Income of persor 

survey). [19' 

11. Income of persons in United States, 1951 

essed.j t Paper. 15c. 

12. Family income in United States, 1951. June 1953 

t Paper, 20c. 



May 1953. 32 p. il 



[Proc- 
[Processed] 



Population estimates, series P-25. 



[Processed.] 

C 3.186 : 



5/ (nos.) 
149S7 70. Estimates of population of Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Canal Zone, and 

Virgin Islands, 1950-52. July 22, 1953. 1 p. 4° [Estimates for Apr. 1 

and July 1, 1950, supersede estimates published in Series P-25, no. 52.] 

t Paper, 5c. 
149SS 77.. Provisional estimates of population of United States, Jan. 1, 1950-July 1, 

1953 (comparable estimates for each month, from May 1, 1950, to Dee. 1. 

1951, are given in Current population reports, series P-25,, no. 65). Aug. 

14, 1953. 1 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

Special censuses, series P-2S. [Processed.] t 

C3.1S6:P-28/(nos.) 
149S9 535. Special census of Riverside, Calif.. Apr. 2, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

14990 536. Special census of San Mateo, Calif., Apr. 20, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

14991 Facts for industry : Clay construction products, summary of 1952 ; prepared 

by Industry Division, Metals and Metals Products Section. July 22, 
1953. 5 p. il. 4° (Series M26B-02.) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. 

C 3.15S : M 26 B-02 

14992 Construction machinery (excavating and earthmoving equipment), 

summary for 1952 ; prepared by Industry Diviison, Metals and Metal 
Products Section. [1953.] 6 p. 4° (Series M-36A-02.) [Processed.] 
t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 36 A-02 

14993 Cotton and synthetic woven goods, finished, 1952 ; prepared by Charlie 

W.Russell. [1953.] 5 p. 4° (Series M15G-02.) [Processed.] t Pa- 
per, 10c. C 3.158 : M 15 G-^02 

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14994 Government Publications 

Facts for industry — Continued 

14994 Fatty acids, 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, Chemicals Section. 

July 21, 1053. [2] p. 4° (Series M17-l.a-02.) [Processed.] f Paper, 
10c. C 3.158 : M 17-l.a-02 

14995 iron and steel foundries and steel ingot producers, 1952 and 1951 

(report on products shipped and materials used). [1953.] [19] p. 4" 
(Series M21C-02.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Mines 
Bureau.] f Paper, lac. C 3.158 : M 21 C-02 

14996 Machine tools, 1952; prepared by Industry Division, Metals and Metal 

Products Section. [1053.] p. il. 4° (Series M34A-02.) [Processed.] 
t Paper, 10c. C 3.158 : M 34 A-02 

14997 . Metalworking machinery (except machine tools), 1952; prepared by 

Industry Division, Metals and Metal Products Section. July 29, 1953. 
6 p. 4° (Series M34C-02.) [Processed.] t Paper, 10c. 

C 3.15S : M 34 C-02 

14998 Tractors, 1952 ; prepared by Industry Division, Metals and Metal Prod- 
ucts Section. [1953.] 7 p. 4° (Series M37A-02.) [Processed.] t Pa- 
per, 10c. C 3.15S : M 37 A-02 

Farm population, series Census-BAE. [Prepared in cooperation with 
Agricultural Economics Bureau.] 

14999 19. Economic subregions of United States ; [by Donald J. Bogue and Calvin L. 

Beale]. June 1953. cover title, ii + 47 p. il. 4° [Prepared in cooperation 
with Scripps Foundation, Miami University.] * Paper, 30c. • (Available 
to Depository Libraries upon request). C 3.201 : 19 

15000 Farms and farm people, population, income, and housing characteristics by 

economic class of farms, special cooperative report ; [prepared coopera- 
tively by Bureau of Census, Department of Commerce, and Bureau of 
Human Nutrition and Home Economics and Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics of Department of Agriculture]. 1953. v+9S p. il. 4° [Map 
on front cover.] * Paper, 50c. • Item 154 
L. C. card 53-61989 C 3.950-2 : F 22 

Government employment, 1953, G-GE53 (series). 

15001 2. Public employment in Apr. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. il. 4" (Governments Division.) 

[Processed.] t Paper, oc. C 3.140 : 953/2 

Special statistical reports on United States water-borne foreign commerce. 

15002 55. Distribution of United States water-borne exports of domestic and foreign 

merchandise and general imports by United States coastal districts, foreign 
trade regions, and proportion carried on vessels of United States Flag of 
Registry, statistical year 1951 and Jan.-Sept. 1952 ; prepared by Herman H. 
Fasteau, under supervision of J. Edward Ely, chief, Foreign Trade Divi- 
sion. Apr. 20, 1953. [4] p. 4° [Processed. This is a special one-time 
report which presents a summarization on a quarterly basis for 1951 and 
Jan.-Sept. 1952, of data published In the monthly Foreign Trade Division 
reports FT 972 and FT 973.] t Paper, 10c. C 3.203 : 55 

State and local government special studies. 

15003 32. Revised summary of State government finances. 1942-50. 1953. [2] +69 p. 

il. 4° [Prepared under supervision of Allen D. Manvel, chief. Governments 

Division.] * Paper, 35c. 9 (Available to depository libraries upon 

request). 

L. C. card 53-61S71 C 3.145 : 32 

t'nited States census of housing, 1950: General characteristics, general 
data on occupancy, tenure, year built, type of structure, condition, equip- 
ment, rent, value, etc. ; prepared under supervision of Howard G. Bruns- 
man, chief, Population and Housing Division, report H. A. (series). 
• Item 156 

15004 1. U. S. summary. 1953. xxxvl + 148-f [7] p. il. 4° [Preprint of v. 1, chap. 1. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in reports of series HC— 1, HC— 2, HC-3; 

HC-4. BC-5, HC-7. and HC-8.] * Paper, $1.00. 

L. C. card 52-00329 C 3.950-S/2 : Un 35 

15005 53. Puerto Rico. 1952. iv + 72 p. il. 4° [Preprint of v. 1, chap. 53. Statistics 

supersede fi:«irs shewn in report, scries HC-2, no. 2.] * Paper, 60c. 

C 3.950-S/2 : P 96 

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United States census of population, 1950 : Detailed characteristics [by 
States], detailed data for large areas on age, race, marital status, educa- 
tion, employment, income, occupation, industry, etc. ; prepared under 
supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, chief, Population and Housing Divi- 
sion, report P-C (series). • Item 160 

15006 9. District of Columbia. 1952. xv + 29-106 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 9, 

chap. C. Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, and 

PC— 7 reports.] * Paper, 45c. 

L. C. card 52-60089 C 3.950-7/4 : D Co 

15007 32. New York [State]. 1952. xv + 185— 460 p. 4" [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 32, 

chap. C. Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC-5, PC-6, ana 
PC-7 reports.] * Paper. $1.25. C 3.950-7/4 : N 42y 

15008 35. Ohio. 1952. xv + 197-520 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 2, pt. 35, chap. C. Sta- 

tistics supersedes figures shown in series PC— 5, PC-6, and PC— 7 reports. 
• Paper. $1.50. C 3.950-7/4 : Oh 3 

15009 38. Pennsylvania. 1952. xv + 229-544 p. 4" [Preprint of v. 2 pt. 38, chap. C. 

Statistics supersede figures shown in series PC— 5, PC-6, and PC—/ reports. 
Corrections. 1 p. 4°, was issued also.] * Paper, $1.50. C 3.950-7/4 : P 38 

15010 51. Alaska. 1952. xii + 33-S7 p. 4" [Preprint of v. 2 pt. 51, chap. C] * Pa- 

per, 35c. C 3.900-7/4 : Al Is 

Special reports ; prepared under supervision of Howard G. Brunsman, 

chief, Population and Housing Division, report P-E (series). • Item 
160 C 3.950-7/6: (nos.) 

15011 1A. Employment and personal characteristics, employment by age. race, nativity, 

education, marital status, household relationship, etc. 1953. iv + 145 p. 
il. 4° [Preprint of v. 4, pt. 1. chap. A.] * Paper, 70c. 

15012 2C. Institutional population, type of institution by age, race, nativity, mobility, 

citizenship, marital status, education, income, etc. 1953. iv+211 p. 4° 
[Preprint of v. 4, pt. 2, chap. C] * Paper, $1.00. 

15013 3C. Persons of Spanish surname, data for 5 southwestern States on nativity 

and parentage, age, education, employment, income, housing characteris- 
tics, etc. 1953. iv + 70p. 4» [Preprint of v. 4, pt. 3, chap. C] • Paper, 
45c. 

15014 3D. Puerto Kicans in continental United States, persons of Puerto Rican birth 

and parentage by age, color, marital status, education, employment status, 
occupation, income. 1953. iv + 18 p. 4° [Preprint of v. 4, pt. 3, chap. 
D. ] * Paper, 20c. 

15015 4A. State of birth native population by age. color, sex. State of birth. State of 

residence. 1953. iv + 108 p. il. 4° [Preprint of v. 4, chap. A.] ♦Pa- 
per, 55c. 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION, Commerce Dept. 

15016 Address by J. D. Blatt, assistant administrator for program coordination, 

at Aviation Education Institute, Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C, Aug. 
17,1953. [1953.] 5 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t C 31.124 :B 61 

15017 C. A. A. index of military specifications. (Issue no. 2.) Aug. 1, 1953. 2 p. 

4° [Processed.] t C 31.120 : M 59fno.2 

Civil aeronautics manual. [Issued in looseleaf form.] 

15018 43. [Annual inspections and periodic inspections], supp. 7. Aug. 25, 1953. [7] p. 

4° (Office of Aviation Safety.) [Processed.] t C 31.107 : 43/supp.7 

15019 Civil aviation and citizen, address by F. B. Lee, administrator of civil aero- 

nautics, at Aviation Education Institute, Washington, D. C, Aug. 17, 
1953. [1953.] 5 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t C 31.124 : L 51/4 

15020 Flight information manual, v. 7, pt. 2, Air navigation ; June 1, 1953. [1953.] 

iv+239 p. il. 4° (Office of Aviation Information.) [Semiannual. Is- 
sued with perforations.] * Paper, $1.00. • Item 167 
L. C. card 52-35558 C31.12S: 7/pt.2 

15021 Location identifiers, 5th edition, effective Jan. 1, 1952, supp. 8, effective 

Aug. 1, 1953. [1953.] [l]+2p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions.] ± C 31.102 : L 7S/952/supp.8 

15022 Lo ]j an( i ]j ve t [1953.J cover title, ii+17 p. il. 24° [Text and illustration 

on p. 1 and 2 of cover.] * Paper, 15c. • Item 168 C 31.102 : L 87 

15023 Service C, domestic synoptic weather schedules. 7th edition. July 15, 

1953. cover title, 32 p. il. 4° (Airways Operations Division.] [Proc- 
essed. Text on p. 3 of cover.] t C 31.102 : W 37/3/953 



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15024 Government Publications 

Specifications. [Processed.] t C 31.120: (letter-nos.) 

15024 CAA-857a. Installation of underground cable. Feb. 15, 1050. 17 p. 4° 

[Supersedes issue ot May 21, 1047.] 

15025 CAA-R-O.'fSc. Instruction hooks, electronic equipment. July 1, 1053. 27+ [3] p. 

il 4° [Supersedes Specification CAA-K-638b, July 1, 11)52.] 
15020 CAA-R-7771). Electronic equipment, general specification; July 1, 1953. [1953.] 
47 p. 7 pi. 4° [Processed. Supersedes CAA Spec. CAA-R- 
777a, July 1, 1951 and Amendment 2. Federal 1, 1953.] 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, Commerce Dept. 

15027 Accident investigation report : Eastern Air Lines, Inc., Midway Airport, 

Chicago, 111., Mar. 3, 1953; adopted July 7, 1953. [1953.] 8+i p. 4° 
[Processed.] t C 31.213 : C 432/9 

15028 Northeast Airlines, Inc., La Guardia Field, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1953 ; adopted 

June 24, 1953. [1953.] 84-iip. 4° [Processed.] t C 31.213 : L 13/4 

15029 Pan American World Airways, Inc., near Carolina, Brazil, Apr. 29, 

1952 ; adopted June 23, 1953. [1953.] 32+ii p.4-2 p. of pi. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t C 31.213 :C 221 

15030 Trans World Airlines, Inc., [at] Fallon, Nev., Dec. 7, 1952 ; adopted 

July 9, 1953. [1953.] 84-ii p. 4° [Processed.] t C 31.213 : F 193 

15031 Comparison of accidents in U. S. scheduled air carrier passenger opera- 

tions, calendar years 1952-1951; Aug. 1, 1953. [1953.] cover title, 19 
p. 4 pi. 4° (Bureau of Safety Investigation, Analysis Division, Sta- 
tistical Analysis Section.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-63344 C 31.202 : Ac 2/6/951-52-3 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

15032 Commentary on "graphic presentation on Federal employment". July 

1953. 3 leaves, 4° [Processed.] t CS 1.2: Em 7/11 

15033 Current Federal examination announcements, AN 2279, supp. A to issue 

75; Aug. 1953. [1953.] 1 p. oblong 4S° t • Item 292 

CS 1.28 : 2279/953-75/supp.A 

15034 Graphic presentation on Federal employment; [by] Philip Young. July 

1953. [17] leaves, il. oblong 8' t CS 1.2 : Em 7/10 

15035 Information about postmaster positions (1st-, 2d-, and 3d-class post offices) , 

AN 2223 ; June 1953. [1953.] 11 p. t • Item 292 CS 1.28 : 2223 

15036 Local or regional civil service examinations offering best job opportunities, 

AN 22S0 [issue 24], Aug. 1953. [1953.] [2] p. oblong f°, folded into 
narrow S° size. [Supersedes issue 23.] t • Item 292 

CS 1.28 : 22S0/953-24 

15037 Medical X-ray technician (photofluorography), $2,750 a year, discontinu- 

ance notice for announcement 315. Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. oblong 48° [Proc- 
essed.] t CS 1.26 : 951/315/notice 
Pamphlets. • Item 299 CS 1.48: (nos.) 

15038 2. Basic acts, rules, and regulations governing employment in Federal competi- 

tive civil service ; Feb. 1953. [1953.] 54 p. 4" * Paper, 25c. 
L. C. card 49-45620 

15039 29. Federal jobs outside continental United States; Apr. 1953. [1953.] 38 

narrow 8« * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 44-41106 

15040 Pen and ink change in General amendment of July 1, 1953, to all nation- 

wide civil service examination announcements issued through June 
1953. Aug. 4, 1953. 1 p. oblong 48° [Processed.] t 

CS 1.26/3 : amdt./953-5/ch.l 

15041 Sample questions for substitute garageman-driver examination. [1953.] 

6 p. il. 4° (AN 3570, June 1953.) | • Item 292 CS 1.2S: 3570 

15042 United States Civil Service Commission announces examination for ac- 

countant (comprehensive audits) $3,410 a year (grade GS-5) for work 
in General Accounting Office in Washington, D. C, and various large 
Cities throughout country, announcement 378. Sept. S, 1953. 6 p. narrow 
S° [Closing date, Oct. 29, 1953.] t • Item 292 CS 1.26 : 953/37S 

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September 1953 15053 

15043 United States Civil Service Commission announces examination for cor- 

rective therapist $3,410-$5,060 a year (grades GS-5 to GS-9) for duty 
in Veterans' Administration, announcement 377. Aug. 18, 1953. 8 p 
narrows" [No closing date.] t • Item 292 CS 1.26: 953/377 

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, Commerce Dept. 

15044 Airport obstruction plans, dates of latest prints [list] ; July 1, 1953. 

[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Processed.] t C 4.9/11 : list/953-3 

COAST GUARD, Treasury Dept. 

15045 Aids to navigation manual, amdt. 1 ; Mar. 30, 1953. [1953.] [86] p. il. 4° 

[Issued in loose-leaf form.] t • Item 943 T 47.8 : N 22/2/952/amdt.l 

! 15046 amdt. 2 ; Apr. 1, 1953. [1953.] [36] p. 4" [Issued in loose-leaf form.] 

t • Item 943 T 47.8 : N 22/2/952/amdt.2 

I 15047 Rules and regulations for marine engineering installations contracted for 
prior to July 1, 1935. 1953. vii+49 p. il. 4° (CG-270.) [Title 46, Code 
of Federal regulations, pts. 66-69. Replaces pt. 58 in Marine engineering 
regulations and material specifications, (Nov. 1, 1949.] t • Item 943 
L. C. card 53-61846 T 47.8 : En 3/4/952 

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT 

15048 Government owned inventions available for license, list of 3658 patents 

arranged by industrial use ; prepared by Office of Chairman, Government 
Patents Board. [1953.] cover title, v 4-168 p. oblong 12° [Text on p. 
2—4 of cover. Supersedes Government-owned inventions for free use, 
1951.] * Paper, $1.00. • Item 12S 
L. C. card 53-61836 C 1.2 : In 8/2/953 

COMMODITY EXCHANGE AUTHORITY, Agriculture Dept. 

15049 Barley and oats summary for crop year beginning July 1951, annual sum- 

mary of grading of carload receipts of barley and oats ; prepared jointly 
by Commodity Exchange Authority, Extension Service, and Production 
and Marketing Administration. June 1953. 6 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 85.2 : B 24 

15050 Wheat and rye summary for crop year beginning July 1951, annual sum- 

mary of grading of wheat and rye carload receipts ; prepared jointly by 
Commodity Exchange Authority, Extension Service, and Production and 
Marketing Administration. June 1953. 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

A 85.2 : W 56/2 

COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY, Treasury Dept. 

15051 90th annual report of Comptroller of Currency [calendar year] 1952. 1953. 

iii+20S p. ([Treas. Dept. doc. 3185.]) [Includes appendix. Also is- 
sued as H. doc. 17S, 83d Cong., 1st sess.] * Cloth, $1.50. • Item 940 
L. C. card 9-346S3 T 12.1 : 952 

CONGRESS 

Note. — All reports, appropriation bills, etc.. recorded under Congress and both 
houses of Congress are for the fiscal year unless otherwise noted. 

Congressional or Serial set 

Note. — House and Senate documents and reports are accumulated into bound 
volumes comprising the Congressional or Serial set. No catalog entry is made for 
the volumes of the Serial set since the documents and reports contained therein 
have been previously listed in the Monthly catalogs. 

The following bound volumes were sent to depository libraries during the period 
of this catalog : 

15052 House reports — 

nos. 1094-1801. 1803-1928, Slst Congress, 2d session, Miscellaneous vol. 2 

[serial 11379]. • 1947 Item 311 
nos. 2385-245(5, 2458-2663, 81st Congress. 2d session, Miscellaneous vol. 5 

[serial 11382]. 9 1947 Item 311 

15053 Senate reports — 

nos. 1691-1842, 1S44-1929, Slst Congress, 2d session, Miscellaneous vol. 3 
[serial 11369]. • 1947 Item 311 

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15054 Memorial services held in House of Representatives and Senate, together 

with remarks presented in eulogy of Brien McMahon, late a Senator from 

Connecticut, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. 102 p. 1 por. f • Item 

1005 

L. C. card 53-63328 Y 7.1 : M 227 

15055 Memorial services held in House of Representatives, together with remarks 

presented in eulogy of Adolph Joachim Sabath, late a Representative 

from Illinois, S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. 74 p. 1 por. f • Item 

1005 

L. C. card of 53-63326 Y 7.1 : Sa 13 

15050 Memorial services held in House of Representatives, together with remarks 
presented in eulogy of William Grady Stigler, late a Representative from 
Oklahoma, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. 46 p. 1 por. t • Item 1005 
L. C. card 53-63327 Y 7.1 : St 52 

Laws 

Note. — The Federal laws are first published separately and in this form are 
known as "slip laws." Later, these laws are compiled, edited, indexed, and published 
In the volumes of the Statutes at large. 

Private laws, 83d Congress, t House or Senate Document Rooms, Capitol. 

15057 93. H. R. 127, act to quitclaim interest of United States to certain land in 

Placer County, Calif. Approved July 27, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 246, 1st 
session.) 

15058 IThis entry number not used.] 

15059 94. H. R. 233, act to release all right, title, and interest of United States in 

and to all fissionable materials in certain land in Marion County, Ind. 
Approved July 27, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 247, 1st session.) 

15060 95. H. R. 2392. act for relief of Lee Kwang Nong (George Clifford Roeder). 

Approved July 27. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 249, 1st session.) 

15061 96. S. 556, act for relief of Marinella Taletti. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 257, 1st session.) 

15062 97. H. R. 674. act for relief of Irene F. M. Boyle. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 258, 1st session.) 
15062A. 98. H. R. 781. act for relief of Johanna C. Willemsen. Approved July 28, 1953. 
1 p. (Chapter 25!). 1st session.) 

15063 99. H. R. S92, act for relief of Betty Robertson and Irene Robertson. Approved 

July 28, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 260, 1st session.) 

15064 100. H. R. 947, act authorizing Secretary of Interior to issue to Tom Gwin 

patent in fee to certain lands in Mississippi. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 261, 1st session.) 

15065 101. H. R. 978, act for relief of Harve Fukushi. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 262, 1st session.) 

15066 102. H. R. 1106, act for relief of Hannelore Mayerl Fulbright. Approved July 2S, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 2G3, 1st session.) 

15067 103. H. R. 1330. act for relief of Mrs. Liane Lieu and her son, Peter Lieu. Ap- 

proved July 2S. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 264. 1st session.) 

15068 104. H. R. 2779, act to provide for perfecting title of C. A. Lundy to certain 

lands in California heretofore patented by United States. Approved July 

2S, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 205. 1st session.) 
H. R. 3670. act for relief of Mrs. Julia Gamroth. Approved July 28, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 266. 1st session.) 
H. R. 4110, act for relief of Mrs. Marie Weir. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

Chapter 267, 1st session.) 

107. H. R. 1143, act for relief of Mary Francina Marconi, Fernanda Guzzi, Anna 
Ferraro, Mary Laudano. and Julia Pisano. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 269, 1st session.) 

108. H. R. 2787. act for relief of Josefine Iloorn (Dmytruk). Approved July 29, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 270, 1st session.) 

109. H. R. 5238. act for relief of Franciszek Zarecki. Approved July 29, 1953. 
1 p. (Chapter 271, 1st session.) 

110. II. R. 765, act for relief of Tien Koo Chen. Approved July 29. 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 272, 1st session.) [Correct form of name given in House report 

402 Is Cheng.] 
15075 111. H. R. 779, act for relief of Ida Baghdassarian. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 273, 1st session.) 
15070 112. H. R. 819, act for relief of Monika Klein. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 274, 1st session.) 

15077 113. H. R. S20, act for relief of Mrs. Pia Biondi. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 275, 1st session.! 

15078 114. H. R. 817. act for relief of Robert J. Rickards. Conception Sotelo Rickards, 

and Walter John Rickards. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
276, 1st session.) 

15079 115. H. R. 1211, act for relief of Isak Benmuvhar. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 277, 1st session.) 

15080 116. H. R. 1886, act for relief of Paul Mvung Ha Chung. Approved July 29, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 27S. 1st session.) 

15081 117. H. R. 2160. act for relief of Clemintina Ferrara, Maria Garofalo, Rosetta 

Snvinn. Maria Serra, Alblna Zamnnner, and Fedora Gazzarrlni. Approved 
July 29, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 279, 1st session.) 



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150S2 118. H. R. 2506, act for relief of certain members of Missionary Sisters of Sacred 

Heart. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter '-'SO. 1st session.) 
15083 119. H. K. 2051'. act fur relief of Constance Browner Scheffer. Approved July 

29, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 2S1, 1st session.) 
15US4 120. S. 07, act for relief of Anastasia John Tsamisis. Approved July 31, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 2S6, 1st session. I 

15055 121. S. 09, act for relief of Peter C. T. Kao. Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 2S7. 1st session.) 

15056 122. S. 480. act for relief of Che Kil Bok. Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 

ter 288, 1st session.) 
15087 123. S. 069, act for relief of Ilelene Olga Iwasenko. Approved July 31, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 289. 1st session.) 
150SS 124. S. 143. act for relief of Hauni Marie Matuschke. Approved July 31, 1953. 

lp. (Chapter 293, 1st session.) 

15089 125. S. 190. act for relief of Alejandro lie la Cruz Hernandez. Approved July 31, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 294. 1st session.) 

15090 126. S. 615, act for relict of Altoon Saprichian. 

(Chapter 295, 1st session.) 

15091 127. S. 385. act for relief of Anna Solenniani. 

(Chapter 312. 1st session. I 

15092 128. H. K. 5349, act authorizing United States Government to reconvev certain 

lands to W. C. Pallmeyer and E. M. Cole. Approved Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 313. 1st session.) 

15093 129. S. 247. act for relief of Frans Gunnink. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 

(Chapter 314, 1st session. I 

15094 130. S. S15. act for relief of Steven M. Pivnicki. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 

(Chapter 315. 1st session.) 

15095 131. S. 1791. act for relief of I.eong Walk Hong. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 

(Chapter 316, 1st session.) 

15096 132. H. R. 063, act for relief of N. A. G. L. Moerings, Mrs. Bertha Johanna 

Krayeubrink Moerin-'s, and Lanruertus Karel Aloysius Josef Moerings. 
Approved Aug. 5. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 317, 1st session.) 

15097 133. H. K. 1903, act for relief of Anneliese Schillings. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 318, 1st session.) 
1509S 134. S. 1516. act for relief of Akemi Terada. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 355, 1st session.) 

15099 135. H. R. 000. act for relief of Frank B. Pindle. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 356, 1st session.) 

15100 136. H. R. 777. act lor relief of Richard H. Backus. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 357, 1st session.) 

15101 137. H. R. 814. act for relief of Thomas C. Rooney and Mrs. Thomas C. Rooney, 

his wife. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 358, 1st session.) 

15102 13S. H. R. 1329. act tor relief of Arthur Oppenheimer, and Mrs. Jane Oppenheimer. 

Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 359, 1st session.) 

15103 139. H. K. 1456. act for relief of legal guardian of Susan Kay Burkhalter. Ap- 

proved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 360. 1st session.) 

15104 140. H. R. 1459, act for relief of Mrs. Mildred G. Kates and Ronald Kates, 

Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 361, 1st session. ) 

15105 141. H. It. 1892. act for relief of Xicola. Lucia, and Rocco Fierro. Approved Aug. 

7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 362. 1st session.) 

15106 142. H. R. 2413. act for relief of Matsue Hashimoto. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 303, 1st session.) 

15107 143. H. R. 2002. act for relief of Elzbieta Grzymkowska Jarosz. Approved Aug. 7, 

195.'!. 1 p. (Chapter 304, 1st session.) 

15108 144. H. R. 2003. act for relief of Carmela Daino Davenia. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 305. 1st session.) 

15109 145. H. R. 27S5. act for relief of Wera Fazio. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 306. 1st session.) 

15110 146. H. R. 2801. act for relief of David «orub. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 307, 1st session.) 

15111 147. H. R. 3276, act for relief of Mrs. Margaret D. Surhan. Approved Aug. 7, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 30S, 1st session.) 

15112 148. H. R. 4424, act for relief of Eleonore Friedrich McAnelly. Approved Aug. 7, 

1953. 1 p. (Chamber 369, 1st session.) 

15113 149. S. 2104, act to authorize payment of compensation to Clarence A. Beutel, 

formerly deputy administrator of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
Sept. 19. 1952-June 1, 1953. Approved Aug. S, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 370, 
1st session. ) 

15114 150. H. R. 937, act for relief of estate of Frank DeNuzzi and Cecelia Melnik 

Burns. Approved Aug. 8. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 371, 1st session.) 

15115 151. H. R. 1880, act to authorize sale of certain public lands in Alaska to 

Catholic Bishop of Northern Alaska for use as mission school. Approved 
Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 372, 1st session.) 

15116 152. H. R. 2011. act to authorize sale of certain public lands in 9Iaska to Alaska 

Council of Hoy Scouts of America for campsite and other public purposes. 
Appioved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 373, 1st session.) 

15117 153. H. R. 2013. act to authorize sale of certain land in Alaska to Calvary Bap- 

tist Church of Anchorage. Alaska, for use as church site. Approved Aug. 

8. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 374. 1st session.) 

15118 154. H. R. 3956, act to provide for conveyance of certain lands within Santa Fe 

National Forest. N. Mex., and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 8, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 3(5. 1st session.) 

15119 155. S. 781. act for relief of Jacob Griffel. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 

ter 404, 1st session.) 



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15120 150. S. 52, act for relief of Anny Del Curto 

(Chapter 410, 1st session.) 

15121 157. S. 61, act for relict' Of Hedwig Marel; and Emma Elizabeth Marek 

Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 411, 1st session.) 

15122 158. S. 228, act for relief of Irene Ezitis. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. 

ter 412, 1st session.) 

15123 159. S. 312, act for relief of Giuseppe Orsi. Approved Aug. 12, 1953 

(Chapter 413, 1st session.) 

15124 1G0. S. 561, act for relief of Charles Chardon Brooks. Approved Aug. 12 

1 p. (Chapter 414, 1st session.) 

15125 161. S. 672, act for relief of Agostino Giusto. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 415, 1st session.) 

15126 162. S. 1366, act for relief of Jose Montero. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 416, 1st session.) 

15127 163. S. 1704, act for relief of Christina Pantells Trlantafilu. Approved Aug. 12, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 417, 1st session.) 

15128 164. H. R. 786, act for relief of Jusuf (Uash) Lazar. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 418, 1st session.) 

15129 165. H. R. 900, act for relief of Charles H. Lin (also known as Lin Chao Hsi). 

Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 419, 1st session.) 

15130 166. H. R. 1695, act for relief of Irene Proios (nee Vagianos), Approved Aug. 12, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 420, 1st session.) 

15131 167. H. R. 2187, act for relief of Chiyoko Mild Tomono. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 421, 1st session.) 

15132 168. H. R. 2604, act for relief of Lauri Allan Torni. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 422, 1st session.) 

15133 169. II. R. 3S31, act for relief of Panagiotes G. Karras. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 423, 1st session.) 

15134 170. H. R. 4S33, act for relief of Harmoz Mahmoud. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 424, 1st session.) 

15135 171. S. 2462, act for relief of T. K. Li. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 

436, 1st session.) 

15136 172. H. R. 6S4, act for relief of Kim Jung Soo. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 437, 1st session.) 

15137 173. H. R. 723, act for relief of Mrs. Fumiko Saivai Skovran. Approved Aug. 

13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 438, 1st session.) 

15138 174. H. R. 728, act for relief of Helga G. Jordan and her son. Approved Aug. 

13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 439, 1st session.) 

15139 175. H. R. 812, act for relief of estate of Mrs. India Taylor Palmi Stevenson. 

Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 440, 1st session.) 

15140 176. H. R. 837, act for relief of James D. Wilmeth. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 441, 1st session.) 

15141 177. H. R. 871, act for relief of Orsola Jacopelli Leggio. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 442, 1st session.) 

15142 178. H. R. 917, act for relief of Luigl Lotito. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 443, 1st session.) 

15143 179. H. R. 953. act for relief of Jekabs Lenbergs. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

(Chapter 444, 1st session.) 

15144 180. H. R. 954, act for relief of Edith Smith. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

(Chapter 445, 1st session.) 

15145 181. II. R. 1124, act for relief of Gerda Goerauch. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

(Chapter 446, 1st session.) 

15146 182. H. R. 1629, act for relief of Aiko Ikehara. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

(Chapter 447, 1st session.) 

15147 183. H. R. 1753. act for relief of Marigo Th. Tsipoura. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 44S. 1st session.) 

15148 1S4. H. R. 1754, act for relief of Manousos A. Petrohelos. Approved Aug. 13, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 449. 1st session.) 

15149 185. H. R. 1756, act for relief of Eugene de Thassy. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 450, 1st session.) 

15150 186. H. R. 1792, act for relief of Lee Lai Ha. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 451, 1st session.) 

15151 1S7. II. R. 2029, act for relief of Rose Maria Gradelone Calicchio. Approved 

Aug. 13. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 452. 1st session.) 

15152 188. II. R. 2816, act for relief of Sachiko Yuda. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 453. 1st session.) 

15153 1S9. II. R. 3030. act for relief of Stephania Ziegler (Sister Benitia), Anna Hagel 

(Sister Clara), and Theresia Tuppinger (Sister Komana). Approved Aug. 
13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 454, 1st sess.) 

15154 190. II. R. 3142. act for relief of Waltraut Benteler LaMontagne. Approved 

Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 455. 1st session.) 

15155 191. II. R. 3223, act for relief of Gisela Korb (nee Unruh). Approved Aug. 13. 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 456, 1st session.) 

15156 192. H. R. 3235, act for relief of Ruth Rumiko Fukano. Approved Aug. 13, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 457, 1st session.) 

15157 193. H. R. 3268. act for relief of Hiroki Hollopeter. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 45S. 1st session.) 

15158 194. II. R. 3360. act lor relief of Yuriko Akimoto. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 459, 1st session.) 

15159 195. II. It. 3896, act for relief of Hamdi Akar. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 460, 1st session.) 

15160 196. H. R. 3526. act for relief of Josef Ablassmeier. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 401. 1st session.) 
151C.1 197. IT. R. .",631. net for relief of Dorothy Snnva Goldschmidt. Approved Aug. 13, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 402, 1st session.) 



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108. H. E. 3828, act for relief of Antonio Bruno. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 403, 1st session.) 

199. H. R. 4100, act for relief of Mrs. Lau Hong Shee. Approved Aug. 13, 1933. 

1 p. (Chapter 4U4, 1st session.) 

200. H. R. 41U1, act for relief of Hidenori Utada. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 405, 1st session.) 

201. II. R. 4328, act for relief of Mrs. Edith D. Williamson. Approved Aug. 

13, 19.")3. 1 p. (Chapter 400, 1st session.) 

202. H. R. 4375, act for relief of Julia S. Criswell. Appioved Aug. 13, 1933. 

1 p. (Chapter 407, 1st session.) 

203. H. K. 4440, act for relief of Ili.de Kretz Sforza. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 4US, 1st session.) 

204. H. R. 5118, act for relief of Louise Kaden and Elke Beate Kaden. Approved 

Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 409, 1st session.) 

205. H. R. 5470, act for relief of Salvatore Mario Veltri. Approved Aug. 13, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 470, 1st session.) 

206. S. 482, act for redef of Jean Tukuda. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 471, 1st session.) 

207. S. 700, act for relief of Charlotte Witzeling Robinson. Approved Aug. 13, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 472, 1st session.) 

208. S. 1039, act for relief of Mr. and Mrs. Lucillo Grassi. Approved Aug. 13, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 473, 1st session.) 

209. S. 1198, act for relief of Vera Helene Hamer (Vera Helga Mueller) and 

Sonja Margret Hamer (Sonja Margot Mueller). Approved Aug. 13, 1953, 
1 p. (Chapter 474, 1st session.) 

210. S. 165G, act for relief of Gerolf Lampreeht. Approved Aug. 13, 1053. 1 p. 

(Chapter 475, 1st session.) 

211. S. 1909, act for relief of Valda Cimermanis. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 470, 1st session.) 

212. S. 2110, act for relief of Rosa Guglielmo. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 477, 1st session.) 

213. S. 2117, act for relief of Philip Jack Sager (Koichi Sasaki). Approved Aug. 

13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 478, 1st session.) 

214. S. 2192, act for relief of Rosa Veronika Sehenk. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 479, 1st session.) 

215. S. 109, act for relief of Crisanto Castillo Underwood. Approved Aug. 14, 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 490, 1st session.) 
210. S. 414, act for relief of Hilary Hess. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 491, 1st session.) 

217. H. R. 975, act for relief of Dudley A. Reekie. Approved Aug. 14, 1653. 

1 p. (Chapter 492, 1st session.) 

218. H. R. 1127, act to validate conveyance of certain lands by Central Pacific 

Railway Company, and its lessee, Southern Pacific Company, to Union Ic« 
Company and Edward Barbera. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 493, 1st session.) 

219. H. R. 2019, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to sell certain land to 

Ted B. Landoe and Roderic S. Carpenter. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 494, 1st session.) 

220. H. R. 2102, act for relief of Cyril Claude Andersen. Patricia Andersen Hill, 

and Thelma Andersen McNeill. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
495, 1st session.) 

221. H. R. 3040, act for relief of William U. Maloney. Approved Aug. 14. 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 490, 1st session.) 

222. H. R. 3630 (act for relief of Mrs. Nathalie Iliine. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 497. 1st session.) 

223. H. R. 5486, act for relief of Irene Andrews. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 498, 1st session.) 

224. H. R. 5887, act for relief of George Michael Jabour. Approved Aug. 14. 

1953. 1 p. (Chapter 499, 1st session.) 

225. H. R. 5951, act for relief of Eveline Brigitte Bartl (Eveline B. Hermann). 

Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 500, 1st session.) 

226. H. R. 2396, act for relief of Harry Clay Maull, jr. Approved Aug. 15, 1953. 

1 p. (Chapter 514, 1st session.) 

227. II. R. 4047, act validating certain conveyances heretofore made by Central 

Pacific Railway Company, corporation, and its lessee, Southern Pacific 
Company, corporation, involving certain portions of right-of-way, in 
county of Alameda, Calif., acquired by Central Pacific Railway Company 
under act of Congress approved July 1, 1S62 (12 Stat. L. 489), as amended 
by act of Congress approved July 2, 1864 (13 Stat. L. 356). [Approved 
Aug. 15, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 515, 1st session.) 

Public laws, 83d Congress. • Item 575 

Note. — Public laws in slip form in the first prints may be obtained from the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington 25, D. C, at a subscription price of 
$8.00 per session. $1.50 additional for foreign mailing ; single copies arc usually 5c. ; 
nos. 156, 172, 173, 176, 178, 179, 195, 207, 209, 252, and 281 are 10c. each. 

106. H. J. Res. 292, joint resolution, authorizing Uyle O. Suader temporarily to 
serve concurrently as clerk and sergeant at arms of House of Representa- 
tives. Approved July 9. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 182. 1st session.) 

113. S. 1082. act to approve conveyance made by Charleston, S. C, to South 
Carolina State Ports Authority, of real property heretofore granted 
Charleston by United States. Approved July 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
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15194 114. H. R. 1532, act to provide for addition of certain Government lands to 

Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area project, and for other 
purposes. Approved July 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 191. 1st session.) 

15195 115. H. It. 6054, act to amend act of Apr. (5, 1949, to provide for additional emer- 

gency assistance to farmers and stockmen, and for other purposes. [Ap- 
proved July 14, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 192, 1st session.) 

15196 116. H. R. 3411, act to direct Secretary of Army to reestablish and correct 

boundaries of Quincy National Cemetery by exchange of Government-owned 
lands in Quincy-Grnceland Cemetery. Quincy, 111. Approved July 14, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 193. 1st session.) 

15197 117. H. R. 5451, act to amend wheat marketing quota provisions of Agricultural 

adjustment act of 193S, as amended, and for other purposes. [Approved 
July 14, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 194, 1st session.) 

15198 118. H. R. 5710, act to amend further Mutual security act of 1951, as amended, 

and for other purposes. [Approved July 16, 1953.] 10 p. (Chapter 
195, 1st session.) 

15199 132. H. R. 444, act to amend act of May 19, 1947, so as to increase percentage of 

certain trust funds held by Shoshone and Arapaho Tribes of Wind River 
Reservation which is to be distributed per capita to individual members of 
such tribes. Approved July 17, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 223, 1st session.) 

15200 138. H. R. 4072, act relating to disposition of certain former recreational demon- 

stration project lands by Virginia to school board of Mecklenburg, County, 
Va. Approved July 20, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 230, 1st session.) 

15201 139. S. 2394, act to amend District of Columbia police and firemen's salary act 

of 1953. Approved July 20, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 231, 1st session.) 
[S. 2394 relates to salaries of District of Columbia firemen only.] 

15202 140. H. R. 5302, act to provide for additional assistant Postmaster General In 

Post Office Department. Approved July 20, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 232, 
1st session.) 

15203 141. S. 971, act to authorize films, and related material, for educational use to 

be transmitted through mails at rate provided for books. Approved July 
20, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 233, 1st session.) 

15204 142. S. J. Res. 82, joint resolution to provide for reappointment of Robert V. 

Fleming as citizen regent of board of regents of Smithsonian Institution. 
Approved July 23, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 234, 1st session.) 

15205 143. S. J. Res. 83, joint resolution to provide for appointment of Owen Josephus 

Roberts as member of board of regents of Smithsonian Institution. Ap- 
proved July 23, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 235, 1st session.) 

15206 144. H. R. 33S0, act to authorize exchange of lands acquired by United States 

for Prince William Forest Park, Prince William County, Va., for purpose 
of consolidating Federal holdings therein, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved July 23, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 236, 1st session.) 

15207 145. H. R. 163, act for conveyance of certain land in Monroe County, Ark. to 

Arkansas. Approved July 23, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 237, 1st session.) 

15208 146. H. R. 1571, act to amend Alaska game law. Approved July 23, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 238, 1st session.) 

15209 147. H. R. 4091, act to amend Civil service retirement act of May 29, 1930, so 

as to make exclusion from such act of temporary employees of Congress 
inapplicable to such employees who are appointed at annual rate of salary. 
Approved July 23, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 239, 1st session.) 

15210 148. H. R. 5705, act to amend existing law to provide for automatic renewal of 

expiring 5-year-level-premium-term policies of United States Government 
and national service life insurance. Approved July 23, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 240, 1st session.) 

15211 149. H. R. 5690, act making appropriations for additional independent executive 

bureaus, boards, commissions, corporations, agencies, and offices, fiscal 
year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved July 27, 1953.] 9 p. 
(Chapter 241, 1st session.) 

15212 150. S. 498, act to authorize agreement between United States and Mexico for 

joint operation and maintenance by International Boundary and Water 
Commission, United States and Mexico, of Nogales sanitation project, and 
for other purposes. Approved July 27, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 242, 1st 
session.) 

15213 151. S. 967, act to extend duration of Hospital survey and construction act (title 

6 of Public Health Service act). Approved July 27, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 243, 1st session.) 

15214 152. S. J. Res. 37, joint resolution to authorize erection of memorial to Sara 

Louisa Rittenhouse in Montrose Park, D. C. Approved July 27, 1953. 
1 d. (Chapter 244, 1st session.) 

15215 153. H. R. 5376, act making appropriations for civil functions administered by 

Department of Armv, fiscal vear 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved 
July 27, 1953.] 6 p. (Chapter 245, 1st session.) 

15216 154. S. 2342, act authorizing California to collect tolls for use of certain highway 

crossings across bay of San Francisco. Approved July 27, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 248, 1st session.) 

15217 155. S. 122, act directing conveyance of certain property to Rupert, Idaho. [Ap- 

proved July 28, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 250. 1st session.) 

15218 156. H. R. 5227. act making appropriations for Department of Agriculture, fiscal 

year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved July 2S, 1953.] 21 p. 
(Chapter 251, 1st session.) 



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15219 157. H. K. 4302, act to revive and reenact art authorizing Michigan, acting 

through International Bridge Authority of Michigan, to construct, main- 
tain, and operate toll liridge or series of bridges, causeways, and ap- 
proaches thereto, across St. Marys River, from point in or near Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich., to point in Province of Ontario, Canada, approved Dec. 16, 
111-10. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 252, 1st session.) 

15220 158. H. R. 1070, act to amend title 28. United States Code. [Approved July 28, 

19o3] 2 p. (Chapter 253, 1st session.) 

15221 159. H. K. 130S. act to amend Color of title act. Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

(Chapter 254, 1st session.) 

15222 160. H. R. 3581. act to further policy enunciated in act of Oct. 26, 1949 (63 

Stat. 927), to facilitate public participation in preservation of sites, build- 
ings, and objects of national signilicance or interest by providing for 
National Trust for Historic Preservation in United States. Approved 
July 28, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 255. 1st session.) 

15223 161. H. R. 5228, act to amend see. 303 of Budget and accounting act, 1921 (42 

Stat. 23). Approved July 28, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 256, 1st session.) 

15224 162. H. J. Res. 228, joint resolution to permit entry of 500 eligible orphans under 

10 years of age adopted abroad or to be adopted in United States by United 
States citizens serving abroad in Armed Forces or employed abroad by 
United States Government. Approved July 29, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 268, 
1st session.) 

15225 163. H. R. 5141, act to dissolve Reconstruction Finance Corporation, to establish 

Small Business Administration, and for other purposes. [Approved July 

30, 1953.] 11 p. (Chapter 2S2, 1st session.) 

15226 164. S. 2399. act to amend Atomic energy act of 1946. as amended. [Approved 

July 31, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 283, 1st session. ) 

15227 165. H. R. 1991, act relating to certain construction-cost adjustments in connec- 

tion with Greenfields division of Sun River irrigation project, Mont. 
Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 284, 1st session.) 

15228 166. H. J. Res. 253, joint resolution to amend joint resolution of June 16. 193S. 

creating Niagara Falls Bridge Commission. [Approved July 31, 1953.] 
2 p. (Chapter 2S5, 1st session.) 

15229 167. S. 630, act to authorize conveyance for public-school purposes of certain 

Federal land in Gettysburg National Military Tark, and for other purposes. 
Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 290, 1st session.) 

15230 168. S. 1433, act to extend benefits of certain provisions of Reclamation project 

act of 1939 to Arch Hurley Conservancy District, Tucumcari reclamation 
project, N. Mex. Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 291, 1st 
session.) 

15231 169. S. 1981, act to continue in effect certain provisions of sec. 6 of act of Feb. 4, 

1887, as amended, relating to military traffic in time of war or threatened 
war, for duration of national emergency proclaimed Dec. 16, 1950, and 6 
months thereafter, or until such earlier date as may be established by con- 
current resolution of Congress. Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
292, 1st session.) 

15232 170. H. R. 5246, act making appropriations for Departments of Labor and 

Health, Education and Welfare, and related independent agencies, fiscal 
year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved July 31, 1953.] 16 p. 
(Chapter 296, 1st session.) 
16233 171. S. 873, act to amend District of Columbia credit units act. Approved July 

31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 297, 1st session.) 

15234 172. H. R. 4828, act making appropriations for Department of Interior, fiscal 

year 1954. and for other purposes. [Approved July 31, 1953.] 18 p. 
(Chapter 298. 1st session.) 

15235 173. H. R. 5471, act making appropriations for government of District of Colum- 

bia and other activities chargeable in whole or in part against revenues 
of said District, fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved July 
31 1953.] 19. p. Chapter 299, 1st session.) 

15236 174. S. 207S. net to provide tor orderly transportation of public business in event 

of death, incapability, or separation from office of a disbursing officer of 
military department. Approved July 31, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 300, 1st 
session.) 

15237 175. H. J. Res. 305, joint resolution making additional appropriations for Depart- 

ment of Agriculture, fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes. Approved 
July 31. 3953. 1 p. (Chapter 301, 1st session.) 

15238 176. II. R. 4063, act making appropriations for Executive Office and sundry inde- 

pendent executive bureaus, hoards, commissions, corporations, agencies, 
and offices, fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved July 31, 
1953. 20 p. (Chapter 302, 1st session.) 

15239 177. II. R. 2501. act to further amend Military personnel claims act of 1915 by 

extending time for filing certain claims thereunder, and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 303, 1st session.) 

15240 178. H. R. 5805, act making appropriations for legislative and judiciary branch, 

fiscal vear 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 1, 1953.] 18 p. 
(Chapter 304, 1st session.) 

15241 179. II. R. 5909, act making appropriations for Department of Defense and related 

independent agencies, fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes. [Approved 
Aug. 1, 1953.] 23 p. (Chapter 305, 1st session.) 

15242 180. S. J. Res. 97, joint resolution to amend International Wheat agreement act 

of 1949. Approved Aug. 1. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 306. 1st session.) 

15243 181. H. R. 3884. act to extend authority of Administration of Veterans' Affairs 

to establish and continue offices in Republic of Philippines. Approved Aug. 
1, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 307, 1st session.) 



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H, R. 4484, net to amend sec. 365 of not to establish code of laws for Dis- 
trict of Columbia, anproved Mar. 3. 1901, as amended, to increase maxi- 
mum sum allowable by court out of assets of decedent's estate for funeral 
expenses. Approved Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 308. 1st session.) 

S. 1273, net to amend act to incorporate Americnn University, approved 
Feb. 24. 1893. so as to clarify relations between board of trustees of 
American University and hoard of education of Methodist Church, and 
for other purposes. Approved Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 309, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 5104, act to authorize Secretary of Interior to grant easements for 
rights-of-way through, over and under parkway land along line of 
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and to authorize exchange of lands with 
other Federal departments and agencies, nnd for other purposes. [Ap- 
proved Aug. 1, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 310. 1st session.) 

n. J. Res. 293. joint resolution to permit articles imported from foreign coun- 
tries for purpose of exhibition at Washington State Third International 
Trade Fair, Seattle, Wash., to he admitted without payment of tariff and 
for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 1, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 311, 1st 
session.) 

S. 1393. act to amend District of Columbia teachers' leave act of 1949. Ap- 
proved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 319. 1st session.) 

S. 1945. act to amend act to provide that Board of Education of District of 
Columbia shall have sole authority to regulate vacation periods and annual 
leave of absence of certain school officers and employees of Board of 
Education of District of Columbia, approved Mar. 5, 1952. Approved 
Aug. 5. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 320, 1st session.) 

S. 2277, act to authorize loan of 2 submarines to Government of Italy and 
small aircraft carrier to Government of France. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 
1 p. (Chapter 321, 1st session.) 

S. 2118, act to increase salaries of employees of Board of Education of Dis- 
trict of Columbia, and to provide for study of pay scales and classifica- 
tions of such employees. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 322. 
1st session.) 

H. R. 1802, act to amend act approved Mar. 4, 1915 (38 Stat. 1214), as 
amended. [Approved Aug. 5, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 323, 1st session.) 
[Relates to mineral leases on school lands in Alaska.] 

S. 1197, act granting consent of Congress to negotiation by Nebraska, 
Wyoming, and South Dakota of certain compacts with respect to use of 
waters common to 2 or more of said States. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chanter 324, 1st session.) 

H. R. 2564, act to make provisions of sec. 1362 of title 18 of United States 
code, relating to injury to or interference with communications systems 
operated or controlled by United States, applicable to and within Canal 
Zone. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 325, 1st session.) 

II. R. 4167, act to create commission to be known as Corregidor Bataan 
Memorial Commission. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 326, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 3429. act to amend clause (4) of sec. 35 of Bankruptcy act, as amended. 
Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 327. 1st session.) 

H. R. 4974. act making appropriations for Departments of State, Justice, 
and Commerce, fiscal vear 1954. and for other purposes. [Approved 
Aug. 5, 1953.] 20 p. (Chapter 328, 1st session.) 

H. R. 5303, act to amend sec. 1606 and 1607 of Internal revenue code in 
order to permit unemployment insurance coverage under State unemploy- 
ment compensation laws for seamen employed on certain vessels operated 
by United States. [Approved Aug. 5. 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 329, 1st 
session.) 

H. R. 6571, act amending Legislative reorganization act of 1946 to provide 
for appointment of persons to exercise temporarily duties of certain offices 
of House of Representatives. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 330, 
1st session.) 

H. J. Res. 290, joint resolution creating committee to assist in celebration 
of 200th anniversary of Congress of 1754, held at Albany. N. Y., on June 
24 of that year. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 331. 1st session.) 

H. J. Res. 325. joint resolution to establish date of 2d regular session of 
S3d Congress. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 332. 1st session.) 

H. R. 1806, act to amend further Federal register act, as amended. Ap- 
proved Aug. 5. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 333, 1st session.) [Relates to pub- 
lication of Code of Federal regulations.] 
H. R. 5016, act to amend sec. 502 (1) and 507 of Federal food, drug, and 
cosmetic act in order to identify drug known as aureomycin bv its chem- 
ical nnme, chlortetraevcline. Approved Aug. 5, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 334, 
1st session.) 

H. R. 4353, act to increase farmer participation in ownership and control of 
Federal farm credit system, to create Federal Farm Credit Board, to 
abolish certain offices, to impose franchise tax upon certain firm credit 
institutions, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 6, 1953.] 11 p. 
(Chapter 335. 1st session.) 

H. R. 64S1, act for relief of certain refugees, and orphans, and for other 
purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] S p. (Chapter 336. 1st session.) 

II. J. Res. 121. joint resolution admitting Ohio into the Union. Approved 
Aug. 7. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 337. 1st session.) 

H. R. 572S, act to authorize disposal of government-owned rubber-producing 
facilities nnd for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 10 p. 
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Public laws, 83d Congress — Continued 

206. H. R. 2824. act to encourage discovery, development, and production of tung- 

sten, manganese, chromite, mica, asbestos, beryl, and colunibium-tan- 
talum-bearing ores and concentrates in United States, its Territories, and 
possessions, and for other purposes. Approved July 7, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 339, 1st session.) 

207. H. R. 0200, act making supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1954, 

and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 22 p. (Chapter 340, 
1st session.) 

208. H. J. Res. 316, joint resolution establishing in Treasury of United States 

revolving fund within contingent fund of House of Representatives. 
Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 341. 1st session.) 

209. S. 2491, act to authorize certain construction at military and naval installa- 

tions, and for Alaska communication system, and for other purposes. 
[Approved Aug. 7. 1953.] 22 p. (Chapter 342, 1st session.) 

210. S. 1442. act to amend sec. 202 of Federal power act, with respect to juris- 

diction of Federal Power Commission over persons and facilities engaged 
in transmission or sale of electric energy to foreign countries. Approved 
Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 343. 1st session.) 

211. S. 2135, act to amend sec. 39 of Trading with enemy act as of Oct. 6, 1917. 

as amended. Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 344, 1st session.) 
[Relates to deposits into war claims fund.] 

212. H. R. 5134. act to provide for jurisdiction of United States over submerged 

lands of outer Continental Shelf, and to authorize Secretary of Interior 
to lease such lands for certain purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 10 p. 
(Chapter 345. 1st session.) 

213. H. R. 4152, act to extend time for exemption from income taxes for certain 

members of Armed Forces and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 7, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 346. 1st session.) 

214. S. 2539. act to authorize loan of 2 511111111 rines to Government of Turkey. 
Approved Aug. 7, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 347. 1st session.) 

[. R. 6495. act to extend authority of the President to enter into trade 
agreements under sec. 350 of Tariff act of 1930, as amended, and for 
other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 5 p. (Chapter 348, 1st 
session.) 

. 2249, act to enable the President, during period ending Mar. 15. 1954. to 
furnish to peoples friendly to United States emergency assistance in 
meeting famine or other urgent relief requirements. Approved Aug. 7, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 349. 1st session.) 
H. R. 5740, act to amend Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act, so as to 
protect public health and welfare by providing certain authority for fac- 
tory inspection, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 2 p. 
(Chapter 350. 1st session.) 

218. H. R. 6391. act making appropriations for Mutual Security [Agency], fiscal 

year 19u4. and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 19o3.] 5 p. (Chap- 
ter 351, 1st session.) 

219. H. R. 5256, act to amend Internal Revenue Code with respect to retirement 

of judges of Tax Court of United States. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 4 p. 
(Chapter 352, 1st session.) 

220. S. 2417. act to provide for creation of Commission on Judicial and Congres- 

sional Salaries, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 7, 1953.] 3 d. 
(Chapter 353. 1st session.) 

221. H. R. 5148, act to continue until close of June 30, 1954. suspension of duties 

and import taxes on metal scrap, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 
7.1953. 1 p. (Chapter 354. 1st session.) 

222. S. 32. act to amend sec. 456 of title 28 of United States Code with respect 

to official stations of justices and judges. Approved Aug. 8, 1S53. 1 p. 
(Chapter 376. 1st session.) 

223. S. 977, act to amend National Science Foundation act of 1950. Approved 

Aug. 8. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 377. 1st session.) 

224. S. 725. act to amend sec. 9 of act of May 22. 1928, as amended, authorizing 

and directing national survey of forest resources. Approved Aug. 8. 1953. 
1 p. (Chapter 378. 1st session.) [Relates to survey of forests in Alaska.] 
1402. act to amend Air Commerce act of 1926. as amended, to authorize 
Navigation of foreign civil aircraft in United States through reciprocity 
and under regulations of Civil Aeronautics Board. Approved Aug. 8, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 379, 1st session.) 

226. S. 1515, act granting consent of Congress to certain Western States and 

Alaska and Hawaii to enter into compact relating to higher education in 
Western States and establishing Western Interstate Commission for 
Higher Education. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 4 p. (Chapter 3S0, 1st 
session.) 

227. S. 2055, act to amend act of May 29, 18S4. as amended, to provide for control 

and eradication of scrapie and blue tongue in sheep, and incipient or 
potentially serious minor outbreaks of diseases of animals, and for other 
purposes. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 381, 1st session.) 

228. S. 2434, act to amend Northern Pacific halibut act of 1937. Approved Aug. 
8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 382, 1st session.) 

. J. Res. 6, joint resolution to provide for continuance of civil government 
for Trust Territory of Pacific Islands. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 383, 1st session.) 
H. R. 1524, act to facilitate management of national park system and mis- 
cellaneous areas administered in connection with that svstem, and for 
other purposes. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 384, 1st 
session.) 



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231. H. R. 1527, act to authorize acquisition by United States of remaining non- 
Federal lands within Big Bend National l'ark. and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. S. llir>3. 1 p. (Chapter 385. 1st session.) 

232. H. R. 2234, act to amend rules for prevention of collisions on certain inland 
waters of United States and on western rivers. Approved Aug. 8, 11)53. 
1 p. (Chapter 3SG, 1st session.) [Relates to Mobile River and its 
tributaries.] 

233. H. R. 31U7, act to provide for conveyance of certain national forest land In 
Basalt. Colo. Approved Aug. 8. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 3*7, 1st session.) 

234. H. R. 2458, act to authorize transfer of certain land located at Cherry 
Point, N. C, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 388, 1st session.) 

235. H. R. 4305, act to authorize additional appropriations for Lower San Joaquin 
River project. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 389, 1st session.) 

236. H. R. 5258, act to authorize sale of Army, Navy, and Air Force stores at 
Military establishments to civilian employees of Government, aud for 
other purposes. Approved Aug. S, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 39o, 1st session.) 

237. H. R. 3480, act to amend sec. 509 of title 5 of Agricultural act of 1949. to 
extend for 2 years period during which agricultural workers may be made 
available for employment under such title. Approved Aug. 8, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 301, 1st session.) 

238. H. R. 5257, act to extend to Trust Territory of Pacific Islands certain pro- 
visions of Internal revenue code relating to narcotics. Approved Aug. 8, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 392, 1st session.) 

239. H. R. 5304, act to permit members of uniformed services to elect certain 
contingency options and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 
5 p. (Chapter 303, 1st session.) 

240. H. R. 5501, act to amend Internal revenue code and Narcotic drugs import 
and export act so as to provide that certain drugs which are or may be 
chemically synthesized shall he included within classification of narcotic 
drugs. [Approved Aug. 8. 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 394. 1st session.) 

241. H. R. 5636. act to amend veterans regulations to establish for persons who 
served in Armed Forces during World War II further presumption of 
service connection for tuberculosis other than pulmonary. Approved Aug. 
8, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 395. 1st session.) 

242. H. R. 5742, act to amend International claims settlement act of 1949. 
Approved Aug. 8, 1053. 1 p. (Chapter 396. 1st session.) 

243. H. R. 5877, act to amend certain administrative provisions of Tariff act of 
1930 and related laws, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 
15 p. (Chapter 3S7. 1st session.) 

244. H. R. 6039. act to amend sec. 47c of National defense act. Approved Aug. 8, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 308, 1st session.) [Relates to conferring of credit 
for training in schools operated under Army 55c program. 

245. H. R. 6382. act to amend Federal property and administrative services act 
of 1949 to extend until June 30. 1954. period during which General Serv- 

ices Administration may conduct negotiated sales of surplus property. 
Approved Aug. 8. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 309. 1st session.) 

15308 246. H. R. 6049, act to amend Public law 815. 81st Congress, to provide tempo- 

rary program of assistance in construction of minimum school facilities 
in areas affected by Federal activities, and for other purposes. [Ap- 
proved Aug. 8, 1953.] 8 p. (Chapter 400. 1st session.) 

15309 247. H. R. 0354. act to authorize Coast Guard to accept, operate, and maintain 

certain defense housing facility at Cape Mav, N. J. Approved Aug. 8, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 401. 1st session.) 

15310 248. H. R. 6078. act to amend Public law .'74 of 81st Congress so as to make 

improvements in Its provisions and extend its duration for 2-year period, 
and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 8 p. (Chapter 402, 
1st session.) 

15311 249. H. J. Res. 250. joint resolution authorizing recognition of 200th anniversary 

of founding of Columbia University in city of New York and providing for 
representation of the Government and people of Tnited States in ob- 
servance of tliis anniversay. [Approved Aug. 8, 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 
403. 1st session.) 

15312 251. H. R. 5328. act to provide for use of tribal funds of Ute Mountain Tribe of 

Ute Mountain Reservation, to authorize per capita payment out of such 
funds, and for other purposes. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 
406, 1st session.) 

15313 252. S. 2383. act granting consent of Congress to compact between New Jersey 

and New York known as Waterfront commission compact, and for other 
purposes. TApproved Aug. 12. 1953.) 17 p. (Chapter 407. 1st session.) 

15314 253. S. 2220. act to amend mineral leasing laws with respect to their applica- 

tion in case of pipelines passing through public domain. Approved Aug. 
12. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 408. 1st session.) 

15315 254. H. R. 1383. act to provide for distribution of moneys of deceased restricted 

members of Five Civilized Tribes not exceeding $500, and for other pur- 
poses. Approved Aug. 12, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 409. 1st session.) 

15316 255. S. 1152. act to extend for period of 5 years authority of Secretary of Agri- 

culture to make loans to fur farmers. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. 
(Chapter 425, 1st session.) 

15317 256. S. 285, act to create committee to study and evaluate public and private 

experiments in weather modification. [Approved Aug. 13. 1953.] 4 p. 
(Chapter 426. 1st session.) 

15318 257. S. 677, act to Incorporate National Conference on Citizenship, and for other 

purposes. [Approved Aug. 13, 1953.] 5 p. (Chupter 427, 1st session.) 



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258. S. 887. act to permit exchange and amendment of farm units on Federal 

irrigation projects, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 13, 1U53.] 

4 p. (Chapter 428. 1st session.) 
250. S. 1305, act to incorporate National Safety Council. [Approved Aug. 13, 

1053.] 6 p. (Chapter 429, 1st session.) 

262. S. 671. act to amend sec. 9 (b) of Atomic energy act of 1946 relating to 

exemption of activities of Atomic Energy Commission from State and local 
taxation. Approved Aug. 13, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 432, 1st session.) 

263. S. .1. I.'es. 62. joint resolution to establish Jamestown-Williamsburg-Yorktown 

Celebration Commission, and for other purposes. I Approved Aug. 13, 
1953.) 2 p. (Chapter 433. 1st session.) 

269. H. K. 4151. act to provide wage credits under title 2 of Social security act 

for military service before July 1, 1955, and to extend time for tiling ap- 
plication for lump-sum death payments under such title with respect to 
death of certain individuals dying in service who are reinterrcd. Approved 
Aug. 14. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 4*3. 1st session.) 

270. H. K. 5662. act to amend act of June 30, 1948, so as to extend for 1 year 

authority of Secretary of Interior to issue patents for certain public lands 
in Monroe County. Michigan, held under color of title. Approved Aug. 14, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 484. 1st session.) 

271. H. R. 61S5, act to amend Veterans preference act of 1944, with respect to 

preference accorded in Federal employment to disabled veterans, and for 
other purposes. Approved Aug. 14, i953. 1 p. (Chapter 485, 1st ses- 
sion. ) 

272. H. R. 6252. act to amend charter of Girl Scouts of America so as to limit 

membership on national council of Girl Scouts to citizens of United States, 
to authorize meetings of national council as provided in constitution, and 
to authorize annual report upon preceding fiscal year. Approved Aug. 14, 
1953. 1 p. (Chapter 486. 1st session.) 

274. H. R. 6402. act to provide for abatement of jeopardy assessments when 

jeopardy does not exist. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 488, 
1st session.) 

275. H. J. Res. 268. joint resolution granting consent of Congress to negotiation 

of compact relating to establishment of M-State park and for recreational 
area hv Kentucky and Virginia. Approved Aug. 14, 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 489. 1st session.) 

276. S. J. Res. 08. joint resolution authorizing and directing Secretary of In- 

terior to liquidate Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration. [Ap- 
proved Aug. 15. 1953.] 2 p. (Chapter 501, 1st session.) 

277. H. R. 10.15, act to eliminate certain discriminatory legislation against 

Indians in United States. Approved Aug. 15, 1053. 1 p. (Chapter 502, 
1st session.) 

278. S. 2094. act to facilitate development and construction of water conserva- 

tion facilities liv States and municipalities, and for other purposes. 
Approved Aug. 15. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 503. 1st session.) 

279. H. R. 2062. act to permit coordination of Wisconsin retirement fund with 

Federal old-age and survivors insurance system. Approved Aug. 15, 1953. 
1 p. (Chapter 5"4. 1st session.) 

280. H. R. 1063. net to confer jurisdiction on California. Minnesota. Nebraska, 

Oregon, and Wisconsin, with respect to criminal offenses and civil causes 
of action committed or arising on Indian reservations within such States, 
and for other purposes, [Approved Aug. 15, 1953.] 3 p. (Chapter 505, 
1st session.) 

281. H. R. 3400. act to terminate certain Federal restrictions upon Indians. Ap- 

proved Aug. 15. 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 506. 1st session.) 

282. H. R. 450S. act to authorize sale of certain lands to Oklahoma. Approved 

Aug. 15. 1053. 1 p. (Chapter 507. 1st session.) 

283. H. R. 49S0. act to amend sec. 3250 (11 (5) of Internal revenue code to 

provide that persons entitled to drawback with respect to certain non- 
beverage products may elect to receive such drawback on monthly instead 
of quarterly basis. Approved Aug. 15, 1953. 1 p. (Chapter 508, 1st 
session.) 

284. H. R. 4483. act to provide compensation to Shoshone and Arapahoe Tribes 

of Indians for certain lands of Riverton reclamation project within ceded 
portion of Wind River Reservation, and for other purposes. [Approved 
Aug. 15, 1953.] 22 p. (Chapter 509. 1st session.) 

285. H. R. 5603. act to amend Federal reserve act so as to authorize national 

hanking associations to make loans on forest tracts. Approved Aug. 15, 
1053. 1 p. (Chapter 510. 1st session.) 

286. H. R. 6281. act to reimburse Post Office Department for transmission of 

official Government mail matter. Approved Aug. 15. 1953. 1 p. (Chap- 
ter 511. 1st session.) 

287. H. R. 6426. act to amend Internal revenue code to extend time during which 

certain provisions relating to income and estate taxes shall applv. and for 
other purposes. | Approved Aug. 15, 1953.] 11 p. (Chapter 512, 1st 
session. ) 

288. H. R. 6551. act to amend certain provisions of title 11 of Merchant marine 

act. 1936. as amended, to facilitate private financing of new ship construc- 
tion, and for other purposes. [Approved Aug. 15, 1953.] 3 p. (Chapter 
513, 1st session.) 



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ATOMIC ENERGY JOINT COMMITTEE 

15342 Atomic power development and private enterprise, hearings, 83d Congress, 

1st session, June 24-July 31, 1953. 1953. vi+649 p. il. * Paper, $1.50 

• Item 999 

L. C. card 53-63300 T 4.At 7/2 : En 8/2 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

15343 Major legislative actions, 83d Congress (1st session), up to July 25, 1953; 

prepared by Office of Coordinator of Information, House of Representa- 
tives. [1953.] 28 p. 4° f 
L. C. card 50-60030 Y 1.2 : L 52/953-3 

Souse Wis 

Note. — The following list includes all public hills and resolutions Introduced 
during the period of this catalog. Amendments are not listed. 

For information concerning bills, see (1) House calendar, (2) Congressional record 
index, or (3) Digest of public general bills prepared by the Library of Congress. 

Depository libraries should consult the depository shipping lists for a complete 
list of the bills and resolutions sent to them by the Superintendent of Documents. 

15344 h. R. 6425, 6456, 6458-63, 6466-6S, 6480-81, 6487, 6489, 6491, 6505-13, 6515- 

19, 6534-49, 6571-89, 6606-20, 6648-72, 6702-20, 6722-43, 6786-97, 6812-19, 
6844-49, and H. J. Res. 306-310, 313-326, H. Con. Res. 170-183, H. Res. 
347-393, 83d Congress. • Item 1006 

Note. — House bills H. R. 6820 through H. R. 6843 are identical, as far as con- 
tent is concerned with the Senate bill, S. 2585. Therefore, by order of the Joint 
Committee on Printing, copies of these House bills have not been printed for distri- 
bution to depository libraries. 

House documents 



Note. — All congressional documents and reports entries for which are followed by 
a t, may be obtained from the House and Senate document rooms or from the issuing 
office. 

House document, 74th Congress. 

15345 513. Foreign relations of United States, diplomatic papers, 1935 : v. 3, Far East. 

1953. cvii + 1128 p. ([State Dept. publication 5068; Division of Publi- 
cations, Office of Foreign Affairs.]). * (Available in departmental edi- 
tion, cloth, $4.50, S 1.1 : 935/v. 3). 

House documents, 83d Congress. 

15346 25. Reports to be made to Congress, letter from clerk of House of Representa- 

tives transmitting list of reports which it is duty of any officer or depart- 
ment to make to Congress. Jan. 3. 1953. 37 p. f • Item 996 

15347 105. Report on audit of Virgin Islands Corporation, fiscal year 1952, letter from 

acting comptroller general transmitting report. 1953. v + 19 p. t 

• Item 996 

L. C. card 46-26603 

15348 109. Renort on audit of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, fiscal year 1952, 

letter from acting comptroller general transmitting report. 1953. v+20 
p. t • Item 996 
L. C. card 4 6-26^66 

15349 125. Report on audit of Export-Import Bank of Washington, 1952, letter from 

comptroller general transmitting report. 1953. v + 22 p. f • Item 

996 

L. C. card 47-31627 

15350 131. Report on audit of Inland Waterways Corporation, letter from comptroller 

general transmitting report, fiscal year 1952. 1953. v + 16 p. t 

• Item 996 

L. C. card 47-32076 

15351 134. Report on audit of National Capital Housing Authority, letter from comp- 

troller general transmitting report, fiscal year 1952. 1953. ili + 11 p. t 

• Item 996 

L. C. card 49-46779 

15352 137. Occupational wage survey: Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 1953; [prepared by Louis 

B. Woytch]. [1953.] iii + 15 p. oblong 8° (Labor Statistics Bureau. 
Bulletin 1116-13.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * Available in departmental 
edition, 15c, L 2.3 : 1116-13). 

15353 141. Report on audit of Commodity Credit Corporation, fiscal year 1952, letter 

from comptroller general transmitting pt. 1 of report. 1953. v + 29 p. 
[Contains comments on observations of operations of corn, wheat, cotton 
and peanut price support programs.] t • Item 996 
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House documents, S3d Congress — Continued 

15354 143. Annual report. Office of Alien Property, Department of Justice, fiscal year 

1052. [1053.1 viii + 124 p. t * (Available in departmental edition, 
J 22.1 :952). 

15355 148. Analysis of work stoppages during 1952: [prepared bv Ann J. Herlihv. 

Bernard Yabroff, and Daniel P. Willis, jr.]. [1053.] v + 37 p. 4» (La- 
bor Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 1130.) * (Available in departmental 
edition, 25c. L 2.3: 1136). 

15356 149. Work in injuries in United States during 1951. collection of basic work 

injury data for each of major industries in United States, estimates of 
disabling work Injuries, injury-frequency rates, injury-severity measures, 
changes in injuries and injury rates ; [prepared by Frank S. McElroy, and 
Robert S. Barker]. [1953.] v-f-41 p. II. 4° (Labor Statistics Bureau. 
Bulletin 1137.) [Includes list of Reports on industrial hazards and 
working conditions. Text on p. 4 of cover.] * (Available in depart- 
mental edition. 25c, L 2.3 : 1137). 

15357 167. Occupational wage survey. Los Angeles, Calif., Feb. 1953 [prepared bv Wil- 

liam P. O'Connor], [1953.] iii + 26 p. oblong 8° (Labor Statistics 
Bureau. Bulletin 1116-14.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * (Available in 
departmental edition, 25c, L 2.3 : 1116-14). 

15358 168. Occupational wage survey, Chicago, 111., Mar. 1053 : [prepared by Woodrow 

C. Linn]. [1053.] Hi 4- 28 p. oblong 8° (Labor Statistics Bureau. 
Bulletin 1116-15.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * (Advailable in depart- 
mental edition, 25c, L2.3 : 1116-15). 

15359 173. Occupational wage survey. New York, N. Y., Feb. 1953; [prepared by Nor- 

man J. Samuels]. [1053.] iii + 27 p. oblong 8° (Labor Statistics Bu- 
reau. Bulletin 1116-16.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * (Available in de- 
partmental edition, 25c, L 2.3 : 1116-16). 

15360 178. 90th annual report of Comptroller of Currency, [calendar year] 1952. 

1953. iii4-20S p. ( [Treas. Dept. doc. 3185.]) [Includes Appendix.] 

• (Available in departmental edition, cloth, $1.50, T 12.1 : 952). 

15361 181. Railroad Retirement Board, annual report, fiscal year 1952, with 5th 

Actuarial valuation [as of Dec. 31, 1950]. [1953.] xv + 302 p. 11. 

• (Available in departmental edition, $1.00, RR 1.1 : 952) 

15362 187. Fryingpan-Arkansas project, letter from acting Secretary of Interior trans- 

mitting report on Frying-pan-Arkansas project, Colo. 1953. iil4-177 p. 
il. 2 pi. 3 maps, 2 tab. [This project was formerly called Roaring Fork 
diversion of Gunnison-Arkansas project, Colo.] t • Item 996 
L. C. card 53-63305 

15363 1S8. Occupational wage survey, Boston, Mass., Mar. 1953; [prepared by Harry H. 

Hall]. [1953.] iii + 24 p. oblong 8" (Labor Statistics Bureau. Bulletin 
1116-17.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * (Available in departmental edition, 
20c, L 2.3: 1116-17). 

15364 192. Occupational wage survey : Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 1953 ; [prepared by Bernard J. 

Fahres]. [1953.] 11 + 19 p. oblong 8° (Labor Statistics Bureau. Bul- 
letin 1116-18.) [Text on p. 3 of cover.] * (Available in departmental 
edition, 20c, L 2.3 : 1116-18). 

15365 210. How our laws are made ; by Charles J. Zinn. 1953. v + 30 p. * Paper, 15c. 

• Item 996 

L. C. card 53-61955 

15366 211. United States Constitution, text with analytical Index, unratified amend- 

ments. 1953. v + 62p. * Paper, 20e. • Item 996 
L. C. card 53-61956 

15367 212. Public building construction projects outside District of Columbia, letter 

from administrator, General Services Administration and Postmaster 
General transmitting report pursuant to Public buildings act of 1949 
(Pub. law 105, 81st Congress). 1953. v + 71 p. t • Item 996 

15368 213. Permit communist-conspirators to be teachers? [with lists of references; by 

Hamilton Long]. 1953. v4-47 p. [Includes statement by Association 
of American Universities.] * Paper, 20c. • Item 996 
L. C. card 53-61 S28 

15369 215. Requesting legislation for rehabilitation and economic support of Republic 

of Korea, message from President of United States. July 27, 1953. 3 p. t 

• Item 996 

15370 216. Authorizing Board of Commissioners of District of Columbia to permit 

certain improvements to 2 business properties situated in District of 
Columbia, message from President of United States returning without 
approval bill (H. R. 3087). July 29, 1953. 2 p. t • Item 996 

15371 220. Legislation for raising statutory debt limit, message from President of 

United States requesting legislation for raising statutory debt limit. 
July 30, 1053. 2 p. t • Item 996 

15372 221. Program designed to conserve and improve the Nation's natural resources, 

message from President of United States relative to program designed to 
conserve and improve the Nation's natural resources. July 31, 1953. 
4 p. t • Item 996 

15373 225. Definite plan for making our social-security programs more effective, mes- 

sage from President of United States recommending definite plan for 
making our social-security programs more effective. Aug. 1, 1953. 6 p. t 

• Item 996 

15374 226. Report to Congress on mutual security program ; [covering operations during 
6 months ended] June 30, 1953. [1953.] v + 61 p. il. 4° • (Available 



departmental edition, 35c, Pr 33.901: 4). 

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15378 
15379 

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House reports, 83d Congress, f House Document Room, Capitol. • Item 
1008 

787. Frnns Gnnnink. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 247. 
.Till .v 14, 1853. 4 p. 

853. Providing for publication of the Constitution as House document. Report 
from Committee on House Administration to accompany H. Res. 252. 
July 16, 1953. 1 p. 

857, pt. 2. Military supply management. Accompanying views from Committee 
on Government Operations pursuant to request of July 24, 1953. July 
27. 1953. 7 p. [Includes additional views signed by Clare E. Hoffman.] 
L. C. card 53-01752 

885. Consideration of H. R. 6342. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 344. July 20, 1953. 1 p. 

89S. Amend act of Apr. 6, 19-19. Report from Committee on Agriculture to 
accompany H. R. 4158. July 22, 1953. 4 p. [H. R. 4158 extends author- 
ity to make loans formerly made available by Regional Agricultural 
Credit Corporation.] 

901. Consideration of S. 2277. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 348. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 

902. Consideration of S. 2097. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 349. July 23. 1953. 1 p. 

905. Granting consent of Congress to certain Western States and Alaska and 
Hawaii to enter into compact relating to higher education in Western 
States and establishing Western Interstate Commission for Higher Educa- 
tion. Report from Committee on Education and Labor to accompany 
S. 1515. July 23, 1953. 3 p. 
15383 908. Amending act of June 30, 1948. so as to extend for 1 year authority of 
Secretary of Interior to issue patents for certain public lands in Monroe 
County. Mich., held under color of title. Report from Committee on Inte- 
rior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 5662. July 23. 1953. 4 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 5741. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 350. July 23, 1953. 1 p. 

Ethel Hudson Morrison. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 754. July 24. 1953. 5 p. 

Mary Thaila Worn mack Webb. Report from Committee on Judiciary 
to accompany S. 953. July 24. 1953. 4 p. 

Don B. Whelan. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
2022. July 24. 1953. 8 p. 

Frank L. McCartha. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 2421. July 24, 1953. 4 p. 

Dennis P. Guthrie. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 3232. July 24. 1953. 2 p. 

Curt ; s W. Strong. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
3725. July 24, 1953. 18 p. 

Joseph S. Aldridge. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 4615. July 24, 1053. 5 p. 

Leon H. Callaway and others. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. R. 5616. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

Duncan M. Chalmers and certain other persons. Report from Committee 
on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 6196. July 24. 1953. 2 p. 

Tax refunds on cigarettes lost in floods of 1951. Report from Committee 
on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 4319. July 24. 1953. 3 p. 

Amending Reclamation project act of 1939 removing authorization of 
projects by S cretary of Interior. Report from Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4551. July 24. 1953. 13 p. 
15396 934. Amending sec. 4 01 and 701 of Federal food. drug, and cosmetic act with 
respect to establishment of food standards. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 6434. July 24, 
1953. 6 p. 

935. Outpatient dental care for veterans with dental claims adjudicated prior to 
July 1. 1953. Report from Committee on Veterans' Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 64S5. July 24, 1953. 5 p. 

936. Providing for conveyance of tract of land in Dane County. Wis., to Wis- 
consin State Armory Board. Report from Committee on Armed Services 
to nccompany II. R. 1245. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

937. Authorizing Secretary of Army to transfer certain land and access rights to 
Hawaii. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 
2S42. July 24. 1953. 3 p. 

938. Authorizing Secretary of Army to grant revocable license covering land 
in Hawaii. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany 
H. R. 6025. July 24. 1953. 3 p. 

939. Council of Economic Advisers (Reorganization plan no. 9 of 1953). Report 
[from] Committee on Government Operations to accompany II. Res. 263. 
1953. ii + 5 p. 

940. Payments to air carriers (Reorganization plan no. 10 of 1953). Report 
[from] Committee on Government Operations to accompany H. Res. 264. 
1953. ii + 5 p. 

942. Amending sec. 1 of act approved June 27, 1947 (61 Stat. 189). Report from 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 130 
July 21. 1053. 7 p. [Relates to certain agreements with respect to 
rights in helium-bearing gas land in Navajo Indian Reservation, N. Mex.] 



15384 


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15385 


923. 


15386 


924. 


15387 


925. 


15388 


926. 


153S9 


927. 


15390 


928. 


15391 


929. 


15392 


930. 


15393 


931. 


15394 


932. 


15395 


933. 



15397 
15398 
15399 
15400 
15401 
15402 
15403 



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House reports, 83d Congress — Continued 
943. 



15405 944. 



15406 


945. 


15407 


946. 


15408 


947. 


15409 


94S. 


15410 


949. 


15411 


950. 


15412 


951. 


15413 


952. 


15414 


953. 


15415 


954. 


15416 


955. 


15417 


95G. 


15418 


957. 


15419 


958. 


15420 


959. 


15421 


960. 


15422 


961. 


15423 


962. 


15424 


963. 


15425 


964. 


15426 


965. 


15427 


966. 



15428 967. 



15429 


968. 


15430 


969. 


15431 


970. 


15432 


971. 


15433 


972. 


15434 


973. 


15435 


974. 


15436 


975. 



Small business act of 1903, Reconstruction Finance Corporation liquida- 
tion act. Conference report to accompany H. K. 5141. July 24, 1903. 
20 p. 

Amending act of Congress approved Mar. 4, 1915 (38 Stat. 1214), as 
amended. Conference report to accompany H. R. 1S02. July 24, 1953. 
2 )). [Relates to mineral leases on school lands in Alaska.] 

Bicentennial of founding of Columbia University. Report from Committee 
on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 250. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

Bicentennial of Albany Congress. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. J. Res. 290. July 24. 1903. 3 p. 

Inteiiur Department appropriation bill, 1954. Conference report to ac- 
company H. R. 4N28. July 25. 1903. 13 p. 

Anny Del Cui to. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 52. 
July 27. 1903. 3 p. 

Irene Ezitis. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 228. 
July 27, 1903. 3 p. 

Giuseppe Orsi. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 312. 
July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

Charles Cbardon Brooks. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany S. 561. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

Dr. Jose Montero. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 
1366. July 27. 1953. 5 p. 

Akemi Terada. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 
1516. July 27, 1903. 2 p. 

Compensation to [Clarence A. Beutel, former] deputy administrator. Re- 
construction Finance Corporation. Report from Committee on Banking 
and Currency to accompany S. 2104. July 27. 1953. 3 p. 

Favoring suspension of deportation of certain aliens. Report from Com- 
mittee on Judiciary to accompany S. Con. Res. 41. July 27, 1953. 2 p.' 

Sister Walfreda (Anna Nell's), and Sister Amaltrudis (Gertrude Schnei- 
der). Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 687. 
July 27. 1953. 3 p. 

Shui-Fook Fung. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
749. July 27, 1953. 7 p. 

Katina Panagioti Fifflis and Theodore I'anagiotou Fifflis. Report from 
Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1129. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

Zia Taheri & Frances Hakimzadeh Taheri. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary to accompany II. R. 1346. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

Mrs. Clemtine De Ryck. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany H. R. 1516. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Marigo Th. Tsipoura. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
II. R. 1753. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Yuielji Matsumoto. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 2628. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Nickolas K. Ioannides. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 3045. July 27, 1953. 6 p. 

John James T. Bell. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 3280. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

John Hatgegeorge. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 5552. July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

Tendering thanks of Congress to Peyton C. March, former chief of staff of 
Arinr. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. Con. 
Res. 170. July 27, 1953. 1 p. 

Favoring placing of inscription "United States of America" on containers 
of American made goods for export. Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. Con. Res. 40. July 27, 
1953. 2 p. 

Repealing sec. 4 of act of Mar. 2, 1934, creating Model Housing Board of 
Puerto Rieo. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany II. R. 4030. July 27. 1903. 3 p. 

Amending sec. 24 of Federal reserve act. Report from Committee on Back- 
ing and Currency to accompany H. R. 5603. July 27, 1953. 5 p. [Re- 
lates to loans on forest tracts.] 

Authorizing Secretary of Interior to issue patent to Idaho for certain land. 
Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 998. July 27. 1903. 3 p. 

Authorizing sale of certain lands to Oklahoma. Report from Committee 
on Interior and Insular Affairs to aceompany H. R. 400S. July 27, 1953. 
3 p. 

Preventing Federal lands acquisition from interfering with sustained yield 
timber operations. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Af- 
fairs to accompany II. R. 4640. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Preference for former owners of certain dwellings being sold under Lan- 
ham war housing act. Report from Committee on Banking and Currency 
to accompany H. R. 6130. July 27, 1953. 2 p. 

Emergency immigration program. Report from Committee on Judiciary 
to accompany II. R. 6481. July 27. 1903. 20 p. [Includes minority 
views.] 

Authorizing and directing Secretary of Interior to liquidate Puerto Rico 
Reconstruction Administration. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. J. Res. 297. July 27, 1903. 5 p. 



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15439 



15451 
15452 



077. 
978. 



15442 


981. 


15443 


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House reports, S3d Congress — Continued 
976. Providing that certain costs and expenses Incurred in connection with 
certain repayment contracts with irrigation districts approved by 
acts of May ti, 1949 (63 Stat. 62), Oct. 27, 194!) (03 Stat. 941), and June 
23, 1952 (66 Stat. 151, 153), shall be nonreimbursable. Report from 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 727. July 27, 
1953. 3 p. 

Permitting exchange and amendment of farm units on Federal irrigation 
projects. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany S. 887. July 27, 1953. 6 p. 

Amending sec. 202 of Federal power act with respect to transmission or 
sale of electric energy to foreign countries. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 7442. July 27, 1953. 
7 p. [Includes additional views signed by John W. Heselton.J 

Enabling Hawaiian Homes Commission of Hawaii to exchange available 
lands as designated by Hawaiian Homes Commission act, 1920. for 
public lands. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
to accompany H. R. 2839. July 27, 1953. 2 p. 

Authorizing the President to exercise certain powers conferred upon 
him by Hawaiian organic act in respect of certain property ceded to 
United States by Hawaii, notwithstanding acts of Aug. 5, 1939, and 
June 10, 1949. or other acts of Congress. Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2846. July 27, 1953. 
5 p. 

Limitation of Federal expenditures. Report [from] Committee on Govern- 
ment Operations to accompany H. R. 2. 1953. ii + 5 p. 

Amending Federal property and administrative services act of 1949, as 
amended. Report from Committee on Government Operations to accom- 
pany H. R. G382. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

Emergency famine relief authority. Report from Committee on Agriculture 
to accompany H. R. 0016. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Authorizing Secretary of Interior to construct, operate, and maintain, cer- 
tain facilities to provide water for irrigation and domestic use iroui Santa 
Margarita River, Calif., and joint utilization of dam and reservoir 
and other waterwork facilities by Department of Interior and Depart- 
ment of Navy. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
to accompany H. R. 5731. July 27, 1953. 11 p. 

Facilitating development and construction of water conservation facilities 
by States and municipalities. Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 0112. July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 64S1. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 353. July 27, 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 5976. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 354. July 27, 1953. 1 p. 

Wisconsin retirement fund. Report from Committee on Ways and Means 
to accompany H. R. 2062. July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

Amendment of sec. 217 (e) of Social security act. Report from Committee 

on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 4151. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

[H. R. 4151 provides wage credits for military service before July 1. 

1955, and extends time for filing application for death payments with 

respect to individuals dying in service who are reinterred.] 

Payment of stamp taxes by check. Report from Committee on Ways and 
Means to accompany H. R. 4027. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Amendment of sec. 3250 (1) (5) of Internal revenue code. Report from 
Committee on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 4980. July 27, 
1953. 2 p. [H. R. 49S0 provides that a person entitled to drawback 
with respect to certain nonbeverage products may elect to receive such 
drawback on a monthly instead of a quarterly basis.] 

Amendment of Public law 587, 82d Congress. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 6413. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Abatement of jeopardy assessments. Report from Committee on Ways and 
Means to accompany H. R. 6402. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

Amendment of sec. 345 of Revenue act of 1951. Report from Committee 
on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 0440. July 27, 1953. 2 p. [Re- 
lates to income tax on trusts accumulated for benefit of servicemen 
killed in action.] 

Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare appropriation 
bill, 1954. Conference report to accompany H. R. 5246. July 27, 1953. 
11 p. [Includes related independent agencies.] 

District of Columbia appropriation bill, 1054. Conference report to accom- 
pany H. R. 5471. July 27, 1953. 8 p. 

1st independent offices appropriation act. 1954. Conference report to accom- 
pany II. R. 4063. July 27, 1953. 12 p. 

New Jersey-New York waterfront commission compact. Report from Com- 
mittee on Judiciary to accompany S. 23S3. July 27, 1053. 9 p. 

Rubber producing facilities disposal act of 1953. Conference report to 
accompany H. R. 57^8. July 27, 1953. 17 p. 

Changing date for beginning of annual assessment work on mining claims 
held by location in United States, including Alaska, from 1st day of 
July to 1st day of October. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2320. July 2S, 1953. 3 p. 

Authorizing works for development and furnishing of water supplies for 
waterfowl management, Central Valley project. Calif. Report from Com- 
mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4213. July 
2S, 1953. 4 p. 



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reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

Effect of present tax structure on small business, preliminary report [from] 
Select Committee on Small Business, pursuant to H. Kes. 22. 1953. 
vii + 11 p. 
L. C. card 53-61873 

Authorizing military and naval construction. Report from Committee on 
Armed Services to accompany H. R. 6545. July 28, 1953. 24 p. 

Reimbursing Post Office Department for transmission of official Govern- 
ment mail matter. Report from Committee on Post Office and Civil 
Service to accompany II. R. 6281. July 28. 1953. 3 p. 

Omnibus judgeship bill. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 15. July 28, 1953. 207 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 5603. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 358. July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of H. R. tiOlU. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 359. July 2.S. 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of Senate Joint Resolution 97. Report from Rules Com- 
mittee to accompany H. Res. 360, July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of II. R. 6413. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 361. July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 6545. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 362. July 28. 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of S. 23S3. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 
H. Res. 363. July 28, 1953. 1 p. 

Alaska forest survey. Report from Committee on Agriculture to accom- 
pany S. 725. July 28, 1953. 3 p. 

Loans to fur farmers. Report from Committee on Agriculture to accom- 
pany S. 1152. July 28, 1953. 2 p. 

Scrapie and blue tongue. Report from Committee on Agriculture to accom- 
pany S. 2055. July 28, 1952 [1953]. 3 p. 

Department of Defense appropriation bill, 1954. Conference report to 
accompany H. R. 5969. July 28, 1953. 8 p. 

Authorizing Secretary of Interior to construct, operate, and maintain 
irrigation works comprising Foster Creek di.ision of Chief Joseph Dam 
project, Wash. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
to accomp. ny H. R. 4S54. July 28. 1953. 8 p. 

Amending sec. 3178 of Internal revenue code. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 62. July 28, 1953. 2 p. [Relates 
to distilled spirits and wines rectified in bonded manufacturing ware- 
houses.] 

Amending par. 1530 (e) of Tariff act of 1930. Report from Committee on 
Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 6465. July 28, 1953. 2 p. 
[Rehites to footwear with fabiic uppers.] 

Establishing in Treasury of United States revolving fund within contingent 
fund of House of Representatives. Report from Committee on House 
Administration to accompany H. J. Res. 316. July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

Amending House resolution 150, 83d Congress, with respect to expenses 
incurred by Committee on Government Operations, acting as a whole or 
bv subcommittee. Report from Committee on House Administration to 
accompany H. Res. 339. July 29. 1953. 1 p. 

Amending International Claims settlement act of 1949. Report from Com- 
mittee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. R. 5742. July 29. 1953. 4 p. 

Creating committee to study and evaluate public and private experiments 
in weather modification. Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign [Commerce] Committee to accompany S. 285. July 29, 1953. 
8 p. 

Amending act of Feb. 15. 1923, to release certain rights and interests of 
United States In and to certain lands conveyed to Chandler, Okla. 
Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany 
H. R. 10S1. July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

Expressing hopes of American people for early unification of Germany 
by free elections and for achievement by people of East Germany of their 
basic human rights and freedom. Report from Committee on Foreign 
Affairs to accompany H. Con. Res. 125. July 29, 1953. 2 p. 

Amending act of May 26, 1948, establishing Civil Air Patrol as civilian 
auxiliary of Air Force. Report from Committee on Armed Services 
to accompany H. R. 2274. July 29, 1953. 8 p. 

Reserve officer personnel act. Report from Committee on Armed Services to 
accompany H. R. 6573. July 29, 1953. 44 p. 

Providing for conveyance of portion of Camp Butner military reservation, 
N. S., to State of North Carolina. July 29, 1953. 4 p. 

Amending Merchant marine act, 1936, to provide national defense reserve 
of tankers and to promote construction of new tankers. Report from 
Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to accompany H. R. 6353. 
July 29, 1953. 4 p. [Includes minority views.] 

Providing for construction of Markham Ferry project on Grand River in 
Oklahoma by Grand River Dim Authority, instrumentality of Oklahoma. 
Report from Committee on Public Works to accompany S. 119. July 29, 
1953. 7 p. 

Authorizing additional appropriations for Lower San Joaquin River project. 
Report from Committee on Public Works to accompany H. R. 4305. July 
29, 1953. 4 p. 

Outer Continental Shelf. Conference report to accompany H. R. 5134. 
July 29, 1953. 13 p. 



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reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

Amending mineral leasing laws with respect to their application in cose 
of pipelines passing through public domain. Conference report to accom- 
pany S. 2220. July 29. 1953. 2 p. 
Clarifying status of mining clnlms In areas held under oil and gas pros- 
pecting lease and to encourage exploration and development of fissionable 
source materials. Conference report to accompany S. 1397. July 29, 
1953. 3 p. 
Amending act of Sept. 3, 1035 (49 Stat. 1085) as amended. Conference 
report to accompany II. R. 2828. July 29, 1953. 4 p. [H. R. 2828, as 
here reported, provides for termination of Federal supervision over 
Menominee Indians of Wisconsin. Includes minority views. J 
Consideration of S. 15. Report from Committee on Rules to accompany 

H. Res. 367. July 29. 1953. 1 p. 
Consideration of II. R. 5731. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 36S. July 29, 1953. 1 p. 

Consideration of H. R. 4046. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 
pany H. Res. 369. July 19.1953. 1 p. 

Expressing condemnation of people of United States of religious and politi- 
cal persecution behind Iron Curtain. Report from Committee on Foreign 
Affairs to accompany H. Con. Res. 158. July 29. 1953. 2 p. 

Amending Canal Zone Code in reference to survival of things in action. 
Report from Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to accompany 
H. R. 4881. July 29. 1953. 1 p. 

Providing for construction of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial at 
site of old St Louis. Mo., in general accordance with plan approved 
by United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Commission. Report 
from Committee on House Administration to accompany H. R. 6549. 
July 29. 1953. 5 p. 

Authorizing Panama Canal Company to transfer Canal Zone Corrosion 
Laboratory to Department of Navy. Report from Committee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries to accompany H. R. 5862. July 29. 1953. 2 p 

Amending certain provisions of title 11 of Merchant marine act. 1936, as 
amended, to facilitate private financing of new ship construction. Re- 
port from Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to accompany 
H. R. 6441. July 29. 1953. 5 p. 

Amending Northern Pacific halibut act of 1937. Report from Committee 
on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to accompany H. R. 6467. July 
1953. 2 p. 

Customs treatment of wood dowels. Report from Committee on Ways and 
Means to accompany H. R. 2763. July 29. 1953. 2 p. 

Amendment of sec. 25 (b) (3) of Internal revenue code. Report from 
Committee on Ways and Means to accompany H. R. 3370. July 29 
1953. 3 p. 

Customs administration. Report from Committee on Ways and Means 
to accompany H. R. 6584. July 29. 1953. 9 p. 

Amending act approved Julv 8, 19.'!7, authorizing cash relief for certain 
employes of Canal Zone Government. Report from Committee on Mer- 
chant Marine and Fisheries to accompany H. R. 5861. July 29, 1953. 
4 p. 

Amendment to sec. 205 of Small business act of 1953. Report from 
Committee on Banking and Currency to accompany H. R. 0648. July 30, 
1053. 2 p. [Relates to employment of consultants, etc., by Small 
Business Administration.] 

Strengthening foreign relations of United States by establishing Commis- 
sion on Governmental Use of International Telecommunications. Report 
from Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany S. J. Res. 96. July 30, 
1953. 2 p. 

Increasing fee for executing application for passport from ?1.00 to S3. 00. 
Report from Committee on Foreign Affairs to accompany H. R. 423. 
July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

Study of business operations in defense establishments (procurement). 
5th intermediate report of Committee on Government Operations. 1953. 
v + 27 p. 
L. C. card 53-61874 

Providing for relief of certain reclamation homestead entrymen. Report 
from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 3306. 
July 30. 1953. 3 p. [H. R. 330G. as here reported, relates" to entrymen 
on lands in the Northport division of the North Platte reclamation 
project.] 

Authorizing appropriation of funds for construction of certain highway- 
railroad giade separations in District of Columbia. Report from Com- 
lulllee on Public Works to accompany II. R. 6080. July 30. 1953. 5 p. 

Farm credit act of 1953. Conference report to accompany H. R. 4353. 
July 30. 1953. 14 p. 

Rubber producing facilities disposal act of 1953. Conference report to 
accompany H. R. 5728. July 30, 1953. 18 p. 

Mutual security appropriation bill. Conference report to accompany H. R. 
0391. July 30, 1953. 8 p. 

Creation of Commission on Judicial and Congressional Salaries. Report 
from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 2417. July 31, 1953. 4 p. 

Adjust cotton marketing quotas. Report from Committee on Agriculture 
to accompany II. R. 6605. July 31, 1953. 6 p. 

Authorizing holding of ceremonies in connection with restoration and 
completion of frieze In Capitol. Report from Committee on House Ad- 
ministration to accompany S. Con. Res. 45. July 31, 1953. 1 p. 



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House reports, S3d Conrrress — Continued 

1060. Providing additional compensation for chaplain of House of Representa- 
tives. Report from Committee on House Administration to accompany 
H. Res. 355. July 31, 1953. 1 p. 

10G1. Providing for expanses of conducting investigation authorized bv House 
resolution 346. Report from Committee on House Administration to 
accompany II. Res. 356. July 31, 1953. 1 p. 

1062. National Conference on Citizenship. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 677. July 31, 1953. 2 p. 

1063. Consideration of H. R. 6672. Report from Committee on Rules to accom- 

pany H. Res. 375. July 31, 1953. 1 p. 

1064. Deht limit of United States. Report from Committee on Ways and Means 

to accompany H. R. 6072. July 31, 1953. 4 p. 

1065. Mrs. James J. O'ltourke. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 4961. July 31. 1953. 3 p. 

1066. Lillian Schlossberg. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2163. July 31, 1953. 5 p. 

1067. Leo F. I'inder. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R 

2876. July 31, 1953. 12 p. 
106S. Estate of Anna I. R. Wells, deceased, and others. Report from Com- 
mittee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 3573. July 31, 1953. 5 p. 

1069. Refugee relief lull of 1953. Conference report to accompany H. R. 6481. 

July 31. 1953. 11 p. 

1070. Emergency famine relief authority. Conference report to accompany 

S. 2249. July 31. 1953. 4 p. 

1071. Extension of Mexican farm labor program. Conference report to accom- 

pany H. R. 3480. July 31. 1953. 2 p. 

1072. National Safety Council. Conference report to accompany S. 1105. July 

31, 1953. 8 p. 

1073. Seizure and forfeiture under Espionage act. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany S. 41. July 31, 1953. 6 p. 

1074. Jamestown-Williamsburg-Yorktown Celebration Commission. Report from 

Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. J. Res. 232. July 31, 1953. 
2 p. 

1075. Supplemental appropriation bill. 1954. Conference report to accompany 

H. R. G200. July 31, 1953. 13 p. 

1076. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposi- 

tion of Executive Papers. Aug. 1. 1953. 2 p. 

1077. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposi- 

tion of Executive Papers. Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. 

1078. Disposition of sundry papers. Report from Joint Committee on Disposi- 

tion of Executive Papers. Aug. 1. 1953. 2 p. 

1079. Investigation of Department of Justice, report to Committee on Judiciary 

by subcommittee to investigate Department of Justice. 1953. v + 140 
p. il. [Includes minority views signed by Bvron G. Rogers.] 
L. C. card 53-63347 
10S0. Extending to potato producers same Government services now available for 
other fruits and vegetables. Report from Committee on Agriculture to 
accompany H. R. 3895. Aug. 1, 1953. 4 p. 

1081. Authorizing care and treatment of narcotic addicts. Report from Com- 

mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 6702. 
Aug. 1, 1953. 3 p. 

1082. Amending Commodity exchange act so as to includeonions. Report from 

Committee on Agriculture to accompany H. R. 6435. Aug. 1, 1953. 2 p. 

1083. Suit against members of Committee on Un-American activities. Interim 

report of Committee on Judiciary, pursuant to H. Res. 190. 1953. 

li + 15 p. 

L. C. card 53-61957 

1084. Relief of Arlene Randolph, daughter of Mrs. Olga Randolph. Report from 

Committee en House Administration to accompany H. Res. 343. Aug. 
1, 1953. 1 p. 

1085. Printing copies of report and hearings of subcommittee of Judiciary [Com- 

mittee. Senate], on subversive influence in educational process. Report 
from Committee on House Administration to accompany S. Con. Res. 47. 
Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. 

10S6. Printing parts of hearings and reports of subcommittee on Tof] Judiciary 
[Committee, Senatel. on interlocking subversion in Government depart- 
ments. Report from Committee on House Administration to accompany 
S. Con. Res. 48. Aug. 1. 1953. 1 p. 

1087. Authorizing expenditure of certain funds for expenses of Select Committee 
to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations. Report from Committee on 
House Administration to accompany II. Res. 373. Aug. 1, 1953. 1 p. 

10S8. Providing funds for expenses of investigations and studies authorized by 
House 'resolution 36."",. Report from Committee on House Administration 
to accompany H. Res. 366. Aug. 1. 1953. 1 p. 

1098. Trade agreements extension bill of 1953. Conference report to accompany 
H. R. 5495. Aug. 1, 1953. 3 p. [Corrected print.] 

1090. Supplemental appropriation bill. 1954. Conference report to accompany 

H. R. 6200. Aug. 1, 1953. 14 p. 

1091. School construction assistance in Federally affected areas. Conference 

report to accompany H. R. 6049. Aug. 3. 1953. 11 p. 

1092. Operating expenses of school districts affected by Federal activities. Con- 

ference report to accompany H. R. 6078. Aug. 3, 1953. 11 p. 

1093. National forest mining claims. Report from Committee on Agriculture to 



accompany 



H. R. 5358. 



3, 1953. 12 p. 



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House reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

15555 10U4. Amending sec. 39 of Trading with the enemy act of Oct. 6, 1917, as 

amended. Conference report to accompany S. 2315. Aug. 3, 1953. 2 p- 
[Relates to deposit of certain funds into war claims fund.] 

Agriculture Committee, House 

[Committee hearings] serials, 83d Congress, t • Item 1010 

15556 B. Wheat to Pakistan, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5659, H. R. 

5660, H. R. 5661, June 15 and 16, 1953. 1953. iii + 89 p. 

L. C. card 53-61848 Y 4.Ag 8/1 : W 56/12 

15557 O. Sale of Austrian winter peas, hearings before subcommittee no. 3, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on sale of Austrian winter peas by Commodity Credit Corpora- 
tion, June 17-24, 1903. 1903. iv + 195 p. 
L. C. card 53-61S82 T 4.Ag 8/1 : P 32 

15558 Imports of potash, report and conclusions of subcommittee on fertilizer 

and farm machinery, S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. ii+3 p. (Com- 
mittee print, S3d Congress, 1st session.) t 
L. C. card 53-61984 Y 4.Ag 8/1 : P S4/8 

Appropriations Committee, Bouse 

15559 Disaster loan revolving fund, Department of Agriculture, hearings before 

subcommittee, 83d Congress, 1st session. 1953. ii+39-f-i p. t 

• Item 1011 

L. C. card 53-61791 Y 4.Ap 6/1 : D 63/5 

Armed Services Committee, Bouse 

10560 First report on progress under Public Law 436, 82d Congress, 2d session, 
Defense cataloging and standardization act, report of subcommittee on 
defense activities under authority of H. Res. 125 (83d Congress) (1st 
session). 1953. ii+4 p. t 
L. C. card 53-63329 Y 4Ar 5/2 : D 36/2 

[Papers], S3d Congress, t • Item 1012 Y4.Ar5/2a: 953-54/ (nos.) 

Note. — These papers consist largely of hearings. They are paged continuously 
for binding at the end of the session of Congress under the title "Hearings before 
Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on sundry legisla- 
tion affecting the naval and military establishments." Title page, contents, and 
Index are issued for each volume. 

15561 40. Full committee hearings on miscellaneous acquisition and disposal projects, 

and H. R. 2842, H. R. 6025. and H. R. 1245, and report on murder of 
William V. Holohan. [1953.] p. 1407-60. 

15562 41. Full committee hearings on H. R. 6573, H. R. 2274, S. 2217, H. R. 5304, and 

H. R. 5632. [1953.] p. 1471-S2. 

15563 42. Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 2274, to further amend act of May 26, 1948, 

to establish Civil Air Patrol as civilian auxiliary of Air Force and to au- 
thorize secretary of Air Force to extend aid to Civil Air Patrol in fulfill- 
ment of its objectives, and for other purposes. [1953.] p. 1483-90. 

15564 43. Subcommittee hearing on H. R. 525S, to authorize sale of Army, Navy, and 

Air Force stores at military establishments to civilian employees of Gov- 
ernment, and for other purposes. [1953.] p. 1491—1523. 

15565 44. Reserve officer personnel act, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, pursuant 

to H. R. 1222, May 27-July 28. 1953. 1953. ii 4- 1525-2103 p. 

15566 45. Subcommittee hearing on miscellaneous real estate projects. [1953.] p. 

2105-28. 

15567 Proposed standardization, hearings before subcommittee on defense activi- 

ties (under authority of H. Res. 125), S3d Congress, 1st session, on 
proposed standardization of 210 CFM compressors by Department of 
Army under sec. 2 (c) (13), Armed services procurement act, 1947, 
Apr. 27 and May 12, 1953. 1953. pt. 1, ii+8S p. t • Item 1012 
L. C. card 53-61941 Y 4.Ar 5/2 : St 2/pt.l 

15568 Report and recommendations on tire-testing program at Camp Bullis. Tex., 

Army Ordnance Corps, report of subcommittee on defense activities 

under authority of H. Res. 125, 83d Congress. 1953. ii+4 p. t 

L. C. card 53-61996 Y 4.Ar 5/2 : T 51 

15569 Report and recommendations surrounding disappearance of William V. 

Holohan, report of special subcommittee under authority of H. Res. 125, 

S3d Congress, 1st session. 1953. ii+24 p. t 

L. C. card 53-6199S Y 4.Ar 5/2 : H 6S 

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15570 Report on armed services exchanges (PX's), 1953, report of subcommittee 

on defense activities under authority of H. Res. 125, 83d Congress. 1953. 

ii+4.3 p. il. t 

L. C. card 53-61997 Y 4.Ar 5/2 : Ex 2 

Foreign Affairs Committee, House 

15571 Favoring extension of diplomatic relations with Republics of Ukraine and 

Byelorussia, hearing. 83d Congress, 1st session, before special subcom- 
mittee on H. Con. Res. 58. July 15, 1953. 1953. iii+112 p. ♦Pa- 
per, 30c. • Item 1017 
L. C. card 53-61849 Y 4.F 76/1 : Ui 7 

15572 Foreign economic policy, hearings before subcommittee on foreign economic 

policy, S3d Congress, 1st session, Mar. 12-May 12, 1953. 1953. vi+400 

p. il. f • Item 1017 

L. C. card 53-618S4 Y 4.F 76/1 : Ec 7/2 

15573 Survey' of Passamaquoddy tidal power project, hearings before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. J. Res. 112, H. J. Res. 113, and 
H. J. Res. 114, July 14 and 22, 1953. 1953. iv+93 p. il. t • Item 1017 
L. C. card 53-61924 Y 4.F 76/1 : P 26/6 

Government Operations Committee, House 

Note. — The name of the Committee on Expenditures in Executive DepartmentB 
was changed to Committee on Government Operations by House resolution 647, 
82d Congress, 2d session, agreed to July 3, 1952. 

15574 Amendments to Federal property and administrative services act of 1949 

as amended (transfers of real property), hearings before special sub- 
committee, S3d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5605, July 20 and 21, 
1953. 1953. iv+65 p. t • Item 1016 
L. C. card 53-61925 Y 4.0 74/7 : F 31 

15575 Navy Department's procurement of forklift trucks, hearings before subcom- 

mittee, 83d Congress, 1st session, Apr. 14 and 15, 1953. 1953. iv+193 

p. t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61847 Y 4.G 74/7 : T 76 

15576 Reorganization plan no. 9 of 1953, Council of Economic Advisers, hearings 

before special subcommittee, S3d Congress, 1st session, on H. R j s. 263, 

July 14 and 17, 1953. 1953. iii-f- 22 p. t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61792 Y 4.G 74/7 : R 29/2/no.9 

15577 Reorganization plan no. 10 of 1953, payments to air carriers, hearing be- 

fore special subcommittee, S3d Congress, 1st session, on H. Res. 264, 

July 17, 1953. 1953. iv+62 p. t • Item 1016 

L. C. card 53-61800 Y 4.G 74/7 : R 29/2/no.lO 

15578 xj se of nonappropriated funds by executive agencies, Bonn-Bad Godesberg 

area construction program, hearings before subcommittee, 83d Congress, 
1st session. Mar. 19-24, 1953. 1953. vii+424 p. il. t • Item 1016 
L. C. card 53-61787 Y 4.G 74/7 : F 96 

Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, House 

[Committee hearings] serial, S3d Congress. • Item 1023 

15579 6. Fryingpan-Arkansas project, Colo., hearings before subcommittee on irrigation 

and reclamation, 83d Congress. 1st session, on H. K. 236, June 8—10, 1953. 

1953. iii-f 285 p. il. 10 maps t 

L. C. card 53-617SS Y. 4. In 8/14 : 83/6 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, House 

15580 Color television, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, on present status of 

color television. Mar. 24-31, 1953. 1953. iii+229 p. t • Item 1019 
L. C. card 53-63325 Y 4.1n 8/4 : T 23/5 

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15581 Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act (food standards), hearing before sub- 

committee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on U. R. 5055, July 15, 1953. 1953. 

iii + 17 p. t • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-61935 T 4.1n 8/4 : F 317/13 

15582 Federal power act (water conservation facilities) hearing, 83d Congress, 

1st session, on H. R. 6112. July 17, 1953. 1953. iii+57 p. t • Item 

1019 

L. C. card 53-63324 Y 4.1n 8/4 : F 317/12 

150S3 Natural gas act (distribution), hearing before subcommittee, S3d Congress, 
1st session, on H. R. 2679 [and other bills], June 29, 1953. 1953. iv+73 
p. t • Item 1019 
L. C. card 53-61786 Y 4.1n 8/4 : G 21/9 

15554 Public Health Service act ( narcotics addicts ) , hearing before subcommittee, 

83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 3204, H. R. 5422, June 24, 1953. 

1953. iii+24 p. t • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-61926 Y 4.1n 8/4 : P 96/17 

15555 Weather modification experiments, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on 

H. R. 1064 and H. R. 25S0, H. R. 1584, [and] S. 2S5, July 28, 1953. 1953. 

iii+45 p. t • Item 1019 

L. C. card 53-63323 Y 4.1n 8/4 : W 37/2 

Judiciary Committee, Souse 

[Committee hearings] serial, S3d Congress. • Item 1020 

15586 2. Investigation of Department of Justice, hearings before special subcommittee 

to investigate Department of Justice, 83d Congress. 1st session on H. Res. 
50, and committee resolution of Jan. 27, 1953, Feb. 19-June 30, 1953. 
1953. 2 pts. [xv] +2447 p. il. * 
L. C. card 53-61842 T 4.J 89/1 : 83/2/pt.l-2 

Post Office and Civil Service Committee, House 

15587 Study of civilian manpower utilization in Federal Government, preliminary 

report to Committee on Post Office and Civil Service by subcommittee on 
manpower utilization. 1953. iii+11 p. (Subcommittee print [83d Con- 
gress, 1st session].) f 
L. C. card 53-61983 Y 4.P S4/10 : C 49/3 

Small Business, Select Committee on, House 

1558S Effect of present tax structure on small business, hearings before sub 
committee no. 2, S3d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to H. Res. 22, May 
19-21, 1953. 1953. vii+443 p. il. t • Item 1031 
L. C. card 53-61797 Y4.Sml:T19 

Un-American Activities Committee, House 

15589 Communist methods of infiltration (education), hearings, 83d Congress, 

1st session, June 22-July 1, 1953. 1953. pt. 6, vi+lS43-1937 p. * Paper, 

25c. • Item 1026 

L. C. card 53-60486 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/34/pt.6 

15590 Communist methods of infiltration (Government, labor), hearing S3d Con- 

gress, 1st session, July 20, 1953. 1953. pt. 2, vi+1953-67 p. * Paper, 

10c. • Item 1026 

L. C. card 53-61542 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/39/pt.2 

15591 Franciszek Jarecki, flight to freedom, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st session, 

July 1, 1953. 1953. iv+ 1687-1705 p. [Executive session, before sub- 
committee, released by full committee.] f • Item 1026 
L. C. card 53-61934 Y 4.TJn 1/2 : J 2S 

15592 Investigation of communist activities in Columbus, Ohio, area, hearings, 

83d Congress, 1st session, June 17 and IS, 1953. 1953. vi+1739-lS41 
p. il. [Includes memorandum dated July 2, 1953. These hearings were 
held at Columbus, Ohio.] * Paper, 25c. • Item 1026 
L. C. card 53-61S51 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/40 

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15593 Organized communism in the United States, Aug. 19, 1953. [1953.] vi+150 

p. * Paper. 35c. 

L. C. card 53-63303 Y 4.Un 1/2 : C 73/35 

15594 Testimony of Stephen H. Fritchman, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, 

Sept. 12, 1951. 1953. iv + 1939-52 p. [This testimony, taken in execu- 
tive session in Los Angeles, Calif., was released on July 31, 1953.] t 
• Item 1026 
L. C. card 53-61937 Y 4.Un 1/2 : F 91 

Veterans' Affairs Committee, Bouse 

15595 Direct loans for veterans 30 percent or more disabled, hearing before sub- 

committee on housing, S3d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 65S2, July 31, 

1953. 1953. iii + 2935-55 p. t • Item 1027 

L. C. card 53-61853 Y 4.V 64/3 : L 78/3 

15596 Entitlement and eligibility of veterans for hospital care and outpatient 

dental treatment, hearings before subcommittee on hospitals, 83d Con- 
gress, 1st session, July 8-21, 1953. 1953. viii+2910A p. il. f • Item 
1027 
L. C. card 53-61885 Y 4.V 64/3 : H 79/4 

15597 Exemption under Public law 550, training for certain persons performing 

service as missionaries, hearings before subcommittee on education and 
training, S3d Congress, 1st session, on S. 631 and H. R. 2S66, July 20, 
1953. 1953. iii+2911-21 p. t • Item 1027 
L. C. card 53-61789 Y 4.V 64/3 : 51 69 

15598 Insurance operations of Veterans' Administration. 1953. iii+125 p. 1 

facsim. (House Committee print 55, 83d Congress, 1st session.) f 
L. C. card 53-61907 Y 4.V 64/3 : In 7/6 

15599 Operations of Veterans' Administration hospital and medical program. 

1953. iv+553 p. 1 facsim. 1 tab. (House Committee print 58, 83d 

Congress, 1st session.) f 

L. C. card 53-61908 Y 4.V 64/3 : H 79/5 

15600 Outpatient dental care for veterans with claims approved prior to July 

1, 1953, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 6485, July 24, 1953. 

1953. iii+2923-33 p. t • Item 1027 

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Senate bills 

Note. — The following list includes all puhlic bills and resolutions introduced 
during the period of this catalog. Amendments are not listed. 

For information concerning bills, see (1) Senate calendar, (2) Congressional 
record index, or (3) Digest of public general bills prepared by the Library of 
Congress. 

Depository libraries should consult the depository shipping lists for a complete 
list of the bills and resolutions sent to them by the Superintendent of Documents. 

15601 s. 2453-54, 2457, 2460, 2466-CS, 2470-80, 24S6-88, 2491, 2495, 2501-3, 2505, 

2514-15, 2517, 2521, 2526-27, 2530, 2533, 2537-41, 2543, 2545, 2548-52, 
2544-57, 2559-63, 25C5, 2568-72. 2575-77, 2579, 2582-85, 2590-91, 2598- 
2601, and S. J. Res. 104-111, S. Con. Res. 41-53, S. Res. 150-154, 156-166, 
83d Congress. • Item 1006 

Senate documents 

Note. — All Senate documents, entries for which are followed by a t, may be ob- 
tained from the Senate Document Room or from the issuing office. 

Senate documents, S3d Congress. 

15602 50. 14th semiannual report of Atomic Energy Commission [Jan-June 1953]. 

July 1953. viii + 9S p. il * (Available in department edition, 30c, 
Y3.At7 : 21>94/2/9.">::.) 

15603 57. Water supply and Texas economy, appraisal of Texas water problem ; prepared 

by Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Area Planning Office, 
Austin, Texas. 1953. ix + 91 p. il. * Paper, 25c. O Item 996 
L. C. card 53-G334S 

15604 68. Proposed supplemental appropriations, Small Business Administration, fiscal 

year 1954. July 27, 1953. 3 p. + • Item 996 

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Senate executive reports 

Senate executive reports, S3d Congress, 1st session. $ Y 1.83/1 : rp/(nos.) 

5. Treaties of friendship, commerce and navigation. Report from Committee on 

Foreign Relations to accompany Executive R, 82d Congress, 1st session, 
[Executives H, I, J, 82d Congress, 2d session, [and Executives] C, N, 0, 83d 
Congress, 1st session. July 17, 19S3. 11 p. 
L. C. card 53-61839 

6. Protocol prolonging international agreement regarding regulation and market- 

ing of sugar. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany 
Executive L, 83d Congress, 1st session. July 21, 1903. 2 p. 
L. C. card 53-61854 

7. Convention for preservation of halibut fishery of northern Pacific Ocean and 

Bering Sea. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany 
Executive P, 83d Congress, 1st session. July 23, 1953. 5 p. 
L. C. card 53-61840 



Senate reports 
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15614 
15615 
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Senate reports, 83d Congress, t Senate Document Room, Capitol. • Item 

l'OOS. (No 822 is sold by Superintendent of Documents.) 

534. Rose Cohen. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 323. 
July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

538. Alfonso Albano. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 596. 
July 14, 1953. 3 p. 

541. Zoltan Weingarten. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 
1009. Jury 14, 1953. 4 p. 

572. Railroad-communications safety legislation. Report from Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 539. July 14, 1953. 
11 p. 

587. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to issue to Tom Gwin patent in fee to 
certain lands in Mississippi. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 947. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 
Amending Alaska game law. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 

Affairs to accompany H. R. 1571. July 15, 1953. 2 p. 
Nogales sanitation project. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations 

to accompany S. 498. July 16, 1953. 3 p. 
Bridge across St. Marys River, Mich. Report from Committee on Foreign 

Relations to accompany H. R. 4302. July 16, 1953. 2 p. 
Revision of U. N. charter. Report from Committee on Foreign Relations 
to accompany S. Res. 126, as amended. July 16, 1953. 3 p. 

606. Control of trade with Soviet bloc. Interim report of Committee on Govern- 
ment Operations, made by its Senate permanent subcommittee on investiga- 
tions, pursuant to S. Res. 40. 1953. iv + 57 p. il. 
L. C. card 53-61805 

613. Implementation of convention for preservation of halibut fishery of Northern 
Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. Report from Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 2434. July 23, 1953. 2 p. 

622. Arthur Oppenheimer, jr., and Mrs. Jane Oppenheimer. Report from Com- 

mittee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 1329. July 23, 1953. 9 p. 

623. Amending Federal register act. Report from Committee on Judiciary to ac- 

company H. R. 1806. July 23, 1953. 5 p. [Relates to publication of 
Code of Federal regulations.] 
627. Susan Kay Burkhalter. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 1458. July 23. 1953. 7 p. 

630. Proceedings against Harvey O'Connor for contempt of Senate. Report from 

Committee on Government Operations to accompany S. Res. 147. July 

23, 1953. 3 p. 

631. Emergency famine assistance authority. Report from Committee on Agri- 

culture and Forestry to accompany S. 2249. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

633. Unemployment insurance coverage for seamen employed on certain vessels 

operated by United States.' Report from Committee on Finance to 
accompany H. R. 5303. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

634. Three-year presumption for all types of tuberculosis. Report from Com- 

mittee on Finance to accompany H. R. 5636. July 24, 1953. 3 p. 

636. One-year extension of suspension of duties on metal scrap. Report from 

Committee on Finance to accompany H. R. 5148. July 24, 1953. 4 p. 
[H. R. 5148 excludes lead and zinc scrap from suspension unless zinc 
scrap is imported under contract prior to July 1, 1953, and does not affect 
application of Public law 38, 82d Cong., to copper scrap.] 

637. Continuance of Veterans' Administration office in Republic of the Philip- 

pines. Report from Committee on Finance to accompany H. R. 3S84. July 

24, 1953. 4 p. 

635. Fred P. Hines. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 152. 

July 24, 1953. 2 p. 

640. Repealing obsolete Red-cedar shingle statistics law. Report from Committee 

Post Office and Civil Service to accompany S. 234S. July 24. 1953. 3 p. 

641. Amending Merchant marine act, 1930, to provide national defense reserve 

of tankers and to promote construction of new tankers. Report from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 2408. 
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15031 642. Agricultural trade development act of 1953. Report from Committee on 
Agriculture and Forestry to accompany S. 2475. July 24, 1953. 4 p. 

15632 646. Making additional appropriations for Department of Agriculture, fiscal year 

1954. Report from Committee on Appropriations to accompany H. J. 
Res. 305. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15633 647. Mrs. Irma Benjamin. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 171. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15634 648. Insun Lee. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 179. 

July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15035 649. Josephine Maria Riss Fang. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany S. 1050. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15636 650. Anthony N. Goraieh. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 1954. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15037 651. Valda Cimermanis. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 1969. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15i!88 652. Dr. Hamdi Akar. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
3396. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15639 654. Inger Larsson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 354. 

July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15640 655. Granting of permanent residence to certain aliens. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany H. Con. Res. 110. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15641 656. Felix S. Schorr and his wife, Lilly Elizabeth Schorr. Report from Com- 

mittee on Judiciary to accompany S. 303. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15642 657. Filolaos Tsolakis and his wife. Vassiliki Tsolakis. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany S. SOS. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15643 658. Horst F. W. Dittmar and Heinz-Erik Dlttmar. Report from Committee on 

Judiciary to accompany S. 506. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15644 659. George P. Khouri. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 743. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15645 660. Silva Galjevscek. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 1038. July 27. 1953. 4 p. 

15646 661. Tusuf (Uash) Lazar. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 7S6. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15047 002. Charles H. Lin (also known as Lin Clino Hsi). Report from Committee on 
Judiciary to accompany H. R. 960. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

1564S 663. Irene Proios (nee Vagianos). Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. R. 1695. July 27, 1953. 3 p. 

15649 664. Dr. Mauousos A. Petrohelos. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany H. R. 1754. July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

15050 605. Chivuko Miki Tomono. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 21S7. July 27, 1953. 6 p. 

15651 600. Matsue Hashimoto. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2413. July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

15652 007. Carmela Daino Davenia. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2603. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15653 60S. Lauri Allan Torni. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 2004. July 27, 1953. 7 p. 

15054 009. Panaglotes G. Karras. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H, R. 3831. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15055 070. Eleonore Friedrieh McAnelly. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 4424. July 27, 1953. 8 p. 
15050 071. Hormoz Mahmoud. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 4833. July 27, 1953. 4 p. 
15057 672. Uniformed services contingency act of 1953. Report from Committee on 

Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5304. July 27, 1953. 20 p. 

15658 673. College ROTC credit for equivalent training received in certain secondary 

schools (includes schools under sec. 55 (c) of National defense act. 
Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 6039. 
July 27, 1953. 5 p. 

15659 674. Authorizing military and naval construction, and Alaska communication 

system. Report from Committee on Armed Services to accompany S. 2491. 
July 27, 1953. 10 p. 
150G0 075. Retirement for Tax Court judges. Report from Committee on Finance to 
accompany H. R. 5256. July 27. 195.3. 11 p. 

15661 670. Morphine and cocaine produced by chemical synthesis. Report from Com- 

mittee on Finance to accompany H. R. 5561. July 27, 1953. 12 p. 

15662 677. Supplemental appropriation loll, 1954. Report from Committee on Appro- 

priations to accompany H. R. 6200. July 27, 1953. 26 p. 

15663 67S. Extending certain narcotic drug provisions to Trust Territory of Pacific 

Islands. Report from Committee on Finance to accompany II. R. 5257. 
July 27, 1953. 4 p. 

15664 679. Preference accorded in Federal employment to veterans. Report from Com- 

mittee on Post Office and Civil Service to accompany S. 2451. July 27, 
1953. 4 p. 

15665 680. Docket fees. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 251. 

July 27, 1953. 2 p. 

15666 682. Compilation on [of] Legislative reorganization act of 1946. Report from 

Committee on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 148. July 
28, 1953. 2 p. 

15667 683. Expenses of Committee on Banking and Currency. Report from Committee 

on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 136. July 28, 1953. 
2 p. 
15008 684. T. K. Li. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 2462. 
July 28, 1953. 3 p. 



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Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

685. Amending Internal revenue code to extend time during -which certain pro- 

visions relating to income and estate taxes shall apply. Report from 
Committee on Finance to accompany H. E. 6426. July 28, 1953. 11 p. 

686. Amendment of International claims settlement act of 1949. Report from 

Committee on Foreign Relations to accompany S. 2487. July 28, 1953. 
3 p. 

687. Legislative-judiciary appropriation hill, 1954. Report from Committee on 

Appropriations to accompany H. R, 5S05. July 28, 1953. 14 p. 

688. Expenses of Committee on Public Works. Report from Committee on Rules 

and Administration to accompany S. Res. 141. July 28, 1953. 2 p. 
6S9. Study of critical raw materials. Report from Committee on Rules and 
Administration to accompany S. Res. 143. July 28, 1953. 6 p. 

690. Additional expenses of Committee on Foreign Relations. Report from 

Committee on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 149. July 
28, 1953. 2 p. 

691. Revision of U. N. charter. Report from Committee on Rules and Adminis- 

tration to accompany S. Res. 126. July 28, 1953. 2 p. 

692. Investigation of problems in interstate and foreign commerce. Report 

from Committee on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 135. 
July 28, 1953. 4 p. 

693. Investigations of public transportation In District of Columbia. Report from 

Committee on Rules and Administration to accompany S. Res. 140. July 
28, 1953. 1 p. 

694. State taxation of Atomic Energy Commission activities. Report from Joint 

Committee on Atomic Energy to accompany S. 671. July 28, 1953. 8 p. 

695. Authorizing sale of Army, Navy, and Air Force stores at military establish- 

ments to civilian employees of the Government. Report from Committee 
on Armed Services to accompany H. R. 5258. July 29, 1953. 5 p. 

696. Amending act of Aug. 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 1049), increasing attorney fees to 

10 percent. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to 
accompany S. 129. July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

697. Authorizing sale of certain lands to Oklahoma. Report from Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1639. July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

698. Amending act of June 30, 1948, so as to extend for 1 year authority of 

Secretary of Interior to issue patents for certain public lands in Monroe 
County, Mich., held under color of title. Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 2441. July 29, 1953. 4 p. 
Conferring jurisdiction on California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, and 
Wisconsin, with respect to criminal offenses and civil causes of action 
committed or arising on Indian reservations within such States. Report 
from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1063. 
July 29, 1953. 9 p. 

700. Distribution of moneys of deceased restricted members of Five Civilized 

Tribes, Oklahoma, not exceeding $500. Report from Committee on Inte- 
rior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 13S3. July 29, 1953. 4 p. 

701. Authorizing acquisition by United States of remaining non-Federal lands 

within Big Bend National Park. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 1527. July 29, 1953. 2 p. 

702. Providing for conveyance of certain lands within Santa Fe National Forest, 

N. Mex. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 3956. July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

703. Validating certain conveyances heretofore made by Central Pacific Railway 

Co., corporation, and its lessee, Southern Paeilic Co., corporation, in- 
volving certain portions of right-of-way, in County of Alameda, California, 
acquired by Central Pacific Railway Co. uuder act of Congress approved 
July 1, 1802 (12 Stat. L. 4S9), as amended by act of Congress approved 
July 2, 1864 (13 Stat. L. 356). Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 4047. July 29, 19o3. 4 p. 

704. Providing for use of tribal funds of Ute Mountain Tribe of Ute Mountain 

Reservation, to authorize per capita payment out of such funds. Report 
from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 5328. 
July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

705. Granting consent of Congress to negotiation of compact relating to estab- 

lishment of bistate park by Kentucky and Virginia. Report from Com-: 
mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. J. Res. 81. July 29; 
1953. 2 p. 

706. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to cooperate with Kentucky to acquire non- 

Federal cave properties within authorized boundaries of Mammoth Cave! 
National Park, Ky. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Af-' 
fairs to accompany S. 79. July 29, 1903. 4 p. 

707. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to convey certain land to Tucson, Ariz.. 

and to accept other laud in exchange therefor. Report from Committee 
on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1160. July 29, 1953 
2 p. 

708. Validating conveyance of certain lands by Central Pacific Railway Co., anc 

its lessee, Southern Pacific Co., to Union Ice Co. and Edward Barbera 
Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R 
1127. July 29, 1953. 4 p. 

709. To provide for taxation by Wyoming of certain property located within conl 

lines of Grand Teton National Park. Report from Committee on Interio) 
and Insular Affairs to accompany S. 1706. July 29, 1953. 5 p. 



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710. Amending Federal property and administrative services act of 1949, as 

amended. Keport from Committee on Government Operations to accom- 
pany S. 1:424. July 29, 1953. 6 p. IS. 2424 permits disposal of surplus 
property to State health departments and county mosquito control 
districts.] 

711. Amending Federal property and administrative services act of 1949, as 

amended. Keport front Committee on Government Operations to accom- 
pany H. R. 6382. July 29,1953. op. [H. R. 0382 extends period during 
which General Services Administration may conduct negotiated sales of 
surplus property.] 

712. Amending Federal food, drug, and cosmetic act so as to protect public 

health and welfare by providing certain authority for factory inspection. 
Report from Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to accompany II. R. 
5740. July 29, 1953. 9 p. 

713. School construction assistance in Federally affected areas. Report from 

Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to accompany II. R. 6049, July 
29, 1953. 27 p. 

714. Operating expenses of school districts affected by Federal activities. Re- 

port from Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to accompany H. R. 
0078. July 29, 1953. 28 p. 

715. Permitting charging of tolls on certain highways constructed with Federal 

aid. Report with minority views from Committee on Public Works to 
accompany S. 796. July 29, 1953. 11 p. [S. 796, as amended by com- 
mittee relates to Connecticut highways, only.] 

716. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to convey certain lands and rights of-way 

in Wyoming to Jackson, Wyo. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany S. 606. July 29, 1953. 3 p. 

717. Sale of public lands in Alaska. Report from Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 18S0. July 29, 1953. 2 p. 

718. Authorizing sale of certain public lauds in Alaska to Alaska Council of Boy 

Scouts of America for campsite. Report from Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2011. July 29, 1953. 2 p. 

719. Authorizing Secretary of Interior to sell certain land to Ted. B. Landoe 

and Roderic S. Carpenter. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs to accompany H. R. 2019. July 29, 1953. 2 p. 

720. Admitting Ohio into the Union. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. J. Res. 121. July 29, 1953. 4 p. 

721. Authorizing sale of certain land in Alaska to Calvary Baptist Church, of 

Anchorage, Alaska, for use as Church site. Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 2013. July 29, 1953. 
2 p. 

722. Eliminating certain discriminatory legislation against Indians in United 

States. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accom- 
pany H. R. 1055. July 29, 1953. 3 p. [Relates to application of liquor 
laws.] 

723. Facilitating management of national park system and miscellaneous areas 

administered in connection with that system. Report from Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. II. 1524. July 29, 1953. 
6 p. 

724. City of Xew York tercentennial commemorative coin. Keport from Com- 

mittee on Banking and Currency to accompany S. 2474. July 30, 1953. 
2 p. 

725. Establishing Jamestown-Williamsburg-Yorktown Celebration Commission, 

Report from Committee ou Judiciary to accompany S. J. Res. 62. July 30, 
1953. 2 p. 

726. Wisconsin retirement fund. Report from Committee on Finance to accom- 

pany H. R. 2062. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

727. Mrs. Margaret D. Surhan. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. K. 3276. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 
72S. Amendment of sec. 217 te) of Social security act. Report from Committee 
on Finance to accompany H. R. 4151. July 30, 19SS. 3 p. [H. R. 4151 
provides wage credits for military service before July 1, 1955, and ex- 
tends time for filing application for death payments with respect to in- 
dividuals dying in service who are reinterred.] 

729. Amendment of sec. 3250 (1) (5) of Internal revenue code. Report from 

Committee on Finance to accompany H. R. 4980. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 
[H. R. 4980 provides that a person entitled to drawback with respect to 
certain nonbeverage products may elect to receive such drawback on a 
monthly instead of a quarterly basis.] 

730. Abatement of jeopardy assessments. Report from Committee on Finance to 

accompany H. R. 6402. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

731. Loans on forest tracts. Report from Committee on Banking and Currency 

to accompany S. 2069. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

732. Reimbursing l'ost Ollice Department for transmission of official Government 

mail matter. Report from Committee on Post Oflice and Civil Service to 
accompany II. R. 6281. " July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

733. Bicenteunial of founding of Columbia University. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany S. J. Res. 74. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

734. Bicentennial of Albany Congress. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. J. Res. 99. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

735. Commemorating 300th anniversary of formation of Westmoreland County. 

Va. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. Con. Res. 28. 
July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

736. To incorporate Board for Fundamental Education. Keport from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany S. 1796. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 



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Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

15721 737. Amir Hassan Sepauban. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 23G. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15722 738. Jean Tokuda. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 482. 

July 30, 1053. 2 p. 

15723 739. For relief of estate of Mrs. Margareth Weigand. Report from Committee 

of Judiciary to accompany S. 502. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15724 740. Guiglio Squillari, Mrs. Barbero Margiorina Squillari, Kosanna Squillari, 

and Eugenio Squillari. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany S. 532. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15725 741. Hannelore Netz and her 2 children. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 600. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 
1572C 742. Charlottee Witzeling Robinson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany S. 706. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15727 743. Helena Lewicka. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 982. 

July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15728 744. Stefan Virgilius Issarescu. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 1226. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15729 745. Robert A. Tyrrell. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 1652. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15730 748. Gerolf Lamprecht. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 1656. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15731 747. Mrs. Esther Wagner. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 2073. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15732 748. Lieselotte Sommer. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 210S. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15733 749. Philip Jack Sager (Koichi Sasaki). Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 2117. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15734 750. Mrs. Ala Olejcak (nee Holubowa). Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany S. 2151. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15735 751. Jon Jeffrey Williams. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 2318. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15736 752. Mrs. Rebecca Godschalk. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 68. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15737 753. Crisanto Castillo Underwood. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 109. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15738 754. Anni Wilhelmine Skoda. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany S. 123. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15739 755. Geraldine B. Mathews. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 214. July 30, 1953. 16 p. 

15740 756. Ahmet Haldun Koca Taskin. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 260. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15741 757. Antonio Vocale. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 305. 

July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15742 75S. Li Ming. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 353. July 

30, 1953. 5 p. 

15743 759. Lt. Thomas C. Rooney and Mrs. Thomas C. Rooney. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 814. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

15744 760. Lt. Col. James D. Wilmeth. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. S37. July 30, 1953. 14 p. 

15745 761. Orsola Jacopelli Leggio. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 871. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15746 762. Luigi Lotito. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 917. 

July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15747 763. Estate of Frank DeNuzzi and Cecelia Melnik Burns. Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 637. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

15748 764. Jekabs Lenbergs. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

953. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15749 765. Edith Smith. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

954. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

15750 7G6. Dr. Dudley A. Reekie. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 975. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

15751 767. Gerda Goerauch. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1124. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

15752 76S. Harold Joe Davis. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1460. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15753 769. Aiko Ikehara. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1629. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15754 770. Eugene de Thassy. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 1756. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 

15755 771. Lee Lai Ha. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

1792. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15756 772. Nicola, Lucia, and Rocco Fierro. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 1S92. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15757 773. Rose Marie Gradelone Calicchio. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 2029. July 30,. 1953. 3 p. 

15758 774. Col. Harry F. Cunningham. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 2158. July 30, 1953. 9 p. 

15759 775. Cyril Claude Andersen, Patricia Andersen Hill, and Thelma Andersen Mc- 

Neill. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15760 776. Hilary Hess. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 414. 

July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15761 777. Vera Helene Hamer (Vera Helga Mueller) and Sonja Margret Hamer (Sonja 

.M argot Mueller). Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 1198. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 



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Senate reports, S3d Congress — Continued 
77S. Lydia L. A. Samraney. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
S. 1323. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

779. Rosa Guglielmo. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 

2116. July 30. 1953. 3 p. 

780. Rosa Veronika Schenk. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 211)2. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

781. Transportation of fireworks. Reports from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 116. July 30, 1953. 8 p. 

752. Bureau of Prisons employees. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 395. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

753. Frank B. Pindle. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

660. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

784. Kim Jung Soo. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
684. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

7S5. Mrs. Fumiko Sawai Kkovran. Report from Committee on Judiciary to ac- 
company H. R. 723. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

786. Helga G. Jordan and her son. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. R. 728. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

7S7. Estate of Mrs. India Taylor I'almi Stevenson. Report from Committee on 
Judiciary to accompany H. R. 812. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

788. Harry Clay, jr. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2396. July 30. 1953. 9 p. 

789. City of Reno, Nev. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 2511. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

790. Amending charter of Girl Scouts of America. Report from Committee on 

District of Columbia to accompany H. R. 6252. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

791. City of Northampton. Mass., tercentennial commemorative coin. Report 

from Committee on Banking and Currency to accompany S. 9S7. July 30, 
1953. 4 p. 

792. Louisiana Purchase sesquicentennial commemorative coin. Report from Com- 

mittee on Banking and Currency to accompany H. R. 1917. July 30, 1953. 
5 p. 

793. Purchase and sale of personal property belonging to Indians. Report from 

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs to accompany H. R. 3409. 
July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

794. Expressing sense of Congress that certain tribes of Indians should be freed 

from Federal supervision. Report from Committee on Interior and Insular 
Affairs to accompany H. Con. Res. 108. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

795. Elzbieta Grzvmkowska .larosz. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 2602. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

796. City and county of Denver, Colo. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 2750. July 30, 1953. 3 n. 

797. Wera Fazio, a minor. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 27S5. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

798. David Zorub. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2801. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

799. Sachiko Yuda. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

2816. July 30. 1953. 4 p. 

500. William Urban Malonev. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 3046. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

501. Waltraut Benteler LaMontagre. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany H. R. 3142. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

502. Gisela Korb (nee Unruh). Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 3223. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

803. Josef Ablassmeier. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3520. July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

804. Mrs. Nathalie Iliine. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3630. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 

805. Dorothv Sonva Goldschmidt. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 

pany H. R. 3631. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

806. Antonio Bruno. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany II. R. 

3828. July 30. 1953. 2 p. 

807. Mrs. Lau Hong Shee. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 4100. "July 30, 1953. 2 p. 

SOS. Hidenori Utada. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
4101. July 30. 1953. 3 p. 

SOO. Mrs. Edith D. Williamson. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accom- 
pany H. R. 432S. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

810. Julia S. Criswell. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 4375. July 30. 1953. 2 p. 

811. Eveline Brigitte Bartl (Eveline B. Hermann). Report from Committee 

on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 5951. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

812. Matthew J. Berckman. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 827. July 30. 1953. 6 p. 

813. Richard H. Backus. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 777. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 

814. Ruth Rumiko Fukano. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 3235. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

S15. Hiroki Hollopeter. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 
H. R. 3268. July 30, 1953. 5 p. 

816. Yuriko Akimoto. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 
3300. July 30. 1953. 2 p. 

S17. Amending Natural gas act. Report from Committee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce to accompany H. R. 5976. July 30, 1953. 15 p. 



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15802 Government Publications 

Senate reports, 83d Congress — Continued 

15802 818. Authorizing Coast Guard to accept, operate anil maintain certain defense 

housing facility at Cape May, N. J. Report from Committee on Interstate 
and Foreign Commerce to accompany II. R. 6354. July 30, 1953. 1 p. 

15803 819. Amending sec. 9 of Merchant ship sales act of 1946. Report from Committee 

on Interstate and Foreign Commerce to accompany S. 1918. July 30, 
1953. 2 p. 

15804 820. Amending rules for prevention of collisions on certain inland waters of 

United States and on western rivers. Report from Committee on Inter- 
state and Foreign Commerce to accompany H. R. 2234. July 30, 1953. 
2 p. [Relates to Mobile River and its tributaries.] 

15805 821. Amending Merchant marine act of 1936 to facilitate private financing of 

new ship construction. Report from Committee on Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce to accompany S. 2409. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 

15806 822. Future of irregular airlines. Report of Select Committee on Small Business. 

1953. ii + 23 p. • Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 53-61872 

15807 823. Loan of 2 submarines to Government of Turkey. Report from Committee 

on Armed Services to accompany S. 2539. July 31, 1953. 2 p. 

15508 824. Paolo Dnnesi. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany S. 1440. 

Aug. 1, 1953. 2 p. 

15509 825. Pier Luigi Borghesi Stewart. Report from Committee on Judiciary to 

accompany S. 1469. Aug. 1,1953. 3 p. 

15810 826. Louise Kaden and Elke Beate Kaden. Report from Committee on Judiciary 

to accompany H. R. 5118. July 30, 1953. 4 p. 

15811 827. Salvatore Mario Veltri. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 5470. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15812 828. Irene Andrews. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany H. R. 

54S6. July 30, 1953. 7 p. 

15813 829. Ililde Kretz Sforza. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 4440. July 30, 1953. 3 p. 

15814 830. George Ellis Ellison. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

S. 1018. July 30, 1953. 6 p. 

15815 S31. George Michael Jabour. Report from Committee on Judiciary to accompany 

H. R. 5887. July 3D. 1953. 5 p. 

15816 832. Stephania Ziegler (Sister Benitia), Anna Hazel (Sister Clara), and Theresia 

Tuppinger (Sister Romana). Report from Committee on Judiciary to 
accompany H. R. 3035. Aug. 1, 1953. 2 p. 

15817 833. Providing for conveyance of tract of land in Dane County, Wis., to Wis- 

consin State Armory Board. Report from Committee on Armed Services 
to accompany H. R. 1245. Aug. 3, 1953. 3 p. 
1581S 834. Amendment to sec. 205 of Small business act of 1953. Report from Com- 
mittee on Banking and Currency to accompany H. R. 6648. Aug. 3, 1953. 
2 p. [Relates to employment of consultants, etc., by Small Business 
Administration.] 

15819 835. Problems of independent motion picture exhibitors. Report of Select Com- 

mittee on Small Business. 1953. ii + 19 p. 
L. C. card 53-63346 

Agriculture and. Forestry Committee, Senate 

15820 Cotton marketing quotas and acreage allotments, hearings, S3d Congress, 

1st session, on S. 2106 and S. 21S3, June 30-July 11, 1953. 1953. v+204 

p. t • Item 1032 

L. C. card 53-61940 Y 4.Ag S/2 : C 82/35 

Appropriations Committee, Senate 

15S21 District of Columbia appropriations for 1954, Sod Congress, 1st session, 
hearings before subcommittee on H. R. 5471. 1953. ii+654+vi p. il. t 

• Item 1033 

L. C. card 53-61S02 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : D 63/954 

15822 Foreign-aid program in Europe, report of investigations division of Com- 

mittee on Appropriations, Senate, relative to activities of foreign-aid 
program in France and in regional oitices of MSA in Paris ; July 1953. 
1953. [l]+92p. (Committee print, S3d Congress, 1st session.) t 
L. C. card 53-61829 X 4.Ap 6/2 : F 76/5 

15823 Legislative-judiciary appropriations, 1954, hearings before subcommittee, 

83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 5S05. 1953. ii+S5+ii p. il. t 

• Item 1033 

L. C. card 53-61801 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : L 52/954 

15824 Mutual security appropriations for 1954, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st ses- 

sion, on H. R. 6391. 1953. ii+924+vi p. il. chart, t • Item 1033 

L. C. card 53-61795 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : Se 2/954 

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15825 Supplemental appropriation bill, 1954, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, 

on H. R. 6200. 1953. ii + 776 p. ill t • Item 1033 

L. C. card 03-61704 Y 4.Ap 6/2 : Ap 6/2/954 

Aimed Services Committee, Senate 

15826 Aircraft procurement, bearings before preparedness subcommittee no. 1, 

83d Congress, 1st session, on contract award of C-119 cargo planes by 

Air Force June 2-24, 1953. 1953. iii+494 p. il. 5 pi. 2 tab. t • Item 

1034 

L. C. card 53-61942 Y 4.Ar 5/3 : Ai 7/3 

15827 Investigation of ammunition shortages in armed services. 2d report of 

preparedness subcommittee no. 2 under authority of S. Res. 86. 1953. 

v+8 p. (Senate committee print, Sod Congress. 1st session.) t 

L. C. card 53-61415 Y 4.Ar 5/3 : Am 6/3/rp.2 

15828 Military and naval construction authorization, hearings before Committee 

on Armed Services and subcommittee on real estate and military con- 
struction, S3d Congress, 1st session, on S. 2361, July 21-24, 1953. 1953. 
iii+240 p. t • Item 1034 
L. C. card 53-01785 Y 4.Ar 5/3 : C 76/5 

15S29 Uniformed services contingency option act of 1953, hearing, 83d Congress, 
1st session, on H. R. 5304, July 23, 1953. 1953. iii+37 p. t • Item 1034 
L. C. card 53-61793 Y 4.Ar 5/3 : Un 3 

Banking and Currency Committee, Senate 

15830 Bank holding legislation, hearings, S3d Congress, 1st session, on S. 76 and 
S. 1118, July 21 and 22, 1953. 1953. pt. 2, iii+143-257 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61599 Y 4.B 22/3 : B 22/3/pt.2 

15S31 Committee on Consumer Interests, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st session, on 
S. Res. 38, -May IS, 1953. 1953. iii+28 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61850 Y 4.B 22/3 : C 76/6 

15832 Nomination of Victor E. Cooley, bearing 83d Congress, 1st session, on 
nomination of Victor E. Cooley, of Missouri, to be deputy director of 
Office of Defense Mobilization, July 29, 1953. 1953. ii+3 p. t • Item 
1035 
L. C. card 53-61933 Y 4.B 22/3 : C 77/2 

15S33 Nomination of Walter W. McAllister, hearings, 83d Congress, 1st session, 
on nomination of Walter W. McAllister, of Texas, to be member of 
Home Loan Bank Board, July 29 and 30, 1953. 1953. ii+12 p. t 

• Item 1035 

L. C. card 53-61936 Y 4.B 22/3 : M 11 

15834 Nominations of Glen E. Edgerton and Lynn U. Stambaugh, hearing, S3d 

Congress, 1st session, on nominations of Glen E. Edgerton of District of 
Columbia, to be managing director, and Lynn U. Stambaugh of North 
Dakota, to be deputy director of Export-Import Bank, July 29, 1953. 
1953. ii+3 p. t • Item 1035 
L. C. card 53-61930 Y 4.B 22/3 : Ed 3/2 

Foreign Relations Committee, Senate 

15835 Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, jr., hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, July 23, 

1953. 1953. ii+21 p. [Testimony relative to United Nations.] t 

• Item 1039 

L. C. card 53-61931 Y 4.F 76/2 : L 82 

15836 North American regional broadcasting agreement, hearings before sub- 

committee, S3d Congress, 1st session, on Executive A (82d Cong., 1st 

sess..), July 8-10, 1953. 1953. vii+340 p. il. f • Item 1039 

L. C. card 53-61943 Y 4.F 76/2 : B 78 

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15837 Government Publications 

15837 Palestine refugee problem, report of subcommittee on Near East and Africa 
on problem of Arab refugees from Palestine. 1953. iii+4 p. (Com- 
mittee print, 83d Congress, 1st session.) t 
L. C. card 53-61982 Y 4.F 76/2 : P 17/2 

Government Operations Committee, Senate 

1D838 Austrian incident, hearings before permanent subcommittee on investiga- 
tions, 83d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, May 29-June 8, 
1953. 1953. iii+75 p. t • Item 1037 
L. C. card 53-61883 Y 4.G 74/6 : Au 7 

15839 state Department information program, Voice of America, composite index 

to hearings and report before permanant subcommittee on investiga- 
tions, S3d Congress, 1st session, pursuant to H. Res 40, Apr. 1, 1953. 
1953. pt. 10, iii+777-778 p. t • Item 1037 
L. C. card 53-60906 Y 4.G 74/6 : V 87/pt.lO 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Senate 

15840 Amendment to Interstate commerce act (trip leasing) , hearings before sub- 

committee, 83d Congress, 1st session, on H. R. 3203, July 8 and 9, 1953. 

1953. iv + 191 p. * Paper, 45c. • Item 1041 

L. C. card 53-61796 Y 4.1n 8/3 : In 8/32 

15841 Amendments to Merchant marine act, 1936 (to facilitate and encourage 

new ship construction, including national-defense reserve of tankers), 
hearing before subcommittee", S3d Congress, 1st session, on S. 2408, 
S. 2409, July 20, 1953. 1953. iii+35 p. t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61927 Y 4.1n 8/3 : M 53/7 

15842 Nomination of Jerome K. Kuykendall to Federal Power Commission, hear- 

ing, 83d Congress, 1st session, on nomination of Jerome K. Kuykendall, 
of Washington [State], to be member of Federal Power Commission for 
remainder of term expiring June 22, 1957, Apr. 22, 1953. 1953. iii+30 
p. t • Item 1041 
L. C. card 53-61455 Y 4.1n 8/3 : K 96 

Judiciary Committee, Senate 

15843 Interlocking subversion in Government departments, report of subcom- 

mittee to investigate administration of Internal security act and other 
internal security laws; July 30, 1953. 1953. iii+50 p. (Committee 
print, S3d Congress, 1st session. ) * Paper, 20c. 
L. C. card 53-63304 Y 4. J S9/2 : Su 1/13 

15844 Nominations of Thomas J. Herbert and Harry P. Cain to be members of 

Subversive Activities Control Board, hearing before subcommittee, 83d 
Congress, 1st session, Apr. 21, 1953. 1953. ii+16 p. t • Item 1042 
L. C. card 53-61939 Y 4.J 89/2 : H 41 

15845 Subversive influence in educational process. Report of subcommittee to 

investigate administration of Internal security act and other internal 
security laws, to Committee on Judiciary. 1953. ii+36 p. (Commit- 
tee print, 83d Congress, 1st session.) f 
L. C. card 53-61909 Y 4.J 89/2 : Su 1/11/953 

Labor and Public Welfare Committee, Senate 

15S4G Labor-management relations in Federal projects involving Davis-Bacon 
act, staff report to Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S2d Con- 
gress, 2d session. 1952. v+105 p. (Senate committee print, S2d Con- 
gress, 2d session.) 
L. C. card 53-61008 Y 4.L 11/2 : L 11/10 

15847 Nomination of Assistant Secretary of Labor, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st 
session, on nomination of Harrison Clayton Hobart to be Assistant 
Secretary of Labor, July 14, 1953. 1953. ii+3 p. t • Item 1043 
L. C. card 53-61798 Y 4.L 11/2 : H 65 

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15848 Nomination of Assistant Secretary of Labor, hearing, S3d Congress, 1st 
session, on nomination of Spencer Miller, jr., to be Assistant Secretary of 
Labor, July 14, 1953. 1953. ii+6 p. t • Item 1043 
L. C. card 53-61799 Y 4.L 11/2 : M 61 

15549 Nomination of Charles R. Ferguson to be member of Federal Coal Mine 

Safety Board of Review, hearing, 83d Congress, 1st session, July 29, 

1953. 1953. ii+2 p. t • Item 1043 

L. C. card 53-61929 Y 4.L 11/2 : F 38 

15550 Nomination of Edwin R. Price to be member of Federal Coal Mine Safety 

Board of Review, hearing, 83 Congress, 1st session, July 29, 1953. 1953. 

ii+5 p. t • Item 1043 

L. C. card 53-61932 Y 4.L 11/2 : P 93 

15851 Nomination of member of National Labor Relations Board, hearing, 83d 
Congress, 1st session, on nomination of Philip Ray Rodgers to be member 
of National Labor Relations Board, July 29, 1953. 1953. ii+2 p. f 

• Item 1043 

L. C. card 53-6193S Y 4.L 11/2 : N 21 1/5 

15S52 Problem of delay in administering labor-management relations act, staff 
report [prepared by Jack Barbash] to subcommittee on labor and labor- 
management relations, S2d Congress, 2d session. 1952. iii+34 p. 
(Committee print, 82d Congress, 2d session.) t 
L. C. card 52-61543 Y 4.L 11/2 : L 11/9 

Public Works Committee, Senate 

15853 Amending Federal power act, hearing before subcomittee, 83d Congress, 
1st session, on S. 2094. July 16, 1953. 1953. iii+49 p. t • Item 1045 
L. C. card 53-61852 Y 4.P 96/10 : F 31 

15S54 Tolls on Federal-aid highways, hearings before subcommittee, S3d Congress, 
1st session, on S. 796, June 26 and July 21, 1953. 1953. iii4-98 p. il. 
[Committee considered amendment to S. 796 making it relative to Con- 
necticut highways only.] t • Item 1045 
L. C. card 53-6192S Y 4.P 96/10 : H 53/4 

Small Business, Select Committee on. Senate 

15855 Problems of independent tire dealers, staff report to Select Committee on 

Small Business. 1953. ii+19 p. il. (Committee print, 83d Congress, 

1st session.) * Paper, 10c. 

L. C. card 53-61910 Y 4.Sm 1/2 : T 51 

15856 Small Business Administration, title 2 of Small business act of 1953 (Public 

law 163, approved July 30, 1953.) 1953. v+11 p. (Committee print, 

S3d Congress, 1st session.] t 

L. C. card 53-619S1 Y 4.Sm 1/2 : Sm 1/2 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE, Library of Congress 

Catalog of copyright entries, 3d series, v. 6. 

15857 pt. 1A. Books, no. 2, July-Dec. 1952. [1953.] vlii + 443 -867 p. 4° t Paper, 

$1.50 • Item 791 

L. C. card 6-35347 LC 3.6/5 : v.6/pt.lA/no.2 

DAIRY INDUSTRY BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

BDI-Inf (series). [Processed.] t A 77.609 : (nos.) 

15558 3. Partial list of journals relating to dairy industry. [Revised edition.] July 

1953. 2 p. 4° 

15559 4. Address list of national and international dairy associations. Revised July 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° 

DEFENSE DEPARTMENT 

15860 Armed services procurement regulation revision no. 20; June 29, 1953. 
[1953.] iii+[17] p. 4° [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 15c. 

• Item 304 M 1.8/2 : 20 

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Government Publications 



15801 Arctic bibliography ; prepared for and in cooperation with Department of 
Defense under direction of Arctic Institute of America. 1953. 3 v. 
* Cloth, $12.75 per set of 3 volumes (sold in sets only). • Item 302-A 

D 1.22 : 1-3 



v. 1. 



[A-Libi, no 
[Libm-Z, n 



v. 3. [Index.] 



L-10,007.] [31+1-1498 p. map attached to back cover. 
10,008-20,003.] [2] + 1409-2967 p. map attached to back 

[2] +2969-4478 p. map attached to back cover. 



Federal supply catalog, Department of Defense section : Group, 
with perforations.] • Item 314-B 



[Issued 



54. Prefabricated structures and scaffolding ; July 1953. 
11. 4° [Covers class 5410, 5420, 5430, 5440, 5450.] 



[1953.] viii + 50 p. 
* Paper, 30c. 

D 7.9 : 54 

15863 84. Footwear, men's, Change bulletin 1 ; July 1953. [1953.] [2] p. 4° [Covers 

class 8430.] 'Paper, 5e. D 7.9 : 84/cl.8430/ch.l 

15864 84. Luggage, individual equipment. Change bulletin 1 ; July 1953. [1953.] [2] 

p. 4° [Covers class 8460 and S465.] * Paper, 5c. 

D 7.9 : 84/cl.8460-8465/ ( >h 1 

15S65 84. Underwear and nightwear, men's, underwear and nightwear, women's, Change 

bulletin 1 ; July 1953. [1953.] [2] p. 4° [Covers class 8420 and 8425.] 

•Paper, 5c. D 7.9 : 84/cl.8420-8425/ch.l 

Joint Army-Navy specifications. [Issued with perforations.] t 

15866 JAN-P-106A. Packaging and packing for overseas shipment, boxes. 

N 20.23 : JAN-P-106A/amdt.2 

15S67 JAN— R-19. Resistors, variable wire-wound (low operating temperatures), 
amdt. 6 ; Mav 18, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 11. 12° [Supersedes 
Amendment 5, Oct. 16, 1952.] N 20.23 : JAN-R-19/amdt.6 

15868 Medical care for dependents of military personnel, [report of] Citizens 
Advisory Commission on Medical Care of Dependents of Military Per- 
sonnel. June 1953. [1] +30 p. map, 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card 53-61605 D 1.2 : M 46 



15869 

15870 

15871 
15S72 

15873 

15874 

15875 

15876 

15877 

15878 

15S79 
15880 

15881 

15882 



Military specifications, f 
MIL-A-642 



MIL-A-6444A. 



MIL-A- 

MIL-A- 

MIL-A- 

MIL-A- 

MIL-B- 

MIL-B- 

MIL-B- 
MIL-B- 

MIL-B- 

MIL-B- 



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Adapter, pressure fuel servicing, general specification for, 

amdt. 1 ; July 21, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. 

Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : A-6425 A/amdt.l 

Adapter, pressure fuel servicing, type A-2 ; May 21, 1952. 

[1953.] 4 p. 11. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 

MIL-A-6444 (USAF), May 1, 1951.] D 1.12 : A-6444 A 

Same, amdt. 1; July 21, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4» [Processed. 

Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : A-6444 A/amdt.l 

Same, type A-4, amdt. 1 ; July 21, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

[Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : A-6446 A/amdt.l 
Ax, pick head, rubber-coated grip, amdt. 1 ; June 15, 1953. 

[1953.] [2] p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : A-7133/amdt.l 

Adapter, pressure fuel servicing variable configuration, type 

A-5, amdt. 1; July 21, 1953. [1953.1 1 p. 4° [Processed. 

Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : A-7S98/amdt.l 

Antimony trichloride, technical ; May 20. 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° 

[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-A-10667 

(CMLC), Nov. 7, 1950.] D 1.12 : A-10667 A 

Aspirators, dental ; May 12, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. il 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-A-16574(BuMed), Aug. 

15, 1953.] D 1.12 : A-16574 A 

Braid, textile, cord-edge; June 5, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° 

[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL- B-1667A, July 

21, 1950.1 D 1.12 : B-1667 B 

Beef and macaroni with cheese sauce, canned; May 15, 1953. 

[1953.] a p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : B-3SS7 
Box. plastic; May 27, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 4" [Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : B-3889 

Bulb, temperature, thermoresistor, —70° to +150° C, type 

G-l ; June 12, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. il. 4° [Processed. 

Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R-7370 (USAF), 

Jan. 22, 1952.] D 1.12 : B-7370 A 

Bag, water storage, plastic; May 1, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 4» 

[Processed. Issued with perform ion_s.] D 1.12 : B-S571 

Barbed wire, jungle ; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-B-1242S (CE). Jan. 21, 

1953.] D 1.12 : B-1242S A 

Building, prefabricated, ready-cut. magazine, steel arch. 16 ft. 

span (extensible) : Oct. 31. 1952. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Issued 

with perforations. Supersedes MIL-M-15949A (Docks), 

May 3, 1951.] D 1.12 : B-15949 B 



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Military 


15884 


MIL-B- 


158S5 


MIL-C- 


15886 


MIL-C- 


15887 


MIL-C- 


1588S 


MIL-C- 


158S9 


MIL-C- 



15903 
15904 



15906 
15907 



25A. 



7.19A. 



S4S. 



15S90 MIL-C-3S71 



-3SS4. 



15891 


MIL-C- 


15S92 


MIL-C- 


15893 


MIL-C- 


15S94 


MIL-C- 


15895 


MIL-C- 


15896 


MIL-C- 


15897 


MIL-C- 


15898 


MIL-C- 


15899 


MIL-C- 


15901 


MIL-C- 



'-388.-.. 



-5537A. 



",::sa. 



'-uni.;:-!. 



-577SA. 



7177. 



10541A. 



•11796A. 



15902 MIL-C-15306F. 



10905 MIL-D-5U4B 



15908 MIL-D-3SS6 



specifications — Continued 

-16041A. Building, prefabricated, ready-cut, magazine, steel arch, 25 
toot span (extensible), aindt. 1; May 29, 11)53. 11953.] 
2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : B-16041 A/amdt.l 

Capacitors, fixed, paper-dielectric, direct-current (hermetically 

sealed in metallic cases), amdt. 1; June 22, 1953. 1953. 

1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : C-25 A/amdt.l 
6S8A. Cream, sterilized, stabilized, amdt. 1 ; June 23, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 
D 1.12 :C-6S8 A/amdt.l 

Clinometers, elevation and depression, surveying; June 29, 
1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4" [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes JAN-C-759, Apr. 18. 1949.] D 1.12 : C-759 A 

Cloth, wool, velour, 28 oz., blue S5, amdt. 1 ; June 2, 1953. 

[1953.] 1 p. 4° M 213.8 : MIL-C-848/amdt.l 

'-1471A. Cabinet and cradle, cook pot (for range, filed, M-1937) ; Apr. 

24, 1953. [1953.] 21 p. 11. 4° [Issued with perforations. 

Supersedes MIL-C-1471, Oct. 31, 1947.] D 1.12 : C-1471 A 

Capacitors, fixed, electrolytic (A. C, dry-electrolytic, nonpolar- 
ized), amdt 1; June 4, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : C-3S71/arndt.l 

Cord, electrical (short lay) ; May 18, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. il. 4° 
[Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : C-3884 

Cable assemblies and cord assemblies, electrical (for use in elec- 
tronic, communication, and associated electrical equipment) : 
May 18, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4 U [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes Army 71-571, Apr. 13, 1940, Army 71—4945, Oct. 
16, 1945.] D 1.12 : C-3885 

Compressor, reciprocating power driven, air, 20 CFM ; May 27, 
1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1 1° ' C— 3888 

Cellulose acetate butyrate : May 21, 1953. [1953.] ' 11 p. II. 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-C- 
5537, Jan. 9, 1950.] D 1.12 : C-5537 A 

Nitrocellulose, technical, for use in organic coatings ; May 27, 
1953. [1953.] 8 p. 11. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes MIL-C-553S, Jan. 9, 1950.] 

D 1.12 : C-553S A 

Cloth, wool pile, amdt. 2; July 3, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amend- 
ment 1, June 17, 1952.] D 1.12 : C-5563/amdt.2 

Covers, aircraft components, amdt. 1 ; July 13, 1953. [1953.] 

3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 
D 1.12. : C-5778 A/amdt.l 

Cabinet and relay assembly, runway selector, amdt. 1 ; July 23. 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions.] D 1.12 : C-7177/amdt.l 

Cooling unit, multiplex mapping equipment, amdt. 1 ; June 18, 

1952. 1952. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 
D 1.12 : C-10541 A/amdt.l 

Same, amdt. 2; June 29, 1953. 1953, 1 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes amendment 1, June 18, 1952.] 

D1.12 : C-10541 A/amdt.2 
Corrosion preventive, petrolatum, hot application ; Apr. 22, 

1953. [1953.] 17 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Su- 
persedes MII^C-0708 (in part), June 8, 1950, MII^C-11796 
(ORD), Feb. 29, 1952. MIL-C-15167 (Ships) (in part), 
Apr. 15, 1900, AN-C-124 (In part), Oct. 16, 1946.] 

U1.12:C-11796 A 

Call-signal stations (type IC/D) (hand crank magneto and 

call-signal) ; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes MIL-C-15306E (Ships), Sept. 15, 

1952, MIL-C-15306D, Dec. 14, 1951.] D 1.12 : C-15306 F 
Control, radio set (waterproof) ; Mar. 6, 1953. [1953.] 

9 p. 11. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-W— 

16075 (Ships), Feb. 15, 1951.] D 1.12 : C-16075 A 

Compressor, reciprocating, power driven, air, 7-8 CFM ; May 27, 

1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes MIL-C-173S6 (Docks), Oct. 27, 1952.] 

D1.12:C-17386 A 

Dyeing and aftertreating processes for cotton duck and twill; 
May 27, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. 4" [Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes JAN-D-504, Sept. 30, 1947, MII^D- 
504A (QMC), Sept. 24, 1952.] D 1.12 : D-504 B 

Drawers, knitted, shorts, special, white ; Sept. 28, 1951. 
[1951.] 8 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-D-1863, Dec. 30, 1949.] D 1.12 : D-1863 A 

Desiccants activated (in bags), for static dehuniidirieation and 
packaging; Apr. 2, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 11. 4° [Issued 
with perforations. Supersedes MIL-D-3464, Apr. 11, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : D-3464 A 

Dough divider, hand operater (bench type) ; May 12, 1953. 
[1953.] 4 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Army 28-142, Oct. 15, 1947.] D 1.12 : D-3886 



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15909 

15910 

10911 MIL-E-5926B. 



15912 


MIL-E- 


-5007A. 


15913 


MIL-F- 


-3501. 


15914 






15915 


MIL-F- 


-5509A. 


15916 


MIL-F- 


-6939A. 



Military specifications — Continued 
JUL— D-G727. De-icing systems, propeller, fluid type, general specification for, 

amdt. 1 ; July 13, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Is- 
sued with perforations.] D 1.12 : D-6727/anidt.l 
MIL— E-5595A. Engines, aircraft, gas turbine, corrosion prevention pre-oiling 
and ground operation of, processes for ; July 7, 1953. [1903.] 
9 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-E-5595, Jan. 23, 1950.] D 1.12 : E-5095 A 
Extraction kit, aerial delivery, cargo, type A-1A, amdt. 2 ; 
June 11, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4" [Processed. Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Feb. 24, 1953.] 

D 1.12 : E-5926 B/amdt.2 

Engine, gas turbine, preparation for storage and shipment of, 

process for ; July 1, 1953. [1903.] 9 p. il. 4° [Processed. 

Issued with perforations. Supersedes MII^E-0607, Jan. 25, 

1950, MIL-E-16509 (Ships), Sept. 1, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : B-5607 A 

Fry-mix, prepared, amdt. 1 ; May 8, 1952. [1952.] 2 p. 4° 

[Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : F-3501/amdt.l 

Same, amdt 2 ; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, May 8, 1952.] 

D1.12: F-3501/amdt.2 
Fittings, fluid connection, amdt. 5 ; July 8, 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. 4° [Processed. Issued fith perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 4, Apr. 7, 1953.] D 1.12 : F-5509 A/amdt.5 

Flux, aluminum and aluminum alloy, gas welding ; June 29, 
1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes MIL-F-6939, Aug. 18, 1950.] 

D 1.12 : F-6939 A 
Fittings, cargo tiedown, aircraft, amdt. 2 ; June 11. 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes Amendment 1, Jan. 22, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : F-7092/amdt.2 
Filter/separators, aviation and motor fuel, nonairborne, per- 
formance and test methods of; June 19, 1953. [1953.] 
15 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : F-8508 

MIL-F-11S42A. Fiber rope assemble, single leg, for camouflage net drape sets, 

amdt. 1 ; June 15, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : F-11842 A/amdt.l 

MIL-F-15160c. Fuses, instrument, power and telephone ; Apr. 15, 1953. [1953.] 

8 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-F- 
15160B (Ships), Oct. 1, 1952, MIL-F-151G0A, Oct. 18, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : F-15160 C 
Grease guns, hand, high-pressure, lever-operated (15-ounce and 
21-ounce capacity) ; May 27, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Is- 
sued with perforations. Supersedes Army 06—40-3, Oct. 7, 
1944.] D1.12:G-3S09 

MIL-G-8602. Glass, laminated, flat, aircraft; June 29. 1953. [1953.] 

9 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : G-8602 

MIL-H-3830. Ham and potatoes, with gravy, canned; Feb. 4, 1953. [1953.] 

6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : H-3830 

MIL-H-5511A. Hose, aircraft, hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and oil resistant, 

amdt. 1 : May 18, 1953. [1903.] [Processed. Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : H-5511 A/amdt.l 

MIL-H-7750. Housing, parachute, ripcord, amdt. 1 ; June 11, 1903. [1953.] 

1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : H-7750/amdt.l 
MIL-I-5099A. Indicator cabin air pressure, 1% inch dial, type MA— 1, amdt. 1 : 

Julv 13. 1953. [1903.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with 

perforations.] D 1.12 : 1-0099 A/amdt.l 

MIL-I-GfiSlA. Indicator, temperature, electrical resistance, cylinder head, 0° 

to 300° C; June 11, 1953. [1903.] S p. il. 4» [Processed. 

Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-I-66S1 (USAF) ; 

July 23, 1951.] D 1.12 : 1-6681 A 

.MIL— I-1C00SA. Insulating brick, thermal (Are clay, high temperature), amdt. 1 ; 

May 19, 1903. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : 1-16008 A/amdt.l 

MIL-K-113S7A. Kettles, steam-jacketed, corrosion-resisting steel, steam, amdt. 

1 ; July 3, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : K-113S7 A/amdt.l 

MIL-L-3122A. Leather, cattlehide, for footwear uppers, chrome retan, mildew 

resistant ; May 15, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4° [Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes MIL-L-3122. Jan. 25. 1950.] 

D 1.12 : L-3122 A 
MIL-L-3S90. Lines, radio frequency transmission (coaxial, air dielectric) ; 

May 27, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : L-3890 
MIL-L— 3891. Luminescent-material and equipment (nonradioactive) ; June 5, 

1953. [1903.] 20 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. 

Supersedes Armv T-2370, May LM. 1940. Navy 17L1S, Feb. 1, 

1943, and 17L1S (Ships), Nov. 1, 1943.] D 1.12 : L-3891 



15917 MIL-F-7092. 

15918 MIL-F-8508. 

15919 
15920 

15921 MIL-G-3809. 

15922 

15923 
15924 

15925 

15926 

15927 

15928 
15929 
15930 

15931 

15932 



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Military specifications — Continued 

MIL— L— 7090. Leakage test kit, oxygen mask and regulator, amdt 2 ; June 11, 

1953. [1953.] 2 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes Amendment 1, Jan. 23, 1953.] 

D 1.12 : L-7096/amdt.2 

MIL-L-16991A. Lens, ophthalmic; May 12, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. il. 4° [Issued 
with perforations. Supersedes MIL-L-16991 (BuMed), Feb. 
1,1952.] D 1.12 : L-16991 A 

MIL— M— 3823. Meters, electrical indicating, basic (sealed, panel mounting 

type, iy 2 Inch), and sealeplates : May 2, 1953. [1953.] 21 
p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes U. S. Army 
73-3, Aug. 20, 1940.] D 1.12 : M-3823 

MIL-M-0097A. Modulator assembly AN/ARA-3, amdt. 1 ; Dec. 10, 1952. 
[1952.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] D 1.12 : M-6097 A/amdt.l 

MIL-M-20022. Masks, face, winter, N-l, notice 1 ; May 25, 1953. [1953.] 

1 p. 12° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Military 
specification MIL-M-20022, Sept. 5, 1951, is cancelled effec- 
tive May 25, 1953.] D-1.12 : M-20022/notice-l 

MIL— N-11S49A. Net, camouflage, cotton-twine, with hardware and fabric gar- 
nishment, for drape sets, amdt. 1 ; May 18, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : N-11849 A/amdt.l 

MIL-O-G0S1A. Oil, lubricating, jet engine, amdt. 2; May 27, 1953. [1953.] 

2 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
Amendment 1, Dec. 21, 1951.] D 1.12 : O-0081 A/amdt.2 

MIL— P-311A. Pump, air sampling, C9 (for chemical agent detector kits) ; May 

26, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes JAN-P-311, Oct. 14, 1948.] D 1.12 : P-311 A 

MIL— P-509A. Pump, diaphragm, gasoline-engine-driven, pushcart mounted ; 

June 22. 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 4" [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes ,TAN-I'-509, Oct. 24, 1947.] D 1.12 : P-509 A 

MIL— P-1394A. Primer, electric, M52A3. for small arms ammunition ; June 4, 
1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes MIL-P-1394, Sept. 15, 1949.] D 1.12 : P-1394 A 

MIL-P-1937A. Pajama suit, orthopedic (coat and trousers) ; Oct. 24, 1952. 

[1952.] 11 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes 

MIL-P-1937, Jan. 31, 1950.] D 1.12 : P-1937 A 

Same. amdt. 1 ; May 19, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. il. 4° [Issued 

with perforations.] D 1.12 : P-1937 A/amdt,l 

MIL-P-5514A. Packings, installation and aland design of aircraft hydraulic 
and pneumatic (general specification for), amdt 1; July 17, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions.] D 1.12 : P-5514 A/amdt.l 

MIL-P-G040A. Pneumatic hag. aircraft lifting. 12 ton capacity, type F-2, amdt. 
1 ; May 22, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : 60-10 A/amdt.l 

MIL— P-77SS. Plate, plastic, cockpit and interior controls lighting, amdt. 2; 

June 22, 1953. [1953.] p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Nov. 18, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : P-77SS/amdt.2 

MIL-P-11742A. Potassium hydroxide, solid, technical; June 5, 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL— P-11742 
(CmlC), Feb. 12, 1952, MIL-P-11972 (CE) in part, Apr. 28, 
1952.] D 1.12: P-11742 A 

MIL— P-12000A. Packaging and packing of cable, cord, and wire, electric; June 
11, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. 4» [Issued with perforations. Su- 
persedes MIL-P-12000 (CE), May 9, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : P-12000 A 

MIL-R-11A. Resistors, fixed, composition (insulated), amdt. 1; June 4, 

1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D1.12: R-ll A/amdt.l 

MIL-R-3378. Rod, level. Philadelphia, amdt. 1 ; May 19, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 

4° [Issued with perforations.] D 1.12 : R-3378/amdt.l 

MIL-R-5520A. Reserve. irs, hydraulic, amdt. 1 ; July S. 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : R-5520A/amdt.l 

MIL— R-5757B. Relays, armature (for electronic and communication equipment), 
amdt. 1 : June 22, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4" [Issued with perfo- 
rations.] D 1.12 : R-5757B/amdt.l 

MIL— R-7153A. Receiver mounting, telephone (for flying helmets and headsets) : 
May 22, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. il. 4° [Processed. Issued 
with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R-7153 (Aer), Apr. 30, 
1951.] D 1.12 : R-7153A 

MIL-R-7575A. Resin, low pressure laminating; Apr. 27, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R-7575 
(USAF), Apr.3, 1952, MIL-P-15615 (Ships), Aug. 15. 1950.) 

D1.12:R-7575 A 

MIL-R-11718A. Roller, material handling, (wood, :: :! i inches by 4 feet) : Feb. 18, 
1953. [1953.] 4 p. il. 4" [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MIL-R-11718 (TC), Feb. 4, 1952.] 

D1.12 : R-11718 A 

MIL-R-12210A. Reflectors and shield, light, aluminum ; June 22, 1953. [1953.] 
4 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL— R- 
1216 (CE). Sept. 11. 1952.] D 1.12 : R-12216 A 

MIL-R-15213F. Radiac set AN/PDR-27 ; May 22, 1953. [1953.] 14 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R-15213E 
(Ships), Apr. 20, 1953.] D 1.12 : R-15213 F 



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15959 MIL-R-15401A 



15960 MIL-R-15C57C. 



15901 MII^R-1708GA. 



15902 MIL-S-3050A. 



15903 MIL-S-5000A. 



15904 MIL-S -0050. 



15965 MIL-S-0098. 



15960 MIL-S-7839. 



15907 MIL-S-7877A. 



MIL-S-10145A. 



15972 MIL-S-12071A. 



15973 MIL-S-12211A. 



15974 MII^S-15848A. 



15975 MILr-S-17243A. 



15976 MIL-T-704B. 



15977 MIL-T-4406A. 



1597S MIL-T-5111. 



15979 MIL-T-5S42A. 



159.S0 MIL-T-0272A. 



15981 MIL-T-6845. 



159S2 MIL-T-16660A. 



Resistors, fixed, composition, uninsulated, amdt. 2; May 18, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Super- 
sedes Amendment 1, Apr. 16, 1952.1 

D 1.12 : R-15401 A/amdt.2 
Radio receiving set AN/TJRR-22 (), amdt. 1; June 23, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : R-15657 C/amdt.l 
Recorder-reproducer equipment, sound, general purpose ; Mar. 
24, 1953. [1953.] 34 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MIL-R-170S0 (Ships), Mar. 22, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : R-17080 A 
Sprayer, paint, pneumatic (for bituminous emulsion) ; June 
9, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4» [Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes MIL-S-3050, Sept. 22, 1949.] 

D1.12:S-3050A 
Steel, chrome-nickel-molybdenum (4340) bars and reforging 
stock, amdt. 2; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, 
Sept. 25, 1951.] D 1.12 : S-5000 A/amdt.2 

Steel, chrome-nickel-molybdenum (8030) bars, rods, and forg- 
ing stock (for aircraft applications) amdt. 4 ; May 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes Amendment 3, Dec. 1, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : S-6050/amdt.4 ' 
Steel, chrome-nickel-molybdenum (8735) bars, rods, and forging 
stock (for aircraft applications), amdt. 3; May 26, 1953. 
[1953.] 3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. 
Supersedes Amendment 2, Dec. 7, 1951.] 

D 1.12 : S-6098/amdt.3 
Screws, structural, aircraft, amdt. 1 ; June 10, 1953. [1953.] 
2 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : S-7839/amdt.l 

Seats, passenger, cabin folding; Feb. 9, 1953. [1953.] 12 p. 

il. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 

MIL-S-7877 (Aer). Apr. 5, 1952.] D 1.12 : S-7877 A 

Same, amdt. 1 ; May 21, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4» 

D 1.12 : S-7877 A/amdt.l 
Sketchmaster, vertical (with case) ; Feb. 4, 1952. [1953.] 
7 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-S-10145 
(CE), Feb. 17, 1950.] D 1.12 : S-10145 A 

Same, amdt. 1 ; Aug. 4, 1952. 1952. 1 p. 4° [Issued with 
perforations.] D 1.12 : S-10145 A/amdt.l 

Same, amdt. 2 ; June 29, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4» [Issued 
with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, Aug. 4, 1952.] 
D 1.12 : S-10145 A/amdt.2 
Silver nitrate, technical; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-S-12071 
(CMLC), June 5, 1952.] D 1.12 : S-12071 A 

Switches, pressure, warning; June 22, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° 
[Issued with perforations. Supersedes MID-S-12211 (ORD), 
Sept. 11, 1952.] D1.12: S-12211 A 

Splint, leg; Jan. 9. 1952. [1952.] 4 p. il. 4" [Issued with 
perforations. Supersedes MIL-S-15848 (BuMed), Nov. 15, 
1950.] D 1.12 : S-15848 A 

Stone, commutator dressing; Mar. 10. 1953. [1953.] 9 g. il. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-S-li243 
(Ships), June 30, 1952, and JAN-C-544 (in part), Dec. 31, 
1947.] D 1.12 : S-17243A 

Treatment and painting of materiel; June 10, 1953. [1953.] 
6 p. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL— T— 
704A, May 14, 1952.] D 1.12 : T-704B 

Test oscillator TS-326( )/U; May 15, 1953. [1953.] 22 p. 
4" [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-T— 1406 
(USAF), Feb. 25, 1952.] D 1.12 : T-4406A 

Trainer, mobile, general specification for, amdt. 3 ; Apr. 8, 
1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perfora- 
tions. Supersedes Amendment 2, June IS, 1951.] 

D 1.12 :T-5111/amdt.3 
Transparent areas, anti-icing, defrosting and defogging systems, 
general specification for, amdt. 1; July 13, 1953. [1953.] 
1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : T-5S42A/amdt.l 
Tie down, cargo, aircraft, type B-1A : July 13, 1953. [1953.] 
8 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes 
MIL-T-6272 (USAF), Mar. 12, 1951.] D 1.12 : T-6272A 

Tubing, steel, corrosion-resisting. (1S-S) aircraft, hydraulic 
system, amdt. 4 : July 8, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4» [Proc- 
essed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Amendment 
3, Jan. 7, 1953.] D 1.12 : T-6S45/amdt.4 

Turkey, boneless, frozen (raw) ; May 15, 1953. [1953] 8 p. 
4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL -T -16660 
(S & A), Sept. 25, 1951.] D 1.12 : T-16600A 



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Military specifications — Continued 
MIL-V-6S94A. Varnish, oil type, gloss finish, glyceryl phthalate base ; June 
25, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4» [Processed. Issued with per- 
forations. Supersedes MIL-V-US94, Aug. 11, 1950.] 

D 1.12 : V-6894A 
MIL-V-(909. Valves, hydraulic pressure reducer, amdt. 1 ; June 30, 1953. 

[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : V-7909/aindt.l 
MIL-W— 112SA. Water purification unit, stationary knockdown type (gasoline- 
driven, pack, diatomite, 15 GPM), amdt. 1 ; May 20, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : W-112SA/amdt.l 

MIL-W-2176A. Wire rope, steel, spring lay (alternate fiber strands and steel 

wire strands around fiber content) ; June 4, 1953. [1953.] 

13 p. il. 4° [Issued with perforations. Supersedes MIL-R- 

„_. . 2176, May 11, 1950.] D 1.12 : W-217GA 

MIL— W-5845A. Wire, electrical, iron and constantan. thermocouple, amdt. 2 ; 

May 15, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4» [Processed. Issued with 

perforations. Supersedes Amendment 1, June 4, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : W-5S45A/amdt.2 
MIL-W-590SB. Wire, electrical, copper and constantan. thermocouple ; June 
11, 1953. [1953.J IS p. 4» [Processed. Issued with per- 
forations. Supersedes MID-YV-5908A, May 12, 1952.] 

D 1.12 : W-5908B 
MIL-W-G986. Washers, tooth lock, amdt. 1 ; May 20, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4" 

[Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : W-69Sd/amdt.l 
MII^W-20629. Watches, wrist (watertight), notice 1 ; May 28, 1953. [1953.] 
1 p. 4° [Issued with perforations.] 

D 1.12 : W-20G29/notice 1 

Navy Department specifications. [Issued with perforations.] t 

33C6. Compound, sealing, boiler-casing, notice 1; May 12, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 
12° [Processed. Navy Department specification 33C6a, Nov. 15. 1945. 
is cancelled May 12, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 33C6/notiee 1 

42P15. Plastic-ware (alternate for hardware), notice 1; June 4, 1953. [1953.1 
1 p. 12" N 20.6/2 : 42 P 15/notice i 

44T19. Tubing, aluminum (Al-2), round, seamless, notice 1: 11, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 12" [Navy Department specification 44T19b, Feb. 1, 
1940, and Amendment 4fTl9c, Sept. 1944, are cancelled effective June 
11,1953.] N 20.6/2: 44 T 19/notice 1 

46A3. Aluminum (Al-2), bars, rods, shapes, and wire, notice 1; June 11, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy Department specification 46A3, June 2, 1941, 
is cancelled effective June 11, 1953.] t N 20.6/2 : 46 A 3/notice 1 

46A6. Aluminum alloy (aluminum manganese) (Al-3), bars, rods, shapes, and 
wire, notice 1 ; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy Department 
specification 46A6e, Apr. 1, 1939, is cancelled effective June 11, 1953.] 

N 20.6/2 : 46 A 6/notice 1 

46A9. Aluminum alloy (Al-24), (aluminum-copper-magnesium, (1.5 percent) 
manganese), bars, rods, shapes, and wire, notice 1; June 11. 195:;. 
[1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy Department specification 46A9e, Nov. 2, 
1942, is cancelled effective June 11, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 46 A 9/notice 1 

46A11. Aluminum alloy (aluminum-mangesium-chromium) bars, rods, and wire, 
notice 1; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy Department spec- 
ification 46A11. Aug. 1. 1936. and Amendment 46Alla, Jan. 2, 1945, 
are cancelled effective June 11, 1953.] t N 20.6/2 : 46 A 11/notice 1 

47A2. Aluminum, plates, sheets and strips, notice 1 : June 11, 1953. [1953.] 
1 p. 12° [Processed. Navy Department specification 47A2e, May 1, 
1944 is cancelled, effective June 11, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 47 A 2/notice 1 

47A4. Aluminum-alloy (Al-3) (aluminum-manganese) plates, sheets (Hat and 
coiled), and strips, notice 1 ; June 11, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy 
Department specification 47A4d, May 1, is cancelled effective June 
11, 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 47 A 4/notice 1 

47A11. Aluminum-alloy (Al-52) (aluminum-magnesium-chromium) plates, sheets, 
and strips, notice 1 : June 11. 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° [Navy Depart- 
ment specification 47Allc, Jan. 3, 1944, is cancelled June 11, 1953.] 

N 20.6/2 : 47 A 11/notice 1 

52A1. Aluminum-pigment (paste form), notice 1; May 29, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 
12° [Processed. Supersedes cancellation notice 52A1 (undated). 
Navv Department specification 52Alf, Julv 16, 1945 and amendment 
52Alg, July 15, 1946 have been cancelled effective Feb. 23, 1950.] 

N 20.6/2 :52 A 1/notice 1 

53B14. Binders, loose-leaf, special (locked ring type), notice 1 ; June 12, 1953. 
[1953.] 1 p. 12° [I'rocessed. Navv Department specification 53B14, 
Sept. 3, 1946 is cancelled effective June 12. 1953.] 

N 20.6/2 : 53 B 14/notice 1 

55S30. Shirts, gray, notice 1; May 25. 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 12° [Processed. 
Issued with perforation. Navy Department specification 5;>S30, Jan. 
15, 1947, is cancelled effective May 25. 1953.] t 

N 20.6/2 : 55 S 30/notice 1 

55V2. Velvet, black, notice 1: May 25, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. 
Navv Department specification 55V2, July 1, 1927, is cancelled effec- 
tive'May 25. 1953.] N 20.6/2 : 55 V 2/notice 1 

66F3. Filters, lubrication-oil, engine. Navv standard (small), notice 1; Sept. 8, 
1952. [1952.] 1 p. 12° [Navv Department specification 66F3. July 
2, 1945 is cancelled effective Sept. 8, 1952.] N 20.6/2 : 66 F 3/notiee 1 



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DEFENSE SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, Defense Dept. 

Note. — The Defense Supply Management Agency was abolished by Reorganiza- 
tion plan no. of 1953, effective June 30, l'J53, and its functions transferred to 
the Secretary of Defense. 

Military standard. [Issued with perforations.] 
10000 MIL-STD-16A. Revised pages for Military standard MIL-STD-16A, Electrical 
and electronic reference designations. (Office of Standardiza- 
tion.) [1053.] [7] p. il. 4« » Paper, 5c. 

D 3.7 : 10 A/rev.pages 

10007 MIL-STD-152. General environmental requirements, testing procedures and 

sampling for aerial photographic reconnaissance equipment, 
check list; June 26, 1053. [1053.] [l]+5-6 p. 4° t 

D7.10 : 152/list 

10008 MIL-STD-20S. I'art numbering ; June 2. 1053. 1053. iii + 4 p. 4" ( [Office of 

Standardization.]) [Supersedes letter MBSCA-00-B, Mar. 6, 
1052.] * Paper, 15c. D 7.10 : 208 

DEFENSE TRANSPORT ADMINISTRATION 

16000 Ocean port story, primer for defense mobilization. Feb. 1953. [2] ieaves-f 
[2] + 31 p. il. 4° [Processed.] f 
L. C. card 53-61182 IC 1 def.2 : Oc 2 

16010 Refrigerated storage, a look ahead, study of projected requirements for 

public general refrigerated warehouses ; prepared by Warehousing and 
Storage Division. May 1953. [6] +56 p. il. 4° [Processed. Another 
illustration on p. 1 of cover.] f 
L. O. card 53-61911 IC l.def .2 : R 25 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

16011 n s t f legal investments for trust funds in District of Columbia, as of 

July 1, 1953. [1953.] ii+3S p. [Semiannual.] t • Item 430-A 

L. C. card 41-7391 DC 21.2 : T 77/3/953-2 

DOCUMENTS OFFICE, Government Printing Office 

16012 Follow through with Government publications, sold by Superintendant of 

Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. [1953.] 
[S] p. narrow 8" t • Item 552 GP 3.22 : P 96/19 

Price list PL (series), t • Item 554. GP3.9:(nos.) 

16013 10. Laws, rules and regulations; Aug. 1953. 42d edition. [1033.] [2] +37 p. 

L. C. card 26-26488 

16014 19. Army, veterans' affairs; Aug. 1953. 43d edition. [1953.] [2] +28 p. 

L. C. card 26-26487 
10015 33. Labor ; Aug. 1953. 35th edition. [1953.] [2] +25 p. 
L. C. card 26-26407 

16016 36. Government periodicals ; Aug. 1953. 71st edition. [1953.] 14+ [1] p. 

L. C. card 2G-26170 

16017 79. Air Force aviation : July 1953. 5th edition. [1053.] [2] +19 p. 

L. C. card 49^6782 

EDUCATION OFFICE, Health, Education, and Welfare Dept. 

Circulars. FS5.4:(nos.) 

16018 334-IV. Science education research studies, 1052 ; prepared by Philip G. John- 

son. June 1053. 46 p. 4° [Processed: At head of title : Selceted 

science services.] t (limited distribution.) 
16010 341. Selected references to student councils, 1047-53; [prepared by Ellsworth 

Tompkins]. Revised June 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° IProeessed.] 

t (limited distribution) 
10020 375. Statistics of public libraries in cities with populations of 50,000-09,000 

for 1052; [by Mary M. Willhoite]. June 1053. [4] p. 4° f (limited 

distribution) 
16021 377. Mathematics education research studies, 1052: prepared by Kenneth E. 

Brown. July 1953. 25 p. 4° [Processed. At head of title : Aids for 

mathematics education, mathematics a universal language of modern 

civilization.] f (limited distribution). 

10022 Exchange teaching abroad under Public law 5S4, 79th Congress, Fulbright 
act. [1953.] cover title, ii+18 p. narrow 8° * Paper, 10c. • Item 
461 
L. C. card E 53-46 FS 5.2 : Ex 2/3 

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SEPTEMBER 1953 1603G 

16023 1954-55, exchange teaching opportunities for American elementary, sec- 
ondary, and junior college teachers under educational exchange pro- 
gram, authorized by Public law 5S4, 79th Congress, Fulbright act. and 
Public law 402, SOtli Congress, Smith-Mundt act, announced by Board of 
Foreign Scholarships Department of State, Office of Education. [1953.] 
iii+2S p. il. [Text on p. 2 of cover.] t • Item 461 
L. C. card E 53-47 FS 5. 2: Ex 2/4 

1C024 Extending special education through State legislation; by Arthur S. Hill, 
n. p. [1953]. [4] p. 4° [Reprint from School life, June 1953, vol. 35, 
no. 9.] t (limited distribution) FS 5.7/a : Sp 31 

1G025 Librarians as teachers, how secondary school library helps students, 
teachers and administrators in certain communities ; by Nora E. Beust. 
n. p. [1953]. [2] p. il. 4° [Reprint from School life. Mar. 1953.] 
t ( limited distribution ) FS 5.7/a : L 616/4 

Misc. (series). 

16026 3440. Report of Annual Interregional Conference in Home Economics Education, 
Washington. D. C, Mar. 2-0, 1953. [1953.] cover title. [2]+i leaves, 
59 p. 4° (Division of Vocational Education, Home Economics Educa- 
tion Branch.) [Processed.] t (limited distribution.) 
L. C. card E 53-4 FS 5.11 : 3440 

1G027 Selected list of school plant literature. June 1, 1953. 4 p. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] f (limited distribution) FS 5.10 : Sen 6/953 

10028 Teaching aids for developing international understanding : Scandinavia 
[list of references]. [1953.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t (limited dis- 
tribution ) . 
L. C. card E 53^3 FS 5.52 : Sea 6 

1G029 Testing high school students for college ; by Walter G. Daniel, n. p. 
[1953]. [2] p. 4° [Reprinted from School life, June 1953.] t (limited 
distribution) FS 5.7/a :T 288 

16030 To promote cause of education, review of historic background of today's 

Office of Education; [by Lloyd E. Blanch], n. p. [1953]. cover title, 
10+ [1] p. [Reprint from School life, May-June 1953, v. 35, no. 9.] 
t (limited distribution) . FS 5.7/a : Ed 83/8 

ENGINEERS CORPS (Army), Defense Dept. 

Note. — Orders or requests for publications of the Engineers Corps, other than 
those sold by by the Superintendent of Documents or by offices of the Engineers 
Corps in other cities, should be addressed to Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, 
Washington 25, D. C, Attention Publications Office. 

AMS technical manuals t D 103.20/2: (nos.) 

16031 23. Symbols for large scale maps: Dec. 1951. n. p. [1951]. [l]+77 p. il. 4° 

(Army Map Service: AMS 4.) 

L. C. card 53-60932 
1G032 33. Symbols for medium scale. maps. 2d edition, Apr. 1951. n. p. [1951]. [1] + 

38 p. il. oblong 12° (Arrav Map Service.) 

L. C. card 52-63177 
16033 51. Glossary of Indochinese terms: Mar. 1951. [1951.] [4] + 84 p. 4° (Army 

Map Service: AMS 2.) [Processed.] 

L. C. card 52-63124 

1G034 Annual report passage of fish over Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Ore- 
gon and Washington, 1949. Portland, Oreg. [1950]. xi+44 p. 44 pi. 
map, 44 tab. 4" (Office of District Engineer, Portland, Oreg.) [Proc- 
essed.] t 
L. C. card 53-63332 D 103.27 : 949 

16035 1950. Portland, Oreg. [1951.] [l]+ix+32+[8] p. 64 pi. map, 54 

tab. 4° (Office of District Engineer, Portland, Oreg.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card 53-63332 D 103.27 : 950 

16036 i95i. Portland, Oreg. [1952]. [l]+ix+36 p. 28 pi. map, 50 tab. 4° 

(Office of District Engineer, Portland, Oreg.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 53-63332 D 103.27 : 951 

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16037 Government Publications 

Engineering manual, civil works construction. [Issued in loose-leaf 
form.] % • Item 335 

16037 pt. 121. Stresses and criteria for structural design : chap. 1, Working stresses for 
hydraulic structures; May 1953. [1953.] cover title, li + 10 p. 4° 
L. C. card 46-22706 D 103.14 : pt.l21/chap.l 

1G038 pt. 129. Design of miscellaneous structures: chap. 6, Piling [with bibliography] ; 
Mar. 1953. [1953.] cover title, vii + 44 p. il. 15 pi. 4° [Preliminary.] 
L. C. card 46-22706 D 103.14 : pt.l29/cbap.6/prelim. 

Engineering manual for emergency construction. [Processed. Issued with 
perforations.] 

16039 chap. 14. Interior utilities [revised pages; July 1953]. [1953.] [8] p. 4° 
t (limited distribution). 
L. C. card 52-60481 D 103.21 : 14/rev.pages 

Engineering manual for military construction. 

1C040 pt. 5. Mechanical design : chap. 6, Laundries and dry-cleaning plants ; May 1953. 
[1953.] cover title, [l]+23 p. 4° [Issued in loose-leaf form.] J: 
• Item 336 D 103.9 : pt.5/chap.6/953 

16041 j_,i s t of publications of Waterways Experiment Station, including hydraulic 

reports of other Corps of Engineers laboratories and reports of hydraulic 
model investigations sponsored by other Corps of Engineers offices. Jan. 
1, 1953. [l]-fv+76 p. 4 [Processed.] t Waterways Experiment Sta- 
tion, Vicksburg, Miss. 
L. C. card 50-60820 D 103.2 : W 31/953 

16042 Manual of design criteria, military construction, high temperature hot wa- 

ter heating systems; [prepared by Paul L. Geiringer]. [1953.] cover 
title, Mi+M99 p. il. 4° [June 1953 appears on cover. Issued with perfo- 
rations.] X • Item 341 D 103.6 : H 35 

16043 Symposia on materials and design for lightweight construction, titanium 

seminar, Aug. 6, 1951, sponsored by Materials Branch, Technical Service 
Department, Engineer Research and Development Laboratories [with 
lists of references]. [1952.] [l]+v+95 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t Paper, 
$2.50 (PB 111083), Technical Services Office, Commerce Dept. 
L. C. card 53-63343 D 103.2 : T 53 

Technical memorandums. (Beach Erosion Board.) [Processed.] f 

D 103.19: (nos.) 

16044 36. Wave and lake level statistics for Lake Michigan [with list of references; 

by Thorndike Saville, jr.]. Mar. 1953. [4] +23 + A13 + B13 + C10 + D17 + 
E1S p., [5] leaves, 11. 4» 

16045 37. Wnve and lake level statistics for Lake Erie [with list of references ; by Thorn- 

dike Saville, jr.]. Mar. 1953. [4] +14- r A134-B17- r C19-f-D13 p. + [4] 
leaves, il. 4° 
36046 3S. Wave and lake level statistics for Lake Ontario [with list of references; by 
Thorndike Saville, jr.]. Mar. 1953. [4] +15 + A9 + B16 + C16 p. + [3] 
leaves, il. 4° 

Waterways Experiment Station, Technical memorandums, t 

D 103.24/2: (nos.) 

10047 2-364. Roughness standards for hydraulic models: report 1, Study of finite 

boundary roughness in rectangular flumes [with bibliography; prepared 

bv Irene E. Miller and Margaret S. Peterson]. Army, MRC Vicksburg, 

Miss., June 1953. [l]+vii + 29 p. + 9 p. of tab. + A9 + B6 p. 11. 4° 

16048 2-365. Stability of rubble mound breakwaters, hydraulic model investigation; 

[prepared bv R. V. Hudson and R. A. Jackson]. Army, MRC, Vicksburg, 
Miss.. June 1953. [5] leaves + xii + 66 p. il. 39 p. of pi. 5 p. of tab. 4- 
A7 + B4 p. 4" [Conducted for Bureau of Yards and Docks Department 
of Navy by Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Miss.] 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE BUREAU, Agriculture Dept. 

EC (series). 

16049 2S. Golden nematode, control by soil fumigation; [prepared by Joseph F. Spears 

and Milton J. Sawyer]. June 1953. 10 p. il. narrow S° [Processed.] t 

A 77.323 : 2S 
Notice of quarantine. J 

16050 13. Hawaiian fruit and vegetable quarantine : Addition of smooth Cayenne pine- 

apples to list of products which may be moved interstate from Hawaii after 
Inspection and certification, amendment effective June 27, 1953. [1953.] 
2 p. 4° [Processed.] A 77.317 : 13/2 

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16051 Physiologic races of Puccinia graminis in United States in 1952 ; by E. C. 
Stakman and Donald M. Stewart. July 1953. 11 p. il. 4° [Processed. 
Prepared in cooperation with Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural 
Engineering Bureau and Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.] t 

A 77.302 : P 96/2/952 

Picture sheet. 



EXTENSION SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

1G053 Educational support by cooperative extension service of brucellosis eradi- 
cation program, address by C. M. Ferguson, director of extension work, 
prepared for delivery before National Brucellosis Committee, Chicago, 
111., May 14, 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] f A 43.21 :F 38/4 

16054 Individual approach to international understanding [discussion presented 

at India, IFYE Exchange and Orientation Conference, Kansas City, Mo., 
July 30, 1953, by Clinton G. Gaylord, extension educationist. Foreign 
Student Section, Division of Field Studies and Training, Extension 
Service]. [July 1953.] 2 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 43.21 :G 25 

16055 Making teaching of clothing more realistic [with list of references, paper 

presented by Day Monroe at annual meeting of American Home Eco- 
nomics Association, June 1953]. [July 1953.] 9 p. 4° [Processed.] f 

A 43.21 : M 75 

16056 Men's wear is important, Paul D. Gilbert, speech at meeting of American 

Home Economics Association, Kansas City, Mo., June 25, 1953. [July 
1953.] 6 p. 4° [Processed.] t A 43.21 :G 37 

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION, Agriculture Dept. 

Bulletin. 

16057 71. Operating costs of selected frozen food locker cooperatives ; by Paul C. Wilkins 

and L. B. Mann. Mar. 1953. iv + 59 p. il. (Cooperative Research and 

Service Division.) [Includes list of other Farm Credit Administration 

publications available. Text on p. 2 and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 20c. 
• Item 63 

L. C. card Agr 53-236 A 72.3 : 71 

Circular (lettered-numbered series), t A 72.4: (letters-nos.) 

16058 A-23. Publications on agricultural cooperation. Revised July 1953. [1953.] 

[2] +30 p. 4» [Processed.] 

16059 E— 38. Rural youth starts with credit ; [prepared by James L. Robinson h Revised 

Apr. 1953. [1953.] cover title. 29 p. il. 4« [Processed. Prepared in 
cooperation with Extension Service. Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

16060 E— 39. Leader's guide for credit work with 4-H clubs and YMW [young men and 

women] groups [with bibliographies; prepared by .Tames L. Robinson]. 
Revised Apr. 1953. [1953.] cover title, [l]+33 p. il. 4° [1953.] 
[Processed. Prepared in cooperation with Extension Service. Text on 
p. 2 of cover.] 

16061 Farm mortgages recorded, 1952. July 1953. [2] +21 p. il. 4° [Economic 

and Credit Analysis Division.) [Processed.] f A 72.2 : F 22/3/952 

Miscellaneous reports, t A72.8:(nos.) 

16062 172. Handbook on major regional farm supply purchasing cooperatives, 1951 and 

1952; by Martin A. Abrabamson and Jane L. Scearce. May 1953. [4] + 
66 p. il. 4° (Cooperative Research and Service Division.) 
L. C. card Agr 53-232 

16063 173. Acquiring citrus fruit for concentrating by processors in Florida ; bv William 

S. Hoofnagle and J. K. Samuels. May 1953. [2] ii + 15 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] 
L. C. card Agr 53-214 

16064 176. Research in agricultural cooperation problem areas, preliminary ; [prepaid 

by Kelsey B. Gardner]. July 1953. [4]+lii + 53 p. 4" (Cooperative 
Research and Service Division.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation 
with American Institute of Cooperation.] 
L. C. card Agr 53-257 

16065 177. Frozen food locker plants in United States. 16th annual count. Jan. 1953 ; 

by L. B. Mann. July 1953. 2 p. 4° (Cooperative Research and Service 
Division.) 

News for farmer cooperatives, reprint (series). 

16066 52. Good management, key to co-op success. [1953.] 24 p. 11. 4" [Processed. 

From News for farmer cooperatives, 1945-53.] t A 72.10/a 2 : 52 

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160G7 Government Publications 

FEDERAL CIVIL DEFENSE ADMINISTRATION 

Civil defense technical bulletin, digest of technical information TB 
(series). • Item 432-F FCD 1.3: (nos.) 

16007 11-11. Use of tourniquet in controlling hemorrhage. June 1953. 2 p. 4° 'Pa- 
per, 5c. 

16068 16-1. Casualty services in facilities. Aug. 1953. 3 p. 4° * Paper, 5c. 

16069 Radio receiver dial markets, CONELRAD, system of public emergency ra- 

dio broadcasting. [1053.] [11] leaves, il. 24° [Includes 10 sheets of 
radio station identification stamps on perforated gummed paper. | * Pa- 
per, 15c. FCD 1.2 : C 75/2 

Technical manual TM (series). FCD 1.6/3: (nos.) 

16070 8-1. United States civil defense : Civil defense urban analysis. July 1953. 

lv + S5 p. il. 5 pi. [Includes list of Official civil defense publications. 
Text on p. 2 of cover.] » Paper, 5:jc. • Item 432-C 
L. C. card 53-619S6 

16071 11-5. United States civil defense : Blood and blood derivatives program. Apr. 

1952, revised Jan. 1953. [1953.] iv + 203 p. il. [Includes list of 
Official civil defense publications. Text and another illustration on p. 2 
and 4 of cover.] * Paper, 40c. 
L. C. card 53-61912 

16072 Training bulletin. Training officers series, no. 1-18, Jan. 1952-Apr. 1953. 

[1952-53.] various paging, il. 4° t FCD l.d/2 : 1-1S 

16073 Training bulletin. Training officers series: Rescue squad operations [with 

list of references] . May 1953. 10 p. il. 4° t 

L. C. card 53-63342 FCD 1.9/2 : R 31 

16074 Training first-aid system personnel [with list of references]. Mar. 

1953. 25 p. 4° f FCD 1.9/2 : F 51 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Rules and regulations. [Processed. Issued with perforations.] 

16075 pt. 17. Rules concerning construction, marking and lighting of antenna structures, 

5th amendment to edition effective Feb. 15, 1951 ; [adopted June 3, 1953, 
published in Federal register June 13, 1953, to be effective July 13. 1953]. 
[1953.] 1 p. 4° t CC 1.7 : 17/2/amdt.5 

16076 Statistics of Class A telephone carriers reporting annually to the Commis- 

sion, as at Dec. 31, 1952, and for year then ended. [1953.] 4 leaves, f 
[Processed.] t CC 1.2 : T236/11/952 

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS BUREAU, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

16077 1952 report of operations, Federal credit unions. [1953.] cover title, iv+ 

28 p. il. 4° (Social Security Administration.) [Text and map on p. 2 

and 4 of cover.] t • Item 525 

L. C. card 49-17121 FS 3.301 : 952 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

16078 Annual report of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, year ended Dec. 

31,1952. n. p. [1953.] xvii-f-157p.il. t 

L. C. card 36-26171 T 3.F 31/8 : 1/952 

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, Housing and Home Finance 
Agency 

16079 Minimum property requirements for properties of 1 or 2 living units located 

in northern California district. Revised May 1952. [1952.] 244- [124] 

p. il. [Issued with perforations.]' t • Item 593 

L. C. card 47-329S7 HH 2.17 : C 12 

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September 1953 



FEDERAL MARITIME BOARD, Commerce Dept. 



[Cases. Decisions, reports, and orders of Maritime Commission, Federal 
.Maritime Board, and Maritime Administrator.] t 

16050 M— 55. Annual review of bareboat charters of Government-owned, war-built, 

dry-cargo vessels, 1952, under Public law 51)1, Slst Congress. [1953.] 
[1] +126-132 p. C 39.108/a : 4/p. 126-132 

16051 Same, continued. [1] + 133-135 p. C 39.108/a : 4/P.133-135 

16052 M-55 (Sub. no. 1). Annual review of bareboat charters of Government-owned, 

war-built, dry-cargo vessels. 1952, under Public law 591, 
Slst Congress. [1953.] [1] +114-116 p. 

C 39.108/a : 4/p. 114-116 
16083 S-26. Application of American President Lines, Ltd., for resumption of operating- 
differential subsidy on trade route no. 29, service 1. [1953.] [1]+51- 
62 p. C 39.10S/a : 4/p.51-62 

16054 S-29. Review of operating-differential subsidy contract with Grace Line Inc. for 

service 1 of trade route 2. [1953.] [1] +40-50 p. 

C 39.108/a : 4/p.40-50 

16055 S-30. Review of operating-differential subsidy contract with Mississippi Shipping 

Company, Inc., for service 2 of trade route 14. [1953.] [1] + 107- 
113 p. C 39.108/a: 4/p. 107-113 

16086 S— 31. Review of operating-differential subsidy contract with Farrell Lines In- 
corporated fur trade route 15A. [1953.] [11+117-123 p. 

C39.10S/a:4/p.ll7-123 
I60S7 S-33, S-17 (Sub. no. 1). S-33, Application of American President Lines, Ltd., for 
operating differential subsidy on service C-2 of trade 
route no. 17 ; S-17 (Sub. no. 1), Application of Ameri- 
can President Lines, Ltd., for extension of existing 
authority to operate without subsidy on service C— 2 
of trade route no. 17. [1953.] [11+63-68 p. 

C 39.108/a : 4/p. 63-67 
1608S 722. Increased rates of Snow Transportation Company between points on 
Kuskokwim River, Alaska. [1953.] [1] + 124-226 p. 

C 39.10S/a : 4/pt.l24-125 

1C0S9 724. Contract rates, North Atlantic Continental Freight Conference et al. 

[1953.] [11+98-106 p. C 39.108/a : 4/p.98-106 



FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

National electric rate book. [Processed.] 

Note. — The National electric rate book and individual rate books for the 48 
States, covering the rates charged by electric utilities in communities of 1,000 or 
more population, are issued in loose-leaf binders. Supplements showing rate changes 
and new rate schedules are issued to replace superseded data. Price, $25.00 in- 
cluding binders and Supplement service for 12 months from date of order ; Supple- 
ment service thereafter, $15.00 a yr. ; State rate books, $1.50 each. Orders and 
remittances should be submitted direct to the Federal Power Commission, Washing- 
ton 25, D. C, by check or money order payable to the Treasurer of the United States. 



16090 National electric rate book: Idaho. May 1953. 
of Nov. 1952.] 



8 p. 4° 



[Supersedes issue 
FP 1.18 : Id 1/953 



16091 Iowa. May 1953. 2G p. 4° [Supersedes issue of June 1952.] 

FP 1.18 : Io 9/953 

16092 _ — Louisiana. June 1953. 19 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of Sept. 1952.] 

FP 1.18 : L 93/953 

16093 Massachusetts. May 1953. 35 p. 4° [Supersedes issue of May 1952.] 

FP 1.18 : M 38/953 

FEDERAL REGISTER DIVISION, General Services Administration 

16094 Code of Federal regulations, containing codification of documents of general 

applicability and future effect as of Dec. 31, 1952, with ancillaries and 
index: title 14 [Civil aviation] pts. 1-399. Revised 1952. [1953.] 
xv+983 p. il. [Pocket to hold supplements pasted inside back cover.] 
* Cloth, $6.00. • Item 572 GS 4.108 : 14/pt.l-399/952 

16095 title 32A [National defense, appendix]. Revised Mar. 31, 1953. 

[1953.] xv+9S2 p. * Paper, $2.25 • Item 572 GS 4.108 : 32 A/953 

16096 United States Government organization manual 1953-54, revised as of July 

1, 1953. [1953.] v+734 p. il. [Includes Constitution of United States 

with amendments.] * Paper, $1.00. • Item 577 

L. C. card 35-26025 GS 4.109 : 953 



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16087 Government Publications 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

16097 Estimated liquid asset holdings of individuals and businesses, n. p. [1953]. 
2 p. 4° [Reprinted from Federal reserve bulletin, July 1953.] t 

FR 1.3/a : As 74/6/953 

16008 List of stocks registered on national securities exchanges and of redeem- 

able securities of certain investment companies, as of Mar. 3, 1953. n. p. 

June 1953. 36 p. 4° [Prepared for purposes of Regulation U.] t 

L. C. card 36-26627 FR 1.2 : St 6/953 

16009 Recent credit and monetary developments, n. p. [1953]. 8 p. il. 4° [Re- 

printed from Federal reserve bulletin, July 1953.] t ER 1.3/a : C 86/12 

16100 1953 survey of consumer finances : pt. 2, Purchases of durable goods in 

1952 and buying plans for 1953 ; [prepared by John Frechtling and 

Tynan Smith], n. p. [1953]. 12 p. il. 4° [Reprinted from Federal 
reserve bulletin, July 1953.] t 

L. C. card 50-39941 FR 1.3/a : F 49/953/pt.2 

16101 Wartime and postwar credit demands of large corporations ; [prepared by 

Paul S. Anderson], n. p. [1953]. 15 p. il. 4° [Reprinted from Federal 
reserve bulletin, July 1953.] t FR 1.3/a : C 86/11 



16103 


BBB-C-521; 


16104 


BBB-T-6518 


16105 


DD-M-191a 


16106 


DD-T-717. 


16107 


DD-T-721a. 



FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE, General Services Administration 

Note. — Publications of the Federal Supply Service, whether for sale or free, 
should be ordered from GSA Regional Offices in Boston, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, 
Kansas City, Mo., Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D. C. 
All checks and money orders should be made payable to the Treasurer of the United 
States. 

Federal standard stock catalog: sec. 4, pt. 5, Federal specifications. [Is- 
sued with perforations.] • Item 563 

AA-T-623a. Trays, ash ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. il. 4» [Supersedes Int. 
Fed. spec. AA-T-OOC^a i GSA-FSS) revision 1, July 8, 1952, and 
GSA spec. no. 696a, Dec. 5, 1949.] f Paper, 5e. 

GS 2.8 : AA-T-623a 

Coats, bakers' and cooks', white; July 27, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. 
il. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. BBB-C-521 (GSA-FSS), 
Feb. 28, 1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.S : BBB-C-521a 

Trousers, bakers' and cooks', white; July 20, 1953. [1953.] 10 
p. il. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. BBB-T-651 (GSA-FSS), 
Feb. 28. 1952.] f Paper, 10c. GS 2.8 : BBB-T-651a 

Measure, liquid, (acid) ; Aug. 3, 1053. [1953.] 4 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes Int. Fed. Spec. DD-M-00191 (Ariny-Med), Jan. 29, 1953.] 
t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : DD-M-191a 

Tube, drip, glass ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

GS 2.S : DD-T-717 

Tubes, drying; July 3, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4" [Supersedes Int. 
Fed. spec. DD-T-00721 (GSA-FSS), Dec. 5, 1952.1 t Paper, 5c. 

GS 2.8 : DD-T-721a 

Cloths, dust, oil-treated ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4» [Super- 
sedes Int. Fed. spec. DDD-C-411a (GSA-FSS), Aug. 1, 1952.] 
t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : DDD-C-411D 

Nails, wire, and staples, amdt. 1 ; July 29, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4« f 
GS 2.8 : FF-N-105/anidt.l 

Turnbuckle; July 16. 1953. [1953.] 20 p. il. 4» [Supersedes 
Fed. spec. FF-T-791, Jan. 2S, 1936.] t Paper, 15c. 

GS 2.S : FF-T-791a 

Barometers, aneroid, with cases ; July 27, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4" 
[Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. GG-B-00116 (GSA-FSS), Sept. 30, 
1952.] t Paper, 10c. GS 2.8 : GG-B-116a 

Dish, evaporating, platinum, 100 ml. ; Aug. 3, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 
4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. GG-D-00406 (Army-Med), Oct. 
27, 1052.] f Paper, 5c. GS 2.S : GG-D-40Ua 

Erasers, blackboard, amdt. 1 ; July 14, 1953. 1953. 1 p. t 

GS 2.8 : GG-E-651a/amdt.l 

Gages, tire pressure, self contained ; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 14 
p. il. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. GG-G-91 (GSA-FSS), 
Apr. 22, 1952, and MIL-G-4332 (USAF), Nov. 6, 1952.] Pa- 
per, 10c. GS 2.S : GG-G-91a 

Sling, head and shoulder, sayre ; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 1 
pi. 4° t Paper, 15c. GS 2.S : GG-S^81 

Stamp set, rubber, anatomical ; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 5 p. il. 
4° f Paper, 5c. GS 2.S : GG-S-727 

Timer, interval, spring-driven, photographic: July 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 7 p. 4" [Supersedes Interim. Fed. spec. GG-T-416 
(GSA-FSS), Oct. 11, 1951.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : GG-T-416a 



1610S DDD-C-411b. 



16109 


FF-N-105. 


16110 


FF-T-791a. 


16111 


GG-B-116a. 


16112 


GG-D-406a. 


16113 


GG-E-651a. 


16114 


GG-G-91a. 


16115 


GG-S-4S1. 


16116 


GG-S-727. 


16117 


GG-T-416a. 



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Federal standard stock catalog — Continued 

Tip, duodenal tube; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 
5c. 

Cutters, milling; July 2, 1953. [1953.] 54 p. 11. 4° [Super- 
sedes Int. Fed. spec. GGG-C-755 (Navy Ships) , Feb. IS, 1952.] 
t Paper, 25c. GS 2.8 : GGG-C-755a 

Hatchets, anidt. 1 ; July 15, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 11. 12" t 

T 58. 1(13: GGG-H-131a/amdt.l 

Pliers, nippers, and tweezers; June 26, 1953. [1953.] 43 p. il. 
4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. GGG-P-00471 (GSA-FSS), July 
28,1952.] t Paper, 20c. GS 2.8 : GGG-P-471a 

Scrapers, ship, for removing paint and scale, amdt. 1 ; July 15, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t GS 2.8 : GGG-S-116a/amdt.l 

Cable and wire, weather-resistant, amdt. 1 ; July 15, 1953. [1953.] ■ 
1 p. 12° T 58.10/3 : J-C-145/amdt.l 

Seeds, agricultural, amdt. 1 ; Aug. 10, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° t 
GS 2.8 : JJJ-S-lSl/amdt.l 

Sirup, amdt. 1 ; Aug. 10, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4« f 

GS 2.8 : J.TJ-S-351b/amdt.l 

Leather, eattlehide, skirting, vegetable-tanned ; July 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 6 p. 4° f Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : KK-L-258 

Leather, methods of sampling and testing, amdt. 1 ; June 17, 1953. 
[1] + [2] p. 4° t GS2.8: KK-L-311a/amdt.l 

Automobile, station wagon, S-passenger, 4x2, amdt. 1 ; July 31, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° t GS 2.8 : KKK-A-851/umdt.l 

Glazing materials, flexible reinforced plastic; July 16, 1953. 
[1953.] 6 p. 4" t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : L-G-425 

Table top assemblies (plastic thermosetting resin laminate) ; Julv 
16, 1953. [1953.] 7 p. 4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. Spec. L-T- 
0041 (GSA-FSS), Aug. 25, 1952.] t Paper, 10c. 

GS 2.8 : L-T-41a 

Mallets and mauls, wood. amdt. 5; Aug. 10. 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 
11. 12° [Supersedes Amendment 4, May 26, 1945.] 

T 51.7/8 : LLL-M-71/amdt.5 

Ammonium hydroxide, photographic (NH 4 OH) ; July 27, 1953. 
[1953.] 7 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : O-A-505 

Sodium-resinate (rosin soap) ; July 2, 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 
[Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. O-S-607 (Navy-Ships), Jan. 31, 
1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : O-S-«07a 

Beef, dried, unsliced, cancellation ; Julv 30, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 
12° f T 58.10/3 : PP-B-214/cancel 

Drums, steel, 55-gallon, lightweight ; July 6. 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 
4° [Supersedes Int. Fed. spec. RR-D-00711 (Navy-Ships), June 
16,1952.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : PPP-D-711 

Aluminum, ingots, amdt. 2 ; July 22, 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 12° 
[Supersedes Amendment 1, Jan. 2, 1952.] t 

T 58.10/3 : QQ-A-451a/amdt.2 

Wire, steel (carbon), bare and coated; July 14, 1953. [1953.] 
13 p. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. QQ-W^lCla. Mar. 13, 1951.] 
t Paper, 10c. GS 2.8 : QQ-YV-4611) 

Wire, fish (for electricians' and plumbers' use), amdt. 1; Aug. 3, 
1953. 1953. 1 p. 12° t T 5S.10/3 ; QQ-W~34S/amdt.l 

Can, safety (bench tvpe) ; July 16. 1953. [1953.] 6 p. 4° [Su- 
persedes Int. Fed. Spec. RR-C-90 (Navy-Ships), Apr. 22, 1952.] 
t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 ; RR-C-90a 

Cravon. marking: July 15, 1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Supersedes 
Int. Fed. spec. SS-C-006G1 (Navy-Ships). May 29, 1952.] t Pa- 
per, 5c. GS 2.8 : SS-C-661 

Sulfur, commercial grade, amdt. 1 ; Aug. 4, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° t 
GS 2.8 : SS-S-789a/amdt.l 

Enamel, interior, semigloss. tints and white, amdt. 4 ; July 31, 1953. 

[1953.] 4 p. 12° [Supersedes Amendment .'!. Sept. 27, 1951.] t 

T 58.10/3 : TT-E-508/amdt.4 

Paint, iron-oxide, ready-mixed, red and brown, amdt. 1 ; July 29, 
1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° t GS 2.8 : TT-P-31b/amdt.l 

Paint, rubber-base (for swimming pools) ; July 3, 1953. [1953.] 
8 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : TT-P-95 

Paint (titanium-lead-zinc and nil, exterior, ready-mixed, white and 
light tints), amdt. 2 : July 31. 1953. [1953.] 2 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes Amendment 1, July 26, 1951.] t 

GS 2.8 : TT-P-102/amdt.2 

Pillows, bed (feather), amdt. 1; July 13, 1953. 1953. 1 p. 4° 

GS 2.8 : V-P-356a/amdt.l 

Fluid, hydraulic brake : July 3, 1953. [1953.] 11 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes Int. Fed. spec. VV-F-00451 (GSA-FSS), Feb. 9, 1953 and 
Mil. spec. MIL-F-2111, Apr. 7, 1950.] f Paper, 10c. 

GS2.8: VV-F-451a 

Lubricants, liquid fuels, and related products, methods of inspec- 
tion, sampling, and testing; May 21, 1953. [1953.1 cover title, 
[515] p. il. 4° [Supersedes Fed. spec. VV-L-791d. June 20, 
1950.] t Paper, $2.00. GS 2.8 : VV-L-791e 

Lamps, fluorescent, amdt. 2; [1953]. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Super- 
sedes Amendment 1, Apr. 29, 1952.] t 

GS 2.8 : W-L-116/amdt.2 



1611S 


GG-T^56. 


16119 


GGG-C-755a 


16120 


GGG-H-131a 


16121 


GGG-P-471a 


16122 


GGG-S-116a. 


16123 


J-C-145. 


16124 


JJJ-S-181. 


16125 


JJJ-S-351b. 


16126 


KK-L-258. 


16127 


KK-L-311a. 


16128 


KKK-A-851. 


16129 


L-G-425. 


16130 


L-T-41a. 


16131 


LLL-M-7. 


16132 


O-A-505. 


16133 


O-S-607a. 


16134 


PP-B-214. 


16135 


PPP-D-711. 


16136 


QQ-A-451a. 


16137 


QQ-W-461b. 


16138 


QQ-W-348. 


16139 


RR-C-90a. 


16140 


SS-C-661. 


16141 


SS-S-789a. 


16142 


TT-E-50S. 


16143 


TT-P-31b. 


16144 


TT-P-95. 


16145 


TT-P-102. 


16146 


V-P-356a. 


16147 


VV-F-451a. 


16148 


VV-L-791e. 


16149 


W-L-116. 



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Government Publications 



Federal standard slock catalog — Continued 

16150 W-L-312. Lights, floor, and lights, desk (fluorescent, swinging arm) ; July 15, 

1953. [1953.] 8 p. 11. 4° [Supersedes MII^L-4139 USAI'', 
July 20, 1951.] t Paper, 5c. GS 2.8 : W-L-312 

10151 WW-C-5Slb. Conduit, steel, rigid, zinc-coated, amdt. 1; July 15, 1953. 1953. 
1 p. 4» t GS2.8 : WW-C-5Slb/amdt.l 

16152 ZZ-H-471a. Hose, gasoline, synthetic-rubber, wire-stiffened, amdt. 3; July 31, 

1953. [1953.] 3 p. 4° [Supersedes Amendment 2, Sept. 27, 
1951.] t T 5S.10/3 : ZZ-H-471a/amdt.3 

16153 Federal supply schedule: Class 7, Fuel oil and kerosene and solvents (class 

51, p't. 4), GSA region 3. District of Columbia, and Maryland, Virginia, 
and West Virginia, Aug. 1, 1953-July 31, 1954. [1953.] 10 p. 4" [Proc- 
essed.] t GS 2.7 : 7, 51/953-54 

16154 Class 7, Gasoline, GSA region 3 (District of Columbia, and Maryland, 

Virginia, and West Virginia) for period Sept. 1, 1953-Feb. 28, 1954. 
[1953.] 7 p. 4° [Processed.] $ GS 2.7 : 7/7/953-54 

16155 Class S. pt. 2, Tires and tubes (other than aircraft), July 1-Dec. 31, 

1953. [1953.] 28 p. 4" (Region 3.) [Processed.] + GS 2.7: S/pt.2/953 

16150 Class IS, pt. 6, Thermometers, clinical, and Class 57, pt. 1, Glassware, 

laboratory and hospital, and laboratory apparatus and supplies, Dec. 1, 
1952-Oct. 31, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. 4° (Region 3.) [Processed.] % 

GS 2.7 : 18, 57/952-53 

16157 Class 26, pt. 6, Executive type furniture, also class 25, smoking stands, 

class 53, desk trays, and class 54, baskets, wastepaper, Sept. 1, 1953r- 
. Aug. 31, 1954. [1953.] 7 p. 4° (Region 3.) [Processed.] % 

GS 2.7 : 26, 25, 53, 54/953-54 

1615S Class 54, pt. 3, sec. A, Office equipment {see Class 54, pt. 3, sec. B, for 

additional Office equipment items), July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. [1953.] 
19 p. 4° (Region 3.) [Processed.] t GS 2.7 : 54/pt.3/sec.A/953-54 

16159 Class 57, pt. 2, Hospital equipment and supplies, Oct. 1, 1952-Aug. 31, 

1953, amendment notice 3 ; Aug. 17, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° (Region 3.) 
[Processed.] % GS 2.7 : 57/pt.2/952-53/amdt.3 

16160 Class 59, Building materials, GSA region 3, District of Columbia, and 

Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, Aug. 15, 1953-Feb. 14, 1954. 
[1953.] 22 p. 4° [Processed.] % GS 2.7 : 59/953-54 

Interim Federal specifications. [Processed. Issued with perforations.] f 

16161 O-I-0055Sa (Ships). Insecticide, DDT emulsifiiable concentrate (nonexplo- 

sive solvent) ; July 10, 1953. [1953.] 9 p. 4" [Used 
in lieu of MIL-I-2237, June 29, 1950.] 

GS 2.8/5 : O-I-0055Sa (Ships) 

Rust removing compound (Phosphoric acid base) (for 

use on ferrous niflal surfaces) ; Mar. 31. 1952. [1952.] 

8 p. 4° [Supersedes MIL-C-16481 (Ships), Aug. 1, 

1951.] GS 2.S/5 : P-R-701 (Navy Ships) 

Same, amdt. 1 ; June 10, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° 

GS 2.8/5 : P-R-791 (Navy Ships )/amdt.l 
Chains and attachments, welded, weldless, and roller 
chain : June 5. 1953. [1953.] 47 p. il. 4» [Super- 
sedes 42C19 (INT), Aug. 15, 1953.] 

GS 2.S/5 : RR-C-00271a (Ships) 
Pipe, copper, seamless, standard ; July 10, 1053. [1953.] 
7 p. 4° [Used in lieu of Navy 44P2g. Sept. 1, 193S] 

GS 2.S/2 : WW-P-00377a (Ships) 

16166 Revision 1 to Schedule of blind-made products, dated July 1953. July 10, 

1953. 2 p. 4° [Processed.] f GS 2.2 : B 61/953-2/ch.l 

16167 Revision 2 to July 1953 Stores stock catalog. Sept. 1, 1953. 6 p. 4° [Proc- 

essed.] t GS 2.2 : St 7/953-2/rev.2 

16108 Stores stock catalog, special notice of availability, class 26, general office 
furniture. July 1, 1953. 4 p. 4° [Processed.] f GS 2.2 : St 7/3/953-2 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, Interior Dept. 



16162 P-R-791 (Navy Ships). 



16164 RR-C-00271a (Ships). 



16165 WW-P-00377a (Ships). 



C. F. S. (series). [Processed.] 
10169 894. Chesapeake fisheries, 1051, annual summary. 
(Branch of Commercial Fisheries.) t 



[1953.] 



[l] + 3 p. il. 4° 
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Commercial fisheries review separate (series). [Processed.] f 

I49.10/a: (nos.) 

1G170 34S. Status of New England sea-scallop fishery [with list of literature citeil] ; 

by Ernest D. Premetz and George W. Snow. [1953.] 17 p. 11. 4" [From 

Commercial fisheries review. May 1953, v. 15, no. 5. Prepared at request 

of Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.] 

10171 349. Salmon tagging by 1952 Ja] esc north Pacific fishing expedition: by C. J. 

Burner. [1953.] p. 18-19, 11. 4" [From Commercial fisheries review. 
May 1953, v. 15, no. 5.] 

16172 350. Technical note no. lit;, Glazing brine-frozen salmon; [by D. T. Miyauchi]. 

[1953.] p. 24-25, 4° [From Commercial fisheries review, May 1953, 
v. 15, no. 5.] 

Fishery bulletins. • Item 611 149.27: (nos.) 

16173 77. Spawning of yellowfin tuna in Hawaiian waters [with list of literature 

cited] ; by Fred C. June. 1953. ii + 47-64 p. 11. 4" [Text on p. 2 of cover. 
From Fishery bulletin, v. 54.] * Paper. 15c. 
L. C. card 53-01999 

10174 7S. Estimation of growth rate in animals bv marking experiments [with litera- 

ture cited] ; by Milton J. Lindner. 1953. [1] +05-09 p. 11. 4" [Text on 
p. 2 of cover. From Fishery bulletin, v. 54.] * Paper, 10c. 
L. C. card 53-G3331 

10175 SO. Phosphorus exchange, in marine phytoplankton [with list of literature cited] : 

by Theodore R. Kice. 1953. ii + 77-S9 p. 11. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover. 
From Fishery bulletin, v. 54.] * Paper, 15c. 
L. C. card 53-01945 

Fishery leaflets. [Processed.] t 

10176 336q. Quarterly outlook for marketing fishery products, July-Sept. 1953 [with 

bibliography ] : prepared in Branch of Commercial Fisheries. July 1953. 
38 p. 11. 4° [Charts prepared by Gutaf T. Sundstrom.] I 49.28: 336q 

Regulatory announcement. 

16177 39. [Laws and regulations for protection of commercial fisheries of Alaska, 1953], 

amdt. 2 ; July 23, 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 4° [Processed. Title 50, Wildlife, 
chap. 1, subchap. F, Alaska commercial fisheries.] f I 49.24 : 39/amdt.2 

Research report. 

16178 33. Fecundity of Hudson River shad [with list of literature cited] ; bv Burton A. 

Lehman. 1953. ii + S p. 11. [Text on p. 2 of cover.] * Paper, 10c. 
• Item 614 I 49.26 : 33 

Special scientific reports : Wildlife (series). [Processed.] $ 

149.15/3: (nos.) 

16179 19. Fall migration of black duck [with list of literature cited] ; by C. E. Addy. 

[1953.] [2] + 63+ [32] p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] 

16180 20. Classification of wetlands of United States ; by Wetlands Classification Com- 

mittee of Fish and Wildlife Service, Alexander C. Martin, chairman, Neil 
Hotchkiss, Francis M. Uhler and Warren S. Bourn. Washington, D. C, 
June 1953. [1]+14 p. il 1" 

10181 21. Waterfowl populations and breeding conditions, summer 1952. [1953.] 

[2] leaves + [3] +303 p. il. 22 pi. 4° [Joint compilation or reports with 
Canadian Wildlife Service, in cooperation with many Provincial and State 
game departments.] 

Wildlife leaflets. [Processed.] t 1 49.13: (nos.) 

10182 345. Control of snakes [with list of references] ; by William H. Stickel. June 

1953. 8 p. il. 4° [Supersedes Wildlife leaflet 257, Facts about snakes 
(July 1944).] 

16183 346. Annual fur catch of United States ; compiled by Frank G. Ashbrook. July 

1953. 24 p. 4° [Annual report issued in cooperation with State game 
and conservation commissions, which supply statistical data.] 

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, Health, Education, and Welfare 
Dept. 

Service and regulatory announcements: Food, drug, and cosmetic (series). 

16184 2, pt. 19. [Cheese and cheese products, definitions and standards under Federal 

food, drug, and cosmetic act] insert. [1953.] 1 p. t • Item 480 

FS 13.115 : 2/pt.l9/insert 

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

16185 And now, what of the future? summary of remarks by R. E. Short, di- 

rector, Foreign Agricultural Service, before general assembly of Farm 
and Home Week, State College, Miss., July 16, 1953. [July 24, 1953.] 
7 p. 4° [Processed.] t A67.13:Sh8 

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Foreign agriculture circulars. [Processed.] 



1C186 FC 20-53. 



A67.1S: (letters nos.) 
Activity slowed in Canadian cotton textile industry. July 17, 

1953. 6 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes, cotton. July 17, 1953. 3 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes, cotton. July 17, 1953. 2 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes, cotton, cotton textile industry in Japan; by 

Carl C. Campbell. Aug. 4, 1953. 7 p. 4° 
World citrus production and trade. Aug. 19, 1953. 12 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes, citrus fruit, some observations on Belgian 

citrus market ; by J. Henry Burke. Aug. 14, 1953. 3 p. 4° 
Intake of dairy products into Latin America, 1938 -and 1948—52. 

July 20, 1953. 144- [16] p. 4" 
1952 world trade in apples decreased 18 percent, pears unchanged. 

July 22, 1953. 6 p. 4° A 67. IS : FDAP 3-53 

1952 world banana trade close to prewar level ; [by Gustave 

Burmeister). [Appeared in Foreign crops and markets, v. 67, 

no. 3, July 20, 19531. July 28, 1953. 4 p. 4° 
Copra exports decline sharply. July 28, 1953. 12 p. 4° 
[This entry number not used.] 
International trade in meat continues downward trend in 1952. 

July 27, 1953. 4+[l] p. 4° 
International trade in sugar in 1952. July 17, 1953. 6 p. 4° 
World tobacco production for 1952-53 lower. July 9, 1953. 

13 p. 4« 
Canada's 1953 tobacco production lower : 1952 consumption, 

stocks and exports higher. July 24, 1953. 2 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes, tobacco, market developments in Asia, 

Africa, and Europe ; by George W. Thomas, jr. July 24, 1953. 

12 p. 4» 
India's tobacco production, higher exports, and imports lower. 

July 30, 1953. 1 p. 4° 
Western Germany adjusts tax rates on tobacco products. July 31, 

1953. 4 p. 4° 
Developments in tobacco industry of Greece. Aug. 3, 1953. 2 p. 4° 
Foreign market notes tobacco, notes on tobacco situation in the 

Netherlands ; by G. W. Van Dyne. Aug. 14, 1953. 3 p. 4» 

Foreign agriculture report. 

16205 73. Filberts in Turkey; by Walter R. Schreiber. June 1953. cover title, [2] 4-35 

p. il. 4° [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t 

L. C. card Agr 53-233 A 67.16 : 73 

16206 index to maps and charts published by Foreign Agricultural Service, supp. 

3, July 1952-June 1953. Washington, D. C, July 1953. cover title, 

iii+15 p. 4° [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 51-61021 A 67.2 : M 32/supp.3 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE BUREAU, Commerce Dept. 



16187 

1I1187A 

16188 


FC 21-53. 

FC 22-5.'i. 
FC 23-53. 


16189 
16190 


FCF 6-53. 
FCF 7-53. 


16191 


FD 7-53. 


16192 


FDAP 3-53 


16193 


FDAP 4-53 


16194 
16195 


FFO 23-53. 


16196 


FLM 8-53. 


16197 
16198 


FS 4-53. 
FT 16-03. 


16199 


FT 17-53. 


16200 


FT 18-53. 


16201 


FT 19-53. 


16202 


FT 20-53. 


16203 
16204 


FT 21-53. 
FT 22-53. 



Business information service. [Processed.] 

16207 Sales of lubricating oils and greases, 1951, by States, types and company classi- 

fications ; prepared by Winona P. Stehman, [assisted by Tess M. Voss, Lena 
Carter, Gertrude Jackson, Hylda M. Puree, and Greta E. Richter]. July 1953. 
15 p. 4« (Petroleum Division, O. I. T.) f Paper, 15c. C 1S.228 : L 96 

International trade statistics series. (Office of International Trade.) 

[Processed.] 

16208 Total United States export and import trade, Jan.-Apr. 1953 ; [prepared in 

International Economic Analysis Division, from basic data of Census Bureau]. 
10 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. C 18.228 : T 67/8/953 

World trade series. (Office of International Trade.) [Processed.] 

C 18.228: W 89/ (nos.) 

16209 418. Turkey, economic review, 1952, based on report from American Embassy, 

Ankara, and arranged for publication in Near Eastern and African Divi- 
vision ; prepared by Theodore J. Hadraba. t Paper, 30c. 

16210 420. Austria, summary of basic economic information ; prepared by Herbert 

Neuman, based mainly on official Austrian publications. July 1953. 19 
p. il. 4° t Paper, 20c. 

16211 421. Libya, economic review, 1952. based on report by Harold M. Midkiff and 

arranged in Near Eastern and African Division. June 1953. 14 p. 4° 
t Paper, 15c. 

16212 422. Sweden, summary of basic economic information ; prepared by Grant Olson, 

based on olliohil Swedish publications and reports from American Embassy, 
Stockholm. July 1953. 19 p. il. 4» t Paper, 20c. 

1G213 428. Indonesian export-import procedures; prepared by Emmit E. Nolan and 
Milton W. Meyer. American Embassy, Djakarta, arranged for publication 
in Far Eastern Division. July 1953. 9 p. 4° t Paper, 10c. 

16214 425. Application of import tariff system of Brazil. July 1953. 2 p. 4» t Pa- 
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Business information service — Continued 

16215 426. Switzerland, summary of basic economic information, based on reports from 

U. S. consulate general. Zurich, prepared for publication in European 
Division. July 1953. 16 p. 4° t Paper, 20c. 

16216 427. Preparing shipments to Ceylon (documentation, consular, and customs re- 

quirements) ; prepared in Far Eastern Division. July 1953. 14 p. 4° 
t Taper, 15c. 

16217 429. Sending gift packages to Burma. Aug. 1953. 3 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

16218 430. Sending gift packages to French North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia and French 

Morocco). Aug. 1953. 4 p. 4" t Paper, 5c. 

16219 433. Sending gift packages to Japan. Aug. 1953. 3 p. 4° t Paper, 5c. 

16220 434. Sending gift packages to Union of South Africa. Aug. 1953. 3 p. 4° 

t Paper, 5c. 

16221 Factors limiting U. S. investment abroad : pt. 1, Survey of factors in for- 

eign countries. [1953.] iv+132 p. 4° (Office of International Trade.) 

* Paper, 55c. • Item 215 

L. C. card 53-61S37 C 18.2 : In S/5/pt.l 

16222 Preliminary report, fruit spread production, 1952 ; prepared in Food In- 

dustries Division of National Production Authority. July 1953. 4 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t Paper, 5c. 18.22S : F 94/4/prelim. 

16223 Study of factors limiting American private foreign investment, summary of 

preliminary findings and recommendations. July 1953. cover title, 

[3]+39 p. 4° (Office of International Trade.) [Processed.] t Pa- 
per, 50c. 

L. C. card 53-63338 C 18.2 : In 8/6 

FOREIGN TRADE ZONES BOARD 

16224 Annual report to Congress, fiscal year 1952. Washington, D. C, July 16, 

1953. [2] +24+13+ [12] p. 4° [Processed.] f Paper, 25c. 

L. C. card 40-26491 FTZ 1.1 : 952 



FOREST SERVICE, Agriculture Dept. 

Central States Forest Experiment Station: Station notes. [Processed.] t 

A 13.68/10: (nos.) 

16225 75. Growth of well-stocked cottonwood stand ; [by Leon S. Minckler and Paul E. 
Lamendola]. July 1953. [2] p. 4° [Prepared in cooperation with Car- 
bondale Research Center (maintained in cooperation with Southern Illinois 
University) and Illinois State Division of Forestry.] 

16226 76. Success of planted pines varies with species and site; [by Leon S. Minckler 
and Glenn S. Deitschman]. Aug. 1953. [2] p. il. 4° 

16227 Cherokee National Forest [Tenn.]. Apr. 1953. 1 sheet (with map on 
verso) il. oblong f, folded into narrow 8° size and so printed as to num- 
ber 8+ [8] p. (Southern Region.) t • Item 85 
L. C. card Agr 53-250 A 13.13 : C 42/953 

16228 Conservation teaching aid : Visual and auditory aids for teaching conserva- 
tion ; by C. W. Mattison. Slightly revised May 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 4° 
[Processed.] t A 13.72 :V 82 

16229 Forest fire statistics [calendar year] 1952 ; prepared by Division of Cooper- 

ative Protection. [1953.] [1]+15 p. il. 4" [Processed.] t 

L. C. card 53-63341 A 13.2 : F 51/38/952 

Forest Products Laboratory : [Reports]. [Processed.] t 

A 13.27/14: (nos.) 

16230 E899-8. Small sawmill improvement, practical pointers to field agencies : Air 

seasoning of lumber at small mills ; [contributed by J. S. Mathewson.] 
[June 1953.] 5 p. 1 pi. 4° 

Simple device for detecting compression wood. Revised June 1953. 
[1953.] [1I+2-H5] p. il. 4° 

Survey of strength and related properties of yellow-poplar; [by R. P. 
Luxford and L. W. Wood]. Revised June 1953. [1953.] cover title, 
16+ [2S] p. il. 4° [This report is one of series issued in cooperation 
with Air Foree-Navy-Civil Subcommittee on Aircraft Design Criteria 
under supervision of Aircraft Committee of Munitions Board.] 

Supplement to Repair of aircraft sandwich constructions; [by B. G. 
Heebink]. June 1953. cover title, 6+ [6] p. il. 4" [Supplements 
Reports 1584 and 1584-A. This report is one of series issued in 
cooperation with Air Force-Navy-Civil Subcommittee on Aircraft De- 
sign Criteria under supervision of Aircraft Committee of Munitions 
Board.] 



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16232 



16233 15S4-B. 



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Forest Products Laboratory — Continued 

10234 D17GG-S. Veneer cutting and drying properties: Redwood. May 1953. 6+[l] 
p. 4° 

16235 1810— A. Wrinkling of facings of sandwich construction subjected to edgewise 
compression, sandwich constructions having honeycomb cores; [by 
Charles B. Norris, Kenneth H. Boiler .and Arnold W. Voss], June 
1953. cover title, 16 + 11 p. 11. 4» [This report is one of series 
issued in cooperation with Air Force-Navy-Civil Subcommittee on 
Aircraft Design Criteria under supervision of Aircraft Committee of 
Munitions Board.] 

10230 182S. Bending of circular sandwich plate under normal load ; [by Wilhelm S. 

Ericksen]. Revised June 1953. [1953.] cover title, 34+ [2] p. 11. 
4° [This report is one of series issued in cooperation with Air Force- 
Navy-Civil Subcommittee on Aircraft Design Criteria under supervi- 
sion of Aircraft Committee of Munitions Board.] 

16237 1841. Mechanical properties of a laminate designed to lie isotropic ; [by Fred 

Werren and C. B. Norris], May 1953. cover title, 18 p.+ [8] p. il. 
4° [This report is one of series issued in cooperation with Air Force- 
Navy-Civil Subcommittee on Aircraft Design Criteria under supervi- 
sion of Aircraft Committee of Munitions Board.] 

10238 D1941. Experimental dwelling-room fires ; [by H. D. Bruce]. June 1953. cover 

title, 10+ [13] p. il. 4° 

Lake States Forest Experiment Station : Technical notes. [Processed.] t 

A 13.61/10: (nos.) 

10239 398. 1951, Lake States pulpwood production reaches all time high, [by] A. G. 

Horn. July 1953. [2] p. 4° 

16240 399. 1952, Lake States pulpwood production continues at high level; [by] A. G. 

Horn. July 1953. [2] p. 4° 

16241 400. Hypoxylon canker of aspen in Lake States; [by] Ralph L. Anderson. July 

1953. 1 p. 4° 

10242 401. Scrub aspen control with basal sprays; [by] John L. Arend. July 1953. 

1 p. 4° 

10243 402. Snowshoe hare damage to jack pine plantation in Minnesota, [by] Laurits 

W. Erefting. July 1953. 1 p. 4° 

Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: Forest statistics series, West 
Virginia. [Processed.] t A 13.42/21 : W 52 v/no. ( nos.) 

16244 2. Forest statistics for Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia; [by Kobert D. 

Wray]. 1953. cover title, iii + 10 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of 
front cover. Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

16245 3. Forest statistics for eastern section of West Virginia; by Robert D. Wray]. 

1953. cover title, ill + 16 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of front 
cover. Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

16246 4. Forest statistics for southeastern section of West Virginia ; [by Robert D. 

Wray]. 1953. cover title, iii+16 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of 
front cover. Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

16247 5. Forest statistics for southwestern section of West Virginia : [by Robert D. 

Wray]. 1953. cover title, iii + 16 p. il. 4* [Page i is printed on Inside of 
front cover. Map on p. 3 of cover.] 
1624S 6. Forest statistics for western section of West Virginia; [by Robert D. Wray]. 
1953. cover title, iii + 16 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of front cover. 
Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

16249 7. Forest statistics for north-central section of West Virginia ; [by Kobert D. 

Wray]. 1953. cover title, iii + 16 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of 
front cover. Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

16250 8. Forest statistics for northern section of West Virginia; [by Robert D. Wray]. 

1953. cover title, iii+16 p. il. 4° [Page i is printed on inside of front cover. 
Map on p. 3 of cover.] 

Northwestern Forest Experiment Station : Forest statistics series, New 
York. [Processed.] 

16251 2. Forest statistics for New York forest district no. 7 ; [by Robert D. Wray and 

Wayne G. Banks]. [July 1952.] cover title, ii + 17 p. [Page i is printed 
on inside of front cover. Maps on p. 1 and 3 of cover.] t 

A13.42/21:N42Y/no.2 

16252 Report on cooperative test of continuous-inventory forest survey system, 

in eastern Maryland ; by C. A. Bickford, K. A. Chapman, and A. B. 
Caporaso. [July 1952.] cover title, 31 p. 4° (Northeastern Forest 
Experiment Station.) [Processed.] A 13.42/2: In 8 

10253 State and private forestry cooperation, Forest tree planting on private and 
State land, fact sheet. [Washington, D. C, June 1953.] 3 p. il. 4° [Proc- 
essed.] t A 13.2 : T 71/19 
Technical notes. (Forest Products Laboratory.) [Processed.] t 

A 13.27/9: (nos.) 

16254 B-10. Nailing of wood boxes. Revised June 1953. [1953.] 4 p. 

16255 128. Moisture content and storage affect strength of nailed wood boxes. Revised 

June 1953. [1953.] 1 p. 
10250 164. Common styles of nailed-wood boxes. Revised June 1953. [1953.] [3] 
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Technical notes — Continued 
16257 213. Detection and relief of case-hardening. Revised Dec. 1952. [1953.J 

5 p. 11. 
162. .8 2:26. Glues for wood in archery uses. Revised Dec. 1952. [1953.] 4 p. 
1G259 245. Suitability of woods for use in frame house. Revised Dec. 19.j2. [19D3.] 

11 p. [Publication is part of Agriculture Department Farmer's bulletin 

1756, Selection of lumber for farm and home building.] 
162G0 248. Computed thermal conductivity of common woods. Revised Dec. 1952. 

[1953.] 4+[l) p. il. 
1G261 249. Fire-retardant paints containing borax. Revised Dec. 1952. [1953.] 3 p. 

16262 258. Synthetic resin glues for wood. Feb. 1953. 4 p. 

16263 What forester does for wildlife, conservation teaching aid. [June 1953.] 

[4] p. il. 4° [Processed. Prepared in consultation with Education Office, 
Federal Security Agency.] t A 13.72 : W 64 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 

16264 Decisions of comptroller general, v. 31, July 1, 1951-June 30, 1952 ; Lindsay 

C. Warren, comptroller general, Frank L. Yates, assistant comptroller 

general. [1952, published 1953.] xxvii+94S p. * Cloth, $3.00. • Item 

544 

L. C. card 22-24145 GA 1.5 : 31 

General regulations. [Processed.] J 

16265 50. Payment of claims against United States after settlement by General Ac- 

counting Office, revised, supp. 1, revised Julv 20, 1953. 3 p. 4° 

GA 1.6 : 50/2/supp.l/rev. 

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

16266 Regulations of General Services Administration, title 1, Personal property 

management, July 31, 1953. [1953.] [53] p. il. 4° [Processed. Includes 
Transmittal letter 1-27. Issued in loose-leaf form.] J GS 1.6/4 : 1-27 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Interior Dept. 

Bulletins. • Item 620 119.3: (nos.) 

16267 9S7. Fluorspar deposits of Eagle Mountains, trans-Peeos Texas, study of 

geology and fluorspar deposits of Eagle .Mountains, Hudspeth County, 
Tex. [with list of references] ; by Elliot Gillerman. 1953. V4-9S p. 
il. 14 pi. 13 pi. in pocket, 2 p. of pi., map in pocket. * Paper, $1.75. 
L. C. card GS 53-225 
1G2G8 992. Contributions to geochemistry, 1941) [witli lists of literature and with 

bibliographic commentary] ; by W. W. Brannock and others. 1953. 
v + 94+[15] p. il. 14 p. of pi. * Paper, 65c. 
L. C. card GS 46-128 

16269 995-A. Constitution diagrams of Pennsylvania anthracite, study of lithologic 

constituents of anthracite in Pennsylvania [with list of literature 
cited] : by Holly C. Wagner. 1953. iii + lS p. il. 3 pi. 2 are in pocket, 
4 p. of pi. [Contribution to economic geology.] * Paper, 65c. 

16270 998-B. Some zinc-lead deposits of Wrangell district, Alaska, description of de- 

posits at Groundhog Basin, Glacier Basin, the lake claims, and Berg 
Basin [with list of literature cited] ; by H. R. Gault, D. L. Rossman, 
G. M. Flint, jr.. and R. G. Ray. 1953. V + 15-5S p. il. 2 p. of pi. 8 
pi. in pocket. [Zinc and lead deposits of southeastern Alaska.] 
* Paper, 65c. 

16271 1000-A. Geocliemical prospecting abstracts through June 1952, abstracts of 

world literature on geocliemical prospecting methods; by John W. 
Harbaugh. 1953. iii-t-50 p. [Contributions to geoehemical pros- 
pecting for minerals.] * Paper, 20c. 

Professional papers. • Item 624 119.16: (nos.) 

16272 243— D. Cenomanian ammonite fauna from Mosby sandstone of central Montana 

[with list of references] : by W. A. Cobban. 1953. iii + 45-55+ [8] p. 
il. 1 pi. 6 p. of pi. 4° [Shorter contributions to general geology, 1952.] 

* Paper, 55c. 

1G273 243-F. Conoclonts of Harnett formation of Texas [with list of references cited] : 
by Wilbert H. Hass. 1953. iii + 69-94 + [ 4 ] p. il. 1 pi. 2 p. of pi. 1 
tab. 4" [Shorter contributions to general geology, 1952, p. 69-94.] 

* Paper, 55c. 

Water-supply papers. • Item 625 . 1 19.13 : (nos.) 

36274 1137-D. Floods of May-July 1950 in southeastern Nebraska; prepared by Water 
Resources Division. 1953. v+ [2] +351-411 p. il. [Prepared in 
cooperation with Nebraska Department of Roads and Irrigation. A 
presentation of data on floods May-July 1950 in Little Nemaha Iii vim 
basin. Salt. Union, Shell, Beaver, and Plum Creeks, and West Fork 
Big Blue River.] * Paper, 25c. 

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16275 Government Publications 

Water-supply papers — Continued 

10275 1171. Surface water supply of United States, 1950 : pt. 1, North Atlantic 
slope basins. 1903. xlv + 778 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with 
Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hamp- 
shire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, 
Virginia, and West Virginia and other agencies.] * Paper, $2.00. 
L. C. card 46-40712 

16270 1176. Surface water supply of United States, 1950 : pt. 6, Missouri River 
Basin. 1953. xv + 826 p. il. [Prepared in cooperation with Colorado, 
Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, 
South Dakota, and Wyoming, and other agencies.] * Paper, $2.25. 
L. C. card 46^10712 

HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE DEPARTMENT 

16277 Regional office directory, professional and administrative personnel: [July 

15,1953]. [1953.] cover title, 12 p. map, 4° (Office of Field Services.) 
[Processed. Issued with perforations.] t FS 1.2 : R 26/953 

16278 Report to Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare on extension of 

old-age and survivors insurance to additional groups of current workers ; 
[by] consultants on social security. 1953. vi+32 p. i • Item 445 
L. C. card 53-63333 FS 1.2 : 01 1 

HOME LOAN BANK BOARD, Housing and Home Finance Agency 

16279 Mortgage investments of life insurance companies, 1952. [1953.] [l]+9 

p. il. [Processed.] t 

L. O. card 51-16791 HH 4.2 : M 84/2/952 

16280 Savings and home financing source book, 1953. [1953.] 39 p. il. 4° [Proc- 

essed.] t HH 4.2: So 8 

HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY 

16281 eth annual report, Housing and Home Finance Agency [calendar year 

1952]. 1953. xvi+458 p. il. [Includes annual reports of Office of Ad- 
ministrator, Home Loan Bank Board, Federal Housing Administration, 
Public Housing Administration.] * Paper, $1.00. • Item 581 
L. C. card 48-^17166 HH 1.1 : 952 

16282 Short-term forecast of housing market, Jacksonville, Fla. ; [prepared by 

Martin Deutsch, Joseph H. Young, and Allen Chester]. June 1953. 
x+65 p. il. (Office of Administrator, Division of Housing Research.) 
* Paper, 25e. • Item 582 
L. C. card 53-61959 HH 1.2 : J 13 

HUMAN NUTRITION AND HOME ECONOMICS BUREAU, 
Agriculture Dept. 

16283 Window curtains, making and hanging, guide for home economics teachers 

and leaders ;[by Martha L. Hensley and Bess V. Morrison]. [July 1953.] 
40 p. il 4° (HNHE 111. ) t • Item 88 A 77.702 : W 72 

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE (Navy), Defense Dept. 

H. O. publications, t • Item 378 D 203.22 : (nos.) 

16284 129. Change 3 [May 23, 1953], corrected through Notice to mariners 21 of 1953 

(combined with effective pases of Changes 1 & 2), to Sailing directions 
for West Indies, v. 2, 6th edition, 1949. 1953. [216] p. 4" [Issued in 
loose-leaf form.] 

10285 160. Change 1, [July 4, 1953], corrected through Notice to mariners 27 of 1953, 

to Sailing directions for Bay of Bengal, 4th edition, 1951. 1953. [128] 
p. il. 4° [Includes List of effective pages. Issued in loose-leaf form.] 

INFORMATION OFFICE, Agriculture Dept. 

Congressional lists, f • Item 91 A21.9/S: (nos.) 

10286 1. [List of publications available for distribution bv members of Congress July 1, 

1953.] [1953.] 8 p. 
16287 3. Publications available for distribution by members of Congress to homemakers 
and residents of cities and towns [July 1, 1953]. [1953.] 1 p. narrow 
large 8" 

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September 1953 16296 

INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS INSTITUTE, State Dept. 

162S8 Teachers' handbook for use by teachers in rural elementary schools, devel- 
oped through collaboration of Latin American and United States educa- 
tors under direction of Ann Nolan Clark. [1953.] [6] +149 p. il. 4" 
(Division of Education.) [Title on cover is: Teachers' handbook for 
use in cooperative education programs in Latin American Republics. 
Another illustration on front cover.] t • Item 890 
L. C. card 53-63302 S 1.64 : T 22 

INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES COMMISSION, State Dept. 

16289 Report of International Fisheries Commission appointed under treaty be- 

tween United States ami Canada for preservation of northern Pacific 
halibut fishery, no. 19, Production of halibut eggs on Cape St. James 
spawning bank off coast of British Columbia, 1935-46 [with list of 
literature cited] ; by Richard Van Cleve and Allyn H. Seymour. Seattle, 
Wash., 1953 [Wrigley Printing Co., Ltd., Vancouver 2, B. C.]. 44+ [1] 
p. il. 4° t 
L. C. card 31-10702 S 5.35 : 2 R 29/no.l9 

16290 no. 20, Regulation and investigation of Pacific halibut fishery in 1952. 

Seattle, Wash., 1953 [Wrigley Printing Co., Ltd., Vancouver 2. B. C.]. 
22+[l] p. il. 4° [Text on p. 2 of cover.] J S 5.35 : 2 R 29/no.20 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

16291 Carload waybill statistics, 1952, State-to-State distribution of all com- 

modities combined, traffic and revenue, 1 percent sample of terminations, 
year 1952. Washington, D. O, July 1953. [l]+ii+25 p. 4° (Statement 
5326, file no. 40-C-ll ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Processed.] t 
L. C. card A48-141 IC 1.2 : C 17/39/952 

16292 State-to-State distribution of animals and products, traffic and reve- 
nue, 1 percent sample of terminations in 1952. Washington, D. C, July 
1953. [l]+ii+43 p. 4° (Statement 5328, file no. 40-C-ll ; Bureau of 
Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 48-141 IC 1.2 : C 17/30/952 

16293 State-to-State distribution of products of agriculture, traffic and 

revenue, 1 percent sample of terminations in year 1952. Washington, 
D. C, July 1953. [l]+ii+S7 p. 4° (Statement 5327, file no. 40-C-ll ; 
Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 

L. C. card A 48-141 IC 1.2 : C 17/31/952 

16294 Condensed consolidated statistical statements, class I railways having 

annual railway operating revenues of $10,000,000 or more, years ended 
Dec. 31, 1950 and 1951. Washington, D. C, May 1953. cover title. 83 p. 
4" (Statement 5314; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Processed.] f 
L. C. card A 45-2434 IC l.ste.46 : 950-51 

16295 Freight commodity statistics, class I steam railways in United States, 

year ended Dec. 31, 1952. [1953.] cover title, p. 3-280, oblong large 8° 
(Statement 53100, 29th in series: Bureau of Transport Economics and 
Statistics.) * Paper, $2.50. • Item 704 
L. C. card 41-51S27 IC l.ste.29 : 952 

16296 Motor operations of class 1 railroads ; [prepared by T. R. Edfeldt]. Wash- 

ington, D. O, June 1953. cover title, x+200 p. il. 4° (Statement 5321, 
file no. 313-A-l ; Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.) 
[Processed. This study, issued as information, has not been considered 
or adopted by Interstate Commerce Commission.] f 
L. C. card A 53-9691 IC 1 mot.2 : M S5/3/94S 

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16207 Government Publications 

10297 Rail carload cost scales by territories as of Jan. 1, 1953, based on year 
1951 operations with adjustment to reflect wage and price levels as of 
Jan. 1, 1953. Washington, D. C, May 1953. [l]+iii+104 p. il. 4° 
(Statement 4-53; Bureau of Accounts and Cost Finding, Cost Finding 
Section.) [Processed. This study, issued as information, has not been 
considered or adopted by Interstate Commerce Commission.] % 
L. C. card A 49-1585 IC 1.2 : R 13/6/953 

16298 Railway operating statistics, rules, instructions, interpretations and defi- 
nitions used in connection with reporting of railway operating statistics. 
Washingon, D. C, May 1953. [l]+28 p. 4° (Statement no. 5315, 
Bureau of Transport Economies and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 53-9672 IC 1.12/2 : R 13 

Reports. [Processed.] f IC1 acei.5: (nos.) 

1C299 3518. Texas and New Orleans Railroad Company in re accident near Missouri 
City, Tex., on May 28. 1953. [1953.] 9 p. il. 4° 

16300 3519. Southern Railway Company in re accident at Manassas, Va., on June 3, 

1953. [1953.] 10 p. il. 4° 

16301 3521. Union Pacific Railroad Company in re accident near Apex, Mont., on Apr. 

7, 1953. [1953.] 10 p. il. 4° 

16302 3522. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company in re accident near Sniithburg, 

W. Va., on April 17, 1053. [1053.] 9 p. il. 4° 

16303 3523. Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company in re accident 

near Superior, Mont., on May 31, 1953. [1953.] 8 p. il. 4° 
1G304 3524. New York Central Railroad Company in re accident at Nehasane, N. T., on 
Mar. 22, 1953. [1953.] 13 p. il. 4° 

16305 3525. Southern Railway Company in re accident at Forrestville, Ga., on June 1, 

1953. [1953.] 12 p. il. 4° 

16306 Selected financial and operating statistics from annual reports of freight 

forwarders, year ended Dec. 31, 1951. Washington, D. C, June 1953. 
[2] +12 p. oblong 8° (Statement 5325 ; Bureau of Transport Economics 
and Statistics.) [Processed.] t 
L. C. card A 44-913 IC 1.2 : F SS/951 

16307 Statistics of small shipments; [prepared by Paul L.