No. 26, page 83.-Statement of Rear Admiral John D. Beuret, Construction
Corps, United States Navy, on H. R. 13249, a bill "To authorize
an increase in the limit of cost of alterations and repairs to certain
No. 27, page 109.-A hearing before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the
House of Representatives on H. R. 13685, a bill “To regulate the
distribution and promotion of commissioned officers of the Marine
Corps, and for other purposes.
No. 28, page 201.-A hearing before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the House
of Representatives of (H. R. 14660) a bill to authorize alterations an/
repairs to the U. S. S. California.
No. 29, page 207.-A hearing before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the House
of Representatives on H. R. 14922, a bill to authorize an increase in
the limit of cost of two frei subi sarines; statement of Rear Admiral
John D. Beuret, construction corps, United States Navy, Chief of
the Bureau of Construction and Repair.
No. 30, page 225.—Hearing beiore the Committee on Naval Affairs of the House
of Represcritatives on H. R. 11616, to authorize alterations and repairs
ti, certain naval vessels namely, the “Pennsylvania” and “Arizona,
and H. R. 13219, for the “Oklahoma" and "Nevada," statement of
Rear Admiral John D. Beuret, construction corps, United States
Navy, Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Repair.
No. 31, page 235.-Statement by Hon. Fred A. Britten, chairman Committee
on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives, on House Resolution
253, requesting the Secretary of the Navy to detail a medical officer
to the House of Representatives.
No. 32, page 237.--Baldwin-Britten exchange of cablegrams.
No. 33, page 247.- A letter to the chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs of
the House of Representatives in re a bill (H. R. 11922) to authorize
the Secretary of the Navy to lease the United States naval destroyer
and submarine base, Squantum, Mass.
No. 34, page 257.-A hearing on (H. R. 13614) a bill to equalize the pay and
allowances of officers of the Navy and Marine Corps on sea duty;
statements of Rear Admiral Richard H. Leigh, Chief Bureau of Navi-
gation, and Rear Admiral Luke McNamee, Office of Naval Operations.
No. 35, page 277.-A hearing on S. 1530, an act for the relief of Gilpin Construc-
tion Co. Senate act substituted for House bill (H. R. 6188).
No. 36, page 313.--A bill to amend the act of May 4, 1898, as amended by the
act of March 3, 1899, relating to the number of acting assistant
surgeons in the Navy to be appointed by the President (H. R. 15205).
No. 37, page 317.-To authorize the transfer to the line of the Navy of certain
officers of the construction corps who are employed on aeronautical
duties (H. R. 15378).
No. 38, page 321.–To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to dispose of material
to the sea scout department of the Boy Scouts of America (H. R.
No. 39, page 323.- To provide for the elimination from the active list of the
Navy of certain officers of the staff corps who have been selected for
promotion (H. R. 11331).
No. 40, page 325.- To provide for advancement in rank of certain officers on the
retired list of the Navy (H. R. 14806 and 15206).
No. 41, page 327.- To regulate the minimum age limit for enlistments in the
Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve.
No. 42, page 329.-To equalize the pay and allowances of officers of the Navy
and Marine Corps on sea duty (H. R. 13614).
No. 43, page 331.-- Authorizing pavement of F Street, South Charleston, W. Va.,
adjoining the United States Naval plant (H. R. 10551).
No. 44, page 333.--Hearing on (H. R. 9972) a bill for the relief of Charles Silver-
man; statement of Hon. Sol Bloom, a Representative in Congress
from the State of New York.
No. 45, page 339.--Hearing on a bill (H. R. 15279) for the relief of the family of
No. 46, page 343.—Hearing on (H. R. 13721) a bill for the relief of Edwin I.
No. 47, page 347.--For the relief of Lieut. (junior grade) Victor B. Tate, United
States Navy, and Paul Franz, torpedo man (third class), United