Изображения страниц
PDF
EPUB
[graphic]

CONTENTS

No. 1, page 1.–For the relief of the family of Wang Erh-Ko.

No. 2, page 3.—To provide that certain staff officers of the United States Navy

shall come under the operation of section 16 of the act of June 10, 1926.

No. 3, page 7.-Recommendations, certain relative to the bill (H. R. 14039) to

regulate the distribution and promotion of commissioned officers of

the line of the Navy and for other purposes (Britten bill).

No. 4, page 9.—To provide for the payment of a discharge gratuity to enlisted

men of the Navy and Marine Corps.

No. 5, page 11.–Authorizing the appointment of Virgil E. Whitaker as a first

lieutenant in the volunteer Marine Corps Reserve.

No. 6, page 13.-For the relief of Thomas T. Gessler (H. R. 13465).

No. 7, page 15.—For the relief of Thomas J. Harrington (H. R. 13557).

No. 8, page 17.–For the relief of John Thomas Lonergan (H. R. 13890).

No. 9, page 19.-For the relief of the leaders of the United States Navy Band

and the leader of the United States Marine Corps Band, and for

other purposes (H. R. 13741).

No. 10, page 21. - Providing for sundry matters affecting the naval service.

No. 11, page 27.-For the relief of Lieut. David. 0. Bowman, Medical Corps,

United States Navy (H. R. 13959).

No. 12, page 29.- For the relief of Edwin I. Chatcuff (H. R. 13721).

No. 13, page 31.–For the relief of the Mackenzie Memorial Hospital and German-

American Hospital and Lau Ye Kun, all of Tientsin, China.

No. 14, page 33.—For the relief of John T. Riley (H. R. 14016).

No. 15, page 35.- For the relief of Anthony M'Guigan (H. R. 13658).

No. 16, page 37.-To amend section 1440 of the Revised Statutes of the United

States (S. 2410).

No. 17, page 39.- Providing for sundry matters affecting the naval service.

No. 18, page 43.- To_authorize alterations and repairs to the U. S. S. Cali-

fornia (H. R. 14660).

No. 19, page 45.—To authorize an increase in the limit of cost of alterations

and repairs to certain naval vessel (H. R. 13249).

No. 20, page 47.- To amend section 1505 of the Revised Statutes of the United

States, as amended, relating to loss of numbers by officers of the

Navy who are found not professionally qualified for promotion

(H. R. 14450).

No. 21, page 51.-In re (H. R. 11922) to authorize the Secretary of the Navy

to lease the United States destroyer and submarine base, Squantum,

Mass.

No. 22, page 53.—To amend the naval appropriation act for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1916, relative to the appointment of pay clerks and

acting pay clerks (H. R. 14923).

No. 23, page 55.-For the conservation, care, custody, protection, and operation

of the naval petroleum and oil shale reserves, and for other purposes

(H. R. 14933).

No. 24, page 59.-To authorize an increase in the limit of cost of two fleet sub-

marines (H. R. 14922).

No. 25, page 63.-A review of certain legislation, including the following bills:

H. R. 11616, to authorize alterations and repairs to certain vessels;

H. R. 13884, to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to proceed with

the construction of certain public works, and for other purposes;

H. R. 14039, to regulate the distribution and promotion of commis-

sioned officers of the line of the Navy, and for other purposes; H. R.

5528, to enable electricians, chief electricians, and chief radio elec-

tricians to be appointed to the grade of ensign; H. R. 8537, for the

relief of retired and transferred members of the Naval Reserve Force,

Naval Reserve, and Marine Corps Reserve; H. R. 7209, to provide

for the care and treatment of naval patients, on the active or retired

list, in other Government hospitals when naval hospital facilities are

not available.

2197-29

[ocr errors]

III

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

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

naval vessels."

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.

15577).

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

Wang Erh-Ko.

No. 46, page 343.—Hearing on (H. R. 13721) a bill for the relief of Edwin I.

Chateufl.

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

States Navy.

No. 48, page 349.—Hearing on H. R. 10238, a bill "for the relief of Lieut.

L. A. Williams, Supply Corps, United States Navy."

No. 49, page 357.—Hearing on S. 1633, an act for the relief of Edward A. Blair.

No. 50, page 365.—Relief of ugene A. Dubrule (H. R. 14426).

No. 51, page 367.-A hearing on H. R. 4770, a bill for the relief of Lieut. Timothy

Mulcebý, Supply Corps, United States Navy.

No 52, pago 379.-A hearing on H. R. 12458, a bill for the relief of Margaret

Vaughn; statement of Hon. James O'Connor, a Representative in

Congress from the State of Louisiana; statement of Commander

Theodore S. Wilkinson, United States Navy, Bureau of Navigation.

No. 53, page 383.—A hearing on H. R. 10569, a bill for the relief of Gilbert P.

Chase.

No. 54, page 385.—A hearing on H. R. 12390, a bill for the relief of Frank C.

Messenger.

No. 55, page 389.-A hearing on H. R. 13658, a bill for the relief of Hugh Anthony

McGuigan.

No. 56, page 391.- A hearing on H. R. 3162, bill for the relief of Robert Bryan

Somerville.

No. 57, page 399.-A hearing on H. R. 13573, a bill for the relief of Pedro P.

Alvarez.

No. 58, page 401.-For the relief of Lieut. (Junior Grade) Victor B. Tate, United

States Navy, and Paul Franz, torpedo man (third class), United

States Navy (H. R. 15976).

No. 59, page 403.—Hearing on H. R. 13428, a bill for the relief of the Mackenzie

Memorial Hospital and .Lau Ye Kun, all of Tientsin, China.

No. 60, page 413.—Hearing on H. R. 14450, a bill to amend section 1505 of

the Revised Statutes of the United States, as amended, relating to

loss of numbers by officers of the Navy who are found not profes-

sionally qualified for promotion.

No. 61, page 417.-Hearing on the bill (H. R. 15530) to provide that certain

staff officers of the United States Navy shall come under the opera-

tion of section 16 of the act of June 10, 1926.

No. 62, page 423.--Hearing on (H. R. 11483) a bill to amend section 1493 of the

Revised Statutes as amended.

No. 63, page 427.—Hearing on the bill (H. R. 12986) to amend section 12 of the

act approved May 18, 1920.

No. 64, page 433.--Hearing on the bill (H. R. 5487) to amend section 6 of the act

approved February 28, 1925, entitled “An act to provide for the

creation, organization, administration, and maintenance of a Naval

Reserve and a Marine Corps Reserve.

No. 65, page 437.--Relief of Richard Kirchhoff (H. R. 14291).

No. 66, page 439. -Relief of Bendix Peter Jensen (H. R. 14694).

No. 67, page 441.-Relief of Harold G. Billings (H. R. 14692).

No. 68, page 443. — Relief of Roland Vincent Baillie (H. R. 14384).

No. 69, page 445.--Relief of Joseph G. O'Neil (H. R. 14580).

No. 70, page 447.-To correct the naval record of William B. McLaren, alias

Thomas J. Kelly, alias Thomas Holden Scully (H. R. 14262).

No. 71, page 449.—Relief of William Geravis Hill (H. R. 14498).

No. 72, page 451.-Relief of Benjamin Gonzalez (H. R. 16222).

No. 73, page 453.—To repeal the provision in the Act approved June 10, 1896,

prohibiting the employment of officers of the Navy or Marine Corps

on the active or retired list by persons or companies furnishing naval

supplies or war material to the Government (H. R. 5485).

No. 74, page 459.---Relief of Norman S. Cooper (H. R. 11989).

No. 75, page 461.--For the retirement of James Floyd North (H. R. 15241).

No. 76, page 463.-Granting six months' pay to Annie Bruce (H. R. 15190).

No. 77, page 465.—Relief of Lieut. Commander Heber Butts (H. R. 15189).

No. 78, page 467.—Awarding a medal of honor to Joseph S. Withington (H. R.

15198).

No. 79, page 469.-To amend section 2! of the act approved February 28, 1925,

entitled “An act to provide for the creation, organization, administra-

tion, and maintenance of a naval reserve and a Marine Corps reserve;"

statement of Rear Admiral Edward H. Campbell, United States Navy,

Judge Advocate General, Navy Department.

No. 80, page 475.--A hearing on H. R. 480, a bill for the relief of certain officers

of the Dental Corps of the United States Navy.

[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

No. 81, page 483.- For recognition of meritorious service performed by Chief

Gunner Clarence L. Tibbals.

No. 82, page 485.- A hearing on H. R. 9342, relating to length of service of pro-

fessors of mathematics in the United States Navy; statement of

Commander Theodore Woolsey Johnson, Corps of Professors of Math-

ematics, United States Navy.

No. 83, page 503.-- The Navy's trans-Atlantic flight.

No. 84, page 507.-To authorize the American Legion, Department of New

Jersey, to erect a memorial chapel at the naval air station, Lake-

hurst, N. J.

No. 85, page 509.—To provide for the reimbursement of certain enlisted men and

former enlisted men of the Navy for the value of personal effects lost,

damaged, or destroyed by fire at the naval training station, Hamp-

ton Roads, Va., on February 21, 1927.

No. 86, page 511.--A hearing on a bill (H. R. 10664) for the relief of the State of

Maine;' statement of Hon. Carroll L. Beedy, a Representative in

Congress from the State of Maine.

No. 87, page 529.–For the relief of Melvin Gordon Eldred (H. R. 14880).

No. 88, page 531.--To correct the naval record of William Joseph Roberts

(H. R. 14261).

No. 89, page 533.—To correct the naval record of George Rivers (H. R. 15149).

No. 90, page 535.- To provide for the establishment of a rifle range in the vicinity

of the navy yard, Puget Sound, Wash. (H. R. 15678).

No. 91, page 537.-For the relief of certain officers of the Dental Corps of the

United States Navy (H. R. 480).

No. 92, page 539.-To authorize the American Legion, Department of New

Jersey, to erect a memorial chapel at the naval air station, Lake-

hurst, N. J. (H. R. 16533).

No. 93, page 541.–For the relief of Thomas N. Smith (H. R. 15003).

No. 94, page 543.--To authorize the President to award, in the name of Congress,

gold medals of appropriate design to Albert C. Read, Elmer F. Stone,

Walter Hinton, H. C. Rodd, J. L. Breese, and Eugene Rhodes (S. 1338).

No. 95, page 549.- For the relief of Homer Elmer Cox (H. R. 10611).

No. 96, page 551.- To establish a naval airship base in one of the Pacific Coast

States (H. R. 16694).

No. 97, page 553.-To provide for the refitting of the frigate Constitution (H.

R. 15204).

No. 98, page 555.- For the relief of Leonard T. Newton (H. R. 15489).

No. 99, page 557.--To amend the act of August 29, 1916, relating to the pro-

motion of officers in the Navy to provide for the promotion of officers

who have been wounded in line of duty (H. R. 15730).

No. 100, page 561.-A hearing on the bill (H. Ř. 15678) “To provide for the

establishment of a rifle range in the vicinity of the navy yard, Puget

Sound, Wash.”

No. 101, page 581.- A hearing on H. R. 8917, a bill to establish a hydrographic

office in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii; statement of Hon. Victor S. K.

Houston, a Delegate in Congress from the Territory of Hawaii.

No. 102, page 589.-Providing for the promotion of Chief Boatswain Edward

Sweeney, United States Navy, retired, to the rank of lieutenant on

the retired list of the Navy (H. R. 15034).

No. 103, page 591.-For the relief of Judson Stewart (H. R. 15666).

No. 104, page 593.--For the relief of Jolin Bedard (H. R. 15755).

No. 105, page 595.--For the relief of David Schwartz (H. R. 15867).

No. 106, page 597.- For the relief of Donald Alexander Peterson (H. R. 15890).

No. 107, page 599.--A hearing on bill (H. R. 16533) to authorize the American

Legion, Department of New Jersey, to erect a memorial chapel at the

naval air station, Lakehurst, N. J.

No. 108, page 601.-A hearing on the bill (H. R. 10529) for the relief of Bernard

McGlave.

No. 109, page 603.-A hearing on the bill (H. R. 13465) for the relief of Thomas

T. Gessler.

No. 110, page 607.- A hearing on the bill (H. R. 9352) providing for sundry

matters affecting the naval service (part 1); statements of Rear

Admiral Charles Morris, Supply Corps, United States Navy, Bureau

of Supplies and Accounts; Rear Admiral Edward H. Campbell,

Judge Advocate General, United States Navy; and Lieut. Carlton

R. Eagle, Supply Corps, United States Navy, Bureau of Supplies and

Accounts, Navy Department.

[ocr errors]
« ПредыдущаяПродолжить »