CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 78

Box 79: Eighty-eighth Congress: Majority Leader Files

F 1: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Amateur Radio Operations (S. 920).

A. S. 920: "To amend sections 303 and 310 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, to provide that the Federal Communications Commission may issue authorizations, but not licenses, for alien amateur radio operators to operate their amateur radio stations in the United States, its possessions, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico provided there is in effect a bilateral agreement between the United States and the alien's government for such operation by U. S. amateurs on a reciprocal basis." (Barry Goldwater-Arizona; Gordon Allott-Colorado; E. L. Bartlett-Alaska; Wallace F. Bennett-Utah; J. Caleb Boggs-Delaware; Carl T. Curtis-Nebraska; Carl Hayden-Arizona; Roman L. Hruska-Nebraska; Frank J. Lausche-Ohio; Lee Metcalf-Montana; Frank E. Moss-Utah; Maurine B. Neuberger-Oregon; Jennings Randolph-West Virginia; Hugh Scott-Pennsylvania; John J. Sparkman-Alabama; John G. Tower-Texas; Ralph W. Yarborough-Texas; Thomas J. McIntyre-New Hampshire; Peter H. Dominick-Colorado; Joseph S. Clark-Pennsylvania; Hubert H. Humphrey-Minnesota; Hiram L. Fong-Hawaii; Birch Bayh-Indiana). 1 copy.

B. Report No. 1349 (To accompany s. 920); re: "International Reciprocity For Amateur Radio Operators" (Fred R. Harris - Oklahoma). 1 copy.

F 2: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Automobile Seat Belts (H. R. 134).

A. H. R. 134: "To provide that seat belts sold or shipped in interstate commerce for use in motor vehicles shall meet certain safety standards." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Report No. 378 (To accompany H. R. 134): re: "Safety Standards For Automobile Seat Belts" (Kenneth A. Roberts-Alabama).

F 3: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Blind Persons Travel (H. R. 8068).

A. H. R. 8068: "To amend section 403 (b) of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 to permit the granting of free transportation to guides or seeing-eye dogs accompanying totally blind persons." (J. Arthur Younger - California).

B. Report No. 1542 (To accompany H. R. 8068): re: "Authorizing Free Transportation Of Guides Or Dog Guides Accompanying Persons Aboard Aircraft" (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).

F 4: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Clean Air Act (H. R. 6518).

A. H. R. 6518: "To improve, strengthen, and accelerate programs for the prevention and abatement of air pollution." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Conference Report No. 1003 (To accompany H. R. 6518): re: "Clean Air Act" (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

C. Report No. 508 (To accompany H. R. 6518): re: "Clean Air Act" (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

F 5: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Colorado River Hydroelectric Projects (H. R. 9752).

A. H. R. 9752: "To preserve the jurisdiction of the Congress over construction of hydroelectric projects on the Colorado River Below Glen Canyon Dam." (John J. Rhodes - Arizona).

B. Report No. 1544 (To accompany H. R. 9752): re: "Hydroelectric Projects On The Colorado River" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

F 6: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Commercials (H. R. 8316).

A. H. R. 8316: "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to prohibit the Federal Communications Commission from making certain rules relating to the length of frequency of broadcast advertisements." (Walter Rogers - Texas).

B. Report No. 1054 (To accompany H. R. 8316): re: "Lack Of Authority Of Federal Communications Commission To Make Rules Relating To The Length Or Frequency Of Broadcast Commercials" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

F 7: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Drug Control (H. R. 2628).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 2628.

B. S. 2628: "To protect the public health by amending the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to regulate the manufacture, compounding, processing, distribution, delivery, and possession of habit-forming barbiturate drugs, amphetamine, and other habit-forming central nervous system stimulant drugs, and other drugs that have a potential for abuse resulting in psychotoxic effects or anti-social behavior." (Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut).

F. 8: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Equal Time Rule (H. J. Res. 247).

A. H. J. Res. 247: "To suspend for the 1964 campaign the equal opportunity requirements of section 315 of the Communications Act of 1934 for nominees for the Offices of President and Vice President." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Conference Report No. 1415 (To accompany H. J. Res. 247): re: "Suspension Of Equal Time Provisions Of The Communications Act For 1964 Presidential Campaign" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 359 (To accompany H. J. Res. 247): re: "Suspension Of Equal Time Provisions Of The Communications Act For 1964 Presidential Campaign" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

F 9: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Federal Airport Act amendments. (S. 1153).

A. S. 1153: "To amend the Federal Airport Act to extend the time for making grants thereunder, and for other purposes." (A. S. Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Alan Bible - Nevada).

B. Conference Report No. 1154 (To accompany S. 1153): re: "Amendments To Federal Airport Act" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 1002 (To accompany S. 1153): re: "Amendments To Federal Airport Act" (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).

F 10: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Fishing Boat Owners (H. R. 3873).

A. H. R. 3873: "To amend section 322 of the Public Health Service Act to permit certain owners of fishing boats to receive medical care and hospitalization without charge at hospitals of the Public Health Service." (Otis G. Pike - New York).

B. Report No. 1467 (To accompany H. R. 3873): re: "Medical Care For Fishing Boat Owners" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 11: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Food Additives (H. R. 4731).

A. H. R. 4731: "To amend section 402 (d) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act." (Tolbert H. MacDonald - Massachusetts).

B. Report No. 1550 (To accompany H. R. 4731): re: "Use Of Additives In Confectionery" (Tolbert H. MacDonald - Massachusetts).

F 12: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Food Additives (H. R. 12033).

A. H. R. 12033: "To further amend the transitional provisions of the act approved September 6, 1958, entitled 'An act to protect the public health by amending the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to prohibit the use in food of additives which have not been adequately tested to establish their safety', and for other purposes." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

B. Report No. 1770 (To accompany H. R. 12033): re: "Food Additives Transitional Provisions Amendment Of 1964" (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

F 13: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Freight Forwarding (H. R. 5445).

A. H. R. 5445: "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act to permit freight forwarders to acquire other carriers subject to such act, to place such transactions under the provisions of section 5 of such act, and for other purposes." (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).

B. Report No. 421 (To accompany H. R. 5445): re: "Unifications Or Acquisitions Of Control Of Freight Forwarders Under The Interstate Commerce Act" (Robert W. Hemphill-South Carolina.

F 14: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: General Dyestuff Corporation (S. 1451).

A. S. 1451: "To amend section 41 (a) of the Trading With The Enemy Act." (Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

B. Report No. 1551 (To accompany S. 1451): re: "Claims Of Shareholders Of General Dyestuff Corp." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 15: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Grand Prairie Land Transfer (H. R. 11083).

A. H. R. 11083: "To amend the Public Health Service Act to extend the authorization for assistance in the provision of graduate or specialized public health training, and for other purposes." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Report No. 1553 (To accompany H. R. 11083): re: "Graduate Public Health Training Amendments Of 1964" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 16: Majority Leader Files. (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Grand Prairie Airport Conveyance (H. R. 8462). H. R. 8462: "To authorize conveyance of certain real property of the United States heretofore granted to the city of Grand Prairie, Texas, for public airport purposes, contingent upon approval by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency, and to provide for the conveyance to the United States for certain real property now used by such city for public airport purposes." (James C. Wright, Jr. - Texas).

F 17: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Health Professions Educational Assistance (H. R. 12).

A. H. R. 12: "To increase the opportunities for training of physicians, dentists, and professional public health personnel, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 109 (To accompany H. R. 12): re: "Health Professions Educational Assistance."

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 12.

D. Summary: re: "The Effects of a Loan Program on the Production of Medical Students."

E. Remarks: re: "Health Professions Educational Assistance Act of 1963" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F. Remarks: re: "Health Professions Educational Assistance Act of 1963" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 18: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Hospital/Medical Facilities amendments (H. R. 10041).

A. H. R. 10041: "To improve the public health through revising, consolidating, and improving the hospital and other medical facilities provisions of the Public Health Service Act." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 1340 (To accompany H. R. 10041): re: "Hospital And Medical Facilities Amendments Of 1964" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 19: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Imported Wovens Labels (H. R. 4994).

A. H. R. 4994: "To amend the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act and the Wool Products Labeling Act of 1939 in order to require that imported woven labels must have woven into them the name of the country where woven." (Tolbert H. Macdonald - Massachusetts).

B. Report No. 1417 (To accompany H. R. 4994): re: "Labeling Of Imported Woven Labels" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 20: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Interstate Oil Compact Commission (H. J. Res. 220).

A. H. J. Res. 220: "Consenting to an extension and renewal of the interstate compact to conserve oil and gas." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 681 (To accompany H. J. Res. 220): re: "Consenting To Extension And Renewal Of Interstate Compact To Conserve Oil And Gas" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

F 21: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Mental Retardation Facilities/Community Mental Health Centers (S. 1576).

A. Note: re: S. 1576.

B. S. 1576: "To provide assistance in combating mental retardation through grants for construction of research centers and grants for facilities for the mentally retarded and assistance in improving mental health through grants for construction and initial staffing of community mental health centers, and for other purposes." (Lister Hill - Alabama).

C. Report No. 694 (To accompany S. 1576): re: "Mental Retardation Facilities And Community Mental Health Centers Construction Act Of 1963."

F 22: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Nurses Training Act (H. R. 11241).

A. H. R. 11241: "To amend the Public Health Service Act to the opportunities for training professional nursing personnel, and for other purposes." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. House Report No. 1549 (To accompany H. R. 11241): re: "Nurse Training Act of 1964."

F 23: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Optometry Students (H. R. 8546).

A. H. R. 8546: "To amend title VII of the Public Health Services Act so as to extend to qualified schools of optometry those provisions thereof relating to student loan programs." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Report No. 1769 (To accompany H. R. 8546): re: "Loans To Students Of Optometry" (J. J. (Jake) Pickle - Texas).

F 24: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Physicians/Dentists (S. 2220).

A. S. 2220: "To encourage physicians and dentists who have received student loans under programs established pursuant to title VII of the Public Health Service Act to practice their professions in areas having a shortage of physicians or dentists." (Norris Cotton - New Hampshire; Lister Hill - Alabama; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Thomas J. McIntyre - New Hampshire; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas).

B. Report No. 1806 (To accompany S. 2220): re: "Encouraging Certain Physicians And Dentists To Practice In Areas Having A Shortage Of Physicians Or Dentists" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 25: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Product Safety. Resolution: re: "Requesting The Secretary Of The Department Of Health, Education And Welfare Of The Federal Government To Investigate The Manufacture, Distribution And Sale Within The United States Of Certain Compounds Designed For Use As Adhesive Dope Or Waterproofing Substances: Directing Distribution Of This Resolution."

F 26: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Quality Stabilization Act (H. R. 3669).

A. H. R. 3669: "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act, to promote quality and price stabilization, to define and restrain certain unfair methods of distribution and to confirm, define, and equalize the rights of producers and resellers in the distribution of goods identified by distinguishing brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. House Report No. 566 (To accompany H. R. 3669): re: "Quality Stabilization Act."

F 27: Majority Leader File (1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Railroads.

A. Correspondence: re: Proposals for transportation legislation; Leaflets; Reprint

B. Leaflet: "JFK's Transportation Message - The Trucking Industry's Position."

C. Leaflet: "A threat to…the South and West."

D. Leaflet: "Which One Is Exempt From Anti-Trust Laws?" (re: Major corporations in the United States).

E. Reprint: "An Open Letter…To The Members Of The 88th Congress: re: The basic role of transportation; the importance of railroads - and the urgent need for legislation." (From: Modern Railroads).

F 28: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Railroad Labor Dispute (H. J. Res. 665).

A. H. J. Res. 665: "To provide for settlement of the labor dispute between certain carriers by railroad and certain of their employees." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 713 (To accompany H. J. Res. 665): re: "Railroad Labor Dispute" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 29: Majority Leader Files (1963). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Railroad Retirement Act (H. R. 8100).

A. H. R. 8100: "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Retirement Act, the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act and the Temporary Extended Railroad Unemployment Insurance Benefits Act of 1961 to increase creditable and taxable compensation, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 748 (To accompany H. R. 8100): re: "Amendments To The Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, The Railroad Retirement Tax Act, The Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, And The Temporary Extended Railroad Unemployment Insurance Benefits Act of 1961" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 30: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Railroad Retirement Act (H. R. 12362).

A. H. R. 12362: "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to eliminate the provisions which reduce the annuities of the spouses of retired employees by the amount of certain monthly benefits payable under title II of the Social Security Act." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 1807 (To accompany H. R. 12362): re: "Elimination Of Restriction Against Payment Of Social Security Benefits To Spouses Of Retired Railroad Employees" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 31: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Rural electric cooperatives. Correspondence: re: National Rural Electrification Coops Association; Hearings on legislation to exempt REA coops from the jurisdiction of the FPC.

F 32: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Securities acts amendments (H. R. 6793).

A. H. R. 6793: "To amend the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, to extend disclosure requirements to the issuers of additional publicly traded securities, to provide for improved qualification and disciplinary procedures for registered brokers and dealers, and for other purposes."

B. H. Res. 801: "Providing for consideration of H. R. 6793, a bill to amend the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, to extend disclosure requirements to the issuers of additional publicly traded securities to provide for improved qualification and disciplinary procedures for registered brokers and dealers, and for other purposes."" (James J. Delaney --New York).

F 33: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Steel Container markings (H. R. 5673).

A. H. R. 5763: "To prohibit the introduction into interstate commerce of any shipping container manufactured in the United States from imported steel unless the container is marked so as to indicate the country of origin of the steel." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Report No. 1552 (To accompany H. R. 5673): r: "Marking Of Steel Containers" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 34: Majority Leader Files (1964). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Transportation amendments (H. R. 9903).

A. H. R. 9903: "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act and the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and to implement more fully the national transportation policy, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. House Report No. 1144: re: "Transportation Amendments Of 1964" (H. R. 9903).

F 35: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Administrative Conference of the U. S. (S. 1664).

A. S. 1664: "To provide for continuous improvement of the administrative procedure of Federal agencies by creating an Administrative Conference of the United States, and for other purposes." (Edward V. Long - Missouri).

B. Report No. 1565 (To accompany S. 1664): re: "Establishing An Administrative Conference Of The United States" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 36: Majority Leader Files ( - ). Judiciary, Committee on the: Administrative Procedures Act.

A. Booklet: "A Commentary On The Code Of Federal Administrative Procedures" (S. 1887; H. R. 9926).

B. Booklet: "A Lawyer's View Of Administrative Procedure - The American Bar Association Program" (By: Robert M. Benjamin).

F 37: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Churchill, Winston (H. R. 4374). H. R. 4374: "To proclaim Sir Winston Churchill an honorary citizen of the United States of America." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

F 38: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Data.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil Rights Bill (H. R. 7152); Clipping; American Bar Association.

B. H. R. 7152: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protect constitutional rights in education, to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for four years the Commission on Civil Rights to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

C. Clipping: "JFK Wants to 'Control People.'"

D. Booklet: "Some questions and answers on the civil rights bill."

E. Remarks: re: "Civil Rights" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F. Remarks: re: "Civil Rights or Civil Wrongs" (Bruce Alger - Texas).

G. Advertisement: re: "Civil Rights & Legal Wrongs" re: Civil Rights Bill Of 1963.

H. Clipping: "McCulloch Answers Rights Foes."

I. Remarks: re: "Setting the Record Straight on the Civil Rights Bill" (John V. Lindsay - New York).

J. Remarks: re: "Armenian Martyrs Day" (William St. Onge -Connecticut).

K. Remarks: re: "The ABC's of the Civil Rights Bill" (John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky).

L. News Release: re: "The Road To Despotism."

M. News Release: "Civil Rights Bill Destroys Union Seniority."

N. Remarks: re: The Civil Rights Bill (Charles L. Weltner - Georgia).

F 39: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Data.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7152; Excerpts; Memorandums (See below).

B. H. R. 7152: See file 38 for title and author.

C. Excerpts: r: Retention of Title VII, Equal Employment Opportunity; Civil Rights Bill (H. R. 7152).

D. Memorandum: re: "Comments On Senator Lister Hill's Criticism Of Civil Rights Bill."

E. Memorandum: re: "Discussion Of Satterfield Comments On Civil Rights Bill."

F. Booklet: re: "Reports of Committees of The Association of the Bar Concerned with Federal Legislation."

G. Summary: re: "Civil Rights Article."

H. Pros & Cons/Summary: re: Civil Rights Bill.

I. Memorandum: re: "Civil Rights Bill."

F 40: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Debate.

A. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (1st Day of Debate).

B. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (2nd Day of Debate).

C. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (3rd Day of Debate).

D. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (4th Day of Debate).

E. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (5th Day of Debate).

F 41: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Debate.

A. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (6th Day of Debate).

B. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (7th Day of Debate).

C. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (8th Day of Debate).

D. Remarks: re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (9th Day of Debate).

F 42: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Indians.

A. Note: re: H. R. 980.

B. H. R. 980: "To provide a program for an 'Operation Bootstrap' for the American Indian in order to improve conditions among Indians on reservations and in other communities, and for other purposes." (E. Y. Berry - South Dakota).

F 43: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (H. R. 7152). Legislation.

A. H. R. 7152.

B. Report No. 914, Part 1 (To accompany H. R. 7152): re: "Civil Rights Act Of 1963" (Peter W. Rodino, Jr. - New Jersey).

C. Report No. 914, Part 2 (To accompany H. R. 7152): re: Civil Rights Act of 1963 (William M. McCulloch - Ohio).

D. H. Res. 789: "To provide for the concurrence of the House of Representatives to the Senate amendment to H. R. 7152" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

E. H. Res. 616: "Providing for consideration of H. R. 7152, a bill to enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protect constitutional rights in education, to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for 4 years the Commission on Civil Rights, to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes." (Ray J. Madden - Indiana).

F 44: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Civil Rights (S. 1731). S. 1731: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protest constitutional rights in education to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for 4 years the Commission on Civil Rights, to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes." (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Stuart Symington - Missouri; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Stephen M. Young - Ohio; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Daniel B. Brewster - Maryland; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Clair Engle - California; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; George McGovern - South Dakota; Thomas J. McIntyre - New Hampshire; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Peter H. Dominick - Colorado; Frank Church - Idaho; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming).

F 45: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary Committee on the: Criminal Justice Act Of 1964 (S. 1057).

A. S. 1057: "To promote the cause of criminal justice by providing for the representation of defendants who are financially unable to obtain an adequate defense in criminal cases in the courts of the United States." (James O. Eastland - Mississippi; Roman L. Hruska - Nebraska; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina; Thomas J. Dodd, Jr. - Connecticut; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania).

B. Conference Report No. 1709 (To accompany S. 1057): re: "Criminal Justice Act of 1964" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 46: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: De Socarraz, Miguel (H. R. 10216). H. R. 10216: "For the relief of Dr. Miguel de Socarry." (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 47: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Diversity Jurisdiction (H. R. 1997).

A. H. R. 1997: "To amend subsection c of section 1332 of title 28, United States Code, relating to diversity of citizenship." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 1229 (To accompany H. R. 1997): re: "Limitation Of Diversity Jurisdiction Of Federal Courts Under Direct Action Statutes" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 48: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Federal Register Act (H. R. 2837).

A. Correspondence: re: A federal building project for Wilburton, Oklahoma; Presidential documents; H. R. 2837; Federal Register Act.

B. H. R. 2837: "To amend further section 11 of the Federal Register Act (44 U. S. C. 311)." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

C. Report No. 72 (To accompany H. R. 2837): re: "Amending Federal Register Act" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

D. Article: "The Publication of Presidential Orders: A State of Chaos and Confusion" (By: Norman J. Futor, of the Oklahoma Bar).

E. Booklet/Report: "Proposals For Improving The Federal Register And The Code Of Federal Regulations" (By: Norman J. Futor).

F. Memorandum: re: Federal Register Bill (H. R. 2837).

F 49: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Habeas Corpus (H. R. 1835).

A. H. R. 1835: "To amend section 2254 of title 28 of the United States Code in reference to application for writs of habeas corpus by persons in custody pursuant to the judgement of a State court." (Howard W. Smith - Virginia).

B. Report No. 1384 (To accompany H. R. 1835): re: "Habeas Corpus" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 50: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Highway Construction offenses.

A. Correspondence: re: Proposal on a highway program; Federal-Aid Highway Program.

B. Draft/Bill: re: "To provide penalties for certain offenses committed in connection with highway construction."

F 51: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Indigent Defendants (H. R. 7457).

A. H. R. 7457: "To provide legal assistance for indigent defendants in criminal cases in U. S. courts." (Arch A. Moore, Jr. - West Virginia).

B. Report No. 864 (To accompany H. R. 7457): re: "Representation of Indigent Defendants" (Arch A. Moore, Jr. - West Virginia).

C. H. Res. 579: "Providing for consideration of H. R. 7457, a bill to provide legal assistance for indigent defendants in criminal cases in U. S. courts." (Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. - Massachusetts).

D. Washington Letter: re: "House Passes Long-Awaited Indigent Defense Bill" (American Bar Association - January 16 1964).

F 52: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: International Rules of Judicial Procedure, Commission on (H. R. 9436).

A. H. R. 9436: "To amend the act of September 2, 1958, to establish a Commission and Advisory Committee on International Rules of Judicial Procedure, as amended." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 1051 (To accompany H. R. 9436): re: "Commission On International Rules Of Judicial Procedure" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 53: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Music Copyrights (H. R. 7194).

A. H. R. 7194: "To amend the Copyright Act by repealing the jukebox exemption, and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 733 (To accompany H. R. 7194): re: "Providing Royalties For Copyrighted Music Played On Coin-Operated Machines" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 54: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden (S. 1991).

A. S. 1991: "To charter by act of Congress the National Tropical Botanical Garden." (Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii).

B. Report No. 1635 (To accompany S. 1991): re: "Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden" (E. L. Forrester - Georgia).

F 55: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Patent Office fees (H. R. 8190).

A. H. R. 8190: "To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office, and for other purposes." (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

B. Report No. 949 (To accompany H. R. 8190): re: "Patent Office Fees" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 56: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Pay. Washington Letter: re: "Presidential Inability And Succession Receive Priority Attention" and "President Strongly Supports Judicial - Congressional Pay."

F 57: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: Presidential Succession. Consensus: re: "Conference On Presidential Inability and Succession" (American Bar Association).

F 58: Majority Leader Files (1964). Judiciary, Committee on the: School Prayer, etc. Committee Print: "Proposed Amendments To The Constitution Relating To School Prayers, Bible Readings, etc."

F 59: Majority Leader Files ( - ). Judiciary, Committee on the: Supreme Court Widow Annuities.

F 60: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: U. S. Code (H. R. 4897).

A. H. R. 4897: "To repeal subsection (d) of section 2388 of title 18 of the United States Code." (Richard H. Poff - Virginia).

B. Report No. 442 (To accompany H. R. 4897): re: "Repealing Subsection (d) Of Section 2388 Of Title 18 Of The United States Code" (Frank Chelf - Kentucky).

F 61: Majority Leader Files (1963). Judiciary, Committee on the: Veterinary Medicine Week (H. J. Res. 513). H. J. Res. 513: "Authorizing the President to proclaim the week beginning July 28, 1963, as Veterinary Medicine Week." (Graham Purcell - Texas).

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