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JANUARY 8, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. JARMAN, from the Committee on Printing, submitted the following

REPORT

(To accompany H. Res. 42]

The Committee on Printing, to whom was referred the resolution (H. Res. 42) authorizing that the report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated November 3, 1941, submitting a review of reports on Redwood Creek, Calif., and subsequent correspondence in relation thereto, be printed, with an illustration, as a House document, having considered the same, report favorably thereon without amendment and recommend that the resolution do pass.

On February 11, 1942, the Secretary of War transmitted a report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated November 3, 1941, together with accompanying papers and illustrations submitting a review of reports of Redwood Creek, Calif., requested by a resolution of the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Representatives, adopted on June 10, 1941. Accompanying this letter of transmittal was a memorandum to the Speaker of the House of Representatives requesting that, as the accompanying report contains information affecting the national defense of the United States, it be read only in executive session and that it be not printed during the emergency. This request was complied with and the report was referred to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors without printing.

On November 10, 1944, the Secretary of War transmitted another letter to the Speaker of the House, which was referred to the Committee on Printing, advising that the confidential classification which accompanied the first letter of the Secretary of War has been removed and that there is no longer any objection to the printing of the aforesaid letter and report as a House document.

The purpose of this resolution is to comply with the suggestion of the Secretary of War and print the entire correspondence as a House document, which the Public Printer estimates will cost approximately $250.39.

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79TH CONGRESS | HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1st Session

CLEVELAND HARBOR, OHIO

JANUARY 8, 1945.- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. JARMAN, from the Committee on Printing, submitted the following

REPORT

[To accompany H. Res. 43)

The Committee on Printing, to whom was referred the resolution (H. Res. 43) authorizing that the report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated February 14, 1942, submitting a review of reports of the Cleveland Harbor, Ohio, and subsequent correspondence in relation thereto, be printed with an illustration, as a House document, having considered the same, report favorably thereon without amendment and recommend that the resolution do pass.

On May 2, 1942, the Secretary of War transmitted a report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated February 14, 1942, together with accompanying papers and an illustration submitting a review of reports of the Cleveland Harbor, Ohio, requested by a resolution of the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Representatives, adopted on June 17, 1941. Accompanying this letter of transmittal was a memorandum to the Speaker of the House of Representatives requesting that, as the accompanying report contains information affecting the national defense of the United States, it be read only in executive session and that it not be printed during the emergency. This request was complied with and the report was referred to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors without printing.

On November 10, 1944, the Secretary of War transmitted another letter to the Speaker of the House, which was referred to the Committee on Printing, advising that the confidential classification which accompanied the first letter of the Secretary of War has been removed and that there is no longer any objection to the printing of the aforesaid letter and report as a House document.

The purpose of this resolution is to comply with the suggestion of the Secretary of War and print the entire correspondence as a House document, which the Public Printer estimates will cost approximately $371.45.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

79TH CONGRESS

1st Session

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REPORT

No. 8

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY FROM MOBILE, ALA., TO

NEW ORLEANS, LA., INCLUDING THE VIOLET CANAL ROUTE, LOUISIANA

JANUARY 8, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. JARMAN, from the Committee on Printing, submitted the following

REPORT

[To accompany H. Res. 44)

The Committee on Printing, to whom was referred the resolution (H. Res. 44) authorizing that the report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated April 27, 1942, submitting a review of reports on the Intracoastal Waterway from Mobile, Ala., to New Orleans, La., including the Violet Canal route, Louisiana, and subsequent correspondence in relation thereto, be printed, with illustrations, as a House document, having considered the same, report favorably thereon without amendment and recommend that the resolution do pass.

On May 19, 1942, the Secretary of War transmitted a report from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated April 27, 1942, together with accompanying papers and illustrations submitting a review of reports on the Intracoastal Waterway from Mobile, Ala., to New Orleans, La., including the Violet Canal route, Louisiana, requested by resolutions of the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Representatives, adopted on May 12, 1938, and January 24, 1939, and also authorized by the River and Habor Act approved on June 20, 1938. Accompanying this letter of transmittal was a memorandum to the Speaker of the House of Representatives requesting that, as the accompanying report contains information affecting the national defense of the United States, it be read only in executive session and that it not be printed during the emergency. This request was complied with, and the report was referred to tlie Committee on Rivers and Harbors without printing.

On November 10, 1944, the Secretary of War transmitted another letter to the Speaker of the House, which was referred to the Committee on Printing, advising that the confidential classification which accompanied the first letter of the Secretary of War has been removed and that there is no longer any objection to the printing of the aforesaid letter and report as a House document.

The purpose of this resolution is to comply with the suggestion of the Secretary of War and print the entire correspondence as a House document, which the Public Printer estimates will cost approximately $392.18.

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CONGRESS

AUTHORIZING THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS TO CONDUCT STUDIES AND EXAMINATIONS OF EXECUTIVE AGENCIES TO ASSIST IT IN THE DETERMINATION OF MATTERS WITHIN ITS JURISDICTION

JANUARY 8, 1945.- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. SABATH, from the Committee on Rules, submitted the following

REPORT

(To accompany H. Res. 50)

The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House Resolution 50, reports the same to the House with the recommendation that the resolution do pass.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

79TH CONGRESS

1st Session

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REPORT
No. 10

GRANTING 6 MONTHS' SALARY AND $250 FUNERAL EXPENSES TO ELIZABETH T. RABBITT, WIDOW OF FRANK O. RABBITT, LATE AN EMPLOYEE OF THE HOUSE

JANUARY 10, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. COCHRAN, from the Committee on Accounts, submitted the

following

REPORT

(To accompany H. Res. 71)

The Committee on Accounts, to whom was referred the resolution (H. Res. 71) granting 6 months' salary and $250 funeral expenses to Elizabeth T. Rabbitt, widow of Frank O. Rabbitt, late an employee of the House, having considered the same, report favorably thereon without amendment and recommend that the resolution do pass.

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