Committee Reports And Papers X

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Hearings Before the Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives (81st Congress, 1st Session)" {277pp}
    Date: May 24, 25; June 9, 1949
    Report By: Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives
    Content: Testimony of Philip O. Keeney and Mary Jane Keeney and Statement Regarding Their Background

  2. "The Attempted Communist Subversion of Africa Through Nkrumah's Ghana (92nd Congress, 2nd Session)" {in envelope; 215pp}
    Date: May 11, 1972
    Report By: Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and other Internal Security Laws, of the, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate
    Content: Nkrumah's Subversion in Africa; Nkrumah's Deception of Africa; 2 short Letters between Sen. James O. Eastland and the Dep. of State

  3. "S. 2175 - Legislative Retirement, Legislative Employees" {2pp; attached note from Walter L. Reynolds, Chief Clerk -"The attached is submitted to you for your information."}
    Date: ??/??/????
    Report By: Senate Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: Bill Reported by Committee; Senate Action; House Amendment; Members of Congress

  4. "Amending the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as Amended, to Provide for the Payment of Appraisers', Auctioneers', and Brokers' Fees from the Proceeds of Disposal of Government Surplus Real Property, and for other Purposes (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {6pp}
    Date: c. 1954
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Content: Purpose, General Statement, Agency Comments, Conclusion, Changes in Existing Law

  5. "Amending Section 3 of the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as Amended, to Provide an Increased Maximum Per Diem for Subsistence (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {18pp}
    Date: April 7, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Potter, from the Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: Purpose, General Statement, Necessity for Increase in Rate, Cost of the Bill, Summary, Mileage Allowances, Agency Comments

  6. "Amending the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as Amended, to Authorize the Administrator of General Services to Establish and Operate Motor Vehicle Pools and Systems and to Provide Office Furniture and Furnishings when Agencies are Moved to New Locations, to Direct the Administrator to Report the Unauthorized Use of Government Motor Vehicles, and to Authorize the United States Civil Service Commission to Regulate Operators of Government-Owned Motor Vehicles, and for other Purposes (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {2 copies, 17pp}
    Date: May 28, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Hoffman of Michigan, from the Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: Purpose, General Statement, Hearings and Agency Comment, Committee Action, Changes in Original Bill H.R. 8753, Changes in Existing Law

  7. "H.R. 8753 -An Act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, to authorize the Administrator of General Services to establish and operate motor vehicle pools and systems and to provide office furniture and furnishings when agencies are moved to new locations, to direct the Administrator to report the unauthorized use of Government motor vehicles, and to authorize the United States Civil Service Commission to regulate operators of Government-owned motor vehicles, and for other purposes. (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {11 pp}
    Date: June 18, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 8753

  8. "S. 3155 -A Bill to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, to authorize the Administrator of General Services to establish and operate motor-vehicle pools and systems, to direct the Administrator to report the unauthorized use of Government motor vehicles and to authorize the United States Civil Service Commission to regulate operators of Government-owned motor vehicles, and for other purposes (83rd Congress, 2nd session)" {8pp}
    Date: March 19, 1954
    Report By: Senate
    Contents: Bill S. 3155

  9. Memorandum for W. F. Bookwalter, Chief Clerk, Rules and Administration Committee
    Date: December 2, 1954
    Report By: Darrell St. Claire (?)
    Contents: "Chronology of appointments to membership of the Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections, 1952. 1)The following is an extract from hearings on S. Res. 301, before the 'Select Committee to Study Censure Charges, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, Second Session (Part II, pp.8 ).' 2) The following is an extract from the same hearings which have to do with the appearance of the Senate Parliamentarian, Mr. Charles L. Watkins, before the Select Committee to Study Censure Charges on September 17, 1954. (Part I, pp.535, 536, and 537)

  10. Contents of envelope addressed to Senator McCarthy. Note taped to front: "1. Application for Pardon of Eugene V. Debs - S.Doc. 113, 67th Cong, 2d Session"
    Date: Various Dates
    Report By: Senate and House of Representatives
    Contents: Report No. 913: Amendments to the Act of June 8, 1938, as amended, requiring the registration of agents of foreign principals (December 16, 1941); Report No. 2797: Exclusion and Expulsion of Alien Communists (February 20, 1931); Report No. 1227: Amendments to the Act of June 8, 1938, as amended, requiring the registration of agents of foreign principals (March 26, 1942); Report No. 1353: Exclusion and Expulsion of Alien Communists (May 17, 1932); Report No. 645: Exclusion and Expulsion of Anarchists from the United States (June 8, 1918); Report No. 758: To make Certain Organizations Unlawful (August 15, 1918); Report No. 759: To increase temporarily the military establishment of the United States (August 21, 1918); Report No. 1721: Providing punishment for promoting overthrow of government, to require deportation of certain aliens, to provide registration and fingerprinting of aliens (May 29, 1940); Report No. 1796: Prevention of subversive activities and registration of aliens (June 10, 1940); Report No. 167: An address by Hon. Martin J. Wade -Shall we have a school of Americanism? (December 8, 1919); Report No. 176: A message from President Wilson -Conditions in the Ukraine respecting treatment of Jews (January 12, 1920); Report No 70: Prohibiting seditious acts against the government (May 20); Report No. 648: Exclusion of certain undesirable aliens (June 1, 1920); Report No. 650: Protection of maternity and infancy (June 2, 1920); Report No. 504: Exclusion and expulsion of aliens of anarchistic and similar classes (December 16, 1919); Report No. 536: To punish offenses against the existence of the government of the United States (January 12, 1920); Report No. 542: To punish offenses against the existence of the government of the United States (January 14, 1920); Report No. 386: A letter from Attorney General -Bolshevist propaganda in Washington (February 13, 1919); Report No. ???: Letter from the Secretary of the Intelligence -War expenditures under Department of the Interior (February 13, 1919); Doc No. 434: Civil liberty in war time (February 26, 1919); Report No. 808: Exclusion and expulsion of alien communists (June 8, 1932); Report No. 902: Amending the act requiring registration of agents of foreign principals (July 24, 1939); Report No. 1154: Suppression of certain subversive activities (August 5, 1939)

  11. "The United States of America Petitioner v. Edward A. Rumely"
    Date: March 9, 1953
    Report By: Supreme Court of the United States
    Contents: No. 87 -October term, 1952: On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Mr. Justice Frankfurter delivered the opinion of the Court.

  12. "S. 2246 -A Bill to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon the claims of Gubbins and Company, of Lima, Peru, and Reynaldo Gubbins (85th Congress, 1st Session)" {2pp}
    Date: June 10, 1957
    Report By: Senate
    Contents: Bill S. 2246

  13. "S. 3709 -A Bill to provide for the conveyance of certain real property to the town of Beaufort, North Carolina (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {3pp}
    Date: July 7, 1954
    Report By: Senate
    Contents: Bill S. 3709

  14. "H.R. 5605 -Amendments intended to be proposed by Mr. ??? to the bill (H.R. 5605) to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to provide for payment of taxes or payment in lieu of taxes with respect to real property transferred from Government corporations, to other agencies of the Federal Government, viz: Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert in lieu thereof the following: (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {6pp}
    Date: July 3, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Amendments H.R. 5606

  15. "H.R. 179 -An Act to amend section 7 of the Administrative Expense Act of 1946, as amended (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {3pp}
    Date: July 9,1946
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 179

  16. "S. 2776 -A Bill to preserve the family farm (84th Congress, 2nd Session)" {5pp}
    Date: January 5, 1956
    Report By: Senate
    Contents: Bill S. 2776

  17. "H.R. 6658 -An Act to provide for the conveyance of certain lands by the United States to the county of Cumberland, State of North Carolina, without remuneration (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {3pp}
    Date: July 7, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 6658

  18. "H.R. 5605 [Committee Print No. 2] -Amendments intended to be proposed by Mr. ??? to the bill (H.R. 5606) to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to provide for payment of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes with respect to real property transferred from Government corporations, to other agencies of the Federal Government, viz: Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert in lieu thereof the following: (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {7pp}
    Date: June 23, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Amendments H.R. 5605

  19. "H.R. 5605 [Committee Print No. 1] -Amendments intended to be proposed by Mr. ??? to the bill (H.R. 5606) to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to provide for payment of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes with respect to real property transferred from Government corporations, to other agencies of the Federal Government, viz: Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert in lieu thereof the following: (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {6pp}
    Date: July 3, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Amendments H.R. 5605

  20. "H.R. 6290 -An Act to discontinue certain reports now required by law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {9pp}
    Date: April 27, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 6290

  21. "H.R. 6290 -An Act to discontinue certain reports now required by law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {9pp}
    Date: April 27, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 6290

  22. "H.R. 6290 -An Act to discontinue certain reports now required by law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {9pp}
    Date: April 27, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 6290

  23. "H.R. 6290 -An Act to discontinue certain reports now required by law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {9pp}
    Date: April 27, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: Act H.R. 6290

  24. "H.R. 8020 -An Act authorizing the transfer of certain property of the United States Government (in Klamath County, Oregon) to the State of Oregon (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {4pp}
    Date: July 9, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: H.R. 8020

  25. "H.R. 8501 -An Act to provide for the conveyance of certain land in Sumter County, Georgia, to the American and Sumter County Chamber of Commerce (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {3pp}
    Date: June 16, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: H.R. 8501

  26. "H.R. 8753 -An Act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, to authorize the Administrator of General Services to establish and operate motor vehicle pools and systems and to provide office furniture and furnishings when agencies are moved to new locations, to direct the Administrator to report the unauthorized use of Government motor vehicles, and to authorize the United States Civil Service Commission to regulate operators of Government-owned motor vehicles, and for other purposes (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)" {12pp}
    Date: July 16, 1954
    Report By: House of Representatives
    Contents: H.R. 8753

  27. "S. 1538 -A Bill to provide for the adjustment of the legislative jurisdiction exercised by the United States over land in the several States used for Federal purposes. (85th Congress, 1st Session)" {8pp}
    Date: June ??, 1957
    Report By: Senate
    Contents: S. 1538

  28. "Discontinuing Certain Reports Now Required by Law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: ??
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The purpose of this bill, as amended, is to discontinue 34 statutory requirements for the submission to the Congress of reports which may be discontinued without detriment to the public service. These reports have been outmoded,have been superseded by other reports, or contain detailed information which is costly to report and which is available to the Congress at any time from the records of the particular department or agency."

  29. "House Report No. 1193: Discontinuing Certain Reports Now Required by Law (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: February 8, 1954
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "It is the purpose of the bill to authorize the discontinuance of 34 reports or statements now required by law of the various departments and agencies in the executive branch of the Government and to repeal the acts, or parts of acts, requiring the submission of such reports or statements to the extent of such requirements."

  30. "Report No. 1889: Providing for the Conveyance of Certain Lands by the United States to the County of Cumberland, State of North Carolina, Without Remuneration (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: June 18, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Hoffman of Michigan, Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The purpose of the bill is to authorize and direct the Administrator of General Services to convey by deed to the county of Cumberland, State of North Carolina, without remuneration, all the right, title, and interest of the United States in and to that tract of land situated in Carvers Creek Township, Cumberland County, N.C., described in the bill and containing 57.8 acres, more or less."

  31. "Report No. 2097: Authorizing the Transfer of Certain Property of the United States Government (in Klamath County, Oreg.) to the State of Oregon (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: July 8, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Hoffman of Michigan, Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The purpose of the bill is to authorize the transfer by General Services Administration of certain property of the United States in Klamath County, Oreg., therein described, to the State of Oregon, with the provision that is shall be used primarily for training of the National Guard or Air National Guard and for other military purposes.."

  32. "Report No. 1791: Providing for the Conveyance of Certain Land in Sumter County, GA., to the Americus and Sumter County Chamber of Commerce (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: June 10, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Hoffman of Michigan, Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The purpose of the bill is to authorize and direct the Administrator of General Services to convey to the Americus and Sumter County Chamber of Commerce, a corporation, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to land describing in section 2 of the bill, in the United States for $1 by the owner who had been compensated therefor by the Americus and Sumter County Chamber of Commerce in the amount of approximately $2,500."

  33. "H.R. 8753 -An Act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, to authorize the administrator of general services to establish and operate motor vehicle pools and systems and to provide office furniture and furnishings when agencies are moved to new locations, to direct the administrator to report the unauthorized use of government motor vehicles, and to authorize the United States Civil Service Commission to regulate operators of government-owned motor vehicles, and for other purposes (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: ??, 1954
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: H.R. 8753

  34. "Report No. 2096: Amending Section 7 of the Administrative Expense Act of 1946, as Amended (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: July 8, 1954
    Report By: Mr. Hoffman of Michigan, Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The purpose of the bill (H.R. 179) is to authorize the payment of expenses of round-trip travel and transportation for civilian Government employees and their families between tours of duty overseas for the purpose of taking leave; to authorize the payment of expenses of the return to the United States, including Territories and possessions, of the immediate family and effects of an employee prior to his return, when he has acquired eligibility for such transportation when public interest requires the return of of the immediate family..."

  35. "Payments in Lieu of Taxes to States or Local Taxing Units (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: July 10, 1954
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: Bundle of four packets of H.R.5605 -"An Act to amend the federal property and administrative services act of 1949 to provide for payment of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes with respect to real property transferred from government corporations to other agencies of the Federal Government."

  36. "Amending Section 7 of the Administrative Expense Act of 1946, as Amended (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: ??
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: "The bill would grant authority to pay travel expenses of certain civilian employees stationed overseas and of their immediate families in connection with taking periodic leaves of absence in the United States."

  37. "Authorizing the Administrator of General Services to Establish, Maintain, and Operate Centralized Motor Vehicle Pools and Systems (83rd Congress, 2nd Session)"
    Date: ??
    Report By: Committee on Government Operations
    Contents: Bundle of two reports. "The purpose of this bill is to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, in order to accomplish five principal objectives:..."


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