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LI6I— O-1096


Monthly Catalog

issue;d by t)he

Superintendent of Documents






Government Publications


N-19. N-23.


R-5. S-9.

T-1. T-2.

07-dnance provision system Continued.

3-2. Cutting, boring and tweezer tools. Changes 2; Mar. 24, 1943. 2 p. [Supersedes

Changes 1, Feb. 27, 1943.] W 34.2?$ : J-2/ch.2

[Targets and target equipment] small arms; Mar. 11, 1943. 71 p. 11. [Super- sedes SNL L-l, Mar. 28, 1939, and all changes thereto.] W 34.23 : L-1/4 Tool-sets, motor transport, Changes 2 ; Apr. 19, 1943. 1 p. W 34.23 : N-19/ch. 2 Tool-set, unit equipment, special for posts, camps and stations ; Mar. 4, 1943.

13 p. [Supersedes SNL N-17, Oct. 1, 1942, and Changes 1, Feb. 23. 1943.]

W 34 23 N— 23

Same, Changes 1 ; Apr. 12, 1943. 1 p. W 34.23 : N-23/ch. 1

N-217. Tools and supplies for ordnance antiaircraft maintenance company ; Apr. 17,

1943. 26 p. [Tentative.] W 34.23 : N-217

Fuzes, primers, blank ammunition, and miscellaneous items for antiaircraft,

harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery, pt. 1. Changes 3 ; July

1,1943. 1 p. W 34.23 :P-7/7/pt.l/ch.3

Ammunition, blank, for pack, light, and medium field artillery, Changes 2 ;

Jan. 1, 1943. 2 p. W 34.23 : R-5/13/ch.2

Rockets, all types, and components ; Mar. 22, 1943. 8 p. [Supersedes SNL S-9,

Jan. 1, 1943.] W 34.23 : S-9/2

Same; Apr. 17, 1943. 8 p. [Supersedes SNL S-9, Mar. 22, 1943.]

W 34.23 : S-9/3 Ammunition, rifle, carbine, and automatic gun, pt. 1, Changes 2 ; Mar. 18. 1943.

2 p. W 34.23 : T-l/14/pt.l/ch.2

Ammunition, revolver, automatic pistol, and submachine gun. Changes 5 ; Mar.

19, 1943. 2 p. W 34.23 : T-2/10/ch.5

Ordnance provision system : Schedule of stores reports for group P ; Apr.

5, 1943. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] 3 p. [Processed. Issued with perforations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports for Group P, July 1, 1942.] t W 34.23 :P/5

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group R ; Apr. 5, 1943. [Publications

Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] [2] p. [Processed. Issued with perfo- rations. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports for Group R, July 1, 1942.] %

W 34.23 : R/6

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group S ; Apr. 5, 1943. [Publications

Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] 2 p. [Processed. Issued with perfora- tions. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports for Group S, July 1, 1942.] %

W 34.23:8/7

Same : Schedule of stores reports for Group T ; Apr. 5, 1943. [Publications

Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] 2 p. [Processed. Issued with perfora- tions. Supersedes Schedule of stores reports for Group T, July 1, 1942.] %

W 34.23 :T/4

Ordnance storage and shipment chart, Group P ; Mar. 15, 1943. [Publications Department, Raritan Arsenal, 1943.] cover title, 176 p. il. [Processed. Su- persedes Ordnance storage and shipment chart P, Jan. 1, 1942. At head of title: Ordnance field service.] % W 34.88 :P/2


Quartermaster library record, selected list of new books added to library, v. 3, no. 18-22; May 3-31, 1943. [1943.] p. 35-44, 4* [Weekly. Processed. Is- sued in loose-leaf form.] t L. C. card 41-51380 W 77.34 : 3/1&-22


\nal Corps lil)rary record, selected list of new books added to librai'y. v. 1, \ 22-26; May 3-31, 1943. [1943.] p. 45-54, [Weekly. Processed. Is- ^d in loose-leaf form] f W 42.39 : 1/22-26


rt 1-3 for logg<^rs and millmen. [1943.] Each [2] p. il.

W 107.9 : 1-3

Sent to Depository Libraries



Monthly Catalog


Superintendent of Documents

NO. 582 JULY 1943










Abbreviations, Explanation iv

Alphabetical List of Government

Authors V

General Information 793

Notes of General Interest 796

Corrections for Previous Monthly

Catalogs 797

New Classification Numbers, etc 799

Congressional Set 800

Monthly Catalog 801


Amendment, amendments amdt., amdts.

Appendix app.

Article, articles art.

Chapter, chapters ...chap.

Congress.-... Cong.

Department— Dept.

Document— ..doc.

Facsimile, facsimiles.. ..facsim.

Folio fe

House H.

House bill H. R.

House concurrent resolution H. Con. Res.

House document H. doc.

House executive document. H. ex. doc.

House Joint resolution H. J. Res.

House report H. rp.

House resolution (simple) H. Res.

Illustration, illustrations 11.

Inch, inches in.

Latitude lat.

Longitude. long.

Mile, miles m.

Nautical mile naut. m.

No date. n. d.

No place n. p.

Number, numbers .no., nos.

Octavo. 8"

Page, pages p.

Part, parts pt., pts.

Plate, plates ....pi.

Portrait, portraits per.


Report ...rp.

Saint Bt.

Section, sections sec

Senate, Senate bill... 8.

Senate concurrent resolution S. Con. Res.

Senate document S. doo.

Senate executive document S. ex. doc.

Senate Joint resolution S. J. Res.

Senate report S. rp.

Senate resolution (simple) S. Res.

Session, sessions ses§.

Sixteenmo l?o.

Statutes at large. Stat. L.

Supplement, supplements supp., supps.

Table, tables...

Tax Appeals Board.. B. T. A."

Tax Court T. C.

Thirty-twomo 32o.

Treasury Treas.

Twelvemo 12«

Twenty-fourmc. 24*

Versus vi.,t.

Volume, volumes v.

Yard, yards yd., yds;

Year yrj


Words and figures enclosed in brackets [ ] are given for information, but do not appear on the title pages of the publications cataloged. When place and printer are not given, It is to be understood that the publication is printed at the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C; if processed, publisher is issuing office. When size is not given, octavo is to be understood. Size of maps is approximate, measurement being made from outer edge of border, excluding margin. The dates, including day, month, and year, given with Senate and House documents and reports are the dates on which they were ordered to be printed. Usually the printing promptly follows the ordering, but various causes sometimes make delays.

The word "processed" as used in this catalog indicates publications which are reproduced by duplicating processes other than ordinary printing, e. g., mimeo- graph, multigraph, planograph, rotaprint, multilith. Processed publications are not obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents and requests for them. If they are available, should be addressed to the issuing office.

Under provisions of the Printing Act of January 12, 1895, all Government publi- cations are entered in the Monthly Catalog. However, press releases and admin- istrative, regional, and confidential publications are omitted.

The L. C. card number appended to some of the entries is for those librariei ordering printed cards from the Library of Congress. The number at the ex- treme right of an entry indicates the classification of the publication in the Office of the Superintendent of Documents.


Alphabetical List of Government Authors


Accounts Committee, House __ 825

Adjutant General's Department 908

Administrative OflSce of United States Courts 801

Aeronautics Bureau 876

Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry Bureau 803

Agricultural Economics Bureau 802

Agricultural Marketing Administration 803

Agricultural Research Administration 803

Agriculture and Forestry Committee, Senate 836

Agriculture Committee, House 825

Agriculture Department- 801

Alaska Road Commission 857

American Mexican Claims Commission 890

American Small Business, Special Committee to Study Problems of.

Senate 836

Animal Industry Bureau 804

Appropriations Committee, House 825

Appropriations Committee, Senate 836

Army Air Forces 908

Army Service Forces 908

Banking and Currency Committee, House 826

Banking and Currency Committee, Senate 837

Bibliography Division 872

Bituminous Coal Division 752

Bonneville Power Administration 853

Budget Bureau 881

Census Bureau 813

Children's Bureau 869

Civil Aeronautics Administration 816

Civil Aeronautics Authority i 816

Civil Aeronautics Board 817

Civil Service Commission 813

Civil Service Committee, House 826

Civil Service Committee, Senate 838

Civilian Defense Office 882

Claims Committee, House 826

Claims Committee, Senate 838

Coast and Geodetic Survey 817

Coast Guard 876

Coinage, Weights, and Measures Committee, House 827

Commerce Committee, Senate 839

Commerce Department 813

Conference Committees 822

Congress 820


Yi Government Publications


Coordinator of Inter- American Affairs Office 882

Copyright Office 872

Court of Claims 845

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 846

Dairy Industry Bureau 804

Defense Health and Welfare Services Office 882

District of Columbia Committee, House 827

Documents Division ~ 872

Documents Office 852

Economic Warfare Board 846

Education and Labor Committee, Senate 839

Education Office 848

Emergency Boards (National Railway Labor Panel) : 846

Emergency Management Office 882

Employees' Compensation Commission 847

Employment Security Bureau 850

Engineer Department 919

Entomology and Plant ^Quarantine Bureau 804

Executive Papers, Committee on Disposition of, House 827

Executive Papers, Joint Committee on Disposition of 823

Expenditures in Executive Departments Committee, House 828

Experiment Stations Office 805

Exports Office 846

Extension Service 810

Farm Credit Administration : 807

Federal Communications Commission 1 847

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 847

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration 874

Federal Power Commission 847

Federal Public Housing Authority 874

Federal Register Division 873

Federal Reserve System Board of Governors 848

Federal Security Agency 848

Federal Standard Stock Catalog Division 898

Federal Trade Commission 851

Federal Works Agency 851

Finance Committee, Senate 840

Finance Department 913

Fiscal Service 897

Fish and Wildlife Service 853

Flood Control Committee, House 828

Food and Drug Administration 849

Food Distribution Administration 810

Food Production Administration 811

Foreign Affairs Committee, House 828

Foreign Agricultural Relations Office 807

Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bureau 817

Foreign Funds Control 897

Foreign Relations Committee, Senate 840

Forest Service 807

General Accounting Office 851

Geological Survey 853

July 1943 vn


Government Printing Office 851

House of Representatives 824

Human Nutrition and Home Economics Bureau 805

Hydrographic Office 876

Immigration and Naturalization Committee, House 828

Immigration and Naturalization Service 869

Indian ,\fFairs Committee, House 828

Indian Affairs Committee, Senate 840

Indian Affairs Office 854

Information Office 808

Interior Department 852

Internal Revenue Bureau 897

Interoceanic Canals Committee, Senate 841

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, House 828

Interstate Commerce Commission 858'

Irrigation and Reclamation Committee, House 829

Judge Advocate General's Department 913

Judiciary Committee, House 829

Judiciary Committee, Senate 841

Just ice Department 863

Labor Department 869

Labor Standards Division _ _ 869

Labor Statistics Bureau 869

Legislative Reference Service 873

Lend-Lease Administration Office 883

Library Committee, House 829

Library of Congress 872

Library of Department of Agriculture 809

Medical Department 914

Medicine and Surgery Bureau 876

Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, House 829

Military Affairs Committee, House 831

Military Affairs Committee, Senate 842

Mines Bureau 854

Music Division . 873

Narcotics Bureau 898

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 873

National Archives 873

National Bureau of Standards 818

National Defense Program, Special Committee Investigating, Senate. _ 842

National Housing Agency 874

National Labor Relations Board 874

National Mediation Board 875

National Park Service 857

National Patent Planning Commission 875

National Resources Planning Board 888

Nautical Almanac Office 877

Naval Affairs Committee, House 832

Naval Affairs Committee, Senate 842

Naval Operations Office 876

Naval Personnel Bureau 877

Navy Department 875

vm Government Publications


Ordnance Department 914

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 878

Pan American Union 878

Patent Office 819

Petroleum Administration for War 888

Petroleum Coordinator for War Office 857

Plant Industry-, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering Bureau 806

Post Office and Post Roads Committee, House 843

Post Office Department 879

Post Offices and Post Roads Committee, Senate 843

President of United States 880

Price Administration Office 883

Printing Committee, House 834

Printing Joint Committee 835

Procurement and Material Office 879

Procurement Division 898

Public Assistance Bureau 850

Public Buildings and Grounds Committee, House 834

Public Debt Bureau 897

Public Health Service 849

Public Lands and Surveys Committee, Senate 844

Public Relations Office 877

PubUc Roads Administration 851

Puerto Rico 857

Quartermaster General of Army 918

Railway Mail Service 879

Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures Joint Committee 836

Rivers and Harbors Committee, House 834

Roads Committee, House 835

Rules Committee, House 835

Rural Electrification Administration 809

Securities and Exchange Commission 888

Senate .' 836

Ships Bureau 877

Signal Office , 918

Smithsonian Institution 888

Social Security Board 850

Solicitor, Labor Department 871

Special Service Division 918

State Department 889

State Law Index 873

Supplies and Accounts Bureau 877

Supreme Court 890

Tarifif Commission 892

Tax Court 892

Tennessee Valley Authority ; 896

Territories and Insular Affairs Committee, Senate 844

Territories and Island Possessions Division 857

Topography Division 879

Treasurer of United States 897

Treasury Department 896

Union Catalog 873

Veterans Administration 901

July 1943 ix


Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions 872

War Department 902

War Food Administration _ 810

War Information Office-.. 885

War Manpower Commission 885

War Production Board 887

War Relocation Authority . 887

War Shipping Administration 887

Ways and Means Committee, House 835

Weather Bureau 820

Women's Bureau 872

Work Projects Administration 851

World War Veterans' Legislation Committee, House 835

General Information

The Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, is authorized by law to sell copies of Government publications and to allow a discount of 25 percent to book dealers and quantity purchasers on condition that the purchasers will adhere to the public sales price set by the Superintendent of Documents and that publications shall not be ovei'prlnted with any advertising matter.

Publications cannot be supplied free to individuals nor forwarded in advance of payment.

The sales stock, which amounts to more than 8 million, includes approximately 65,000 different titles. Many rare books are included, but under the law all must be sold regardless of their age or scarcity. Many of the books have been in stock some time, and are apt to be shopworn. In filling orders the best copy available is sent.


A general price list of public documents is not available, but numerous lists have been prepared on special subjects and any of these will be furnished free, on application, if the person interested will state the subject or subjects concern- ing which information is desired. It will also be noted that current publications which are for sale are listed in this catalog.


In addition to the price lists, the Documents OflSce issues a semimonthly List of selected United States Government publications for sale by the Superintendent of Documents. Each list is arranged alphabetically by subjects, with annotations and prices, and may be obtained free upon application to the Superintendent of Documents.


More than 12,000 different bills are usually introduced during a session of Congress, and there are additional prints on many during the progress of the legis- lation. With the exception of a very few such as revenue bills the demand is an unknown quantity and on most of them we receive no orders, which makes it Impossible to print a sales supply. It may be that a copy could be obtained from your Congressman.

A difficult problem is also presented in providing a supply of congressional documents and reports because there are usually more than 6,000 of this class of publications issued during a Congress and only a few of them are called for. We will attempt to print for sale a few of the more important ones, but if not priced the only possible source would be from your Congressman.


Publications entered in this catalog that are for sale by the Superintendent of Documents are indicated by a star (*) preceding the price. A dagger (t) Indicates that application should be made to the department, bureau, or division


794 Government Publications

issuing the document. A double dagger (t) indicates that the document Is printed for official use and is not obtainable. Whenever additional information concerning the method of procuring a document seems necessary, it will be found under the name of the bureau by which it was published.

In ordering a publication from the Superintendent of Documents, give (if known ) the name of the publishing department, bureau or division, and the title, together with the classification number which is added to the entry at the extreme right ; order the congressional documents and reports by the title, together with the document or rei)ort number and the Congress and session, e. g., H. doc. 31, 78-1.

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For the convenience of the general public, coupons in the denomination of 5o that are good until used in exchange for Government publications sold by the Superintendent of Documents may be purchased from his oflSce. Address order to Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C,

No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to points in United States and possessions, or to Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Newfoundland (including Labrador), and certain Central and South American countries. To other coun- tries the regular rate of postage is charged, and remittances must cover such post- age. In computing foreign postage, add one-third of the price of the publication.


The number given at the extreme right of each entry (except for congres- sional documents^ and reports) is the classification number by which the pub- lication is arranged in the Library and in the sales stock of the Office of the Superintendent of Documents. It can be used as a classification number by such libraries as are using, for the departmental publications, the arrangement of public documents advocated in the Check list of United States public docu- ments, 1789-1909. In using this number as a classification number in a library. It shjould be noted that the shilling mark (/) is used to separate what would ordinarily be a superior or inferior number (the numbers immediately following the line) from the main classification number, it not being practicable to print these numbers as superiors or Inferiors in the Monthly catalog.


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July 1943 795


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An Index to the Monthly catalog will be issued at the end of the calendar year. This will contain index entries for all the numbers issued from January to December, and can be bound with the numbers as an index to the volume. Persons desiring to bind the catalog at the end of the year should be careful to retain the numbers received monthly, as duplicate copies cannot be supplied..

Notes of General Interest

National Patent Planning Commission

The National Patent Planning Commission was established under the pro- visions of Executive order 8977, dated Dec. 12, 1941. The Commission is author- ized, in conjunction with the Department of Commerce to conduct a comprehensive survey and study of the American patent system, to consider whether the system now provides the maximum service in stimulating the inventive genius of our people in evolving inventions and in furthering their prompt utilization for the public good, and to consider also various questions of policy in the field of patents.

Petroleum Administration for War

The President, by Executive order 9276, dated Dec. 2, 1942, established the Petroleum Administration for War, in order to coordinate and centralize the war policies and actions of the Government relating to petroleum with a view toward providing adequate supplies of petroleum for the successful prosecution of the war and for other essential purposes. The order abolished the Office of the Petroleum Coordinator for War and transferred to the new Administration all its records, personnel, property, and funds.

Public Relations Office, Navy Department

The Office of Public Relations was established, effective May 1, 1941, as an independent oflSce directly under the Secretary of the Navy. The Ofllce has been expanded and developed to meet wartime needs.

Superintendent of Documents Office Classification for Publications of 16th Census of United States, 1940

C3.940-1 C3.940-2 C3.940-3 C3. 940-4 C3.94Q-5 C3. 940-5" C3. 940-6: C3.940-7: C3.940-8: 03. 940-9: C3.940-10: C3.940-11: C3.940-12: C3.940-13: C3.940-132 C3.940-14: C3. 940-1 5: 796


(CT) :(CT) (CT) (CT)

(CT) (CT) : (CT) : (CT) : (CT) : (CT) 2; (CT) :(CT) : (CT)

Annual reports. (Reserved.)

General publications.

Bulletins. (Reserved.)

Circulars. (Reserved.)

Final reports.

Final reports (separates)..

Regulations, rules and instructions.

Posters & maps.


Irrigation of agricultural lands.

Drainage of agricultural lands (by States) .

Service establishments (by States).

Mineral industries, 1939.

Population, 1st series (by States).

Population, 2d series (by States).

Agriculture, 1st series (by States).

Agriculture, 2d series (by States).

July 1943







C3. 940-21:


C3. 940-23:





C3. 940-28:


C3. 940-30:






C3. 940-36:



C3. 940-38:


(CT) (CT) (CT) (CT)

(CT) (CT) (CT) (CT) (CT) (CT)


(CT) (CT) (CT) (CT) (CT)

(CT) (CT) (CT) (CT)

Agriculture, 3d series (by States).

Territories and possessions reports (individual reports;.

Manufactures, 1939 (by industries).

Manufactures, 1939: State series.


Business, Census of, 1939 (miscellaneous).

Business, Census of, 1939: Retail trade (miscellaneous).

Business, Census of, 1939: Retail trade (by States).

Business, Census of, 1939: Retail trade. Commodity sales.

Business, Census of, 1939: Wholesale trade (by States).

Business, Census of, 1939: Wholesale trade (miscellaneous).


Business, Census of, 1939: Construction (by States).


Housing, 1st series (by States).

Housing, supplement to 1st series: Housing bulletins.

Housing, 2d series (by States).

Housing, 3d series (by States).

Housing, 4th series (by States).



Population, 3d series (by States).

Population, 4th series (by States).

Population and housing.

Population, outlying possessions.

Corrections for Previous Monthly Catalogs

April 1943. On page 393, under heading "Gongressional Set", change last line to read "No. 291, 77th Congress, 2d session. Item 279" ; on page 455, under subhead "Decisions", 2d entry, 1st line, change "May-Sept. 1942" to i-ead "May- Sept. [Mar.- June] 1942".

May 1943. On page 598, under subhead "Water heaters", change 3d line to read "24143.) [From V. 2.55.] *Paper, 5c. IC 1.6/la : 24143".

June 1943. On page 698 under center head "Banking and Currency Committee, House", the 1st entry, with subhead "Calendars" should be transferred to page 710, as 1st entry under center head "Banking and Currency Committee, Senate" ; on page 722, under subhead "Medical care", 4th line, change "$" to read "f".

New Classification Numbers

Information Office, Agriculture Department.

A21.18:nos Food information series.

Food Distribution Administration.

A78.16:nos Meat Inspection D i v i s i o«n memoranflums.

[Processed and printed.] War Food Administration.

Food Distribution Administration.

A 80.116 :«os Marketing orders.

Note. See, for earlier issues, A 75.20 : (nos.).

A80.117:nos [Sugar determination.]

Note. See, for earlier issues, A 55.37 : (nos.) and A 76.307 : (nos.). Commodity Credit Corporation.

A 80.406 : CT Regulations, rules, and instructions.

Note. See. for earlier issues, A 71.6 : (CT). Bitimiinous Coal Division.

I 46.16 : T.nos Decisions and orders.

Administrative Office of United States Courts.

Ju 10.9: date Bankruptcy statistics, Tables of. [Proc]

Labor Statistics Bureau.

L2.16: nos Industrial area studies. [Proc]

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions.

L 22.9 : pt.nos Wage order.

Note. See, for earlier issues, L 20.8 : (pt. nos.). Legislative Reference Service.

LC 14.12: nos Bibliographies of the world at war. [Proc]

Naval Personnel Bureau. N 17.27" : or Bureau of Naval Personnel information bulle- tins (separates). Aeronautics Bureau.

N 28. 14 : nos Aerology series.

N 28.15 :CT Basic tables of commissioning allowances.

[Printed and processed.] Public Relations Office.

N31.1: date Annual reports.

N 31.2 : CT General publications.

Federal Public Housing Authority.

NHA4.6:CT Regulations, rules, and instructions.

Note. Includes handbooks aud manuals. Emergency Management Office. War Production Board.

Pr 32.4818 : nos Leaflets.

Lotd-Lcase Admiuistration Office.

Pr 32.5501 : date Annual reports.

Pr 32.5502 :CT General publications.

Foreign Fluids Control.

T (55.7 : nos Public circulars.

Note. See, for earlier issues, T 1.33 : (nos.). Army Service Forces.

Command and General Staff School. Fort Leav- enworth, Kans.

W 28.11': nos Programs and schedules. Services of Supply

staff course. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, House. Y 4.M 53 : date & nos [Committee documents (ninnbered).]


538716—43—582 2

800 Government Publications

Note. The following publications have been discontinued : Census Bureau, Fats and oils subjected to sulphonation (0 3.124: date) ; Civil Service Commis- sion, Recruiting circulars, 4th civil service district (CS 1.35: nbs.) ; Public Roads Administration, Increase or decrease in traffic volume at automatic traffic recorder stations ( : date) ; Housing Authority, Bulletins on policy and procedure (FW3.9: nos.) ; Work Projects Administration, Operating procedure memoran- dum (FW4.8: uos.) ; Work Projects Administration, General letters (FW 4.12: nos.); Work Projects Administration, Information Service letters (FW4.15: nos.) ; Defense Health and Welfare Services Office, Family security bulletins (Pr 32.4510: nos.) ; War Manpower Commission, Occupational bulletins of Selec- tive Service System (Pr 32.5278: nos.).

Congressional Set

Note. The bound volumes of congressional documents and reports are not listed in the Monthly catalogs, since the publications contained therein have been previously entered separately :

The following bound volumes were sent to Depository Libraries during the month of June 1943 :

Senate Journal Journal of Senate, 2d session of 77th Con- gress. • House Journal Journal of House of Representatives, 77th Con- gress, 2d session.

House Documents . No. 654, 77th Congress, 2d session. ® Item

293 No. 887, 77th Congress, 2d session. Item 293

Monthly Catalog

NO. 582 JULY 1943


Bankruptcy. Tables of bankruptcy statistics, with reference to bankruptcy cases commenced and terminated in LUstrict Courts during fiscal year 1942, prepared in accordance with sec. 53 of bankruptcy act. 11943.] cover title, [lJ+52 p. [Processed.] t L. C. card 41-50534 Ju 10.9 : 942


Note. Those publications of the Department of Agriculture which are for sale will be Bupplied by the Superinteudeut of Docuuieut.s. (jlovernuieut I'riiiting Ufflce, Washington, D. C. The Department issues a monthly list of publications which will be mailed to all applicants, enabling them to select such reports and bulletins as interest them.

Azotobacter. Apparatus for studying respiration of Azotobacter in relation to energy involved in nitrogen fixation and assimilation [with list of literature cited] : by J. M. Fife. 1943. [2] +229-248 p. il. [From Journi;l of agricultural research, V. 66, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1943.] * Paper, 5c. A 1.23/a : N 638/14

Journal of agricultural research, v. 66, no. 11 and 12 ; June 1 and 15, 1943. [1943.] cover titles, p. 389-452, il. [Semimonthly. Articles appearing in the Journal are printed separately and are listed in the Monthly catalog as issued.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, $3.25 a yr. ; foreign subsicription, $4.75. Item 12 L. C. card Agr 13-1837 A 1.23 : 60/II.I2

Note. This periodical is issued by the Agriculture Department in cooperation with the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. As the edition is limited it is not sent free to individuals, but only to libraries of experiment stations, colleges, tech- nical schools, and universities, and to laboratories, divisions, offices, and departments on whose staffs are several technically trained men in biological, chemical, or physical sciences. It is also sent to such institutions as make suitable exchanges of their publica- tions for those of the Agriculture Dejiartment.

Publicatimis. United States Department of Agriculture, monthly list of publica- tions. See entry, below, under center head Information Office.

Safety of life. Going to farm front? [safety tips to U. S. Crop Corps]. [May 1943.] [4] p. il. narrow (AWI-44.) [Published in collaboration with Labor Department, Education Office, and National Safety Council.] t Item 11

A 1.59: 44

Safety for U. S. Crop Corps. [May 1943.] 14-f[2] p. il. narrow

(AWI— 12. ) [Published in collaboratiou with Labor Department, Education Office, and National Safety Coiuicil.] t Item 11 A 1.59: 42

Start them right! [new workers need safety tips]. [May 1943.] [4] p.

il. narrow (AWI— 15. ) [Issued in collaborarioii with Labor Department. Education Office, and National Safety Council.] * I'aper, 5c. single copy (75c. per 100). •Item 11 A 1.59: 45

J sDi. .Tune 12 and 26. 1943; [v. 2. no. 10 and 11]. [1943] 4 p. and 8 p. il. 4" [Semimonthly.] t A 1.57 : 2/10, 11

801 Sent to Depository Libraries

802 Government Publications


Agricultural loans. Agricultural loans In Nevada. Washington, D. C, June 1943i [3] p. [Processed.] f A 36.132 : N 41/2/942

Note. This and the following report present data on agricultural loans held by selected lending agencies on July 3, 1942, by counties.

Agricultural loans in Utah. Washington, D. C, June 1948. [3] p.

[Processed.] f A 36.132 : Ut 1/2/942

Agricultural situation, brief summary of economic conditions. May 1943 ; v. 27,

no. 5. [1943.] 24 p. il. [Monthly.] * Paper, 5c. single copy, 50c. a yr. ; foreign subscription, 70c. Item 54

L. G. card Agr 26-1797 A 36.15 : 27/5

Cotton situation, CS-79; May 1943. [1943.] 11 p. il. [Monthly. Proc- essed.] t A 36.40/2: 79

Crops. Crop production, June 1, 1943. [1943.] 24 p. il. large [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.29: 943/6

Labor requirements for crops and livestock ; by M. R. Cooper, W. C. HoUey,

H. W. Hawthorne, and R. S. Washburn. Washington, D. C, May 1943. cover title, [2] +140 p. (F. M. 40.) [Processed. Text on p. 2 of cover.] t

A 36.118: 40 Dadrp situation, DS-141 ; May 1943. [1943.] 17 p. il. [Monthly. Proc- essed.] t A 36.65: 141

Demand and price situation. May 1943. [1943.] 14 p. il. [Monthly. Proc- essed.] t A 36.28: 943/5

Farm income. Farm income situation, FlS-40; May 1943. [1943.] 13 p. il. 4* [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.122 :4a

1942 gross and net farm income report. June 1943. 9 p. [Proc- essed. ] t A 36.2 : In 2/4/942

Farm machinery. Work performed with principal farm machines ; by A. P. Brodell and James W. Birkhead. Washington, D. C, May 1943. [4] +44 p. 4' (F. M. 42.) [Processed.] f A 36.118: 42

Fats. Fats and oils situation, FOS-74 ; Apr. 1943. [1943.] 22 p. il. [Month- ly. Processed.] t A 36.97: 74

- Same, FOS-75 ; May 1943. [1943.] [Monthly. Processed.] t

A 36.97 : 75

Feed situation, FdS-46; May 1943. [1943.] 12 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Proc- essed.] t A 36.117: 46

Food. National food situation, NFS-5; May 1943. [1943.] 26 p. il. 4" [Proc- essed.] t A 36.147: 5

Land policy review, summer 1943; v. 6, no. 2. [1943.] 44 p. [Quarterly.] * Paper, 10c. single copy, 30c. a yr ; foreign subscription, 40c. Item 59 L. C. card Agr 38^64 A 36.103 6/2

Livestock. Livestock and wool situation, LWS-13 ; May 1943. [1943.] 23 p. il. 4" [Monthly. Processed.] t A 36.141: 13

Railroad facilities for handling livestock at shipping points in Corn Belt

region; by Knute Bjorka. Washington, D. C, May 1943. [2] +39 p. il. [Processed.] t A 36.2 :R 13/3

Manpower for war work, eastern Kentucky ; by Olaf F. Larson and James 0. Downing. Washington, D. C, May 1943. [4]+ii+l-33a+34-82 p. il. 6 p. of pi. map, [Processed.] t A 36.2 :M 31

Marketing and transportation situation, MTS-10 ; Apr.-May 1943. [1943.] | [l]+29 p. il. [Monthly. Processed. Two months issued as one publica- tion.] t A36.143:10|

Sent to Depository Libraries

July 1943 803

Poultry. Poultry and egg situation, PES-75; Mar. 1943. [1943.] 14 p. il. [Montlily. Processed.] t A 36.96: 75

Same, PE&-77 ; May 1943. [1943.] 13 p. il. [Monthly. Processed.] t

A 36.96: 77 Prices. Maximum prices of agricultural commodities and their products ; com- piled by Margaret F. Cannon. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1943. [197] p. [Processed. Some of these pages are issued as leaves.] t A 36.2 : P 93/17

Publications. Check list of printed and processed publications issued during May 1943. June 1943. 4 p. [Monthly. Processed] t A 36.70/2 : 943/5

Truck crop estimate reports. [Processed.] t A 36.101 :

Note. The Agricultural Economics Bureau issues a series of reports relating to truck crops which, although numbered in one series (TC followed by the year and a number with a different group of hundreds assigned for each month), consists of several distinct groups as follows : Commercial truck crops for shipment, commonly called Truck crop reports ; Truck crops for commercial processing commonly called Canning crop reports ; Truck crop news ; General summary of truck crop prospects ; Revised statistical summaries covering a varying period of years. I'rinted summaries of these reports were published in Crops and markets prior to June 1037, but these have been discontinued. A yearly summary only is published in the December issue each year.


Note. Under the provisions of Executive order 9280, dated Dec. 5, 1942, the Agricul- tural Marketing Administration was consolidated with certain agencies of the Department of Agriculture into the Food Distribution Administration.

The publication listed below was ordered prior to the consolidation. See also Food Dis- tribution Administration.

Cotton. Relationship of certain characteristics of seed cottons to ginning ; by W. Sharrott, William J. Martin, and Norma L. Pearson. 1943. [2] -f 249-260 p. [From Journal of agricultural research, v. 66, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1943.] * Pa- per, 5c. A 1.23/a : C 829/129



Note. By authority of Administrator's memorandum no. 5 of the Agricultural Research Administration, dated Feb. 13, 1943, certain divisions, etc., of the Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry and Enijiueering were consolidated into an agency designated as the Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry.

Industrial alcohol [with sources of further information], by W. W. Skinner; re- vised by P. Burke Jacobs. Mar. 1943. [l]+25 p. (AIC-3). [Proc- essed.] t A 77.104/2: 3

Naval stores. 1942-43 annual naval stores report on production, distribution, eon- sumption and stocks of turpentine and rosin of United States, by crop years;

. compiled by M. C. Lawrence. May 24, 1^3. [2] +11 p. (AIC-6.) [Proc- essed.] t A 77.104/2 : 6

Soybrcad, a bread enriched with minerals and vitamins : prepared by J. A. LeClerc and Emily Grewe. [1943.] 4 p. ([AIC-2.]) [Processed. Presented by Dr. LeClerc before 22d annual convention of American Soybean Association, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind., Sept. 15-17, 1942.] t A 77.104/2: 2

Vegetables. Commercial brine preservation of vegetables; by John L. Etchells and Ivan D. Jones. [1^3.] 12 p. 4" (ACE-200.) [Processed. Prepared in cooperation with North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. Presented at annual meeting of National Pickle Packers' Association, Chicago, 111., Jan. 19-20, 1943. Published in Apr. 1943 issue of Fruit products journal.] t

A 77.104 : 200 Note. This is the last number of the ACE series which is superseded by the AIC series. This publication was assigned a number in the ACE series before the creation of the Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry Bureau.

Information sheet on brine peeling of various root vegetables. Apr. 1943.

2 p. 4" (AIC-1 ; Western Regional Research Laboratory.) [Processed.] t

A 77.104/2 : 1

Preservation of vegetables by salting and brining ; by John L. Etchells and

Ivan D. Jones. [1943.] 10 p. f (AIC-4.) [Processed. Prepared in coopera- tion with North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station.] t A 77.104/2: 4

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Bang's disease. Statement of indemnity claims and averages in cooperative Bang's disease work, Apr. 1943. [1943.] 1 p. [Monthly. Processed.] t

A 77.211 : 943/4

Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) control program July 1, 1984r-

Apr. 80, 1943, conducted by Bureau of Animal Industry in cooperation vpith the various States. [1943.] 1 p. [Monthly. Processed.] t A 77.213 : 943/4

Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with the

various States, Apr. 1943. [1943.] 1 p. oblong [Monthly. Processed.] t