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Justice, Department of—Continued.
Tax Division-Continued.

District attorneys, assistance received from..
Estimate, distribution of.
Force in..
Stenographers, need for.
Work of, status of..

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Kauffman, R. R., statement of..
King, Hon. W. H., statement of -
Kramer, Hon. C., statement of..

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Labor, Department of...

Public Contracts, Division of, salaries and expenses.

Transporating Filipinos to Philippine Islands
Lasser, D., statement of -
Lindley, J. G., statement of.
Locke, H. P., statement of...
Loveridge, E. W., statement of

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Perkins, M. R., statement of..

235
Pierce, Hon. W. M., statement of.

411
Pope, Hon. J. P., statement of .--

404
Post Office Department..

369
Contract air-mail service, 1936 and 1937-

369, 401, 403

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Rasmussen, P. A., statement of ...

428
Reilly, G. Ó., statement of

357
Relief appropriation, allocation of -

266
Relief expenditures over period of years

278
Reynolds, W. E., statement of..

390
Riley, Col. F. J., statement of..

398
Resettlement Administration...

235
Administrative expenses.

243, 246
Drought grants, transfer from Works Progress Administration for --

239
Employees, number, classification, and salaries of..

244
Farm debt-adjustment program, cost of..

245
Farmers' attitude toward grants.--

240
Field offices, operation and supervision of.

263
Interest charges under the furnish system.

242
Loans and grants.--

235
Persons aided by, number of

237
Printing, lithographing, etc.--.

265
Projects:
General description, amount involved in, etc.

249
Present, completion of..

261
Subsistence homestead, purpose and objectives of ---

256
Transferred from Subsistence Homestead Division, completion of 248
Rehabilitation loans:
Amount of total funds to be used for.

258
Repayment of

241
Submarginal lands, development work on.

260
Writers, employment of..

264

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Saunders, R., statement of_

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Schwellenbach, Hon. L. B., statement of

408
Shanks, J. C., statement of ..

315
Smith, Hon. M. F., statement of

409
Strack, A., statement of -

322
Supreme Court of the United States:
Miscellaneous expenses.

344
Actions at law, preparation of rules in...

342

T
Treasury Department..

378
Accounts and Deposits, Commissioner of:
Contingent expenses, public moneys.

384
Coast Guard, transportation of boats to West Coast.

386
Distinctive paper for United States currency-

388
Engraving and Printing, Bureau of, salaries and expenses.

387
Federal Land Banks, payment to account of reduction in interest rate
on mortgages

378
Mint, Bureau of, medal for George M. Cohan.

397
Procurement Division..

390
Public buildings, increase in limit of cost of_

390
Los Angeles, Calif., post office, courthouse, etc..

390
Peoria, Ill., public building -

395
Springerville, Ariz., forestry and post office building ----- 394, 433
Secretary, Office of.

378
Tyner, Brig. Gen. G. P., statement of_

199

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Veterans' Administration.--

304
Adjusted-service and dependent pay-

304
Appropriations, unexpended balances of_

307
Voorhis, Hon. H. Jerry, statement of

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Waesche, Rear Adm. R. R., statement of_.

386
Wagner, W. H., statement of..

366
Walker, P. A., statement of.--

285
Wallace, Hon. H. A., statement of

235, 322
War Department..

398
Quartermaster General, Office of_

398
Regular supplies of the Army

398
Welch, Hon. R. J., statement of.--

366
Wirth, C., statement of

199
Wold, H., statement of_

317
Works Progress Administration...

1
Administrative employees:
Number of, reduction in.-

24, 44
Administrative expenses by States, amount of..

44
Agencies, number of persons, and percent of relief persons employed
by, September 1935 to December 1936. -

95
Allotments to Procurement and Disbursement Divisions of the Treas-
ury-

120
Appropriation requested, basis for.

87
Cities and counties, dependence of, on Works Progress Administration
to perform certain work..

125
Commission for study of cooperatives in Europe, expense of -

142
Cooperative enterprises, loans or advances to

131
Direct relief (local) average amount extended per family-

130
Drought employment..

22
Drought families in the Northwest.

100
Elderly relief employees, complaints of dismissal of..

126
Emergency Relief Acts of 1935 and 1936:
Expenditures for all purposes from funds allocated under.

84
Funds appropriated under and allocations therefrom.

1-4
Works Progress Administration allotment under--

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Works Progress Administration Continued.
Employment:

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Data on work provied on projects-

10-21
Decline in..

24
Emergency drought--

22
Private industry and Federal agencies, ratio of.

142
Schedule for projects, February to June 1937.

89
Exhibits:

A. Works Progress Administration administrative employment and
expense-

44
B. Safety on Works Progress Administration projects...

48
C. Injury compensation, Works Progress Administration..

49
D. National Youth Administration.

51
E. Relief recipients, changes in number of

64
F. Labor shortage and job refusals -

80
G. Sponsors participation in Works Progress Administration
program..

103
H. _Wage-rate policy of the Works Program.

107
I. Federal agencies, types of work performed under Works
Program as of Dec. 31, 1936--

121
J. Self-help cooperative associations-

132
K. Information Service, cost of operating-

150
L. Unemployment in the United States, statement showing --- 159

Chart I. Estimates of unemployment.
Chart II. Decline in employment.
Chart III. Decline in factory employment.
Chart IV. Aggregates of manufacturing employment.
Chart V. Maximum cyclical decline in employment for

recent depression.
Chart VI. Maximum decline in employment, 1920 to 1921 by

size of establishment.
M. Women's and professional projects-

172
Farm labor in the South.

152
Federal funds distributed to States for all purposes, per capita amount
of..

129
Federal grants to States for relief

143
Federal relief and direct relief operations, relationship between..

143
Funds:
Allocation of-

Allotted to Procurement and Disbursement Divisions of the
Treasury -

120
Appropriated and allocated from Emergency Relief Ad-
ministration Acts of 1935 and 1936-

1-4
Appropriated for Federal Emergency Relief Administration,
Civil Works Administration, and Works Progress Ad-
ministration, disposition of.

92
Available

116
Distributed to communities, basis of ..

148
Expenditures of from allocations in Emergency Relief Ad-
ministration Acts of 1935 and 1936..

84
Lock and dam construction on the Mississippi River..

8
Not used for Bureau of Reclamation projects-

146
Requested, distribution of...

91
Summary of those allotted to agencies other than Works
Progress Administration.--

5
Information service---

113, 149, 150
Injury compensation of Works Progress Administration.

49
Labor shortages of skilled and unskilled employees, press criticism on. 78
Lock and dam construction on the upper Mississippi River, funds
allotted to.--

8
Long-distance telephone, use of.

130
Motion pictures --

149
Statement concerning production of by Works Progress Adminis-
tration..

151
National income..

90
National Youth Administration..

51
Northwestern States, relief problem in.

94
Personnel loaned to other agencies.---

118

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Works Progress Administration-Continued.

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Persons employed on Works Progress Administration projects..

23
Persons taken from relief rolls, percentage of employed

143
Press criticisms on skilled and unskilled labor shortages.

78
Printing and binding expenditures --

114
Projects:
Abandoning of..

128
Approved, number and cost of..

145
Bureau of Reclamation, funds not used for.

146
Completed, value of..

148
Data on employment provided on.

10-21
Effects on types of due to reduction of activities.

126
Employment schedule for, February to June 1937-

89
Federal agencies, employment and funds for..

120
Number, type, and cost of those placed in operation..

25, 26
Persons employed on

23
By occupations and sex..

154
Number of

8
County groups, number of persons employed by-

77
Average hourly earnings of..

38
Earnings of, data on.

35
Review of needs of..

23
Placed in operation, cost of by States and operating status.. 146
Relief, method of initiating --

144
Relief persons employed on by age and sex, statement showing -- 153
Relief persons employed on by occupation and sex, statement
showing-

155
Safety on.

48
Sponsors funds for..

101
Sponsorship of --

124
Womens and professional..

172
Works Progress Administration and related, per capita monthly
cost of employment on.

130
Relief funds for employment of labor, percentage of.---

144
Relief persons employed on Works Progress Administration projects:
By age and sex-

153
By occupation and sex-

154
Relief problem in the Northwestern States.

94
Relief program, contribution to by States.

91
Relief recipients, changes in number of ----

64
Safety practices and accident compensation for Works Progress
Administration workers..

48
Slum clearance

106
Sponsors funds for Works Progress Administration projects---

101
Surplus Commodity Corporation, distribution of direct relief by-.. 127
Tables:
1. Status of funds under the Emergency Relief Administration

Acts of 1935 and 1936, by agencies, as of December 31,
1936...

5
2. Works Program employment by major agencies, July 1935
to December 1936.--

11
3. Employment on Works Progress Administration projects,

Emergency Conservation Work, and projects of other
agencies, by States, quarterly, September 1935 to Decem-
ber 1936.

12
4. Employment on work projects of agencies other than Works

Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps,
by States, week ending December 26, 1936..

16
5. Drought employment under Works Progress Administration
and other agencies, July to December 1936..

22
6. Drought employment under the Works Program, by States
and by agencies, week ending October 31, 1936..

23
7. Number and estimated approved cost in Federal funds of

Works Progress Administration projects placed in opera-
tion, by types of projects, through September 30, 1936.. 25

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Works Progress Administration-Continued.
Tables—Continued
8. Number and estimated approved cost in Federal funds of

construction and other Works Progress Administration

projects placed in operation through September 30, 1936--
9. Summary of physical accomplishments on selected types of

Works Progress Administration projects, through Septem-

ber 15, 1936.
10. Number and estimated approved cost of Works Progress

Administration projects placed in operation, by types of
projects and by sources of funds, through September 30,

1936.--
11. Number and estimated approved cost of Works Progress

Administration projects placed in operation, by States and

by sources of funds, through September 30, 1936-
12. Number and estimated approved cost in Federal funds of

Works Progress Administration projects placed in opera-
tion, by States and by major types of projects through

September 30, 1936...
13. Number of persons employed on Works Progress Admin-

istration projects, by major types of projects, half month

ending November 30, 1936..
14. Hours and earnings of persons employed on Works Progress

Administration projects, half months ending July 31,

1935, through November 30, 1936--
15. Hours and earnings of persons employed on Works Progress

Administration projects, by types of projects, cumulative

through November 30, 1936..
16. Hours and earnings of persons employed on Works Progress

Administration projects. by States, cumulative through

November 30, 1936. -
17. Average hourly earnings of persons employed on Works

Progress Administration projects, by States and by major

types of projects, cumulative through October 31, 1936..
18. Hours and earnings of persons employed on Works Progress

Administration projects, by types of projects, half-month

ending November 30, 1936...
19. Hours and earnings of persons employed on Works Progress

Administration projects, by States, half month ending

November 30, 1936..
20. Number of persons employed on Works Progress Adminis-

tration projects, by county groups, June 1936...
21. Total expenditures from funds allocated to the Works

Progress Administration under the Emergency Relief
Administration Acts of 1935 and 1936, by purpose, by

months through December 1936--
22. Works Progress Administration expenditures for all purposes

under the Emergency Relief Administration Acts of 1935

and 1936, by States, by months through November 1936..
23. Employment schedule for Works Progress Administration

projects, by States, February through June 1937.---
24-A. Federal funds authorized for the use of, or allocated to,

the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, the Fed-
eral Civil Works Administration, and the Works Prog-

ress Administration, through November 30, 1936--
24-B. Distribution of funds to States under the Federal Emer-

gency Relief Administration, the Federal Civil Works
Administration, and the Works Progress Administra-

tion programs, through November 30, 1936_--
25. Relief persons as percent of total persons employed on the

Works Program, by agencies, quarterly, September 1935

to December 1936.
26. Number of Civilian Conservation Corps camps, by super-

vising agencies, December 1936-
27. Sponsors, funds and their percent of total estimated cost

on Works Progress Administration projects placed in
operation through September 30, 1936. -

40

42

43

77

85

86

89

93

93

98

100

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