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Works Progress Administration Continued.

Persons employed on Works Progress Administration projects.
Persons taken from relief rolls, percentage of employed.
Press criticisms on skilled and unskilled labor shortages.
Printing and binding expenditures --
Projects:

Abandoning of..
Approved, number and cost of...
Bureau of Reclamation, funds not used for.
Completed, value of.
Data on employment provided on.
Effects on types of due to reduction of activities.
Employment schedule for, February to June 1937.
Federal agencies, employment and funds for..
Number, type, and cost of those placed in operation.
Persons employed on..

By occupations and sex.
Number of..---
County groups, number of persons employed by
Average hourly earnings of
Earnings of, data on.

Review of needs of..
Placed in operation, cost of by States and operating status-
Relief, method of initiating-
Relief persons employed on by age and sex, statement showing --
Relief persons employed on by occupation and sex, statement

showing -

Safety on.
Sponsors funds for.
Sponsorship of ..
Womens and professional.
Works Progress Administration and related, per capita monthly

cost of employment on.
Relief funds for employment of labor, percentage of_
Relief persons employed on Works Progress Administration projects:

By age and sex-

By occupation and sex.
Relief problem in the Northwestern States..
Relief program, contribution to by States..
Relief recipients, changes in number of..
Safety practices and accident compensation for Works Progress

Administration workers..
Slum clearance
Sponsors funds for Works Progress Administration projects
Surplus Commodity Corporation, distribution of direct relief by-
Tables:
1. Status of funds under the Emergency Relief Administration

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

1936..
2. Works Program employment by major agencies, July 1935

to December 1936..
3. Employment on Works Progress Administration projects,

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

ber 1936..
4. Employment on work projects of agencies other than Works

Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps,

by States, week ending December 26, 1936-
5. Drought employment under Works Progress Administration

and other agencies, July to December 1936.--
6. Drought employment under the Works Program, by States

and by agencies, week ending October 31, 1936.
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..

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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..

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Works Progress Administration-Continued.
Tables—Continued.
28. Amount of obligations incurred for emergency relief, by

sources of funds and by States, January through December

1935..
29. Amount of obligations incurred for relief extended to cases

by sources of funds for specified States, January through

September 1936 ---
30. Obligations incurred for printing and binding for Works

Progress Administration administrative purposes, July

1, 1935, to December 1, 1936..
31. Number of projects, allocations, and employment, by agencies,

Emergency Relief Appropriation Acts of 1935 and 1936

combined
32. Materials, supplies, and equipment purchased for projects

operated by the Works Progress Administration, by types,

cumulative through November 30, 1936-
33. Average amount of general relief extended per family, Sep-

tember 1933, 1934, 1935, and 1936. -
34. Number and estimated approved cost in Federal funds of

Works Progress Administration projects placed in operation,
by States and by operating status, through September 30,

1936...
35. Number of relief persons employed on Works Progress Adminis-

tration projects, classified by age at time of certification,

and by sex, June 1936..
36. Number of persons employed on Works Progress Adminis-

tration projects, by assigned occupations, by sex, March

1936.--
37. Relief persons eligible for employment on the Works Program,

classified by usual occupation, priority ranking for work,

by sex, January 15, 1936...
Travel of agents
Unemployment:

Census of
During 1937, estimated amount of..

Problem as a Federal responsibility-
Wage rates policy of the Works Program-
Works projects of Federal agencies, employment and funds for.
Writers...

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COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

EDWARD T. TAYLOR, Colorado, Chairman CLARENCE CANNON, Missouri

JOHN TABER, New York CLIFTON A. WOODRUM, Virginia

ROBERT L. BACON, New York JOHN J. BOYLAN, New York

RICHARD B. WIGGLESWORTH, Massachusetts LOUIS LUDLOW, Indiana

WILLIAM P. LAMBERTSON, Kansas THOMAS S. MCMILLAN, South Carolina D. LANE POWERS, New Jersey MALCOLM C. TARVER, Georgia

J. WILLIAM DITTER, Pennsylvania JED JOHNSON, Oklahoma

ALBERT E. CARTER, California J. BUELL SNYDER, Pennsylvania

ROBERT F. RICH, Pennsylvania WILLIAM B. UMSTEAD, North Carolina CHARLES A. PLUMLEY, Vermont WILLIAM R. THOM, Ohio

EVERETT M. DIRKSEN, Illinois
JOHN F. DOCKWEILER, California

ALBERT J. ENGEL, Michigan
JAMES MCANDREWS, Illinois
EMMET O'NEAL, Kentucky
GEORGE W.JOHNSON, West Virginia
JAMES G. SCRUGHAM, Nevada
JAMES M. FITZPATRICK, New York
LOUIS C. RABAUT, Michigan
JOACHIM O. FERNANDEZ, Louisiana
MILLARD F. CALDWELL, Florida
DAVID D. TERRY, Arkansas
JOHN M. HOUSTON, Kansas
J. BURRWOOD DALY, Pennsylvania
JOE STARNES, Alabama
ROSS A. COLLINS, Mississippi
CHARLES H. LEAVY, Washington
WILLIAM D. MCFARLANE, Texas
JOSEPH E. CASEY, Massachusetts

MARCELLUS C. SHEILD, Clerk

:

SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEFICIENCIES

EDWARD T. TAYLOR, Colorado, Chair man CLIFTON A. WOODRUM, Virginia

JOHN TABER, New York JOHN J. BOYLAN, New York

ROBERT L. BACON, New York CLARENCE CANNON, Missouri

RICHARD B. WIGGLESWORTH, Massachusetts LOUIS LUDLOW, Indiana THOMAS S. MCMILLAN, South Carolina J. BUELL SNYDER, Pennsylvania

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