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SENATE DOCUMENTS

72d Congress, 1st Session

(December 7, 1931-July 16, 1932)

MISCELLANEOUS

VOL. 2

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1932

435410

CONTENTS No. 58. American copper production. 59. Compensation due Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. 60. Improvement of facilities of Federal reserve system. 61. Opinion of Court of Claims in case of Wales Island Packing Co. 62. Reconstruction of Otter Cliffs radio station within Acadia National Park. 63. Veto message on bill for relief of Alexander M. Proctor. 66. Annual reports of public utility companies of D. C., 1931. 67. Air mail service between San Diego, Calif., and Salt Lake City, Utah. 68. Estimate for contingent expenses, Post Office Department, telegraphing. 71. To define and limit jurisdiction of courts sitting in equity. 73. Report of Tariff Commission on dead or creosote oil. 74. International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy. 75. First quarterly report of Reconstruction Finance Corporation.* 76. Message of the President rel. to reduction of governmental expenditures. 77. Charges against official acts of Judge A. M. Cristy, of Hawaii. 79. Appropriations, Department of Agriculture, 1933. 80. Ninth Pan American Sanitary Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 81. Contested election, Einar Hoidale versus Thomas D. Schall. 83. Construction of gates at international boundary, San Ysidro, Calif. 84. Report of Tariff Commission on wood pulp and pulpwoods. 85. Claim of Stelio Vassiliadis. 86. Letter from Attorney General on railroad mergers. 87. Indians of Cattaraugus, Allegany, and Oil Springs reservations. 89. Veto message relating to claims of certain Indians in Oregon. 91. Report of Tariff Comn. on relation of duties to value of imports. 92. Legality of agreements concerning holdings of national bank stock. 93. Mineral resources of country as related to farm lands. 94. Participation of U. S. in exposition of overseas countries at Paris, 1931. 95. Review of reports on Biscayne Bay, Fla. 96. Conditions in flour-milling business. 97. Address of the President on relief of economic conditions. 98. Forts Brown, McIntosh, Clark, and D. A. Russell, Tex. 99. Government securities held by Federal reserve banks. 104. Appropriations, Department of Interior, 1932 and 1933. 105. War-profits tax. 106. General and Special Claims Commissions, United States and Mexico. 107. General expenses of public buildings, 1932. 108. Pay and general expenses, Marine Corps, 1932. 109. Independent bimetallism or bolshevism? by Jonathan Bourne, jr. 110. Estimate for refund to Pasquale Mirabelli. 111. Opinion of Supreme Court in case of U. S. versus George Otis Smith. 112. Appropriation for Yakima irrigation project, Kennewick Highlands unit. 113. Claims arising under Executive Depts. for damages to private property. 114. Supplemental estimates of appropriations, House of Representatives, 1932. 115. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims.

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No. 116. Judgments rendered against Government by District Courts. 117. Claims for damages by collision with naval vessels. 118. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office. 119. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office. 120. Estimate for contingent expenses, House of Representatives. 121. Commission on Construction of Highway, United States and Canada. 122. Estimate for repair of Oglala Indian School, Pine Ridge Reservation. 123. Appropriations, District of Columbia, 1933. 124. Estimate for dispensaries under Health Department, D. C. 125. Estimate for flood protection, Palo Verde Valley, Calif. 126. Estimate for international economic conference. 127. Estimate for oil portrait of former President Calvin Coolidge. 128. Estimate for emergency repairs, Senate Office Building. 129. Railroad salaries. 130. International Institute of Agriculture at Rome, Italy. 132. Prices and competition among peanut mills. 133. Relief of family of Emilio Cortez Rubio and family of Manuel Gomez. 134. Veto message relative to wages for laborers employed on public works. 135. Report of Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Feb. 2-June 30, 1932. 136. Membership of Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 138. Taxes collected under naval oil reserve investigation.*

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Cessionss

AMERICAN COPPER PRODUCTION

DATA ON AMERICAN COPPER PRODUCTION AND
HISTORY OF A COPPER TARIFF AND OTHER

COPPER TARIFF DETAILS

BY
HOVAL A. SMITH
Consulting Mining Engineer

PRESENTED BY MR. ASHURST

FEBRUARY 5 (calendar day, FEBRUARY 16), 1932.-Ordered

to be printed

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1982

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