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CR-243-244.. CR-245. CR-246-247.. CR-248. CR-250-251.. CR-252-253.. CR-255–256.. CR-257-260.. CR-261-264.. CR-265-277.. CR-278. CR-279-282. CR-283. CR-284-287. CR-289-291. CR-292-293. CR-294-295. CR-297-300.. CR-301. CR-302 CR-303-304. CR-305-309.

R-310. CR-311-316.. CR-317-318.. CR-319-329.. CR-330-332, CR-333-336 CR-337. CR-338-345. CR-346-347

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2 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
3 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
3 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards
3 Time checks.
3 Time checks.
1 Dray tickets.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
5 Time checks.
2 Storehouse requisitions.
1 Discrepancy sheets.
2 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
2 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
4 Stock record cards.
2 Time checks.
2 Progress reports.
1 Cost reports.
2 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
3 Cost reports.
1 Stock record checks.
2 Time checks.
1

Cost reports.
8 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
4

Do.
3 Stock record cards.
2 Time checks.
il Cost reports,
7 Time checks.
2 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
2 Time checks.
2 Cost reports.

Time checks.
1 Cost reports.
1 Time checks.
1 Cost reports.
2 Time checks.
3 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Progress reports.
1 Pile driving reports.
1 Force reports.
5 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
2 Stenotype notes.
3 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.

Time checks.
Stock record cards.

1 Cost reports.
1

Cost reports.
1 Stock record cards.
1

Time checks.
1 Stenotype notes.
1 Cost reports.
2 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
5 Time checks.
1 Duplicates of contractor's

vouchers.
1 Time checks.
2 Duplicates of contractors'

vouchers.
2 Time checks.
1 Force reports.
2 Time checks.
1 Force reports.
2 Force reports.
2 Time checks.
2 Force reports.

Time checks.
4 Stock record cards.
13 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.

Time checks.
1 Cost reports.
4 Time checks.
3 Time checks.
2 Cost reports.
2 Time checks.
4 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
2 Stock record cards.
5 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
6 Time checks.
2 Cost reports.
11 Time checks,
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Cost reports.
4 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
8 Time checks.
2 Cancelled transportation

tickets.
Cost reports.
1 Canceled transportation

tickets.
1 Time checks.
6 Cost reports.
2 Stock record cards.
3 Time checks.
2

Cost reports.
2 Time checks.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Cost reports.
2 Stock record cards.
2 Cost reports.
1 Time checks.
2 Commissary meal tickets.
1 Stock record cards.
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Cost reports. 2 Stock record cards. 1 Cost reports. 1 Cost reports. 1 Blank forms. 3 Time checks. 2 Cost reports. 1 Proposals and proposal

data.
1 Stock record cards.
1 Time checks.
1 Force reports.
2 Requests for bids.
5 Proposals and proposal

data.
2 Clearance requests.

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All of the above described papers in the office of the Quartermaster Supply Officer bear dates from May, 1917, to June 30, 1920.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS,

Washington, December 30, 1929.
Hon. John C. SCOFIELD,
Assistant and Chief Clerk,

War Department, Washington, D. C.
SIR: In reply to your letter of December 23, transmitting lists of certain

records filed, respectively, in the offices of the Secretary of War, The Adjutant General, the Surgeon General, Chief of Finance, and Chief of the Militia Bureau, which the department wishes to destroy under the terms of the Executive order of March 16, 1912:

The matter has had the attention of the chief of our division of manuscripts,
who now reports that these records do not appear to have any historical value.
The lists are therefore returned herewith.
Very respectfully,

HERBERT PUTNAM, Librarian.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS,

Washington, January 23, 1930. To the AssistaNT AND CHIEF CLERK,

War Department, Washington, D. C. MY DEAR SIR: In reply to your letter of January 20, transmitting a list of obsolete records in storage at Fort Myer, Va., as described in an accompanying communication from the quartermaster supply officer, dated September 20, 1928, which the department wishes to destroy under the terms of the Executive order of March 15, 1912:

The matter has had the attention of the chief of our division of manuscripts, who now reports that these records seem to indicate no material that needs to be preserved on account of any historical interest. The list and appended communication are therefore returned herewith. Very truly yours,

HERBERT PUTNAM, Librarian.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS,

Washington, April 17, 1929. Hon. JOAN C. SCOFIELD,

Assistant and Chief Clerk, War Department. Sır: In reply to your letter of April 13, transmitting a list of obsolete records in storage at Fort Myer, Va., which the department wishes to destroy under the terms of the Executive order of March 16, 1912:

The matter has had the attention of the assistant chief of our division of manuscripts, who now reports that these records do not appear to have any historical value. The list is therefore returned herewith. Very respectfully,

FRED W. Ashley, Acting Librarian.

MAINTENANCE OF CENTRAL WAREHOUSES IN NATIONAL

PARKS

FEBRUARY 20, 1930.-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the

state of the Union and ordered to be printed

Mr. COLTON, from the Committee on the Public Lands, submitted

the following

REPORT

[To accompany H. R. 6121)

The Committee on the Public Lands, to whom was referred H. R. 6121, to authorize the maintenance of central warehouses in national parks and national monuments and authorizing appropriations for the purchase of supplies and materials to be kept in said warehouses, having considered the same, report it to the House favorably and with the recommendation that it do pass with the following amendments:

Page 2, line 1, after the word "cost" insert a comma and the following: "including transportation and handling” and a comma.

Page 2, line 5, after the word “materials” insert a comma and the following: including transportation and handling." and comma.

Page 2, line 10, after the word "appropriations” insert the following "made for the administration, protection, maintenance, and imimprovement of said parks and monuments for the fiscal year".

This legislation is made necessary by reason of a decision of the Comptroller General holding that it is necessary for specific authority of law in the establishment and operation of storehouses in the national parks. These storehouses are made necessary by reason of the distance of the various parks from the source of supply. The need for the legislation is explained fully in a letter from the Secretary of the Interior and a memorandum prepared by the Director of the National Park Service which are herein set out in full for the information of the House.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

Washington, February 15, 1930. Hon. Don B. Colton, Chairman Committee on the Public Lands,

House of Representatives. MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: In response to your request of December 4 for an opinion as to the merits of H. R. 6121, there is transmitted herewith a memorandum submitted by the Director of the National Park Service. After a review of the situation I am in agreement with Director Albright in his favorable report upon the bill. Very truly yours,

Ray LYMAN WILBUR, Secretary.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE,

Washington, February 8, 1930. Memorandum for the Secretary.

Reference is made to letter dated December 4, 1929, from Hon. Don B. Colton, chairman Committee on the Public Lands, House of Representatives, inclosing copy of H. R. 6121, to authorize the maintenance of central warehouses in national parks and national monuments and authorizing appropriations for the purchase of supplies and materials to be kept in said warehouses, with request for a report thereon.

Storehouses in the various national parks and national monuments are maintained under the regular appropriations for the administration, protection, maintenance, and improvement of the various national parks and monuments. As supplies are issued to other appropriation projects they are either replaced by purchasing stores of equal value from the appropriations benefited or by a transfer of funds to cover same. In approving the above procedure the Comptroller General on June 14, 1929, stated: “While the accounting procedure is approved for the storehouse activities now in operation, as a matter of sound business and not as determining the lawful existence of such activities, your attention is invited to the need for specific authority of law for the establishment and operation of storehouses in the National Park Service."

Unless legislative authority is given for the operation of storehouse there will be no authority for having any supplies left over which were purchased from a prior fiscal year appropriation. This would necessitate purchasing in small quantities which would not only result in increased prices and increased clerical work, but would obviously, due to shortage of materials, necessitate curtailment of park activities near the end of the fiscal year, which is the period of greatest travel to the parks, and consequently the time of greatest need for unhampered operation of park facilities. The working seasons in the parks are comparatively short and most of the parks are located some distance from the sources of supply. Therefore, it is necessary to have sufficient supplies and materials on hand to meet the current needs. It is not intended to purchase more than would be reasonably required for the purposes authorized, and the bill prohibits purchasing solely for the purpose of increasing the value of storehouse stock beyond the reasonable requirements for any current fiscal year.

Upon consideration of this measure, the Comptroller General has recommended to the Director of the Bureau of the Budget that the following amendments thereto be made, which meet with the approval of this service: Insert: "includ. ing transportation and handling” after word "cost", line 1, page 2, and after word “materials", line 5 page 2; and after the word'“ appropriations", line 10 page 2, insert“made for the administration, protection, maintenance and improvement of said parks and monuments for the fiscal year.”

It is respectfully recommended that the proposed legislation, if amended in accordance with the suggestions of the Comptroller General, be given favorable consideration.

HORACE M. ALBRIGHT, Director.

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