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Quentin Burdick Papers
Box and Folder Inventory, Series II, Sub-Series C

Quentin Burdick Papers  
Series II: Senate, 1960-1968  
Sub-Series C: Legislation, Senate Bills  
Folder Title Box - Folder
(1.) Senate Bills, 1963-1964  
Senate Bills 1-50 36-5
Senate Bills 50-100 36-6
Senate Bills 100-150 36-7
Senate Bills 150-200 36-8
Senate Bills 200-250 36-9
Senate Bills 250-300 36-10
Senate Bills 300-350 36-11
Senate Bills 350-400 36-12
Senate Bills 400-450 36-13
Senate Bills 450-500 36-14
Senate Bills 500-550 36-15
Senate Bills 550-600 36-16
Senate Bills 600-650 36-17
Senate Bills 650-700 36-18
Senate Bills 700-750 36-19
Senate Bills 750-800 36-20
Senate Bills 800-850 36-21
Senate Bills 850-900 36-22
Senate Bills 900-950 36-23
Senate Bills 950-1000 36-24
Senate Bills 1000-1500 36-26
Senate Bill 1049 36-25
Senate Bills 1500-2000 37-1
Senate Bills 2000-2500 37-2
Senate Bills 2500-3000 37-3
Senate Bills 3000-3500 37-4
Senate Bills 7000-7500 37-5
Senate Bills 9000-10,000 37-6
S. 650. Provide for establishment of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 33-1
S. 703. Flag Flying over the USS Utah (Moss) 33-2
S. 729. Railroad Retirement Act. 33-3
S. 765. 33-4
S. 786. Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park. 33-5
S. 880. Hospital Insurance Act of 1963 33-6
S. 942. Amend Clayton Act-Railroad Mergers. 33-7
S. 981. Amend Housing Act-Domestic farm labor. 33-8
S. 1063. Amend Interstate Commerce Act-freight car supply. 33-9
S. 1117. Extend Commission on Civil Rights   33-10
S. 1238. Amend Federal Property Admin. Services Act. surplus personal property 33-11
S. 1283. Enforce Constitutional rights.      33-12
S. 1311. Relief of Alice Schonberger.         33-13
S. 1321. National Service Corps (Domestic Peace Corps) 33-14
S. 1356. Amend Railroad Retirement Act-increase compensation 33-15
S. 1362. Land held in trust for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe 33-16
S. 1429. Authorize money for maintenance and operation of Experimental Stations        33-17
S. 1541. Black Market Babies 33-18
S. 1578. Duty free Articles Donated to International Peace Garden. 33-19
S. 1618. Theodore Roosevelt Park Board-Folder 1.     33-20
S. 1618. Theodore Roosevelt Park Board-Folder 2.     33-21
S. 1618. Theodore Roosevelt Park Board Folder 3. 33-22
S. 1710. Amend sections of Fed. Employees Compensation Act. 33-23
S. 1697. Establish a Commission on Rural life. 33-24
S. 1725. Amend Manpower Development and training Act 33-25
S. 1731. Civil Rights Act of 1963. 33-26
S. 1732. Interstate Public Accommodations Act of 1963. 33-27
S. 1733. For the relief of Gertrude Margitta McCannel. 33-28
S. 1852. Amend Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act 1961 33-29
S. 1946. Voluntary Wheat Adjustment and Price support Program. 33-30
S. 2028. Federal Power Act Amendment of 1963. 33-31
S. 2053. Acquisition of right-of-way for canals and ditches. 33-32
S. 2056. Amend Railroad Retirement Act of 1937. 33-33
S. 2167. Indian Rape 33-34
S. 2180. Federal Loans to Students of Optometry. 33-35
S. 2185. Residual Fuel Oil import quota Limitation. 33-36
S. 2220. Encourage Physicians to practice in shortage areas 33-37
S. 2249. Indiana Dunes (Jackson) 33-38
S. 2258. Wheat Act of 1963 (Humphrey) 33-39
S. 2303. Provide highway bridge across Missouri River. 33-40
S. 2330. Make Assassination of President A Federal Offense 33-41
S. 2334. Relief of Leo M. Mondry. 33-42
S. 2341. Appropriation of $5,000,000 for National Cultural Center 33-43
S. 2350. Judicial Review of Constitutionality of Grants or Loans under certain Acts. 33-44
S. 2392. Additional District Court (Williston) 33-45
S. 2490. Higher Education Student Assistance Act of 1965. 33-46
S. 2492. Voluntary Wheat Program. 34-1
S. 2525. Beef Imports 34-2
S. 2594. High School Dropouts. 34-3
S. 2605. Fort Berthold Reservation Land     34-4
S. 2609. Educational Expenses of teachers, deduction of 34-5
S. 2639. Funds for International Peace Garden. 34-6
S. 2642. Poverty (Economic Opportunity Act of 1964.) 34-7
S. 2657. Increase Sugar quotas. 34-8
S. 2735. Establishment of a Mint at Bismarck. 34-9
S. 2782. Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1964. 34-10
S. 2821. Amend Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act 34-11
S. 2946. Amend Social Security Act (behalf of Jane Ramhorst) 34-12
S. 2964. Relief of Swanston Equipment Company 34-13
S. 3111. Indian Rape (Revision of S. 2167) 34-14
S. 3140. Committee Substitute for S.  580 and S. 2490 (Education) 34-15
S. 3184. Choy-Sim Mah, for the relief of 34-16
S. 1. Youth Conservation Corps. 34-17
S. Con. Res. 1 Congressional Reorganization. 34-18
S. 2 Water resources research centers  at Land-grant Colleges and State Universities 34-19
S. 5 Provide readjustment to vet. In armed Forces. Ind. Peri 34-20
S. Con. Res. 6 N.Dak. Statue of the late John Burke. 34-21
S.J. Res. 17. O'Mahoney Lake and Recreation Area. 35-1
S. Res. 30 Created a select Committee on Small business. 35-2
S. Con. Res. 40-Lewis and Clark Expedition Route Makings 35-3
S. Con. Res. 44-Lewis and Clark Expedition Route Markings 35-4
S.J. Res.  45-Equal Rights for Women. 35-5
S. Res. 50-Select Committee on Technological Developments. 35-6
S. Con. Res. 64-Plannlng for Peace (Clark) 35-7
S.J. Res. 70. Investigation of grain Freight rates. 35-8
S.J. Res. 71. Establish Commission on Food Marketing. 35-9
S. Con. Res. 81-Sakakawea Statue 35-10
S.J. Res. 128-National Farmers Week (Humphrey) 35-11
S. Res. 136-Select Committee to investigate Railroads. 35-12
S.J. Res. 136-John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Center. 35-13
S.J. Res. 139. 35-14
S.J. Res. 139-Presidential Succession. 35-16
S. 143-Civil or Criminal Jurisdiction over Indian Reservations. 35-15
S. Res. 148-Nuclear Test Ban (Dodd) 35-17
S. 151-Amend Public Laws 815 and 874. 35-18
S.J. Res. 159-National American Indian Day. 35-19
S. 171-Incorporate Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation. 35-20
S. 179-Wildlife Refuge System. 35-21
S. Res. 178- Create Committee on Veterans Affairs. 35-22
Surplus property for Indians. 35-23
Fort Union 35-24
S. 187-Fort Union Trading Post 35-25
S. 188-Barry Thorndycraft 35-26
S. 189-Star Route Contractors. 35-27
S. Res. 196-Discontinuance of Aid to South Vietnam. 35-28
S.J. Res. 201- Make October Co-op Month 35-29
S. Res. 204-Condemnation of persecution of Jews in Russia 35-30
S.J. Res. 206-For the relief of Jim Donahue. 35-31
S. 283 Amend Small Reclamation Projects Act of 1956. 35-32
S. 289. Peace Corps Medal. 35-33
S. Res. 295. Disarmament 35-34
S. Res. 297-Rules Change. 35-35
S. Res. 305-Poverty Committee. 35-36
S. 330. Provide after expiration of Korean conflict veteran education and training program. 35-37
S. 331-Veteran affairs may contact for the hospital and medical care  35-38
S. 349-Relief of Kensal School District 35-39
S. 350-Amend Federal Power Act-Transmission of electric energy in interstate commerce. 35-40
S. 397- Repeal tax on transfer of silver bullion 35-41
S. 433 Federal  assistance for construction by public school districts of classroom Ind.  Ch. 35-42
S. 521- Education opportunities for migrant agricultural. employees. 35-43
S. 522-Establish a Children's Bureau to care for  children of migratory workers 35-44
S. 523. Amend fair labor St. Act 1938 to extend child labor provisions in agriculture 35-45
S. 524-Provide for registration of contractors of migratory agric. workers. 35-46
S. 525- National Council on Migratory Labor. 35-47
S. 526-Program to assist farmers in providing adequate sanitation for migratory laborers. 35-48
S. 536. Donate to Devils Lake Sioux Tribe approximately 275 and 74/100 acres federal owned land. 35-49
S. 537-Amend Leg. Reorganization Act  of 1946 for more effective evaluation of fiscal reg. 35-50
S. 562. Establish a National Advisory Commission on Interstate Crime 35-51
S. 566-Amend. Watershed Protection of Flood Act includes Structure of 12,500 acre-feet 1-1
S. 567. Aloysious Ming-Che Han. 1-2
S. 572-Amend Federal Property Admin. Services Act. 1-3
S. 580. To strengthen and improve educational quality and educational opportunities. 1-4
   
(2.) Senate Bills 1967-68  
S. 601-S. 700 190-1
S. 701-S. 800 190-2
S. 801-S. 900 190-3
S. 901-S. 1000 190-4
S. 1001-S. 1100 190-5
S. 1101-S. 1200 190-6
S. 1201-S. 1300 190-7
S. 1301-S. 1400 190-8
S. 1401-S. 1500 190-9
S. 1501-S. 1600 190-10
S. 1601-S. 1700 190-11
S. 1701-S. 1800 190-12
S. 1801-S. 1900 190-13
S. 1901-S. 2000 190-14
S. 2001-S. 2100 190-15
S. 2101-S. 2200 190-16
S. 2201-S. 2300 190-17
S. 2301-S. 2400 190-18
S. 2401-S. 2500 190-19
S. 2501-S. 2600 11-1
S. 2601-S. 2700 11-2
S. 2701-S. 2800 11-3
S. 2801-S. 2900 11-4
S. 2901-S. 3000 11-5
S. 1006-Assist in road bank erosion control of state and county highways. (Nelson and Long of Mo.) 152-1
S. 1035-Protect Constitutional rights and privacy of government employees (Erwin)          152-2
S. 1072-To clarify status of National Guard Technicians (Monroney) 152-3
S. 1181-Exempt member of Armed Forces from service in Combat zone if sole surviving son of a family (Inouye) 152-4
S. 1213-Provide for a study with respect to establishing national service system. (Brewster) 152-5
S. 1263-Grant a Federal Charter to the Fair Campaign Practices Committee. 152-6
S. 1375-Renew star route contracts July 1, 1967 without regard to Service Contract Act of 1965.(Randolph) 152-7
S.  1401-To Amend the Land And Water Conservation fund Act of  1965.(Jackson)        152-8
S. 1423-To establish long-term cost-sharing  in small watershed developments (Eastland) 152-9
S. 1429-Authorize examination of water supply in western reclamation status. 152-10
S. 1567-Young Farmers Investment Act of 1967. (Nelson) 152-11
S. 1588-Revise quota-control system on imports of certain meat and meat products. (Husk) 152-12
S. 1600-To assure safety and effectiveness of new animal drugs. (Hill) 152-13
S. 1681. Provide for disability benefits to the blind regardless of income (Harked) 152-14
S. 1700-To provide an allotment of $100,000 for adult Basic Education in each state. (Bible) 152-15
S.   1713-Remove and control pollution in public lakes. (Mondale) 152-16
S. 1726-Amend Anti-dumping Act of 1921.(Hartke) 152-17
S. 1736-Establish programs of work-study cooperative education (Hartke) 152-18
S. 1789-Authorize demonstration projects to help criminal offenders through VISTA and Teachers Corps. (Kennedy-N.Y.) 152-19
S. 1843-Establish rights for individuals in their relations with Indian Tribes  (Erwin) 152-20
S. 1796-Impose quotas on-importation of certain textile articles. (Hollings) 152-21
S. 1853- Provide for special controls and restrictions on the sale of handguns. 152-22
S.  1854-Amend Firearms Act to include rockets, bazookas, heavy field artillery, etc. (Hruska) 152-23
S. 1904-Add Highway #83 to National System on Interstate and Defense Highways. (Young) N.D. 152-24
S. 1971-FHA Loans to cooperatives.  (Moss of Utah) 152-25
S. 2040-Assist in erosion control of slate and county roads. 152-26
S. 2134-Encourage development of new job-creating industries in rural areas. (Pearson) 152-27
S. 2206-Establish National Commission on new Technological uses of Copyrighted Works. (McClellan) 152-28
S. 2332-Establsih a Legislative quota on oil imports.   (Long of La.) 152-29
S. 2333-Provide certain benefits to postal workers who are required to transfer to new duty stations. (McGee) 152-30
S. 2388 Amendment 324-Insure 40% of male enrollees are assigned to conservation centers under Job Corps. 152-31
S. 2527-Encourage the movement of butter into domestic commercial markets, (Mondale) 152-32
S.   2648. 152-33
S. 2709-Authorize assumption by various states of civil and criminal jurisdiction over cases arising on Indian Reservations   152-34
S. 2743-Provide for reserve stocks of agricultural  commodities by producers and the CCC (Monroney) 152-35
S. 2822 -Insure protection of public interest in rail merger proceedings. (Metcalf) 152-37
S. 2910-Provide encouragement to veterans to pursue a public Service career in deprived areas. (Yarborough) 152-38
S. 2911-Improve vocational rehabilitation training for service connected veterans. (Yarborough) 152-39
S. 2936-Coverage of  certain drugs under Social security Act (Montoya) 152-40
S. 2937-Increase home loan guaranty entitlement for veterans from $7,500 to $10,000. (Kennedy, Mass) 152-41
S. 3149-Allow Union Labor and their employees to work together to promote their joint industry (Yarborough) 152-42
S. 3187-Authorize REA loans for new electric plant for Guam (Metcalf) 152-43
S. 3304-Authorize Bureau of Prisons to assist state and local governments in improvement of their correctional systems (Long) 152-44
S. 3330-Electric power plant sitting Act of 1968. (Kennedy of Mass.) 152-45
S. 3410-Establlsh commission to study freight rates for farm products (Burdick)    152-46
S. 3727-Establish Commission on air traffic Control. (Brooke) 152-47
S. 3868-Amend Revised Organic Act of Virgin Islands regarding land grant colleges (Moss) 152-48
S. 3869-Amend revised organic Act of Guam regarding land grant colleges. (Moss) 152-49
S. 1- S. 100 152-50
S. 101- S. 200. 153-1
S. 201- S. 300 153-2
S. 301- S. 400 153-3
S. 401- S. 500 153-4
S. 501- S. 600 153-5
S. 518 153-6
S. 518 153-7
S. 518 153-8
S. 518 153-9
S. 518 Alphabetical, 78th Congress, second session, 1962 153-10
H.R. 7977 158-1
H.R. 14001-H.R. 16000 158-2
Firearms 158-3
Firearms 158-4
88th Congress 158-5
Gun Control 158-6

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