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LIBRARY Room No. 2 1 black-marble clock.

1 green carpet rug. 1 porcelain cuspidor.

2 mahogany add leather revolving desk 4 wastebaskets.

chairs. 1 pencil sharpener.

2 mahogany revolving desk chairs. 2 droplights.

5 bent-wood cane-seat chairs. 2 typewriter support desks.

1 stepladder. 3 small mahogany tables.

3 rubber typewriter covers. 3 mahogany flat-top typewriter desks. 2 metal typewriter stands. 1 mahogany roll-top desk.

1 Underwood typewriter, 2037487-5. 1 2-drawer card-index cabinet.

1 Underwood typewriter, 2081607-5. 1 small rug.

1 Underwood typewriter, 1791459-5. 1 porcelain umbrella stand.

UPPER Room 1 old water cooler and stand.

1 old letterpress. 4 soap dishes.

1 screen. 1 feather duster.

2 droplights. 3 cuspidors.

3 wooden steps. 1 truck.

2 pieces carpet. 6 stepladders.

2 carpet rugs. 1 rubber typewriter cover.

1 vacuum carpet cleaner. 3 straw brooms.

1 metal typewriter stand. 2 hair brooms.

3 clocks. 3 tin buckets.

1 small table. 1 wooden mop bucket.

2 old mahogany and glass bookcases. 2 dust pans and brushes.

Steel shelving and glass bookcases. 1 basin.

1 4-foot drawer card-index cabinet. 2 wastebaskets.

1 1-section oak file cabinet. 1 small marble-top table.

1 mahogany revolving desk chair. 2 electric fans.

2 redwood file boxes. 2 old carpet sweepers.

1 mahogany clothes tree. 1 old leather couch.

3 revolving desk chairs. 1 velvet cushion.

1 oak revolving stool. 1 pencil sharpener.

2 cane-seat chairs. 1 typewriter chair.

2 oak wardrobes. 1 old, uncovered couch.

1 narrow oak hatrack with mirror. 3 table desks.

1 old gilt-frame mirror. 1 metal table.

1 typewriter table. 1 6-foot walnut table.

1 3-section bookcase and base. 1 large leather chair.

1 electric flexible-arm portable light. 1 mahogany roll-top desk.

1 Underwood typewriter 1253750–5. 1 small table desk.

DOCUMENT ROOM 1 8-day calendar clock.

2 mahogany and leather revolving 1 walnut revolving bookcase.

desk chairs. 6 stepladders.

1 willow hamper. 3 orchestra electric lights.

9 step stools. 1 truck.

4 wastebaskets. 1 carpet sweeper.

2 water buckets. 1 hair broom.

1 plush portière and pole. 1 water cooler and stand.

2 mahogany roll-top desks. 1 thermometer.

2 mahogany flat-top desks. 3 cuspidors.

1 mahogany flat-top typewriter desk. 4 steel baskets.

2 oak flat-top typewriter desks. 1 small oak table.

1 small folding table. 2 metal tables.

1 walnut roll-top desk. 2 oak and leather revolving chairs.

1 soap dish. 2 leather-covered arm and straight 1 mahogany cane-seat chair. chairs.

1 Underwood portable typewriter 4B 5 bent-wood cane-seat chairs.

995. 1 mahogany and leather revolving 1 Underwood typewriter 2126760-5. chair.

1 L. C. Smith typewriter 547424-8. 1 steel wardrobe. 1 30-drawer mahogany card-index file

cabinet and base.

STOREROOMS 11, 38, AND 42

1 steel shelf.
3 old cases.
2 mahogany file and bookcases.
1 set pigeonholes.
1 lot old metal file boxes.
1 walnut clock case.
1 marble clock.
1 old velvet rug.
4 stepladders.
2 wastebaskets.
2 droplights.
1 old mirrar.
2 old plated pitchers.
2 cuspidors.
2 large oak roll-top desks.
1 electric fan.
1 old leather sofa.
1 oak table, cloth top.
1 stuffed leather rocking chair.

1 walnut bill case.
2 electric fans.
1 pillow.
1 desk top, cloth covered.
1 old mahogany writing

desk.
2 oak extension tables.
3 leather-seat arm chairs.
1 wicker rocker.
3 old walnut and leather chairs.
1 old green leather chair.
1 oak revolving chair.
1 mahogany and leather revolving desk

chair.
2 oak and cane revolving chairs.
1 old leather sofa.
1 leather sofa and cover.
1 bent-wood chair.
1 small table.
1 old vacuum cleaner.

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE KEEPER OF STATIONERY FOR THE

FISCAL YEAR 1927

Financial statement of the stationery room for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1927 Stationery on hand July 1, 1926.

$24, 523. 30 Purchases in the fiscal year of 1927..

24, 703. 58

49, 226. 88

Supplies furnished to Senators...
Supplies furnished to committees, etc.
Cash sales.---
Inventory of July 1, 1927.

11, 126.00 4, 270. 93 5, 719. 30 28, 110. 65

49, 226. 88

INVENTORY

Awls..

$18. 75 Fillers, loose leaf..Binders, loose leaf..

712. 31 Ink, Books, record, account, etc. 1, 156. 09 Ink eradicator.Bands, rubber..

166. 65 Indices, loose leaf. Brief cases..

398. 00 Index tabs Brushes

61. 67 Inkstands.. Blotters, hand.

14. 65 Ink pads. Book ends..

8. 25 Knives.. Binder straps

124. 01

Knife cases. Baskets, waste

225. 45 Leatheropes. Band daters.

$760, 96 858. 88

8. 40 168. 85 13. 60 59. 70

41. 98 2, 676. 20

3. 68 640. 05 67. 79

32. 27

Lead, pencil... Cards, assorted.

189. 55 Labels, gummed.. Card cases.

74. 60

Letter openers. Cups, sponge

3. 10 Matches. Clips.

125. 58 Mailing tubes.. Calendar pads--

42. 45 Mail boxes.. Calendar stands...

24. 85 Muscilage. Correspondence cards_

237. 65 Muscilage cups.Desk pads---

23. 40 Moisterners, letterDesk sets..

334. 30 Oil, typewriter Envelopes

4, 262, 45

Oil cans. Erasers..

17. 40 Oielettes. Eye shades

3. 75 Pen points... Files and filing devices.. 230. 44 Pens, fountain...

8. 52 25. 35 315. 69 83. 40

6. 02 33. 60

. 90 35. 30 7. 41 7. 80

5. 63 705. 26 2, 524. 65

Pencils, automatic.
Pencils, lead....
Pen holders...
Paper, typewriting.
Paperteries.
Paper, carbon.
Paper, stenotype.
Paper, gummed.
Paste
Pumice..
Paper, blotting-
Punches, paper.
Photomailers.
Paper, wrapping.
Pins.
Pads, scratch...
Paper, toilet...
Ribbons, typewriter.
Ruleri..

$686. 75 Sharpeners, pencil...

$19. 80 545. 17 Steel erasers.

13. 95 162. 61 Strings, binding.

2. 65 3, 451. 22 Scales, postal...

14. 60 1, 279. 24 Stationery racks.

5. 88 321. 25 Sponges.

4. 90 40. 05 Scissors and shears.

236. 65 3. 80 Stapling machines..

228. 75 255. 45 | Staples..

116. 20 . 23 Shipping tags.

11. 57 304. 50 Tape, mending

3. 20 72. 85 Tape, binding

6. 30 148. 18 Trays, desk.--

76. 18 169. 35 Tissue...

7. 20 52. 66 Type cleaner..

18. 35 168. 08 Twine.-

742. 16 379. 00 Wax, sealing

10. 75 838. 00 Miscellaneous

127. 09 39. 34

FERD W. PARKER, Keeper of Stationery, United States Senate.

O

PROPERTY REPORT

OF THE

SERGEANT AT ARMS OF THE SENATE

LETTER FROM
THE SERGEANT AT ARMS OF THE

UNITED STATES SENATE

TRANSMITTING PURSUANT TO LAW A FULL AND
COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF ALL PROPERTY IN
HIS POSSESSION AND IN THE SENATE
OFFICE BUILDING BELONGING TO
THE UNITED STATES SENATE

DECEMBER 1, 1927

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DECEMBER 6 (calendar day, DECEMBER 9), 1927.-Ordered to

lie on the table and to be printed

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON

LETTER OF SUBMITTAL

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

Washington, D. C., December 5, 1927. Hon. CHARLES G. DAWES,

President of the Senate. SIR: I have the honor to submit herewith a full and complete account of all the property in my possession and in the Senate Office Building belonging to the United States Senate. Very respectfully.

DAVID S. BARRY,

Sergeant at Arms. I

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