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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
        Page ii
    Foreword
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Table of Contents
        Page v
        Page vi
    Employment act of 1946, as amended, with related laws
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Rules of the Joint Economic Committee
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Current membership of the Joint Economic Committee and its subcommittees, 95th Congress, 2d session
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Membership of the Joint Economic Committee, 1946 to 1976
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    Back Cover
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J',iNT .t'ONrN MIC '(.2.c ITII I-


(Created pursuant to sec. 5(a) of Public Law 304, 79th Cong.)
RICHARD BOLLING, Missouri, Chairman
I.I.)YID Il:NTSI:N, Texa-, Vice ('airiin I,,
I ,L'SI: OF REPRESENTATIVES SENATE
HIIENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama
WILLIAMI S. MOORHEAD, Pennsylvania WILLIAM PROXMIRE, Wisconsin
LE H. HAIMILTON, Indiana ABRAHAM RIBICOFF, Connecticut
4,;I.IS W. LONG. Louisiana EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
I'.I1:I:N J, MIITCll:I.I., Nar.liawl GEORGEi: MrGOV N, South .Dakita
CI.AI:ENCE J. BROWN. Ohio JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
GAIlY BROWN, Michigan WILLIAM V. ROTH. Jt., Delaware
MAI;(;ARI:Tr 3., HICKLER. Massachusetts JAMES A. McCLURE, Idaho
JI1.N 11. lwt%S6L5yT, Callfognia ORRIN G. HATCH, Utah
'JUIN R. STARK, Exrecutirve Director
Lours C. KRATrHorFF II, Assistant Director
RICHAnrDF. KACFrMAN, General Counsel


G. '1yJOMAS CATO
\VIL[.[.I A. Cox
"'IJii..i 'Ah S ] )I' &i BC I:,
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ECONOMISTS
I Mr, EIaT D. HAaRIN
KEPT IL. HranEs
C LODOT:GLAS Lsz


PHIr.tP McMiARnN
Dv.or.ii NORI J.i 31 ATZ
GEORGE R. TYLEa


MINORITY


CHARLES I. Br.ADiroD .STEPHEN J. ENTIN
M. CATHERINE MILLER


GIcnRGBp D. KRUMBHAAR, Jr.
MAiK R. POLICINSKI


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FOREWORD


Presented herewith for the convenience of members of the Joint
Economic Committee and other interested persons are the Employ-
ment Act of 1946, as amended, with related laws, and the Rules of the
Joint Economic Committee.
The Employment Act of 1946 was approved February 20, 1946 (60
Stat. 23). The act as printed herein includes amendments and addi-
tions through May 1967. The related joint resolution of June 23, 1949
(63 Stat. 264), which is also shown herein, is not a part of the act.
Parenthetical references at the end of each section indicate where the
section is carried in the United States Code.


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CONTENTS

Page
Foreword --------------- ni
Employment Act of 1946, as amended, with related laws----------------- 1
Short title--------------------------------------------------- 1
Declaration of policy-------------------------------- --------- 1
Economic Report of the President--------------------- ----------- 1
Council of Economic Advisers to the President---------------------- 2
Joint Economic Committee------------------------------------- 4
Joint resolution of June 23, 1949--------------------------------- 5
Rules of the Joint Economic Committee---------------------- -------- 7
Current membership of the Joint Economic Committee and its subcom-
miittees, 95th Congress, 2d session ---------------------------------- 11
Membership of the Joint Economic Committee, 1946 to 1976 ------------- 13
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EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1946, AS AMENDED, WITH
RELATED LAWS

(60 Stat. 23)

[PUBLIC LAW 304--79TH CONGRESS]
AN ACT To declare a national policy on employment, production, and purchasing power,
and for other purposes
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled,

SHORT TITLE
SECTION 1. This Act may be cited as the "Employment Act of
1946".
DECLARATION OF POLICY
SEC. 2. The Congress hereby declares that it is the continuing policy
and responsibility of the Federal Government to use all practicable
means consistent with its needs and obligations and other essential
considerations of national policy, with the assistance and cooperation
of industry, agriculture, labor, and State and local governments, to
considerations of national policy, with the assistance and cooperation
purpose of creating and maintaining, in a manner calculated to
foster and promote free competitive enterprise and the general wel-
fare, conditions under which there will be afforded useful employment
opportunities, including self-employment for those able, willing, and
seeking to work, and to promote maximum employment, production,
and purchasing power. (15 U.S.C. 1021.)

ECOMOMIIC REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
SEC. 3. (a) The President shall transmit to the Congress not later
than January 20 of each year an economic report (hereinafter called
the "Economic Report") setting forth (1) the levels of employment,
production, and purchasing power obtaining in the United States and
such levels needed to carry out the policy declared in section 2; (2)
current and foreseeable trends in the levels of employment, produc-
tion, and purchasing power; (3) a review of the economic program of
the Federal Government and a review of economic conditions affect-
ing employment in the United States or any considerable portion
thereof during the preceding year and of their effect upon employ-
ment, production, and purchasing power; (4) a program for carrying
out the policy declared in section 2, together with such recommenda-
tions for legislation as he may deem necessary or desirable.
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HISTORICAL NOTE
1:',.-, Anii'ndmcnt.-Subsectin (a) amended June IS, 1956. by Public Law
1 '-.1. vited to text. by striking out "'at the beginning of each regular session
(',,rnr'Iiiciiig with the year 1917)." In the original Act, before amendments,
this ruad: "wiLthin sixty days after the beginning of each regular session
(Poinmencinz with the year 1947)". This was changed to "at the beginning
iif eah regular session" in the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946.
P'ullic Law 79-601. August 2. 1946.
(1)) Tle Pre-ilent Ilmay transmit from time to time to the Congress
report ipph''ii('iet:iry to the Econoinic Report, each of which shall
inrlijile -1rli -IIppIlelvlentary or revised recommendations as he may
dtI. ii. .,-; ,iN or01 d'',-iral)le to achieve the policy declared in section 2.
(c) The Economic Report, and all supplementary reports trans-
Jnittt.d indl1r su-i).-ection (b) of this section shall, whenn transmitted
to (',iie.- be referred to the Joint Committee created by section 5.
(15 I .S.C. 10O2.)

COUNCIL. OF I:<',NO'.IC ADVIs :TS TO Triii;I PRESIDENT
S:c.. 4. (a) There is hereby created in the Executive Office of the
lPresident :i Council of Economic Advisers (hereinafter called tlhe
"Coui-iil"). The Council shall be composed of three members who
shall be appminted by the President, by and with tlIe advice and
co(1T-,ent of tlie Seiate, and each of whom shall be a person whlio, as a
result of lis training, experience, and attainments is exceptionally
qualiliud to analyze and interpret economic developments, to appraise
programs and activities of the Government in the light of the policy
declared in section 2, and to formulate and reconimend national
economic policy to promote employment, production, and purchasing
power under free competitive enterprise. The President sliall designate
one of the members of the Council as Chairman.
(b) The Council is authorized to employ, and fix the compensation
of, such specialists and other experts as may be necessary for the
carrymin out of its functions under this Act, without regard to the
,ivif service laws and the Classification Act of 19419,1 as amended, and
is authorized, subject to the civil service laws, to employ such other
)flfie'r- mnd employees as may lI)e necessary for carrying olut its func-
tions under this Act, and fix their compensation in accordance with
the Clascification Act of 1949, as amended.
(c) It shall be thle duty and function of tlhe Council-
(1) to assist and advise the President in the preparation of the
Economic Report;
(2) to gather timely and authoritative information concerning
economic, developments and economic trends, both current and
prospective, to analyze and interpret such information in the
li!hbt of the policy declared in section 2 for the purpose of deter-
mining whether such developments and trends are interfering
or are likely to interfere, with the achievement of such policy, and
to ,,mipilt' :ind i.lilit to the ',resident -Idie- relatiu.,g to s(uch
developments and trends;
SOri :'ini : I 1 n fii'n,( ,n Act of 1922. This act w.,; completely rewritten In 1949, Public
Law .1-24S, Oct. S. 1,l'.








(3) to apprli i-e the various proiLrams and act i' iii .- of the
Federal Government in the light of the policy declared in -' .,tion
2 for the purpose of determining the extent to which such pro-
rana and activi ties are contributing, and the extent to vwhich
they are not contributing, to the achievement of such policy and
to make recommendations to the Pioesident with .-pt f l0.ceto:
(4) to develop and reconmiiend to the Pro.-ident niation:l eco-
nomic policies to fi-er and promote free competitive enterprise.
to avoid economic fluctuations or to diminish the effects thereof.
and to maintain employment, production, and( purcba-in" power:
(5) to m: ke and :fl ni-I such studies, 1-,ports thereon. und
recommendations with respect to matters of IFederal economic
policy and legislation as the Precident may request.
HIST-0RICAL NOTE
The original Act, before amend.jients. r(:id : "The President sl.all esinat
on(L of the members of the Cnnrn-il as chairman and one as vice-chair:,.ii,
who shall act as chairnmn in the alPin(v of the ch.iirmfa:. This was sub-
sequently ilbanged by Reor;aniz:ttiorn Plan No. 9 of 1953 as follows:
"The function ve.-td in the Council of E>onomic Advisers by se(liol
4(b) of the Emiloyme-nt Act of 194-16 (60 St:'t. 24), and ,)so much of the func-
tions v'-sted in th:e Council by ep'tion 4(c) of that Act as ,.'*ists of rep)ortin '
to the President with respect to any function of the Council under the -:,*id
section 4(c), are hereby transferred to the Chairman of the Council of !:,o-
nomic Advisers. The position of Vice Chairman of the Counc(il of 1 ,,onomic
Adviser', provided for in the last ^,ntence of section 4 (a) of the iid Act. is
hereby abolished."
(Prepared by the President and transmitted to the Se-;ite and the I'ie
of Representritives in Con-r'-,,s assemll,-d, June 1, 1.9.-, pursuant to the
provisions of the Reorainization Act of 1.49, as amended.)
(d) The Council shall make an annual report to the President in
December of each year.
(e) In exercising its powers, functions, and duties under this Act-
(1) the Council may constitute such advisory committees and
may consult with such representatives of industry, agriculture,
labor, consumers, State and local governments, and other group,-s
as it deems advisable;
(2) the Council shall, to the fullest extent possible, utilize the
services, facilities, and infornn tion includingc statistic-al infor-
mation) of other Government agencies as well as of private re-
search agencies, in order that duplication of effort and expense
may be avoided.
(f) To enable the Council to exercise its powers, functions, and
duties under this Act, there are authorized to be appropriated such
suns as may be neeanry. (15 U.S.C. 1023.)
HISTORICAL NOTE
1961 Am( pdmicnt.-Subsect ion (f) amended Junie 16. 1Pif1. by Pulie Law
87-4-), cited to text. by striking' out "To enable the Council to exer.'i, its
lwers, functions, and duties undtr this Act, there are authorized to t-
aiiipropriated (eyIoept for th, salaries of the mniember. and the .i, .ri. of
officers and employees of the Cune-il) such sums as may be nei.,-"-.,;y. For
the salaries of the mn(mi(ers and the s:ilaries of offers and empl.., '.yi of the
Council, there is authorized to be appirnri' ted not ex', edir: rw ; L5.0(0 in
the agr'-&nte for each ficil year."


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PlrEtiIlcIt I f the S. i:iti,, :1111 tt'll i-Mehiil,"eW ': (f llit I lIii(-V of Rcpite-
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;I ii l ins \r li vi i lie i,:lil '"Jiit t'rci itn t tee o itI lIII E r ,iit l ;in" Ie p) rt"
arp1.'irN i ;tipiviitlrl to li, fiir 1 t,, tiht, for"'(- iii''1 v'lltlI,;e in tlie l:.111V of thei
J.ilit C('i,!iiIi lI,,, (0:( '1:t _I. _5: '...C. 102-I) Public T.'iw s-1 5!I J lm e IS.
:.7A .1 i/i')a'flmt.-- St,.-tioni 5(n) anme ed liy IPnljlic L.iw 9)0 2, .Taimary
25.. lin67, ci ,,1 to t.\t. Tli, i,,ijri:til Ac't ir)vitI'li that "Thit party repre-
.clit, it'il i ,ll tilt, j itnt c.,iiitte slihill ;is i ';:irly ai mii y lic fv f usile reflect
th, r-cl:iti\ve tn,.il'Tr-lip or teliv majority :mitid minority limrilt's in the Senmite
;I!il I[,u'ii (if lhej.r'.,ti:Itiw'.-," -ltl h' S' ii.ati, ;iTci ,e l ;" oTi'!i r' of thi' l1ini-' i)f Re:ir.'scntaIt iv,. This waS
.ha n d, to (hi-.lt ( ,i riii'r: ,f t1l, Sc'n:ilte :11il ci lg t M.erv livrs of tlhep IIouse of
Re[)pre-. It I;,ti v- with lie m i ,'ijrity In rty lw'in4 repre-cntt',l by 5 neini iers
:n,1 the iili,'rity ip:arty by 3 uinlhr,, in Pub)lic L:w s,-1, February 17,
] 959.
(b) It h1i:ihl 1l, tlhe fuii' lion of the joint ,oTnlii tc,-
(1) to i,:dke i c. i ioni il, study of m etters rielalinm to the Eco-
n o11iC Report:
(2) to 1timly iiwi,:e s of ,. ,ord(iti:1tintir p(',-'rins in order to fur-
ther t1, policy of thtis Act; 9nd
(3) :as a 1giide to tlie sevet:i coiiiiitt.es of flie Congress deal-
ing \ith ]('LriihtilOu rldtliii Lr to t'ne Economic Report, not later
than .Mafrcli 1. of each yrar (1,wirninig w iili the ye:ir 19-17) to
file ai report with t1h Senate mid the IHoui-e of Representatives
containiUrg it, findingrs :rid Trommend iioins with respect to each
of the M,:Iill Ii'ec: ;t,1iihic1:Iit ions tn:nle by the Prl'csi lr'nt in the Eco-
1nomic Re0l)rt, :ind from time to t itme to inntke such other reports
and 'reponi',undaition to tli:. Senate :tid Iros,",. of Representatives
aS it (dIeerli nldvi-:ible.
I HISTORICAL. No'iI
In the origiiitil :it. lil,'ort. niii. iiliiiii.l-. ti%4 rvid : "May L." 'Thls wN.'i changed
to "Febru:iiry 1" in t(li I.o'.:i-l.ti\,' It()or.i';iniz.tiion Act of 1fHl-. anl subsequently
to *"I'Marli 1" in Public Laiw .01 -l.'>15. F (c) V;c:Lnci<- in 11ii- mcline1,-hip of the joint committee 1 shall not
tffvct tie po \er if tie reliiiiiii,_ 17iiTlW-te to ext.l.,te lit functions
of the joint c(,1111mitttee. mnnd slbAi111 b. fille('I in the S:di, n( lynnelr as in
tlie ':se () f t]ip oriiml 1.1 4( election. T1Ie joi t-t committee shall select a
(hairman :id :1 vice chajiiim~ini fronm ;im onf its memiblviOs.
(d) TFli'. oiit c,.,nmittf,'. or :im v duliv :itthorizled .vilibolimnlittee
thelreof, i,; -ut m iorize(, to bold -n11 'lhi ii:1n,_, :Is it dooms advisablee.
aid. witliin tbe, limnit:Jti,'i- of it- :;ppropui:uti()ii.. the joint committee
is empowT,.rt,1 to ,IppI' t idl fix, the (co':i).n-:iti(mi of ,i experts.






consultants, technicia'.s, and cleri:l ; -i enogr i ssitants, to
procure such printing and binding, and to make such expenditures, as
it deems nec(.-ary and advi -ale. [Tihe cost of stenocrr: phic (-ervices
to report heariin.g-, of the joint committee, or any subcommniittee thereof,
shall not exceed 25 cents per hundred words.] The joint committee
is authorized to utilize the .-:.rvice>, information and facilitie.- of the
departments and esta ilishment- of the (Government. and also of pri-
vate research agencies.
111S'O R10C AL NOTE
Amended by Public Law S'- 024, Jhne 27, 190-G,; as follow-s: "Conmi !, -ation
for stenoLraishic ;,issistance of committee, paid out of the fore2going items
under 'Conting.nt. exp '.n- of the Senate' her'a'i r s',iall he comiputed
at such rates and in ac'-oriil;!zice with such regulations as iniy be pre-cribed
by the Committee on Rult and Adiuii:Ii.stration, notwithstanding, and with-
out reward to any orher provision of law." (70 Stat. 360.)
(e) To enable the joint committee to exercise its powers, functions,
and duties under this Act. there are aut-lorized to be appropriated for
each fiscal year such sums as may be nec(s-z;ry, to be disbursed by the
Secretary of the Senate on vouchers signed by the chairman or vice
chairman.
IIl--iORICALT, NOT! -
1964 Ami tdidz.tnt.-.e.t ion 5(e) amendc.l by Public Law 88-661, Octo-
,er 13, 1964, cited to text. In the orihial Act, before imn:i. ments, the appro-
priation authorization was ..50.000. This was changed to $125,000 in Public
Law 81-830, October 6, 1f I1..
Subsection (f) is no longer in eff-lt. having expired upon the cormpletion of
the investigation authori,:ied by Semite Concurrent Resolution 26 of the 81st
Congre-..

JOINT IR;'SOLUTION OF JUN.E 23, 1949
The Joint Economic Committee is authorized to i-szue a nmonthlv
publication entitled "Economic Indicators," and a sufficient quantity
shall be printed to furnish one copy to each Member of Congcre-s; the
Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate; the Clerk, Sergeant
at Arms, and Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives; two copies
to the libraries of the Senate and House, and the Congre:-ional Li-
brary; seven hundred copies to the Joint Economic Commnittee; and
the required number of copies to the Superintendent of Documents
for distribution to depository libraries; a nd the Superintendent of
Documents is authorized to have copi,.- printed for sale to the public.
(15 U.S.C. 1025.)








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RULES OF THE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE*

INULE 1. The rules of the Senate and House, insofar as they are
applicable, shall govern the committee and its subcommittees. The
rules of the committee, insofar as they are applicable, shall be the
rules of any subcommittee of the committee.
RULE 2. The meetings of the committee shall be held at such times
and in such places as the chairman may designate, or at such times as
a quorum of the committee may request in writing, with adequate
advance notice provided to all members of the committee. Subcom-
mittee meetings shall not be held when the full committee is meeting.
Where these rules require a vote of the members of the committee,
polling of members either in writing or by telephone shall not be per-
minitted to substitute for a vote taken at a committee meeting, unless
the rau1kiiig minority member assents to waiver of this requirement.
RULE 3. Ten members of the committee shall constitute a quorum.
A majority of the members of a subcommittee shall constitute a
quorum of such subcommittee.
RULE 4. Written or telegraphic proxies of committee members will
be received and recorded on any vote taken by the committee, except
at the organization meeting at the beginning of each Congress, or
for the purpose of creating a quorum.
RULE 5. The chairman may name standing or special subcommittees.
Any member of the committee shall have the privilege of sitting with
any subcommittee during its hearings or deliberations, and may par-
ticipate in such heai rings or deliberations, but no such member who
is not a member of the subcommittee shall vote on any matter before
such subcommittee.
RULE 6. The chairmanship and vice chairmanship of the committee
shall alternate between the House and the Senate by Congresses. The
sen ior member of the minority party in the House of Congress opposite
to that of the chairman shall be the ranking minority member of the
committee. In the event the House and Senate are under different
party control, the chairman and vice chairman shall represent the
majority party in their respective Houses.
RULE 7. Questions as to the order of business and the procedure
of the committee shall in the first instance be decided by the chair-
man, subject always to an appeal to the committee.
RULE 8. All hearings conducted by the committee or its subcom-
mittee.s shall be open to the public except where the committee or
subcommittee, as the case may be, by a majority vote orders an execu-
tive session. Whenever possible, all public hearings shall include some
SPssions held on the Senate side and some on the House side. House and
Senate Members shall alternate in order of seating and interrogation.
*As :iniendi1 ; oriciinolly appro\ ed Dec. 6, 1955.
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RLE .., S far a- p1ra, ticable ;ill wii C-se appka 1,ring before the
RULE (P. ti.M 1 %-N
committee -h: 11 til.1 advan.'e wittIn -tateI'nts of their proposed
testimony, and tliir ,ral ti.-tiiiin, v shall 1,e limi ited to brief sum-
arie.-. Brief izn-clin- of additional germc-an( mi.aterial will hle re-
eived for the record, subject to tlie approval of tlhe clhairi'man.
Rri.: 10. An accurate stenographic record shall be kept of all testi-
mony andl each witness provided with a copy thereof. Witnesses may
make change, in tVestinIonyV for the piirpo-e of correcting grammatical
errors, obv\Ois erio1r-0 of fact, and errors of tanscription. Brief sup-
ple nlleta.l mnat erial. w, n rIequIir'dl to clarify the transcript may be
insertetl in the niv'irrd :-ulij(Ct to tihe approval of the chairman. Wit-
nesses shall be allowed 3 days within which to correct and return
the transcript of tlhir te-tiniony. If not so returned. the clerk may
close the record whenever necessary.
RU-L: 11. E]ach me-mber of the committee shall be provided with
a copy of the hearings transcript for the purpose of correcting errors
of transcril)tion and gran'mmar, and clarifving questions or remarks.
If another person is authorized by a committee member to make his
corrections, the clerk shall lie so notified.
Members who have received unanimous consent to submit, written
Questions to witnesses shall be allowed 2 days within which to submit
tiese to the executive director for transmission to tlhe witnesses. The
record may be held open for a period not to exceed 1 week awaiting
responses by witnesses.
Rv.i. 12.' Testimony received in executive hearings shall not be
released or included in any report without the approval of a majority
of the committee.
R--rE 13. The chairman shall provide adequate time for question-
ing of witnesses by all members, and the rule of germaneness shall be
enforced in all hearings.
Ru-FLE 14. None of the hearings of the committee shall be telecast
or broadcast, whether directly or through such devices as wire record-
ings, wire tapes, motion pictures, or other mechanical means, if in
conflict with a rule or practice of the House on the side of the Capitol
where hearings are being held. If no general rule or practice prevails
in regard to such telecasts or broadcasts, none of the hearings of the
committee sliall 1o telecast or broadcast unless approved by a majority
of the members of the committee.
Telecasts or broadcasts of any such portion of hearings of the
committee :tas may include testimony of a witness, shall not be author-
ized if such witness objects to such telecast or broadcast: Provided,
That such witness shall be afforded the opportunity to make such
objection, if any, to tlie committee at a time when the proceedings are
not being telecast or broadlca't.
R in. 15. No committee report shall be made public or transmitted
to the Con_,ress without, the approval of a majority of the committee
except that. when the Congress has adjourned, subcommittees may by
majority vote an(1 with tlie express permission of the full committee
submit reports to tl.he full 'ommitteeffC aind simultaneously release same
to the public: IPr,'nrh d. That any TmemIIber of the committee may make
a report .supIplerpientar to or disse:ntingr from the majority report.
Suchl simpplomentarv or di-:ontinTL report' should be ai; brief as possi-








ble. Factual reports by the committee staff may be printed for the
distribution to committee members and the public only upon authori-
zation of the chairman of the full committee either with the approval
of a majority of the committee or with the consent of the ranking
minority member.
RULE 16. No summary of a committee report, prediction of the
contents of a report, or statement of conclusions concerning any in-
vestigation shall be made by a member of the committee or of the
committee staff prior to the issuance of a report of the committee.
RULE 17. There shall be kept a complete record of all committee
proceedings and action. The clerk of the committee, or a designated
member of the committee staff, shall act as recording secretary of all
proceedings before the committee and shall prepare and circulate to
all members of the committee the minutes of such proceedings. Min-
utes circulated will be considered approved unless objection is reg-
istered prior to the next committee meeting. The records of the
committee shall be open to all members of the committee.
RULE 18. The committee shall have a professional and clerical staff
under the supervision of an executive l director. The committee shall
appoint andl remove the executive director with the approval of not
less than ten members of the committee. Staff operating procedures
shall be determined by the executive director, with the approval of
the chairman of the committee, andl after notification to the ranking
minority member with respect to basic revisions. The executive direc-
tor, under tlhe general supervision of the chairman, is authorized to
deal directly with agencies of the Government and with non-Govern-
ment groups and individuals on behalf of the committee.
The professional members of the committee staff shall be appointed
and removed on the recommendation of the executive director with
approval by majority vote of the committee. The professional staff
members, including the executive director, shall be persons selected
without regard to political affiliations who, as a result of training,
experience, and attain ients, are exceptionally qualified to analyze
and interpret economic developments and programs. The clerical and
temporary staff shall be appointed and removed by the executive
director with the approval of the chairman, and after notification to
the ranking minority member. The committee staff shall serve all
members of the committee in an objective, nonpartisan manner. From
time to timnie, upon request, the executive director shall designate indi-
vidual members of the staff to assist subcommittees, individual
committee members, and the minority members. The staff, to the
extent possible, shall be organized along functional lines to permit
specialization.
RULE 19. Attendance at executive sessions shall be limited to mem-
bers of the committee and of the committee staff. Other persons whose
presence is requested or consented to by the committee may be
admitted to such sessions.
RULE 20. Selection of witnesses for committee hearings shall be
made lby the committee staff under the direction of the chairman. A
list of proposed witnes-es shall be submitted to the members of the
committee for review sufficiently in advance of the hearings to per-
mit suggestions by the committee members to receive appropriate
consideration.




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stdic individual. p~ tnrsliip, <'orpor~tt ion, or entity in cllnt,tioii within
any pending hearingr or as a part of -i duly authorized repo-t of the
comilnittei if -he ti.'-1 ,i Itet to Ithe p-l r(rutii:iuie of tl.-
filnctiois of the c.oliiiitlee ;and i- in lith public inter-est.












CURRENT MEMBERSHIP OF THE JOINT ECONOMIC COM-
MITTEE AND ITS SUBCOMMITTEES, 95TH CONGRESS,
2D SESSION
JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE

(Created pursuant to sec. 5(a) of Public Law 304, 79th Cong.)
Rihhard Bolling. Missouri, C(ha inn i,
Lloyd Beiit-tl. Texas, 'icc chairman n


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Henry S. Reuss, Wisconsin
William S. Moorhead, Pennsylvania
Lee H. Hamilton, Indiana
Gillis W. Long, Louisiana
Parren J. AIitchell, Maryland 1
Cla rence J. Brown, Ohio
Garry Brown, Michigan
Margaret M. Heckler, Massachusetts
John H. Rousselot, California


SENATE
John Sparkman, Alabama
William Proxmire, Wisconsin
Abraham Ribicoff, Connecticut
Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts
( 'eor-e MhcGovern. South I)akoita -'
Jacob K. Javits. New York
William V. Roth, Jr., Delaware
James A. Mc('lure. Idah():*
()rrin G. Hatch. Utah'


1 Appointed on Feb. 2:. 1978, to fill the vacancy created by the resi'-_'ittion of Kopre.senta-
tivf Pike.
SAppointed on Jan. 26, 1978. to fill the vacancy created by the death of Senator 11um-
phrey, vice ,.iairniaiii. Jan. 13, 1978.
Appointed Feb. 24, 1977.

SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERStIPI
FISCAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL POLICY
Richard Bolling. Missouri. (oria(ir.,,,l
William S. Moorhead, Pennsylvania. Cochlairman


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Henry S. Reuss, Wisconsin
Parren J. Mitchell, Maryland
Clarence J. Brown, Ohio
John H. Rousselot, California


SENATE
James A. McClure, Idaho


ECONOMIC GROWTH AND STABILIZATION
Lloyd Bentsen. Texas, Chairmaii


SENATE
Abraham Ribicoff, Connecticut
George McGovern, South Dakota
Jacob K. Javits. New York
William V. Roth, Jr., Delaware


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Richard Bolling. Missouri
Lee H. Hamilton, Indiana
G;i rry Brown, Michigan
Margaret MI. Heckler, Massachusetts


INTERNATIONAL EcoNoMIcs
Henry S. Reuss, Wisconsin, Cochairmnian
Gillis W. Long, Louisiana, Cochiairman


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
William S. Moorhead, Pennsylvania
Lee H. Hamilton, Indiana
Margaret M. Heckler, Massachusetts


SENATE
Abraham Ribicoff, Connecticut
John Sparkman, Alabama
(Geor'ue Mcih'overn. South DIk0t!a
William V. Roth, Jr., Delaware
Jacob K. Javits, New York
(11)







12

PRIIORITIES AND) ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT

William I'roxmire, Wisconsin. Chairman


SE: ATE
I.h4.yd I'Pefsen. Tex.s
Edward M. Kennedy-, Mlssan'ohliusetts
()rrin (;. llatch, l'tlah


IIOI'E OF REi'R!.i:SFNTATIVE.S
P'a'r,' T Mittihell. Mair laniil
Gairry Brown, .Michigan
John H-. Rousselot, California

ENfOGY


Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts, Chairman


S tNATE
Ju'hn Siarkl:ian. Alnibatua
Williami lProxmire. Wiscon.sin
James A. Mc('lure. Idaho
Orrin G. IHatc'h, Ut:hII


HOUlSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Gillis W. Long, Louisiana
Clarence J. Brown, Ohio












MEMBERSHIP OF THE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE,
1946 TO 1976

SEVENTY-NINTH CONGRESS (1946)
SENATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


Joseph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming
James M. Tunnell of Delaware
Abe Murdock of Utah
Francis J. Myers of Pennsylvania
Robert A. Taft of Ohio
Styles Bridges of New Hampshire
Robert M. La Follette, Jr., of Wisconsin


Edward J. Hart of New Jersey
Wright Patman of Texas
George E. Outland of California
Walter B. Huber of Ohio
George H. Bender of Ohio
Walter H. Judd of Minnesota
Robert F. Rich of Pennsylvania


NOTE.-House Members were appointed on Mar. 11, 1946, and Senate Members on July
2, 1946. No business was transacted in the 79th Congress. From the 79th through the 85th
Congresses the majority party was represented by four Senators and four Representatives
and the minority party by three Senators and three Representatives.

EIGHTIETH CONGRESS (1947 AND 1948)


SENATE
Robert A. Taft of Ohio, Chairman
Joseph H. Ball of Minnesota
Ralph E. Flanders of Vermont
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah
Joseph C. O'Mnihoney of Wyoming
Francis J. Myers of Pennsylvania
John Sparkman of Alabama


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Jesse P. Wolcott of Michigan,
Vice Chairman
George H. Bender of Ohio
Robert F. Rich of Pennsylvania
Christian A. Herter of Massachusetts1
Edward J. Hart of New Jersey
Wright Patman of Texas
Walter B. Huber of Ohio


1 Appointed on Apr. 17, 1947, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Representa-
tive Judd from the Joint Committee on the same date.
NoTE.-The following were appointed as temporary members of the Joint Ecornom!c
Committee to assist in the hearings on high prices of consumer goods pursuant to Senate
Concurrent Resolution 19, agreed to July 26, 1947:
Eastern Subcommittee:
Senator Raymond E. Baldwin of Connecticut
Representative Clarence E. Kilburn of New York
Mid-Continent Subcommittee:
Senator James P. Kem of Missouri
Representative Henry 0. Talle of Iowa
Western Subcommittee:
Senator Zales N. Ecton of Montana
Representative Walt Horan of Washington
Representative Norris Poulson of California

EIGHTY-FIRST CONGRESS (1949 AND 1950)


SENATE
Joseph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming,
Chairman
Francis J. Myers of Pennsylvania
John Sparkman of Alabama
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois
Robert A. Taft of Ohio
Ralph E. Flanders of Vermont
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Edward J. Hart of New Jersey,
Vice Chairman
Wright Patman of Texas
W'alter B. Huber of Ohio
Frank Buchanan of Pennsylvania
Jesse P. Wolcott of Michigan
Christian A. Herter of M.i-asi Robert F. Rich of Pennsylvauia
(13)







14

EIGHTY-St:COND C(.NGHRISS (1l951 AND 1952)


SE NAT '
.I,,-,'ili ('. (r .Mlil,,]n,.y ,,If \\'\,,in~iiLn .
"hairyian
J-'hn Spi arkman fit Ala:ilibama
l'.til 11. l)oughtlas of 1llinois
WVilliani Denton ,,f C',,ntiekticit
ltl,,- rt A. Taft ,,f 1 1ii,
lIt.illih E. Fl:aiiltrs of Vermiont
Art iiir V. W:atkin.s (if Utah


1IT'S1: OF RFPHF.SE.NTATrVFS
Edward J.1. Hart (if New Jersey,
Vice C'hairman
WVright I'atmian of Texas
Richard Bjolling of Missoumri
Clinton D. .McKinon tf California *
Jesse P. Wiilcntt oif Michigan
Chris-tian A. HItrtr of Massachusetts
J. Caleb Boggs of Delaware


S.\ri';'I-nled 11n June :1. 1951, to fill the vacancy created by the defith of Representative
I,'. i. J.in. Apr. 27, 1951.

I':I-;IIry-TiijR) CONGRESS (195:1 AND 19"4)


otit'SE ('F REPRESENTATIVES
Jes.;e P. ',n1c,-tt of Miclhigan, Chairman
R'li.inil M. Siiipsori of L'Pennsylvania
SIt-nry 0. TaIu le of Iowa
( ,ir.rIle l. I ind.r of tO)hio
: I%% ard J. Iiart of New Jersey
Wright Patuiau of Texas
Ri, hard Bolling of Missouri


SENATE
Ralph E. Fl:inders of Vermont,
Vice Chairman
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah
Barry Goldw\ater of Arizona
Frank Carlson of Kansas 1
John Sparkman of Alabama
Paul H. Douglas oif Illinois
J. W. Fl'ulbright of Arkansas


k Appointed (n Sept- 29, 1U53, to the existing vacancy due to the death of Senator Taft,
J.ly 31. 1953.

EIGIITY-FOURTYI CONGRESS (1955 AND 1956)


SENATE
Pl.il 1I. Douglas of Illinois, Chairman
J1!,ii S.parkman of Alabama
J. \W. I.ullrighit of Arkansas
Joselph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming
Rl.ilph E. Flanders of Vermont
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah
B.irry Goldwmter of Arizona


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas,
Vice Chairman
Richard Boiling of Missouri
Wilbur D. Mills of Arkansas
Augustine B. Kelley of Pennsylvania
Jesse P. Wolcott of Michigan
Henry 0. Talle of Iowa
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri


EIGIITY-FirTrn CONGRESS (1957 AND 1958)


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wrizht Patmian of Texas, Chairman
Richard Boiling of Missouri
Iale Bozgs of Louisiana I
I lenry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Henry 0. Talle of Iowa
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri
Cl ircnce E. Kilburn of New York


SENATE
John Sparkman of Alabama,
Vice Chairman
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
Joseph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming
Ralph E. Flanders of Vermont
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah
John D. Hoblitzell, Jr., of West
Vir.itiia "


I A.pp-iinted on Jan. 27, 1958, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Representative
N. l:,... Nov. 20. li.i7.
-Appointed on Feb. 17, 1958, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Repre-
se',.itiv. Mills from the Jiint Committee on Jan. 27, 195S.
S.\App"finrfd on Mar. 20. 1958. to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator
G. '.iv. .atr from the Joint Committee on the same date.







15

EIGHTY-SIXTH CONGRESS (1959 AND 1960)


SENATE
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois, Chairman
John Sparkman of Alabama
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
Joseph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming
John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts1
Prescott Bush of Connecticut
John Marshall Butler of Maryland
Jacob K. Javits of New York


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas,
Vice Chairman
Richard Boll ing of Missouri
Hale Boggs of Louisiana
Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Frank M. Coffin of Maine 2
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri
Clarence E. Kilburn of New York
William B. Widnall of New Jers,.y


Appointed on Mar. 19, 1959, under the provisions of Public Law 86-1, approved Feb.
17, 1:.59, which increased the membership of the Joint Committee from 14 to 16.
2 Appointed on Feb. 18. 1959, under the provisions of Public Law 86-1, approved Feb.
17, 1959, which increased the membership of the Joint Committee from 14 to 16.

EIGHTY-SEVENTHI CONGRESS (1961 AND 1962)


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas, Chairman
Richard Boiling of Missouri
Hale Boggs of Louisiana
Henry S. Reuss of Wiscon-i n
Martha W. Griffith.-s of Michigan
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri
Clarence E. Kilburn of New York
William B. Widnall of New Jersey


SENATE
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois,
Vice Chairman
John Sparkman of Alabama
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
William Proxmire of Wisconsin
Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island
Prescott Bush of Connecticut
John Marshall Butler of Maryland
Jacob K. Javits of New York


EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS (1963 AND 1964)


SENATE
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois, Chairman
John Sparkman of Alabama
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
William Proxmire of Wisconsin
Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island
Jacob K. Javits of New York
Jack Miller of Iowa
Len B. Jordan of Idaho


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Richard Boiling of Missouri,
Vice Chairman
Wright Patman of Texas
Hale Bogzs of Louisiana
Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Martha W. Griffiths of Michigan
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri
Clarence E. Kilburn of New York
William B. Widnall of New Jersoy


EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS (1965 AND 1966)


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas, Chairman
Richard Boiling of Missouri
Hale Bogars of Louisiana
Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Martha W. Griffiths of Michigan
Thomas B. Curtis of Missouri
William B. Widnall of New Jersey
Robert F. Ellsworth of Kansas'


SENATE
Paul H. Douglas of Illinois,
Vice Chairman
John Sparkman of Alabama
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
William Proxmire of Wisconsin
Herman E. Talmadge of Georgia 2
Jacob K. Javits of New York
Jack Miller of Iowa
Len B. Jordan of Idaho


1'Appointed on Feb. 8. 196.5.
2Appointed on Jan. 12, 1965, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator
Pell.







16

NI.'rn:TILT1 CONGRESS (1967 AND 1968)'


SENATE
Willi.iin l'roxmire of Wisconsin,
C h al i ri-n an
Jhin Sparkman of Alabama
.1. W. F'ullright of Arkansas
He'rmi:in l.. 'Talniadge of (;eirgia
Sruart Symliiigton of Mi.so iri3
A trar.iha. i RJbi-'of of C..iiw iie't ilut *
Ja,-A), K. Javits of New York
J:ai>k Miller of Iowa
Len I. .Jordan of Idahol
C'harle.s H. Percy of Illinois'


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas,
Vi'e Chairman
Ilichard Boiling of Missouri
Hale Boggs of Louisiana
Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Martha W. (Gritfiths of Michigan
William S. Moorhead of Pennsylvania'
Thomas IB. Curtis of Missouri
William B. Widniall of New Jersey
Donald Itninsfeld oft' Illiuois*
W. E. Brock, 3d. of Tenuessee'


t I'Pub!i- Law 90-2. Jan. 25. 1967, increasing membership of the Joint Committee.
A .\!,i' intel on Jan. 17, 1967.
SA -'iiO;it:i' l 1 J;in. 2o". 1 ;'>7.
4 A:,iNGRiES(l0 on Jan. 26'. 11i67.

N..E-'rTY-F1HST CONGRESS (1969 AND 1970)


IIO'SE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas, ChaGrmma
Rih.ird Boiling of Missouri
IIle Bgzs of Louisiana
I l.nry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
M:rli:irha W. Griffiths of Michigan
William S. Moorhead of Pennsylvania
Wi:niam B. Widnall of New Jersey
W. I:. Brovk. 3dl. of Tennessee
Barber B. Conalie, Jr., of New York
Cl.areouce J. Brown of Ohio1


SENATE
William Proxmire of Wisconsin,
Vice Chairman
John Sparkman of Alabama
J. W. Fuilbright of Arkansas
Herman E. Talmadge of Georgia
Stuart Symintton of Missouri
Abraham Rillicoff of Conneeticut
Jacob K. Javits of New York
Jack Miller of Iowa
L.nii B. Jordan of Idaho
Charles II. Plercy of Illinois


1 Api;-onit',l on June 11, 1;19, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Repre-

N.IN:'Y-So.xnD CoNGi.rss (1971 AND 1972)


SENATE
VOili.t:i Pr,,xmire of Wisconfsin,
('ha ir Inqn
John S',:arkimwn of Alanbama
J. W. Fullhri'.rlit of Arkansas
.Al!-; i:t rii RiTbi(cofT of (C'onne.licut
IIuiert II. Hlumipldirey of Minnie,,ta .
I.l,,'yd M. Btii i sei. Jr., of 'Ti-x s 1
J;ie,, I K. J.avits of Nvw York
J;. 'k3 Millir of Iiwa
'lh:i ril< IL Percy of Illinois
J:miim-. B. Pcarson of Kansa.is


t Appidntpd
A p1.\1!intpi
' r 'i t~


HOI'USE (OF RF.PRLSlNTA'IIVES
Wri.lht Patmian of Texas,
Vice 'h airmann
Ricihard Bollin.i of .Hiss.ouri
Ifitle Bh,,zs of Louiliana
Henry S. Rus% orf Wisconsin
Martha W. Griffithis 4f Michigan
William S. Moorhead of Pennsylvania
Williamn B. Widnall of New Jersey
Barber B. Conable, Jr., of New York
Clarence J. Brown of Ohio
Ben B. Blackburn of Georgia $


on Jan. 2.. 1971.
on I-Fb. 10, 1971.
on Feb. 23, 1971.









NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS (1973 AND 1974)


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Wright Patman of Texas, Chairman
Richard Boiling of Missouri
Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
Martha W. Griffiths of Michigan
William S. Moorhead of Pennsylvania
Hugh L. Carey of New York
William B. Widnall of New Jersey
Barber B. Conable, Jr., of New York
Clarence J. Brown of Ohio
Ben B. Blackburn of Georgia
1 Appointed on Feb. 1, 1973.
2 Appointed on Jan. 11, 1973.


SENATE
William Proxmire of Wisconsin,
Vice Chairman
John Sparkman of Alalbazna
J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas
Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut
Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesta
Lloyd M. Bentsen. Jr., of Texas
Jacob K. Javits of New York
Clha rules H. Percy of Illinois
Ja imes B. Pearson of Kansas
Richard S. Schweiker of Pennsylvania'


NINETY-FOURTII CONGRESS (1975 AND 1976)


SENATE


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, Richard Boiling of Missouri,
Chairman Vice Chli a irmn an.
John Sparkman of Alabama Henry S. Reuss of Wisconsin
William Proxmire of Wisconsin William S. Moorhead of Pennsylvania
Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut Lee H. Hamilton of Indiana '
Lloyd Bentsen of Texas Gillis W. Long of Louisiana'
Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts1 Otis G. Pike of New York 5
Jacob K. Javits of New York Clarence J. Brown of Ohio
Charles H. Percy of Illinois Garry Brown of Michigan '
Robert Taft, Jr., of Ohio Margaret M. Heckler of Massachusetts '
William V. Roth, Jr., of Delaware' John H. Rousselot of California
1 Appointed on Jan. 17, 1975.
2 Appointed on Jan. 17, 1975, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator
Pearson.
3 Appointed Sept. 22, 1976, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator
Fannin on the same date.
4 Appointed on Jan. 27, 1975.
5. Appointed Mar. 18, 1976, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Representative
Patman, vice chairman, Mar. 7, 1976.




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