Reports, National Munitions Control Board (NMC 1.1:)

The National Munitions Control Board was established in 1935 as an independent agency consisting of the Secretaries of State, War, the Treasury, the Navy, and Commerce. The Board had powers to impose registration and licensing requirements on arms and munitions importers and exporters, as well as to issue licenses to those exporters subject to control. The Board was abolished in 1941, and its functions were transferred to the Economic Defense Board and the Board of Economic Operations. The reports of the Board were published annually from 1936 through 1939, and in 1940, two semiannual reports were released; all were printed in the U. S. Congressional Serial Set. (Andriot 627, NARA web site)

Date Congress Session Type Volume Number Serial Set Volume
1936 75th 1st H.doc. 19 10 10126 pt.
1937 75th 3rd H.doc. 15 465 10264 pt.
1938 76th 1st H.doc. 29 92 10348 pt.
1939 76th 3rd H.doc. 2 536 10476
Jan.-June 1940 76th 3rd H.doc. 22 876 10496
July-Dec. 1940 77th 1st H.doc. 4 127 10581
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