Annual Reports, Shipping Board (SB 1.1: and C 27.1:)

The Shipping Board was created in 1916 by Congress. In 1933, the independent Board was abolished, and its functions were transferred to the new Shipping Board Bureau within the Department of Commerce. It remained there only until 1936, when the Bureau was abolished and its functions were transferred to the United States Maritime Commission. The annual reports began with the 1917 report and remained under the SB 1.1: class until 1933, when they were reclassed under the C 27.1: Commerce class.


1916-1933 SB 1.1: Shipping Board
1933-1936 C 27.1: Shipping Board Bureau, Department of Commerce

(Andriot 149, 689)

Date Congress Session Type Volume Number Serial Set Volume
1917 65th 2nd H.doc. 113 394 7443 pt.
1918 65th 3rd H.doc. 99 1446 7568
1919 66th 2nd H.doc. 87 435 7758
1920 66th 3rd H.doc. 98 887 7892
1921 67th 2nd H.doc. 104 227 8092
1922 67th 3rd H.doc. 43 407 8149
1923 68th 1st H.doc. 114 78 8375
1924 68th 2nd H.doc. 93 450 8511
1925 69th 1st H.doc. 111 92 8672
1926 69th 2nd H.doc. 96 533 8812
1927 70th 1st H.doc. 85 21 8959
1928 70th 2nd H.doc. 102 360 9105
1929 71st 2nd H.doc. 87 191 9310
1930 71st 3rd H.doc. 115 534 9465
1931 72nd 1st H.doc. 107 16 9631
1932 72nd 2nd H.doc. 61 416 9729
1933 73rd 2nd H.doc. 70 124 9874 pt.
1934-1935 Not included in Congressional documents
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