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|
|1934-1935||Not included in Congressional documents|
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