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I1 Pensions--Continued V Spanish \\`ar——Continued Claim agents orattorneys. fees, p. 1211, §§ 361, 36E Commencement of pension. pp. 1210, 1211, §§ 359, 360- Dependent parents’ pensions, p. 1210, § 358 Loss of both feet, p. 1209, § 354 Loss of both hands, p, 1209, § 354. . Nurses’ pensions. D. 1210, § 358 _ Period of pensionable service, furloughs included, p 1210. S 360 _ Persons entitled to pensions, p. 2072, § 364 Rank in service not considered, p. 1211, § 362 -Sui·vivors entitled to pensions, p. 1209, §§ 351-353 Widows! pensions, 2072, § 364a \\‘idows` pensions, generally, pp. 1209, 1210, §§ 355-357 -—-— not governed by general statute, p. 1201,_§ 192 \\’itlih‘o1ding pension, penalty, p. 1211, §§ 361, 363 Special acts ’ — - ’ Pensions allowed by special acts not subject to general laws. p. 1192, §/28 - _ Right of pensioner under special act to receive addi-

 _ tional pension under general law, p. 1192, § 29 ~

of Suspension of payment for fraud in obtaining special E act, p. 1192, § 28 ’ Terinination of pension Abandonment of children by widow, p. 1202, § 200 Adulterous cohabitation by widows, p. 1261, § 199 immoral conduct by widow, p. 1202, § 200 Remarriage of dependent relatives. p. 1202, § 205 Widows, abandonment of children by widow, p. 1202. §·200 · . —---el’l`ect of immoral conduct, p. 1202, § 200 s K -—--remarriage of widow, pp. 1201, 1202, § 191. 205 Transfer of pension void, p. 1197, § 129 Trusses . ~ -Furnisl1ed by Government, p. 1204, §§ 247-250 . Furnished by World War Veterans’ Relief, p. 1221, § 479 » [vllt*ll1illl0(] ]`lt*llS10I1. Presumption of termination, p. 1194. § 53 Subsequentvright of restoration, p. 1194, § 53 Volunteers. right to pension, p. 1198, § 152 (3) \\’nr of 1812 \\`idows’ pensions after August 4. 1926, p. 2071, § 292 \\’itl1drawal of pension, notice to pensioner required, p. 1194, 5; ai · ’ Wounds received only in line of duty pensionable p. 1199. § 155 ‘ l’•·ona,·.;e See also t‘m2.n~ts Ann O1·`l·`llXSl·ZS Abolition, p. 125, § 56 Itringing kidnaped persons into United States, p. 498, § 446 Holding or returning persons to peonage, penalty, p. 497. § 444 » _ tlbstrueting eni'or<·ement of law against peonnge, p. 497. § 445 |’erl'umes Imported perfuxnes containing distilled spirits, tax on. p. 746, § 252 ' l’erjury or False swearing Naturaliz:1tio,n pro¢·eedin;·;s, p. 471. § 142 . Permit · See Pass Persia! ‘ Fonsular courts in Persia autliorized by treaty, p, 651, § 141: p. 655..§ 183 l _ linvoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, salary, p. 645, § 32 `

VD-’i'-¥ 2358 Person Corporations, associations, and partnerships as "persons" i within various statutes · · " Antitrust laws, p. 351, § 7; p. 352, § 12 China trade act, p. 367, _§_1~i2 Construction of statutes generally, p. 1, § 1 . Cotton standards act; p. 91, § 62 » ,. Customs law, p. 598, § 419 . Grain- futures act, p. 87, § 2 Grain standards act, p. 92, is 72 Insecticidesrgct, p. 95, § 123 Nareotie drugs law, p. 635, § 171 Naval stores act, p.»~94, § 92 (k) Nursery stock, law regulating `sale, importation, and ' transportation, lp. 98{,§ 151 Packers and stockyards act, p. 102, § 182 —Unfair competition act, p. 360, § 71 Warehouse act,-p.· 107, § 242 l . White slave trailie Iaw,`p. 49-1, 5403 Peru · . » · ‘ ‘ Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, salary. p. 645, § 32‘ ' l ·Petroleum » .

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Pharmacists " = See Ar..asKA fghiladelpliiei Harbor _ -` ""See L1t;tt·rHo1‘st: Stenvteia Philadelphia Mint See Mtsrs AND Assar Orriuss Philippine Insurreetion See Pmzstoxs Philippine Islands See also Ixsuinxn l’ossi~;sstoxs: 'lhznamimtzs ‘A(tkllt)\\'lP(l§.’HI(‘D{ of deeds, etc., p. 1628, § 1019 Admiralty, jurisdiction of courts not to be changed, p. lttio, § 1072 _ Antitrust laws not applicable to islands, p. 352, § 12 Appropriations, failure to inake appropriations, former appropriations may be used, p. 1629, § 1053 Arrest on criminal charge and reinoval to or from Philippine Islands, p. 507. § 592 , Assistant auditor, see Auditor. infra Auditor K ‘ Accounting jurisdiction, p. 1631, § 1118 Adtninistering oaths, p. 1631, § 1119 , Appeal from decisions, pp.·163l, 1632, §§ 1120, 1123 { Appointment, p, 1631, § 1116 - Assistant auditor. temporary appointment. p. MBI!. § `1117 ° \ Conipelling attendance of witnesses, p. 1631. § 1119 Decisions tinal and ronclusive, p. 1631, § 1120 Deputy auditor, appointment and powers, p. 1631, § 1117 · ‘ ——-——salary, p. 1632, § 1124 Powers and duties, p. 1631, §§ 1116, 1120 ’ Reports to Governor General and Secretary of War. ti. 1632, 5 1121 Salary, p. 1632, ‘§ 1124 Supervision hy Governor General, p. 1632. § 1122 Taking evidence. p. 1631, § 1119 Bill of rights, p. 1626, § 1008 _ Bonded warehouses, regulations hy Philippine Government, p. 1628, § 1018 Bonds ‘ ‘ - ` Governtnent bonds to he exempt from taxation, p. 1634, § 1103