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3128 INDEX. Foreign Sertoice-Continued. I'a,ie. appropriat.ion for salaries of foreign service officers ______________ 68, 1098 for instruction and transit pay____ 68, 1099 for transportation and subsistence_ 68, 1099 bringinG home remains of officers dying abroad_______________ 68, 1099 passage on foreign ships restricted_ 68, 1099 for unforeseen emergencies and Neu- trality Act expenses _________ 68 ,109£1 for heirs of officers dying abroad __ 68, 1099 for post allowances to meet living costs ______________________ 69 .1099 for Foreign Service Buildings Fund_ 69, 1100 for Foreign Service Retirement and DisabilityFund_____________ 69,1100 for Cape Spartel,etc., Light, Morocco_ 69, 1100 for life saving testimonials _______ 69, 1100 for Bureau of Weights and Meas- ures _______________________ 69,1100 for Bureau of Customs Tariffs __ .__ 70,1100 for Mexican Water Boundary Com- mission ____________________ 70,1100 for boundary line, Alaska and Can- ada _______________________ 70, 1101 for marking Canadian boundary _ _ 70, 1101 for executing provisions of Canadian Boundary Treaty Act of 1925_ 70, 1101 for International Prison Commission_ 71, 1101 for Pan American Union _________ 71,1102 for Bureau, Permanent Court of Arbi- tration ____________________ 71, 1102 for Interparliamentary Union for In- ternational Arbitration ______ 71,1102 for International Commission on Tables of Constants, etc _____ 71,1102 for International Institute of Agri- culture ____________________ 72,1102 for International Railway-Congress__ 72, 1103 for Pan American Sanitary Bureau_ 72, 1103 for International Office of Public Health ____________________ 72, 1103 for International Radiotelegraphic Convention ________________ 72,1103 for Inter-American High Commis- sion _______________________ 72,1103 for Canadian Boundary Waters Joint Commission________________ 72,1103 for expenditures by Geological Sur- vey_________________________ 1103 fOl' expenditures by Agricultural De- partment____________________ 1104 for payment to Panama__________ 73,1104 for International Research Coun- ciL _______________________ 73, 1104 for International Hydrographic Bu- reau ______________________ 73,1104 for foreign hospital, Cape Town___ 73,1104 for International Trade Mark Bureau at Habana _________________ 73,1104 for IB~:::J~o~~_02:30, 7 January 2012 (UTC):r!02:30, 7 January 2012 (UTC)~4, 1105 for German-American Mixed Claim£> Commission _______________ 74,1105 Tripartite Austria and Hungary Claims Commission _________ 74,1105 for Mexican Mixed Claims Commis- sion _______________________ 74, 1105 for Gorgas MeIL.orial Laboratory____ 1106 Page. Foreign Sel"Jice-Continued, appropriation for International Halibut Fisheries Commission ________ 75,1106 for International Institute for Pro- tection of Childhood__________ 1106 for International Statistical Insti- tute ______________________ 75,1106 for Joint Commission on use of waters of Rio Grande, etc __________ 75,1106 for International Road Congresses_ 75, 1107 for International Map of the Wodd Bureau ____________________ 75,1107 for Internationa,l Exposition, Seville, Spain________________________ 75 for statue of Henry Clay, for pres- entation to Venezuela__________ 76 fur United States Court for China_ 76, 1107 for consular prisons, etr. __ ___ __ __ 76,1107 for bringing home criminals ______ 76, 1107 minor purehases services, etc., with- out advertising _____________ 76,1107 rent restriction _____ . __________ 76, 1107 for expenses of American group of the Interparliamentary Union__ 976 deficiency appropriation for contingent expenses, consulates__________ 27,48, 937, 1618, 1622 for contingent expenses, missions_ __ 27 . 42, 48. 1671 fortransportation ________________ 27 .42, 48,934,1618,1651 for bringing home remains of officers dying abroad _______________ 27,1611 for Foreign Service Buildings Fund_ 27, 1612 for consular building, Amoy, China; 28 reappropriation ______________ _ for Mexican Water Boundary Com- mission reappropriation_28, 1612, 1622 for bringing home criminals from abroad _____________________ _ 913 for International Radiotelegraphic COnventions _______________ 28,1612 for Canadian Boundary Waters Com- mission _____________________ 28,911 transfer to Agricultural Depart- ment________________________ 911 for Canadian Boundary Waters COm- - missionl.}929________________ _ for Halibut .I 'isheries Commission __ _ for expenses of prisons____________ _ for consular prisons, available for 1651 28 29 Morocco and Ethiopia__ _______ 1612 for Joint Commission on Equitable Use of Waters of Rio Grande __ _ 29 disposition of contribution from Mexico_ __ _____ ____ _______ ___ 29 for Etelka BelL _____ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ 29 for Edith L. Bickford______________ 29 for Agnes W. Wilcox______________ 29 for ambassadors and ministers_ _____ 48 for charges d'affa.ires ad interim_____ 48, 911,1611 for Diplomatic secreJ,aries__________ 48 for clerks at embassies and legations_ 48 for interpreters to embassies and legations____________________ _ for immigration of a1.iens __________ _ 48 48 for relief and protection of American searnen ____________________ 48,1618 for salaries of officers ____________ 48,1618 for instruction and transit pay_____ 48 for post allowances________________ 48 for Cape Spartel, etc., light. ____ 911,1651