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INDEX. 3399 Sequqyah Indian Orphan Training School, Pfoit!. Tahlequah, Okla., aPEropriation for support, etc _____ 218, 1579 or repairs, etc _________________ 218,1579 deficiency appropriation for water sup- ply,etc______________________ 17 Serbs, Croai-3, and Slovenes, appropriation for minister to _______ 65,1096 settlement of indebtedness of, by For- eign War Debt Commission, approved ___________________ _ amount of indebtedness computed ___ _ bonds to be issued therefor ________ _ principal payable in installments __ amount for first five years _______ _ succeeding seven years __________ _ subsequent yearly increases _____ _ prior payments allowed _________ _ 399 399 399 399 399 399 399 400 payment of interest, none until June 15, 1937Lrates thereafter __ 400 payments in .l"ederal securities accepted_____________________ 400 Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, Senate, appropriation for, assistants, messen- gers,etc __________________ 519,1389 for police force, Senate Office Build- ing _______________________ 519, 1389 deficiency appropriation for services, custody of certain ballot boxes, etc., of Pennsylvania. election, 1926 _______________________ _ Sergeant at Arms, House of Representa- tives, appropriation for, deputy, cashier, 2 etc _______________________ 522,1392 for police force, House Office Build- ing ____________________ " __ 522,1392 deficiency appropriation for cashier, and messenger, additional pay __ authorized to make proper deductions in disbursing gratuity appropri- ations ______________________ _ 884 885 Serig, Yirg.inia (widow), penSIOn mcreased_ _ ___ ___ __ ___ ____ __ 1755 Serums, etc. (see also Biologic Products), appropriation for regulating propaga- tion, sales, etc., oL ________ 175,1040 Serums for Dom~tic Animals, appropriation for investigating, etc_ 547, 1197 for regulating sale, etc., oL ______ 547,1197 Service Medals, Army (see Medals, Army Service). Sesquicentennial of Hawaiian Islands, deficiency appropriation for expenses of participation in celebratIOn of _ 913 invitation authorized to Great Britain to participate in celebration oL_ Settlement of War Claims Act, 1928, appropriation for legal, etc., services, protecting United States interests under ______________________ _ employment of experts _________ _ reimbursing regular appropriations_ pay restriction ________________ _ for expenses for executing provisions of, in Office of Judge Advocate 247 1109 1109 1109 1109 General, Army _ _ _ _ ___________ 1352 deficiency appropriation for payments under ______________________ _ for expenses, under War Department- title of Act _______________ . . ___ ____ _ _ claims of Americans against Germany_ 54835°-29-110 914 926 254 254 Settlement o/War Claims Act, 1928--Con. awards of Mixed Claims Commission to be certified by Secretary of State to Secretary of the Treasury __ _ payment directed of principal of, with accrued interesL ________ _ interest annually of unpaid awards_ all from German special deposit account _____________________ _ expenses deducted, and not con- sidered in computing award ___ _ to the United States not payable hereunder___________________ _ time limit for making applications for _ payment authorized only to claimant_ to legal representative of deceased person______________________ _ to terminated partnership, etc __ _ to duly appointed receiver or trus- tee _________________________ _ to assignee of award __________ _ payment of, by United Stated, not construed as assumption of a liability ____________________ _ rights held as assignment to United States to be enforced against Germany ___________________ _ consent of applicants assumed to pro- visions hereoL ______________ _ agreement with Germany requested to extend Claims Commission to July 11 1928 _________________ _ awards unCler, to be certified, etc ___ _ claims of Germans against United States ______________________ _ War Claims Arbiter to be appointed by the President, etc.; salary _____ _ to determine fair compensation to Germans for merchant vessels taken by United States_______ _ basis of value; prior payments de- ducted _____________________ _ findings of Board of Survey ac- cepted as evidence ___________ _ to determine value of radio Bold to United States by Alien Prop- erty Custodian ______________ _ prior payments deducted _______ _ to determine compensation for pat- ents sold to United States by Custodian ___________________ _ prior payments deducted; excep- tion ________________________ _ to determine compensation for use by United States of patented in- ventions conveyed by Custodian_ period during war not included; defenses available ____________ _ procedure, hearings, etc __________ _ witness fees, etc., payable from Ger- man special deposit accounL __ _ Arbiter to make tentative awards from time to time, of fair compensa- tion for each claim; interest al- lowed ______________________ _ action by, on vessel claims failing to show that German Government, etc., has no interest therein ___ _ tentative award on determination of interest of German Govern- ment _______________________ _ only total amount to be awarded, not to exceed $100.00 ____ ___ ____ _ _ Pfoit!. 254 254 254 255 255 255 255 522 255 25.3 255 255 255 255 256 256 256 256 256 256 256 256 256 256 256 257 257 257 257 257 257 257 257 257