Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1433

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INDEX. 3087 Dell, Mary B. (widow), p ..... pension increued___________________ 2093 Delling,." Anna M. (widow), pension increaaed___________________ 2144 DeLoach, Jamea A., payment tol for J?E:r&Onal injuries______ 1725 Delp, l!uU;r 4. (widow), peDSlon mcreased___________________ 1877 Dimaree, Daily LH (daughter), penmon____________________________ 1964 Demaree, Marv (widow), penmon____________________________ 1810 Dema~., ~lorind4 (widow), peDSlon mcreased___________________ 2230 Demo, Ida Ell6n (widow), penmon____________________________ 1847 Dimopolil, Alo'l bridge authonzed across Warrior River, at___________________________ 754 lHmpaey, Abaalom B., Gliaa Abaalon B. Dempaey, penmon____________________________ 1865 Dmham, AUha (daughter), pension____________________________ 1807 Denmark, appropriation for minister to _______ 65, 1096 deficiency appropriation for paying in- terest on Postal accounts with__ 27 Denmark, Euni~ M. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2168 Denning, Mary A. (widow), pension increased___________________ 1923 Denni'l Mary C. (widow), perunoninc~d ___________________ 2179 Denni'l Rebecco, (widow) penslon____________________________ 1994 Dennil, Rocelia (widow), pension increased___________________ 2213 Denno,. Lotfi.a (widow), pensIOn mcreued___________________ 2087 Denno, Mary (widow), pension increased___________________ 1866 Dinny,. Fr,!f1U4 J. (widow), penslOD mcreasecL__________________ 2171 Denny, Mary Bella (widow), pensioD____________________________ 1801 Dllnlmt?"tJ, .Viana R. (widow), pen&onlncreased ___________________ 2128 Dental Clinica, Public SchooZ., D. C ., appropriatioD for maintenance, etc.... 668, 1285 Dental M ateriala, appropriation for inveatigati~ physi- . cal and chemical properties, etc., of_________________________ 94, 1124 Dental Corpa, N alJ1j, officers allowed credit for active duty as acting assistant, and assistant dental surgeons, prior to July 1, 1918________________________ 1345 running mates to be assigned, for promotion____________________ 1345 Dentiltry, D. C., not included in J?rovisions of Healing Arts Practice Act, D. C ., 1928_ 1326 Denver, Colo., . appropriationformintat __________ 175,1041 for public building _____________ 178,1042 Departee, Mar71 J. (widow), pension ______________________________ 2312 Department of Agriculture, appropriation for Secretary, Assistant, and office personneL _______ 539,1189 for extra labor, etc_____________ 539,1189 salaries limited to average rates under Classification Act ____ 539, 1189 Department oj Agricultu,&-Continued. P.... appropriation for personnel; if only one position ill a grade_________ 639,1189 allowance in unusually meritorious . ~ _________________ ~ ___ 639,1189 restriction Dot applicable to cleri- ca1-mechanical eervice ______ MO,1189 no reduction in fixed salaries_ _ MO, 1189 transfer to another position with- out reduction______________ MO,l190 payments under higher rates per- mitted____________________ 540,1190 stenographic reporting eenice authorized _____________ - = _ _ 640,1190 purchase of options for land______ 1190 issue of prediction, etc., of future prices of cotton forbidden __ 540,1190 for mechanical shops and power plant employees____________ 640,1190 for Department contingent expena8ll_ 540, 1190 for rent in the District of Colum- bia_______________________ 640,1190 restricted to space nut available in Government buildings ______ 640,1190 for Office of Information _______ 540,1190 for printing and binding for_____ 541,1191 Annual Report; farmers' bulle- tins ______________________ 541,1191 forlibrary ____________________ 041,1191 for Office of Experimental Sta- tions _____________________ 541,1191 support of agricultural experiment stations___________________ 541,1191 allotment of additional appropria- tions _____________________ 541,1191 further allotments ___________ 642,1192 extended to Hawaii __________ 642,1192 adminiatrative expenses ______ 642,1192 stations in Territories, etc_____ 642, 1192 for ExtenmOD Service, cooperative ex- tension work; county ~ta_ 642, 1192 further cooperation of State col- leges with the Department_____ 1193 administrative expenses ______ 642, 1193 for farmers' cooperative demonstra- tion work _________________ 542,1193 for additional cooperative extenmon worki countyagents _______ 543,1193 for agricwtural exhibits at State, etc., fan. ____ ____ ____ ___ ____ ___ 543,1193 for cooperative farm forestry ____ 543,1193 for relief, etc., 1l00d devastated farm are&__r______________________ 543 for Weather Bureau____________ 543, 1194 forecasts for air navigation ____ 544, 1194 telegraph, etc., rates and contracts' to be adjusted_______ ~ _____ 544,1194 administrative expenses; printing office; linli~tion ___________ 544, 1194 expenseaoutsideof Washington_ 544, 1195 forecasts, warnings, etc _______ 544, 1195 serological stations; investigating. atmospheric phenomena_ _ _ _ 544, 1195 for Animal Industry Bureau_ ___ 545, 1196 inspection and quarantine work_545, 1196 eradicating, etc., tuberculosis and paratuberculosis of animals; in- demnities ________________ . : 546,1196 eradicating southem cattle ticks_ _ 546, 1197 animal husbandry investigations_ 546, 1197 investigating animal diseases; con- . tagious abo~OD ___ ___ ___ __ 547,1191