Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1437

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INDEX. 3091 Department of Commerce--Continued. appropriation for transportation of families and effects of officers, Paile. ctc ________________________ 88, 1119 restriction on use of foreign ves- sels ________________________ 88, 1119 attendance at commercial, etc., meetings from Bureau appropria- tions ______________________ 88,1119 for Census Bureau, office personneL 88, for collecting statistics ____________ _ 1119 88 for preparing for taking of Fifteenth Census______________________ 1119 employees authorized____________ 1119 attendance at meetings ________ 89,1119 for tabulating machines, etc., ex- penses _____________________ 89, 1120 discretionary suspension of other work during decennial period___ _ 1120 for Steamboat Inspection Service, salaries ____________________ 89,1120 for inspectors ___________________ 89, 1120 for clerk hire ___________________ 89,1120 for contingent expenses __________ 89,1120 for Navigation Bureau, office person- nel ________________________ 89,1120 for admeMurement of vessels _____ 90,1120 for motor boats, etc., to enforce navigation laws _____________ 90,1120 for preventing c ·:ercrowding of pas- senger vessels _______________ 90,1121 for shipping commissioners; clerk hire _______________________ 90,1121 forcontingentexpenses __________ 90,1121 for Bureau of Standards__________ 90,1121 for equipment; repairs to buildings_ 90, 1121 for contingent expenses __________ 90, 1121 International Committee of Weights and Measures_______ 90,1121 for care, etc., of grounds __________ 90,1121 for investigating studies, etc., of designated subjects __________ 91,1121 for testing structural materials, etc_ 91, 1121 for disseminating information as to housing, etc ________________ 91,1121 for testing machines for physical con- stants _____________________ 91, 1121 for investigating fire resisting proper- ties of building materials, etc __ 91, 1122 for measurements, etc., of public utilities____________________ 91,1122 for miscellaneous testing, etc _ _ _ __ 91, 1122 for radio research, etc ____________ 91,1122 for standardizing mechanical appli- ances, etc __________________ 92,1122 for sugar standardization, etc _____ 92,1122 for gauge, etc., standardization____ 92,1123 for metallurgical research, etc.; rail- way equipment, defects, etc __ 92,1123 for industrial research ___________ 93,1123 for testing large scales____________ 93, 1123 for cooperative standardization, etc., of industrial devices_________ 93,1123 for radioactive investigations and X rays ____________________ 93,1124 for utilizing waste products from the land_______________________ 94,1124 for tc~ting 9.utomotive engines, etc_ 94, 1124 for power plant equipment________ 94, 1124 cooperative scientific investiga- tIOns with departments, etc., payablefromtheirfunds______ 94,1124 for Lighthouses Bureau, office per- sonnel _____________________ 95,11~5 Department of Commerce--Continued. Pa.ile. appropriation for designated general expenses ___________________ 95,1125 forlighthou8ekeepers,etc ________ 96,1126 for officers and crews of vessels ____ 96, 1126 for superintendents, clerks, etc _ _ _ _ 96, 1126 for retired pay__________________ 96,1126 for vessels and aids to navigation __ 96, 1126 for Coast and Geodetic Survey, field expenses ___________________ 96,1126 for physical hydrography researches_ 96, 1127 for compiling Coast Pilot ________ 96, 1127 for magnetic and seismological ob- servations l etc ______________ 97,1127 for Federal, poundary, and State surveys ____________________ 97,1127 Ukiah Observatory____________ 97,1127 for pay of Officers, etc ___________ 97,1127 for office personneL _____________ 98,1128 for office expenses_______________ 98,1128 for Fisheries Bureau, office personneL 98, 1128 for field employees; Alaska Service_ 98, 1128 for employees at large; car employees_ 98, 1128 for employees, fish cultural stations, fish rescue, and biological sta- tions ______________________ 9~1128 for vessel employees; Alaska service_ 98, 1128 for administration expenses_ _ _ _ _ _ 98, 1128 for propagation of food fishes _____ 98, 1129 for La Crosse, Wis., station_ _ _ _ _ _ 98, 1129 for Leadville, Colo., auxiliary station_ 98, 1129 for Warm Springs, Ga., auxiliary fish cultural station _____________ 99,1129 for Spearfish, S. Dak., auxiliary sta- tion_________________________ 1129 for station in Oklahoma, auxiliary to Neosho, Mo., fish cultural eta- tion _______________________ 99,1129 for fish hatchery, Saratoga, Wyo____ 99 Northville, Mich______________ 99,1129 for transfer of Bryans Point station to Fort Humphreys. Va__________ 99 for biological station, Beaufort, N. C _ 99 for maintenance of vessels________ 99, 1129 for commutation of rations_______ 99, 1129 for food fishes inquiry ___________ 99, 1129 for statistical inquiry____________ 99, 1129 for sponge fisheries_ ____________ 100, 1130 for protecting Alaska seal fisheries, etc_______________________ 100, 1130 for Mississippi wild life and fish refuge ____________________ 100,1130 for power vessel for Alaska_________ 1130 for Patent Office _______________ 100,1130 for Mines Bureau ______________ 101,1131 for Government fuel yards, D.C __ lOa, 1133 for helium production and investiga- tions_ __________________ __ 103, 1133 for investigating· resources of helium, storing, etc___ __ ____ _ _ __ __ _ 103, 1134 for helium production, etc_ _ _ _ _ _ 104, 1134 for determining 10uI.tion of potash deposits, etc_______________ 104,1134 for investigations of economic prob- lems of mining ____________ 10~ 1135 for preparing mineral resources re- ports _____________________ 104, 1135 scientific investigations for depart- ments, etc., by the Bureau __ 105, 1135