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INDEX. 3093 Department 01 Juatice-Continued. P .... appropriation for National Training School for Boys, D. C ______ 83,1114 for probation system, United States courts _____________________ 83, 1114 for support of prisoners __________ 83,1114 for inspection of prisons and prison- ers ________________________ 83, 1114 deficiency appropriation for office per- sonnel_______________________ 19 for law books, etc_______________ 20,1645 for traveling, etc., expenses__ ______ 20, 905, 1610, 1645 for enforcing laws regulating com- merce _______________________ 20,47 for United States courts_ 20, 42, 44, 47, 905, 934,937,1617,1621,1645,1671,1673 for salaries _________________ 47,905,1644 for investigating, etc., war frauds __ 47, 905 for Pueblo Lands Board ________ 905,1645 for National Park CommiBBioners___ 905 for penal, etc., institutions_ _ _______ 906 for judgments, United States courts, under_______________________ 931 for miscellaneous expenses_________ 1610 for salaries of judges ______________ 1610 for contingent expenses____________ 1617 for printing and binding _______ 1617,1644 for detection, etc., of crimes ________ 1617, 1645, 1671 for Court of Claims Building repairs, etc__________________________ 1645 for salaries, 1929, office of Attorney General__ _____ ___ __ ___ _____ _ 1684 for salaries, miscellaneous objects, 1929, under__________________ 1684 for salaries, 1929, judicial__________ 1684 for United States courts, salaries, 1929________________________ 1684 for penal and correctional institu- tions, salaries, 1929___________ 1684 pay of two employees in excess of $9,000 under War Claims Act, author- ized_________________________ 1645 right of way granted Alderson, W. Va., across premises of Industrial In- stitution for Women __________ _ submission to Congress discontinued, of report of special attorneys ____ _ expenditures by Attorney General__ _ aBSistant district attorneys, etc ____ _ register of statutes, etc ___________ _ contingent expenses ______________ _ 53 989 989 989 989 989 judgments, Indian depredation claims_________________ ___ ____ ____ 989 increase of Washington, D. C ., water supply_______________________ 989 Department of Labor, appropriation for Secretary, ABBistants, and office personneL _______ 105, 1135 for commiBBioners of conciliation_ 105, 1135 for contingent expenses _________ 106,1136 for rent_______________________ 106,1136 for printing and binding for _____ 106,1136 for Labor Statistics Bureau _____ 106, 1136 attendance at labor conventions, etc_______________________ 106,1137 for Immigration Bureau ________ 107,1137 for enforcing laws regulating immi- gration ___________________ 107,1137 contractlabor _______________ 107,1137 Chinese exclusion ____________ 107,1137 refunding head tax, etc _______ 107,1137 amount for coast and land border patroL ___________________ 107,1137 Paae. Department oj Labor-Continued. appropriation for vehicles, etc., outside the District _______________ 107,1137 for immigrant stations__________ 107,1137 for Naturalization Bureau_______ 107,1138 for Children's Bureau __________ 108,1138 for promoting maternity and infancy hygiene ___________________ 108,1138 for Women's Bureau ___________ 108,1138 for Employment Service ________ 109,1139 for Solicitor of, and office person- neL _______________________ 77,1107 deficiencr, appropriation for James o Connell, property dama~:~; 23 for salaries, payable from" '- gration 1928" __ ___ ______ ___ __ 23 for Immigration Bureau, refunds____ 23 for Children's Bureau ___________ 23,1621 for judgments, United States courts under _____________________ 40,1615 for employment service, war emer- gency_______________________ 42 for expenses regulating immigra- tion __ 44,47,907,934, 1ui8, 1621, 1647 for Naturalization Bureau ___ 47,934,1621 for employment service____________ 47 for damages claims_____________ 907,1647 for Labor Statistics Bureau_ 907, 1618, 1621 for paying damages, etc., suits in admiralty under _ _ ____________ 931 for judpents, Court of Claims under_ 932 for Ellis Island, N. Y ., immigrant station_ _ _ ________ ____ _____ __ 934 for commiBBioners of conciliation____ 1621 for Children's Bureau_____________ 1621 for sala.riesJ.1929, Secretary'soffice___ 1685 for Labor !:Statistics Bureau, salaries, 1929________________________ 1685 for Immigration Bureau, salaries, 1929________________________ 1685 for Children's Bureau, salaries, 1929_ 1685 for Naturalization Bureau, salaries, 1929________________________ 1685 for Women's Bureau, salaries, 1929__ 1685 for Employment Service, salaries, 1929'_ _ _____________ _________ 1685 submiBBion to Congress discontinued, of report of customs laws, etc., on agricultural industry________ 994 investigations of disputes between employers and employees______ 994 miscellaneous naturalization ex- penses_______________________ 994 Department of State (888 also Foreign Service), appropriation for Secretary, Under- secretary, and office personneL 64, 1095 salaries limited to average rates un- der ClaBSification Act__ _ ____ _ 64, 1095 provision if only Qne position in a grade ______________________ 64, 1095 advances in unusually meritorious c&ses ______________________ 64,1095 restriction not applicable to cleri- cal-mechanical service _______ 64,1095 no reduction in fixed salaries ____ 64, 1095 transfers to another position with- out reduction _______________ 64, 1095 payments under higher rates per- mittedL ____________________ 64,1095 transfers allowed between a.ppro- priations for any bureau, etc., to meet reallocations increases_ _ _ _ 1095 for contingent and miscella.neous ex - penses of Department _______ 64,1095