Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1440

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3094 INDEX. Department oj Seat_Continued. P-.e. appropriation for stationery, furniture etc ________________________ 6~ 1095 for books, maps, periodicals, etc_ _ _ 64, 1095 for motor vehicles, etc___________ 6~ 1095 for refund of erroneously charged passport fees, etc ___________ 64,1095 for printmg and binding for ______ 64, 1095 for pass~rt bureaus_____________ 65, 1096 for Foreign Service______________ 65, 1096 for expenses, enforcing immigration laws_______________________ 67,1098 for relief, etc., of American reamen_ 68, 1098 for Foreign Service Buildings Fund_ 69, 1100 for Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund ____________ 69, 1100 for international obligations, com- missions, etc _______________ 69,1100 for publishing certified copies of electoral vote_________________ 71 for statue of Henry Clay for presen- tation to Venezuela___________ 76 for bringing home criminals_ _ ____ 76, 1107 minor purchases, packing personal effects, etc., allowed without advert~ing----------------- 76, 1107 rent restriction _______________ 76,1107 for Solicitor of the ______________ 77, 1107 deficiency appropriation for Foreign Service ______________________ 27, 42, 48,911, 934, 1611, 1618, 1622, 1651 for expenses, Brit~h-American pe- cuniary claims arbitration______ 48 for damages claims__ _ ___ ___ _____ __ 910 for refund of erroneously collected, etc., passport fees_____________ 910 for printing and binding___________ 1651 for Bertha Hanson________________ 1651 for Rainy Lake Reference__________ 1651 for International Society for Arctic . Explorations by Airship, etc____ 1652 for salaries, 1929, under____________ 1687 acqumtion of buildings, etc., in foreign countries for use of foreign service____ ____ ____ __ ____ ____ _ 971 collecting, etc., official papers of the Territories to be continued by__ issue of, as a Government publication_ historical experts to be employed __ _ edition authoriaed; to be distributed by the Department __________ _ distribution specified ___________ _ sum authorized to be appropriated __ copy reading and indexing by edi- torial staff of Department; cost 1412 1412 1412 1412 1412 1413 to be prorated________________ 1413 submission to Congress discontinued, of l~t of consular officel'8.. _____ ___ _ 987 987 987 rates of diplomatic and consular fees_ names of consular officers not citizens_ expen!*:8 fo~ relief of American CitIZens m Europe_____________ 987 representing foreign governments during World War____________ 987 Department oj the Interior (lee Interior Department). Dependent Children, D. C ., . appropriation for aid to___________ 677,1294 Depp, Anna L. (widow), pension____________________________ 2238 Depriea,t, C,elina L. (widow), pension Increased_ _ _________________ 2282' Deputy! Elizabeth E. (widow), pension mcreased___________________ 2222 Derby Line, Vt., Pap. deficiency appropriation for inspection station, construction___________ 1657 Deridd~, ~ulia (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 2081 Derr, li!m~ R. (widow), . pension Increased_ _ __ ____ ___ ___ ___ __ 2054 Derlti~, C!Uharine (daughter), pension Increased___________________ 1816 Des Moinee, Iowa, deficiency appropriation for public buildine; at. ___________ __ _____ 32 former 02:24, 7 January 2012 (UTC)!re~~ TarmstroBot (talk)l_:TarmstroBot (talk)i~_02:24, 7 January 2012 (UTC)~~ 1415 Du Moines River, bridge authorized across, at Croton, Iowa________________________ 706 time extended for bridging, at Croton, Iowa________________________ 1535 Desert Land Entrymen, receiving water from irrigation projects, subject to State, etc., taxation_ 439 Desert Land.!, entryman, with no prospect of securing water, may have patent by paying 50 cents an acre, and $1.50 in one year __ _______ _____ _______ 1548 money forfeited and entry canceled if'final payment not made_____ 1548 Duerterl, Army, appropriation for apprehension, etc., of; limitation _________________ 330,1354 Desmond, Annie F. (widow), pension increase____________________ 1966 DeSpain, WiUiam Franklin, pension____________________________ 1848 Destitute Women and Children, D. C., appropriation for payment to aban- doned,etc ________________ 67~ 1294 Detha"!ple,. Mary (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 2054 Detha"!ple,.SaUie H. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ __ _______________ 2305 Dethera:ge, !ofariah (widow), penSIon Increased___________________ 1942 Detrick, Nancy (widow), penffion____________________________ 1961 Detroit, Mich., appropriation for River postal service_ 189, 1052 deficiency appropriation for marine hospital, completion___________ 32 for custon-. house, etc., replacing pres- ent building___ ______________ _ 1657 additional land from Marine Hospital site at, transferred for light- house purposes _________ ·_ _ _ _ __ 1026 payment authorized of 50 per cent of cost of paving street in front of depot at_____________________ 1261 Detroit River, bridge authorized across, at Stony Island, Mich_________________ 620 Detroit River Canadian Bridge Company, may bridge Detroit River, at Stony Island, Mich_ ________________ 620 Detwiler, Sherman, pension____________________________ 1845 Devine, Paul E., appointed on Board of Managers of National Home for DiSfl.bled Volunteer Soldiers_ _ _ _________ 56 Devoe, Margaret (widow), pension____________________________ 1840