Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1458

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3112 INDEX. Engineer Department, Army-Continued. PaP. appropriation for maintenance of En- gineer School; travel expenses of officers for instruction _ ___ __ 341, 1364 for equipment of troops _________ 341,1364 for operations in the field ________ 341, 1364 allowance for purchase of options on materials _______________ 341,1364 temporary construction for train- ing only __________________ 341,1364 for military surveys and maps ___ 342, 1364 assistance of other Government agencies __ ___________________ 342 for care, etc., Washington's birth- place _____________________ 358,1379 for California Debris Commission_ _ _ 358, . 1379 for roads, bridges, etc., Alaska___ 358, 1379 for regulating Lowell Creek, Alaska, for protecting adjacent Govern- ment property________________ 358 for rivers and harbors; immediately available__________________ 358, 1379 for Miami harbor; reimbursement___ 358 for maintenance, etc., of existing projects___________________ 358, 1379 for survey of northern and northwest- ern lakes, etc ______________ 358,1379 for examinations, surveys, etc., of au- thorized projects___________ 359,1380 for preventing injurious deposits, New York harbor __________ 359,1380 for prevention of erosion of Missouri River, etc., at Niobrara, Nebr., under_______________________ 1380 for prevention of erosion of Missouri River, etc., at Yankton, S. Dak_ 1380 for examination and survey for widening Conduit Road, etc., from the District line to Great Falls, Md____________________ 1380 for relocation of levee on Arkansas River in Conway Connty, Ark_ 1380 for purchase of Inland Waterways Corporation stock, etc __ _ _ __ _ _ 138G for Dam No.2, Muscle Shoals, Ten- nessee River__ _____________ 359, 1380 for flood relief, Mississippi River_ 359,1381 for flood control, Mississippi and Sacramento Rivers _________ 359, 1381 for emergency fund, tributaries of of Mississippi River__________ 1381 for return to Caiifornia contribution for Sacramento River, flood control______________________ 1381 deficiency appropriation for rivers and harbors, collision damage claims_ 38 for Cape Cod Canal purchase, etc_ __ 38 for military surveys and maps_ __ __ _ 928 for preserving historic fortifications, SanJuan, P. R_______________ 928 for flowage easements, protection of Lake of the Woods, and Rainy River, Minn___ _ _ __ __ __ _ ___ ___ 930 for transportation atlas____________ 1665 for survey, etc., of Interoceanic canals to determine future needs of ship- ping________________________ 1667 for dredging channel, Bayboro Har- bor_________________________ 1667 for salaries, 1929, under___________ 1689 for California Debris Commission, salaries, 1929_ ______________ __ 1691 for operations in the field, 1929____ 1691 Engineer Department, Army-Continued. paze. authorized to aid relocation of levce on bank of Arkansas River, in Con- way County, Ark., from funds for control of Mississippi River ~oods_______________________ 1380 Engineer School, D. C ., Army, appropriation for equipment, mainte- nance, etc ________________ 341, 1363 Engineering Exercises, Navy, appropriation for prizes, etc _______ 626, 1454 Engineering Experimental Station, Naval Academy, appropriation for ________________ 629, 1458 England (see Great Britain), lJngland, Honorable E. T., deficiency appropriation for contested election expenses ____________ _ England, Thomas M., name placed on yellow fever honor roll 884 and presented gold medaL_____ 1409 to receive $125 monthly_____________ 1410 Englebert, SU3an C. (widow), pension increased_ _ __ ___ _ __ _ ___ ____ _ 1901 Engler,. Ha.nnah (widow), pensIOn lllcreased_ _ __ __ ___ _ __ __ _____ 1862 Engler, Lavinia (widow), pension increased___________________ 2135 English, Louisa (widow), pension___________________________ 1772 English, Mary E. (widow), pension___________________________ 1799 Engraving and Printing Bureau, Treasury Department, appropriation for Director, and office personneL ________________ 172, 1037 work authorized for fiscal year 1929_ 172 work authorized for fiscal year 1930 _______________________ _ for salaries of employees; exception_ 1037 172, 1037 for w&ges of plate printers, etc ___ 172,1038 for materials, etc _ __ ___________ 172, 1038 use of proceeds from work _____ 172, 1038 deficiency appropriation for transfer to Bureau of Standards__________ 915 for plate printing ______________ 935,1653 for materials, etc _________ 935,1618,1653 for salaries, etc_ ___ ___ ____ ______ __ 1653 for salaries, etc., 1929 _____________ 1688 increase in number to be delivered of checks, drafts, etc ___________ _ 915 increase in withdrawal permit sheets, authorized_ ___ ____ ___________ 1653 Engros3ing, etc., Bills and Joint Resolu- tions, suspension of, by printing, permitted for remainder of present session_ 2398 Enid, Okla., terms of court aL__________________ 1518 Enlisted Men, Army, appropriation for pay ____________ 329,1353 for aviation increase____________ 329, 1353 for Philippine Scouts ___________ 329,1353 for longevity pay ______________ 329,1353 for retired _____________________ 329,1353 for retired, on active duty ______ 329,1353 for allowances for qua.rters ______ 329, 1353 for interest on deposits _________ 329, 1353 for paying claims of, for damages to private property ___________ 330,1353 for disposition of remsins oL ____ 354,1375