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INDEX. 3113 Enlisted Men, Army-Continued. appropriation for disposition of remains Page. of; recovery of bodies _______ 355,1375 deficiency appropriation for disposition of remains, etc., oL ________ 936, 1672 dishonorably discharged for misrepre- senting age, who served during the World War, to be consid- ered as honorably discharged_ _ 1505 no back pay, etc., allowed__________ 1505 indebtedness of, may be deducted from pay rolls, in monthly install- ments ______________________ _ amount of deduction limited ______ _ limitation, if pay forfeited by court martial sentence, etc _________ _ remission of unpaid, on honorable discharge ___________________ _ collection on final statements, etc __ _ payment authorized for expenses, recovering bodies of __________ _ Enlisted Men, Marine Corps, 698 698 698 699 699 248 appropriation for pay, active lisL __ 638, 1466 for lodging and subsistence ______ 632,1467 for retired ____________________ 639,1467 for clothing ___________________ 639, 1467 for transportating dependents ___ 639, 1467 for funeral expenses ____________ 639,1467 deficiency appropriation for SUbsistence, lodging, etc _ _ ________________ 25 for travel allowance of discharged_ 909, 1649 death allowances to beneficiaries of, on active lisL __________________ _ on retired list, on active duty ______ _ Enlisted Men, Navy, 710 710 appropriation for recreation for _ __ _ 626, 1454 for pay of retired ______________ 631,1459 for extra pay on reenlistmenL ___ 631,1459 for interest on deposits _________ 631,1459 for pay oL ____________________ 631,1459 for death gratuity ______________ 631,1460 deficiency appropriation for travel allowances of, on discharge_ _ __ _ 908 for transporting, etc., remains oL __ _ 1618 additional pay for submarine or diving duty _______________________ _ extra for salvage diving in depths over 90 feet _________________ _ advances authorized to, for emergency expenses on shore duty _______ _ allowed to make good, time lost by absence for more than day with- outleave,etc ________________ _ death allowances to beneficiaries of, on active list ___________________ _ on retired list, on active duty ______ _ additional dependent relatives added restricted to Regular Navy ________ _ dishonorably discharged for fraud- ulently misrepresenting age, during World War, may be held 412 412 712 620 710 710 710 710 to be honorably discharged_ _ ___ 1084 no back pay, etc __________________ 1084 certificate of honorable discharge may be granted_______________ 1085 Enlisted Reserve Corps, Army, appropriation for pay, transportation, etc _______________________ 34 ~ 1 370 Enloe, Alice L. (daughter), pension increased___________________ 2307 Enoch, William Thurman, payment to, for personal injuries______ 1829 Enochs, Lydia E. (daughter), pension_ __ _ _ _ __________ ___________ 1815 Enos, 1nn~ A. (widow), Page. penSIOn lIlcreased ___________________ Hl22 Enos, f?usa.n (widow), pensIOn Increased _ __________________ 2294 Enright, Celia (widow), pen~on___________________________ 1817 Entiat, Wash., time extended for bridging Columbia River, aL___________________ 1546 Entomology Bureau, Department of Agri- culture, appropriation for Chief of Bureau, and office personneL ___________ 558, 1208 for investigating insects affecting fruits, grapes, nuts, etc _____ 558, 1208 Japanese and Asiatic beetles __ 5 .58, 1208 for insects affecting tropical and subtropical plants _________ 558, 1208 Parlatoria date scale and Medi- terranean etc., fruit flies_ _ _ _ 558, 1208 for truck and garden crop insects; affecting forests; moths ____ 558, 1208 for cereal and forage crop insects_ 558, 1208 European corn borer; crickets in northwestern Colorado_ _ _ _ _ _ __ 1208 for cotton insects_ _ __ __ _ _ __ ______ _ 1208 boll weevil control in Oklahoma__ 1208 for insects affecting man and domestic animals; stored products ____ 558, 1208 for taxonomy Qf insects, useful in- sects, insest pest survey _ _ _ _ 558, 1209 for bee culture ________________ 558,1209 deficiency appropriation for investigat- ing insests affecting fruits, nuts, cereals, forage, etc_ __________ 12 for insests affecting southern field crops_______________________ 12 for eradication of Mexican fruit worm ______________________ _ 12 for control, etc., of Japanese and Asiatic beetles ______________ _ 13 for insects affecting man and do- mestic animals_______________ 1634 for tropical and subtropical plant insects _____________________ _ for general expenses ______________ _ for salaries, 1929_° ___ ___ ___ __ ___ __ _ Entomology, I nternational Congress of, foreign governments invited to send delegates to _________________ _ Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Pleni- potentiary, 1634 1670 1677 482 appropriation for salaries __________ 65, 1096 deficiency appropriation for salaries_ _ _ 48 Epes, Ala., . bridge authorized across Tombigbee River, a L _ __ ______________ 308, 754 reconstruction authorized of bridge across Tombigbee River, at__ _ __ 115 Epidemics, appropriation for prevention oL ___ 174,1040 deficiency appropriation for prevention oL _________________ 31,42,48,1619 Equine Meat, appropriation for inspection, etc.. ; la- bels required ______________ 548, 1198 Equipage, Army, appropriation for, toilet kits, etc ___ 332, 1356 deficiency appropriation fOL _ ________ 1619, 1622, 1672, 1674 Equipment Shops, Post Office Department, appropriation for care, maintenance, etc.,oL __________________ 188,1050