Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1461

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INDEX. 3115 E!'an3, .1'tfa;iah (widow), Page. pensIOn mcreased ___________________ 2073 EI'aIl",.t.fa;y (widow), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 2290 El'ans, Mary A. (undow), pension increased_ _ _ ___ __ __ ___ ___ _ __ 2210 E!'ans,.lrfa,ry Ann (widow), pensIOn mc,eased_ _ ___ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _____ 1885 Evans, Mary E. (mother), pension____________________________ 2008 Evans,.Ma;y J. (widow), pensIOn lIlcreased_ _________ _________ 2081 Evans, ,Ra~hel Ann (widow), pensIOn mcreased _ __________________ 2308 Evans,.Sar?-h .Jane (widuw), pensIOn mcreased_ ____ _____ ___ ____ __ 2177 Evansville, Ind., terms of court at_ _________ _ _ _ __ _ _ ___ 438 E!!arts Street N E., D. C., appropriation for paving, etc., Twen- tieth to Twenty-second Streets; from gasoline tax fund ____ __ _ __ 1270 for paving, etc., Ninth to Tenth Streets; from gasoline tax fund_ 1271 Everard, Hestcr (widow), pension increased_ __________________ 2198 Everett, Charles G. W., pension____________________________ 1798 Everhart, M. Lizzie (widow), pension increased_ __________________ 2143 Everhart, Mary (widow), pension increased ___________________ 2069 Everly,.Sal!ie (widow), pensIOn Increased _ __________________ 2119 Evcy, Emma N. (widow), pension increased ___________________ 1865 Evland, Phebe (daughter), pension____________________________ 1809 Edand! Sa;ah (widow), pensIOn lIlcreased_ ___ ___ __________ __ 2168 Ewing, Sarah S. (widow), pension increased ___________________ 1964 Examining and Retiring Boards, Navy, appropriation for civilian personnel, Navy DepartmenL ________ 641,1470 Examining Surgeons for Pensions, appropriation for fees, etc., fiscal years 1928 and 1929________________ 226 for fees, etc., fiscal years 1929 and 1930________________________ 1588 examinationq hereafter by one physician, etc_ _ _ _ __ _ __ ______ _ 1588 limitation on physician's fee______ 1588 Exceen, Elizabeth I. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2223 Excess Taxes, Internal Revenue, deficiency appropriation for refund to manufacturers, etc., of, on auto- mobile accessories_ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ ___ 30 Excise Taxes, Rel'enue Act of 1926, tax on automobiles repealed_________ 865 provisions fer refunding____________ 865 Executive and Independent Offices Appro- priations (see Independent Offices Act). Exccutive Departments, etc., appropriation for expenses, transferring office supplies_ _ _ __________ 164, 1030 for distinctive mail equipments for_ 192,1055 for care, etc., of grounds oL ______ 583, 1241 acquisition of designated lands in Dis- trict of Columbia as sites for buildings for,etc______________ 51 ~la.~sification of civilian positions in, modified_____________________ 776 Executive Departments, etc. -Continued. Palte. eooperative work of scientific illvestiga- tions, etc., of, with Bureau of Standards __ _ _ _____________ 94. 1124 transfer of funds, etc ____________ 94,1124 details from, etc., to Civil Service Com- mission for work in the District, forbidden i ' exception _______ 576, 1233 expenses of trave of civilians authorized when transferred from one offi- cial station to another; limita- tion_________________________ 1055 extended leaves authorized for Spanish War veterans in, to attend their annual convention at Habana, Cuba, in 1928________________ 433 field service employees under, to be paid adjusted compensation from ap- propriations for 1929__________ 193 quarters, subsistence, etc., to be fur- nished; appropriations for 1929 available_ _ __ _ _______________ 193 value of, to be considered in fixing salary rate_ ________ ___ _______ 193 information, details, etc., from, to be fur- nished War Claims Arbiter_____ 259 may prepare, etc., articles for exhibit at Pacific Southwest Exposition_ _ _ 397 submission to Congress discontinued, of st~te:nent of contingent appro- pnatlOns_ ____________________ 986 publications received, etc__________ 986 issued, etC' _____________________ 986 travel outside the District__ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 986 exchange of typewriters, etc_________ 986 rentedbuildings, D.C_ ____________ 986 care of Government-owned buildings, D. C., location, etc___________ 986 receipts from sales of war supplies___ 986 of annual estimates only as now re- quired by law________________ 986 condition of business______________ 987 employees, below standard of effi- ciency _______________________ 987 ~upplies for, to be procured and distrib- uted by The General Supply Committee_ __ __ _ _____ ____ ___ 1341 temporary details allowed from, to White House ______________ 573,1230 to furnish information to Committees on Expenditures in Executive Departments of the Senate and House, when requested_________ 996 Executive Mansion (see also Executive Office) , appropriation for care, repairs, etc_ 574, 1230 for greenhouses ________________ 574,1231 for improving grounds _________ 574,1231 for traveling expenses __________ 574, 1231 for portrait of President Coolidge_ _ _ 1231 deficiency appropriation for extraordi- nary repairs; amount reappro- priated_ ___ ___ _____ ________ __ 5 for maintenance, etc., quarters for the President at Mount Weather, Va_ 1625 Executive Office, appropriation for compensation of the President _________________ 573,1230 for compensation of the Vice Presi- dent _____________________ 573,1230 for Secretary to the President, and office personneL_____________ 573 for Secretary to the President, two additional secretaries, and office personneL ____________ _______ 1230