Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1473

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I~DEX. 3127 Forei(:n Corporations (.~e~ also Income Tax, Page. Revenue Act of 1925), provisions of Revenue Act relating to_ Forel:gn Countries, acquisition of buildings, etc. , f('r use of forei!m service in, aut.horized __ _ Foreign Decorations, acceptance of, authorized by designated Army, Navy, !\nd Marine Corps officers, in appreciation of serv- ices rendcred ________________ _ Navy officers ____________________ _ l\Iarine Corps otf::-ers __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ Army officers ____________________ _ Charles A. Lindbergh may accept ____ _ Foreign Governments, invitation to participate in Inter- national Petroleum Exposition, extended to _________________ _ 849 971 744 744 745 745 1709 788 represcntatives of, invited to attend International Aeronautical Con- ference of Civil Aeronautics, at Washington, D . C_ __ __ __ ___ __ 1011 Foreign 11,[ ails, Postal Service, appropriation for transportation of, by steamship, aircraft, or 0ther- wise ______________________ 190, 1053 allowance for aircraft service __ 190, 1053 sea post servicc_ _____________ 190, 1053 assistant superintendent, New York City __ _ _____________ 190, 1053 for balancQS due foreign countries_ 191, 1053 deficiency appropriation for balances due foreign countries ________ 27,1620 for balances due foreign countries, for de~ignated years __________ _ 27 for interest on balances due Norway, Sweden, and Denmark_________ 27 for transport.ltion ______________ 910,1650 for transportation, under Merchant Marine Act _________________ _ 910 compensation for transportation of, in American vessels__ ____ ________ 1175 in foreign vessels________________ 1175 contracts for transportation under Merchant Marine Act, not affected ______________________ 1175 contracts authorized for ten-year pe- riods, for air transportation oL_ rates to be fixed; award to lowest rcsponsible bidder. ___________ _ ten-year contracts authorized for air mail service between United States and possessions and for- 248 248 eign countries, etc. , both ways_ 1449 in addition, mails of other conntries on outbound or inbound fiights_ 1449 payment at pound or mile rates_ _ __ 1449 awards to lowest responsible bid- der__________________________ 1450 load rate8 specified; use for domestic mail on route_________________ 1450 arrangements authorized with air- mail concessionaires in foreign countries___ _ __ _ _ __ __ ___ _ _ ____ 1450 decision of Postmaster General final, etc__________________________ 1450 rules, etc., to be prescribed_ ________ 1450 contracts under former Act may be amended to provide for excess mails and transportation not covered by them______________ 1450 linritations_______________________ 1450 54835°-2l}--Q3 Foreign Mails, Postal Service-Continued. Pap. transportation of, by any steamships . with foreign countries may be required at compensation fixed by law_______________________ 1153 clearance to be withheld, et'l ., upon refusaL__ ___ ____ __ ____ ___ ____ 1153 Foreign Nations, invitation authorized to, for participa- tion in Chicago World Fair, in 1932________________________ 1152 negotiations requested with, for treaties providing that naturalized Americans of foreign parentage shall not be subject to military service, etc. , during a stay in the country _____________________ _ Foreign Ports, appropriation for reconditioning, etc. , Shipping Board ships for carry- 789 ing coal to ________________ 586 , 1244 Foreign Service (see also Department of State), appropriation for ambassadors and min- isterc_____________________ 65, 1096 for minister resident and consul gen- eral to Liberia_____________ 65, 1006 for agent and consul general at Tan- gier _______________________ 65, 1096 no official to receive other Govern- ment salary ________________ 65, 1096 for foreign service officers or vice con- suls a~ting as charges d'affaires ad interim, etc _____________ 65 ,1006 for cle.. ks at embassies and legations_ 65, 1096 for contingent expenses, missions__ 65, 1096 rent, Tokyo ________ .. ___ ___ ___ __ 1097 Government buildings, etc., in for- eign countries _______________ 6 .5 ,1097 launch, Constantinople _ _ __ _ _ __ 66, 1097 dispatch agencies _ __ __________ 66, 1097 attendance at trade meetings, etc_ 66, 1097 loss by exchange _____________ 66 ,1097 language study _______________ 66,10G7 payment for clerical services, except to American citizens, forbidden_ for ground rent, Tokyo, Japan_____ _ for additional land, buildings, and furnishings for foreign service in Tokyo ___________________ _ for expenses, foreign service inspec- 66, 1007 66 G6 tors _______________________ 66, 1097 for clerk hire at consulateB _______ 66,1097 for contingent expenses, consulates_ 67, 1097 Government buildings abroad __ 67, 1097 attendll.nce at trade meetings ___ 67, 1098 loss by exchange ______________ 67,1098 rent authorized for 10 years for buildings, etc., for foreign serv- ice ________________________ 67 ,1098 living quarter~ etc. , to be fur- nished in uovernment owned bliildings, etc. , in Chinr., Japan, and Turkey, etc ____________ 67,1098 appropriations available; quarters, . etc. , for other employees ______ _ 67 for expenses of Department, under immigration lawB ___________ 67 ,1098 for relief and protection of American I!eamen ____________________ 68 ,1098