Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1487

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I~DEX. 3141 Geoloyical S tlrvey, Interior Department- Page. Continued. appropriation for expenses of, under Mexican Water Boundary Com- mission _____________________ _ 70 for expenditure by, under Canadian Waterways Joint Commission_ 73, 1103 for printing and binding for _____ 202, 1564 for expenbCs, supervising mining op- erations on restricted, etc., Indian lands_____________________ 207, 1570 for stream gauging, cooperative with Indian Service ____________ 210,1572 deficicncy appropriation for expenses_ 48,933 1617, 1621, 1643 for topographic survey, etc., Great Smoky Mountains National Park, N. C . and Tenn ______ 903, 1643 for topographic survey, etc., Shenan- doah National Park, Va_______ _ for oil, gas, etc., investigations _____ _ for enforcement of mineral leases).etc_ for Canadian Boundary Waters vom- 903 903 903 mission transfer____________ 903,1651 for transfer to Navy______________ 1618 for transfer to War Department- _ _ _ 1620 for supervising mining operations on Indian lands ________________ _ for topographic surveys___________ _ for salaries, 1929, under __________ _ assistance of, for project to control Mississippi River, etc., floods __ _ expenditures for Mexican water bound- ary by _______________________ _ field work appropriations for, available for hire of work animals, vehicles, 1638 1643 1683 536 28 etc ________________________ 243,1606 limitation of field use of vehicles for 1929, increased_______________ 1643 George, Hortense J. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2176 George, Preston L., deficiency appropriation for extra ser- vices __________________ 4,886,1624 George Rogers Clark Sesquicentennial Com- mission, deficiency ~ppro1?riation for expenses of partICipatiOn .. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 887 amount authorized in preparing plans, etc__________________________ 1626 provisions for memorial at Vincennes, Ind. commemorating winning old Northwest, etc. to be constructed by _________________________ _ George Washington Bicentennial Commis- sion, d t fi03ier:cy appropriation for general expenses; funds available __ _ __ George Washington University Hospital, D.C ., appropriation for care of indigent patients George W ashington-Wakefield Memorial Bridge, time extended for bridging Potomac River, from Dahlgren, Va., to 723 888 674 Popes Creek, Md., by ______ 115,1322 Georgetown, Del., deficiency appropriation for public building at_ ___ _____ __ ___ ___ __ 1658 Georgetown University Hospital, D. C., appropriation for care of indigent patients _ _ _ _ _________________ 674 deficiency appropriation for _______ 892,1631 Georgia, Palle. advances authorized to farmers and fruit growers in storm and flood stricken areas of, to purchase seed, feed, and fertilizer for crop of 1929______________________ 1306 Cherokee National Forest, N. C ., Tenn., , and, boundaries modified_ _ _ ___ 2946 may acquire after completion, bridge across Altamaha. River, at Towns Ferry_______________________ 9GI Ocmulgee River, at Fitzgerald_ ___ ___ 403 may bridge Savannah River, at Bur- ton's Ferry__________________ 751 statue of Alexander H. Stephens ac- cepted from, for Statuary HalL _ 2389 proceedings on acceptance of, or- dered printed _ _ _ _ _ ___________ 2392 time extended for bridging Chattahoo- chee River, at Alaga, Ala. , by Alabama and_ _ _ _ _ __________ _ 309 Georgia Avenue NW., D. C., appropriation for paving, etc., Fern Street to District line; from gasoline tax fund_____________ 652 Gerald,. M,,;ry A. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ______ ___ _______ _ 2306 Gerard'!!, M.ary (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ____ ________ ____ _ 2288 German-American Hospital, Tientsin, China, payment to, for treatments of injured Chinese _____________________ ' 2 257 German Special Deposit Account (see also Settlement of War Claims Act of 1928), created in the Treasury _ _ _ _ _ _ _______ 260 sources of. _______ . ________________ 260 payments directed from _ _ _ _ _________ 260 Germany (see also Settlement of War Claims Act of 1928), appropriation for ambassador to ____ 65,1096 for Mixed Claims Commission, United States and _________________ 74,1105 dtficiency appropriation fm," Mixed Claims Commission, expenses___ 913 arbit.ration treaty with______________ 2744 conciliation treaty with _____________ 2748 exchange of notes with, extending jurisdi?ti~m of Mixed Claims Commlsslon_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________ 2498 parcel post convention with__________ 2301 payment to, for heirs of deceased Gt,r- man nationals, who lost their lives while serving as seamen in American vessels_____________ 414 provisions for settlement of awards by Mixed Claims Commission of claims of Americans against_ _ 254-256 by War Claim!! Arbiter, of claims of nationals of, against United States _____________________ 256-260 Gerry, Elbridge T., law library of, the gift of Senator Peter G. Gerry, may be accepted for United States Supreme Court_ __ 457 Gerry, Eleanor E. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2306 Gery, Lydia (widow), pension increased_ _ ______ __ _________ 2056 Geske, Hattie (daughter), pension_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _______________ 1782 Geske, Lilli6 (daughter), penmon___________________________ 1782