Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1492

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3146 INDEX. Grand Forks, N. Dak., bridge authorized across Red River of the North, between East Grand Forks, Minn.~and ___________ _ Grand Teton National rark, Wyo., establishment oL __________________ _ area included __________ . ____ _____ ___ _ P- .e. 113 1314 1314 1316 restriction on new roRds, hotels, etc_ National Park service provISions extended to___________________ 1316 adjacent owners permitted grazing upon lands in ________________ _ dead and down timber __________ _ Water Power Act not applicable ___ _ valid claims, etc., not affected _____ _ 1316 1316 1316 1316 administration, etc.t.,. appropriations of Yellowstone .t'ark, available__ 1316 Grand vaUey Irrigation Project, Colo., appropriation for maintenance, etc., oL _______________________ 228,1590 Granger, Harriet E. (widow), pension increased_ _ __ ____ __ _______ __ 1925 Granger, Marie B. (widow), pension increased_ _ ________ __ ______ _ 1848 Grannu, Katherine (widow), pension____________________________ 1927 Grant, rda.F. (widow), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 1895 Grant, !tfa~y E. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ____ __________ __ _ 2268 Grant Street N E., D. C., appropriation for grading, Minnesota Avenue to Forty-sixth Street_ __ 655 Grantham, Myrtle (widow), pension____________________________ 1993 Grantsburg, Wis., bridge authorized across Saint Croix River, near___ _______ ______ ___ 702 Grasses, appropriation for testing, etc., commer- cial seeds oC ______________ 550,1201 publishing misbranded, etc ____ 550,1201 for preventing admission of adulter- ated seeds, etc _____________ 550,1201 for investigating improvement of _ 552, 1202 Grasshoppers, provisions relating to homestead entry- men in designated counties of Colorado, failing to maintain required residence owing to incursion of swarms of. _ __ __ __ _ 1157 Gra-ul, 0z~ie H. (widow), pension mcreMed_ _ ____ _____________ 2056 Graveline, Sarah G. (daughter), pension____________________________ 1795 GraveU'II Point, Va., deficiency appropriation for investigat- ing, etc., proposed airport at_ _ _ 1628 Graves, ElJred P., pension____________________________ 2314 Graves,. Eli!abeth B. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _____________ _____ 2270 Graves,. Het,tie C. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _____ ____________ _ 1914 Graves,. Na~C1/ J. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ __ ____ ___ _______ _ 2252 Graves,.Ne~tie (widow), pensIOn mcreased__ _ ___ ____ ______ ___ 2283 Gray, 4li~ (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ ____ _____ _____ ___ 2282 Gray, Arthur, pension____________________________ 19~3 Gray Company, F. M ., junior, payment to, for drilling welL_________ 2357 Gray, Harry L., P-. e. payment to________________________ 2016 Gray, Helen, payment to, for injuries, etc_________ 2369 Gray, Henry (son), pension____________________________ 1796 Gray Ladies oj the Red Crou, nonsectarian chapel authorized at Army medical center, by funds donated by__________________________ 156 Gray, Marion M. (widow), pension increased _______________ 1845,2316 Gray, Richard F., pension____________________________ 1989 Gray, ~ara!,- J. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ _________________ 1750 Gray, SteUa (daughter), pension____________________________ 1946 Gray, ~ill~am H. (.!on), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 2215 Grayeagle, Gabriel, pension____________________________ 2316 Grazing Lands, etc., appropriation for investigating improve- ment of wild plants and _____ 551, 1201 deficiency appropriation for investigat- ing improvement of wild plants and_________________________ 12 Grazing Lands, etc., Indian RuertlGtiom, appropriation for developing water supply ____________________ 209,1572 Great Britain, appropriatIon for ambassador to ____ 65, 1096 for surveying, etc., boundary line, Alaska and Canada __ . ______ 70,1101 for marking boundary line, United States and Canada__________ 70,1101 for relocating Canadian boundary line under treaty of 1925 ________ 70,1101 for Canadian Boundary Waters Com- mission _______________ 72,1101,1103 for International halibut fisheries commission ________________ 75, 1106 for ~gregating h?(Ii~, etc., in Amer- lOan cemeterieslD ____________ 355 deficiency appropriation for Canadian Boundary Waters Commission_ _ 28, 911,1651 for pecuniary claims arbitration with,expenses________________ 48 for indemnity to, for death of Edwin Tucker, British su bject. __ __ __ _ 911 for payment to, in recognition of service of British Vice Consul William Wiseman__ ___________ 912 for indemnity to, for death of Reg- inald Ethelbert Myrie, British subject______________________ 912 for reimbursement of, for relief of American nationals by Reverend F. North_____________________ 912 for surveys, etc., in }>reparing report on Rainy Lake Reference______ 1651 invitation extended io Government of, to participate in Hawaiian Ses- quicentennial, by sending a man- of-war with delegates__________ 247 frombto take part in International airy Congress to be held in, accepted_____________________ 148 payment directed to, as indemnity for death of Re~inald Ethelbert Myrie. a British subject. _ _ _ _ __ 483 for death of Edwin Tucker_______ 48S