Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1501

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INDEX. 3155 Hawaii-Continued. Palte. proclamation reserving site on Island of Kahoolawe, for lighthouse pur- poses________________________ 2938 transferring designated lands to Ter- . ritory of _________________ 2928,2941 title of certain lands to _____ 2974,2988 provisions regulating pugilistic en- countersin ___________________ 1156 purchase authorized of Kalena tract within Schofield Barracks Reser- vation__ ____________ _________ 591 land in, for Army heavy artillery firing installations ______ ____ ___ 573 salaries fixed of justices of the supreme court oL_____ ______ __________ 997 justices of circuit courts, first circuit; others_______________________ 997 sum authorized for heavy seagoing Air Corps retriever in Oahu _ _ _ ____ 1425 Hawaii National Park, appropriation for administration, etc_ 234, 1596 boundary of, on Island of Hawaii, modified_____________________ 424 Hawaiian Homes Commission Act Amend- ments, available lands to be disposed of as home lands under control of com- mission_ __ ____ _________ ____ __ 246 leased lands not made home lands until lease expires_____________ _____ 246 with withdrawal clause, on notice from commission______________ 246 withdrawal deemed for a public purpose______________________ 246 selected land not immediately needed, may be returned and leased____ 246 leases hereafter to have withdrawal clause; notice required_________ 246 maximum area of home lands allowed for settlement. ________ _______ 246 Hawaiian Home Loan Fund established as a revolving fund___________ 246 moneys to be covered into_ ________ 246 sources of; maximum amount_____ 246 received from any source by the commission_ _ _ _ _____ ____ __ ___ 247 Hawaiian Islands, Sesquicentennial Cele- bration of DiscOtJery of, appropriation authorized for Govern- ment expenses at_____________ 247 invitation extended to Great Britain to participate in_ __ _______ _______ 247 silver 50-cent pieces to be coined in commemoration oL___________ 198 Hawaiian National Guard, deficiency appropriation for officers of, an~ .Filipinos, members of, for trammg pay__________________ 929 payment directed to officers and Fili- pinos of, for training in 1924 and 1925________________________ 365 Hawes, R. E ., Chief Boatswain, Navy, appointment as ensign authorized, for meritorious services in salvage ofShips8-4and 8-51._________ 1228 to be an additional number ________ 1228 Hawesville and Cannelton Bridge Company, may bridge Ohio River at Cannelton, Ind_________________________ 1431 Hawk, .An~ W. (widow), penslOn mcreased ___________________ 2131 Hawk, .Stulfn A. (widow), penslOn Increased_ _ __ ____ __________ _ 2212 Hawkins, Elizabeth (daughter), pension ___________________________ _ Hawkins, John G., pension ___________________________ _ Hawki,,!s, },[ary E. (widow), penslOn mcreased _________________ _ Hawkins, Walter (son), pension ___________________________ _ Hawkins, William A., pension ___________________________ _ Hawley, Marietta (widow of Oscar J.), pension ___________________________ _ Hawley.. M.ariett~ (widow of Samuel K.), penslOn mcreased ______________ - - - __ Hawley, Mattie (widow), pension ___________________________ _ Hawley, Minnie P. (widow), pension ___________________________ _ Hawthorne, Ida E. (widow), pension ___________________________ _ Hawthorne, Nev., deficiency appropriation for naval am- munition depot ______________ _ Hay Growers in Texas, claims of, prevented from harvesting crop in 1925, by quarantine against hoof and mouth disease, to be examined and settled by Comptroller GeneraL ________ _ allowance not to exceed amount paid by act of 'J,'exas legislature ____ _ appropriation for paying allowed claims ______________________ _ maximum to be paid agents, etc., for services __________________ _ exacting, etc., sum in excess, un- lawful ________ ~ ____ ___ ___ ___ _ . penalty for violations __________ _ Hay, ~arr!et C. (widow), penslOn mcrea.sed __________________ _ Hay, John W., pension ___________________________ _ Hay, Judith Ann (widow), pension increased __________________ _ Hayden, Elizabeth M. (widow), pension increased __________________ _ Hayde~, Sl!rah (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Hayes, Clarence H., pension ___________________________ _ Hayes, .Luc.etta (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Hayes,.Margaret (widow), penSlOn mcreased __________________ _ Hayes, Margaret E. (mother), pension ___________________________ _ Hayes, Mary J. (widow), pension increased __________________ _ Hayes,.Sar.ah (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Hayford, Emmerrancy J. (widow), pension ___________________________ _ Haymaker, Flora A. (daughter), pension ___________________________ _ Hayner, Bertram C., pension ___________________________ _ Haynes, Edward L., pension increased __________________ _ Hayne~, L~ura (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Haynes, Laura E. (widow), pension ___________________________ _ Hays, Catherine (widow), . pension increased __________________ _ Page. 1819 1996 1975 2251 2383 1907 1950 1805 1900 1772 908 1159 1160 1160 1160 1160 1160 2178 2304 2061 1957 2268 2006 2201 2234 2380 2214 2161 1930 1772 2320 1993 1898 1822 2232