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INDEX. 3163 Home EconomiC$ Bureau, Department of Page. Agrietdture--Continued. deficiency appropriation for salaries, 1929________________________ 1678 Home for Aged and Infirm, D. C., appropriation for salaries _________ 676,1292 for maintenance _______________ 676,1293 for repairs, etc _________________ 676,1293 for additional ward buildings, etc_ __ 1293 Home for Incurables, D. C ., Washington, appropriation for care of indigent pa- tients _____________________ 674,1291 deficiency appropriation for _ _ _ _______ 892 Home Insurance Company of New York, redemption of lost Treasury note_ _ _ _ _ 2033 Homeopathic Medical Examiners, D. C., Board of, record, etc., to be delivered to Com- mission on Licensure to Practice the Healing Art_______________ 1340 Homestead Entries, Public Landa, additionatpatent to Charles H. Elster_ Frank lJ. ~c~ary---------------- amended, allowed Charles H. Send ___ _ 1726 1726 1701 application allowed, Clinton H. Richards____ ____ ____ ___ _____ _ 1727 erroneor/u~~e~~ _02:35, 7 January 2012 (UTC)~ _~_ 02:35, 7 January 2012 (UTC)~ 1720 patent to lone Anderson_____________ 1726 Zaccheus P. Barber_______________ 1724 Wilford W. CaldwelL_____________ 1725 Harold C. Cheline________________ 1726 Seth liams_______________________ 1726 Elizabeth Anne Lund______________ 1726 Adie G. ~cAllister________________ 1726 Reginald E. ~argesson____________ 1726 ~atie Brooks ~eweIL_____________ 1726 Waid White______________________ 1726 Andrew J. Tays------------------ 1726 time extended to establish, Holger ~. Trandum ___________________ _ validatec!:. David Alvillar ___________ _ Oscar T. Locken _________________ _ Fred ~orrison ___________________ _ Hans ~aurice ~aegle ____________ _ Englehard Sperstad ______________ _ Homestead Laws, repeal of provisions extending, to 1720 1727 1727 1727 1727 1851 Yellowstone ~ational Forest_ _ _ 622 H ome8teads, appropriation for classification, etc., of lands within national forests, etc., for __________________ 554, 1204 lands of entrymen of, under Reclama- tion projects, subject to State, etc., taxes____________________ 439 Homesteads, Entarged, appropriation for examining, classifying, etc., lands suitable for ______ 232,1595 Honduras, appropriation for minister to _______ 65,1096 extradition convention with, supple- mentary--------------------- 2489 treaty of friendship, commerce,. and consular rights with___________ 2618 Honorable Discharges Granted, (see also ~ilitary Records Corrected), John F. Fleming____________________ 2359 Frank Hanley _ _____________________ 1729 Frank L. ~errifield_________________ 2360 Honolulu, Hawaii, appropriation for public building______ 1042 deficiency appropriation for public building at___________________ 921 Hood, Martha B. (widow), pension increased_ _ _________________ 2244 Hood River, Oreg. Page. bridge across C'olumbia River at, legal- ized_________________________ 285 Hook, Lena (widow), pension increased___________________ 1741 Hooker, Anzonetta (widow), pension____________________________ 1776 Hookerl Ja.ne (widow), penslOn mcreased___________________ 2243 Hookerr Na:ncy J. (widow), penslOn mcreased_ _ _________________ 2305 Hoon, Kirby, credit in postal accounts_____________ 2359 Hoon, ?~nda (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 2200 Hoon, !tfa~y A. (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 1825 Hoopa Valley, Calif., appropriation for Indian school, improvements________________ 1578 Hoopa Valley Indian Hospital, Calif., appropriation for maintenance, etc., of________________________ 220, 1581 Hoopa Valley Indian Re8ervation, Calif., deficiency appropriation for part coo of a bridge and road on________ 902 sum authorized for half the cost of bridge and road on____________ 589 California, etc., to furnish the balance, and maintain both____________ 590 Hope and Help Mission, D. C ., appropriation for care of women and childrenunder _____________ 676,1293 Hooper, A'?lY (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 2161 Hooper, A,!nie H. (widow), penSIon mcreased_ _ _________________ 2158 Hooper, Sarah E. (widow), penSIon mcreased___________________ 2186 Hoover! A~ni6 (widow), . penSIon mcreased___________________ 2144 Hoover! C~harine (widow), penSIon mcreased_ _ _________________ 2052 Hoover , Mattie J. (widow), pen~on____________________________ 1776 Hope, lja~ J. (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 2075 Hopi Indian Hospital, Ariz., appropriation for support, etc., 01-_ _ _ _ 1581 Hopi Indian R6IJervation, Ariz., appropriation for miscellaneous irriga- tion projects on ____________ 210,1572 for Chimopovy day school, construc- tion_________________________ 1577 Hopi Indians, Ariz., deficiency appropriation for wfloter sup- ply on reservations____________ 1617 for reimbursing, for livestock of, destroyed to prevent contagious diseases______________________ 1638 Hopkin;s, 4daline B. (widow), penslOn mcreased___________________ 2175 Hopkins, Major E. 0 ., . Army Quarter- master Corptl, credits allowed in accounts of, for ac- quiring Canadian properties_ 463, 2260 Hopkins, Nancy J. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2253 Hopler! Phjlippina (widow), penslOn mcreased_ __________________ 2178 Hopper, Annis (widow), pension____________________________ 1824 Hoptlon, Ada J. (daughter), pension____________________________ 1787