Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1560

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3214 INDEX. Library of Congress--Continued. appropriatio'l for building, superinten- dent and other personal serv- Ps&,e . ices _______________________ 529,1399 for Sunday opening, etc _________ 529,1399 for temporary, etc., services, care of building------------------ 529,1399 for mail, incidental expenses ______ 529,1399 for expenses of Tr'lst Fund Board_ 529, 1399 deficiency appropriation for Copyright Office_______________________ 4 for Sunday opening, etc___________ 4 for printing catalogue cards________ 4 for preparing biennial index to State legislation, etc _______________ _ for purchase of books, etc _________ _ for printing and binding __________ _ for salaries, 1929, under ___________ _ distribution, sales, etc., of catalogues 4 1608 1624 1675 of copyright entries _____ ._______ 714 joint commission provided for acquisi- tion of adjoining property for additions to _________________ _ office of administrative assistant, etc., of, abolished ________________ _ duties to be performed under the direction of Librarian ________ _ salary of Librarian increased ________ _ security of Elizabeth Robins Pennell, executrix of will of Joseph Pennell, 622 497 497 197 waived on legacy to___ ________ _ 1446 submission to Congress discontinued, of report of copyright entries ____ _ outside travel by employees _______ _ publications issued _______________ _ Library of Congress, Trust Fund Board, appropriation for expenses of, not 995 995 995 chargeable to trust fund ____ 529,1399 License Bureau, D. C., appropriation for salaries _________ 646,1263 for temporary services_____________ 646 license required for practice of phre- nology______________________ _ healing arts___________________ _ deficiency appropriation for vehicle tags_ Licemes, D. C ., 646 1327 7 required for practicing the healing arts_ 1327 LiChstefn~lla<>'!~~h (~~);------------ 646 pensIOn Increased_ _ ____ __ __ _ _ ___ _ __ _ 2218 Lichty, Charles J. (son), penmon____________________________ 1777 Liens Jor Internal Revenue Taus, unpaid taxes a lien upon all property of taxpayer___________________ 875 not valid against mortgagee, etc., until notice filed b~ collector _______ _ under State or Territorial 180ws __ _ in office of clerk of district cuurt ___ _ of District of Columbia S'lpreme Court ______________________ _ 875 876 876 876 cc.llector may issue certificate of release if lien satisfied or unenforceable_ 876 on acceptance of bond for payment of assessment, etc ______________ _ of partial discharge ______________ _ effect of certificate _______________ _ acceptance of single bond authorized_ application of certificate and bond __ release of, under former Act, repealed_ LiJe Saui'n9 Service (366 also Coast Guard, Treasury Department), deficiency appropriation for _________ _ Life Saving Testimonials, 876 876 876 876 876 876 935 appropriation for rescuing shipwrecked American seamen, etc_ _ _____ 68, 1100 Liggit, Sarah E. (wi.dow), Pa&,o. pension increased___________________ 2142 Light, :1nnje (widow), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 1896 Light Cruisers, appropriation for construction and ma- chinery of the second five______ 1468 for armor, armament, and ammuni- tion for the first five__________ 1469 Light Vessels, Lighthouse Bureau, appropriation for maintenance, etc __ 95, 1125 for officers and erews ____________ 96,1126 for constructing, etc _____________ 96,1126 Light, William A., payment to, for personal injuries______ 2012 Lightfoot, Amanda (widow), pension increased_ ________ ___ ___ ____ 1924 Lighthouse Keepers, appropriation for salaries __________ 96,1126 at isolated stations allowed expenses of travel, etc., for medical attention_ 1261 Lighthou3e Tenders (see Light Vessels), LighthoUJeB, establishing, with consent of Panama, on Jicarita Island and Morro Puercos, on Pacific Ocean approaches to Panama CanaL__ 1262 purchase of site for depots authorized at Newport, R. I ., and Portland and Rockland, Me________________ 1262 superintendents and engineers may be detailed to duty in Washington, D. C ., without change of status_ 1262 Lighthouses Bureau, Department of Com- merce, appropriation for Commissioner, and office personneL ____________ 95,1125 for general expenses, maintenance of aids to navigation, etc _______ 95, 1125 for contingent expenses __________ 95, 1125 for keepers of lighthouses- _______ 96, 1126 for officers and crews of vessels ___ 96,1126 for superintendents, clerks, etc ____ 96,1126 for retired pay __________________ 96, 1126 for public works, vessels aid to naviga- tion, etc ___________________ 96,1126 for 802:44, 7 January 2012 (UTC);-~~--~iTarmstroBot (talk)--~~-g!~~ 1126 deficiency appropriation for collision damages claims_ ___ ______ _____ 15 for retired pay____ _______ _________ 15 for salaries, lighthouse vessels_ _ _ _ __ 46 for general expenses 46, 933, 1617, 1671, 1673 for hurricane damage repairs, 1928__ 1636 for aids to navigation-------------- 1636 for salaries, 1929, under____________ 1680 additional land of Detroit Marine Hospital transferred for light- house purposes_______________ 1026 exchange of lands, with Chicago for new lighthouse reservation _ _ _ __ _ ___ 959 keepers at isolated stations allowed expenses of travel for medical attention ____________________ 1261 land on Kahoolawe, Hawaii, taken for purposesot._ ___ _______ _______ 2938 parcels of land of Parris Island Reser- vation S. C., transferred to con troi of Secretary of the Navy _ 1025 retentions for lighthouse uses___ _ ___ 1026 payment of 50 per cent for paving street in front of Detroit, Mich., Depot, authorized ____________ 1261 portion of Dutch Gap Lighthouse Reservation, Va., transferred to Colonial Dames of America _ _ _ _ 1024