Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1596

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3250 INDEX. Myers, Anna L. (widow), Pare. pension ______ .. ____________ __ ____ ___ 1788 Myers,.Cal~fornia T. (widow), penSlOn mcrea.sed_ ___ __ _____ ___ __ __ _ 2176 Myers,. Cat.harine (widow), penstOn mcreased_ _ __ ___ ___ ____ ___ __ 2203 Myers, David J. D.; .: credit allowed, l r oreign Service officer, for loss of official funds________ 1854 Myers,. Do,!na M. (widow), penelOn mcreased_ ___ __ ___ __ ___ ___ __ 2071 Myers,.Em.ma L. (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 2210 Myers,.Em.ma M. (widow), penslOn mcreased_ _____ ___ ___ __ ____ _ 2086 Myer.~, George, pension.___________________________ 2321 MyeTs,.Ha!"nah M. J . (widow), penSlOn mcreased __________ .. ________ 2057 M yeTs,. La,,!ra (widow), penstOn mcreased___________________ 2297 Myers, Marie (widow), pension____________________________ 2319 Myers, Phoebe A. (widow), pension increased___________________ 1869 Myres, Ella (widow), pen~on____________________________ 2222 Myrick, Adeline E. (widow), pension____________________________ 1845 Myrie, Reginald Ethelbert, deficiency appropriation for indemnity to Great Britain for death oL _ 912 payment directed to British Govern- ment, for death oL___________ 683 Myrtle Avenue NE., D. C., appropriation for ~aving, etc., Central Avenue to Walnut Street; from gasoline tax fund_____________ 1270 N. N Street NW., D. C., appropriation for paving, Twenty- fourth to Twenty-fifth Streets; from gasoline tax fund _______ _ N aegZe, Hans Maurice, homestead entry by, validated _____ _ Nagle, .Em1fUJ L. (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Nail, E,lizapeth (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Nambe Indians, N. Mex., appropriation for settling land and water right losses oL ________ _ Nampa, Idaho, deficiency appropriation for public building at __________________ _ Nance,. Ell~n (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Naper,.Anqelina (widow), penRlOn mcreased ____________ . ______ _ Napier! Na;ncy (widow), pension mcreased __________________ _ Nara'm?re, .Medora I,. (widow), penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Narcotic Am, appropriation for expenses, enforcing __ deficiency appropriation for expenses 653 1727 2208 1935 1569 1659 2230 2248 2227 2244 170, 1035 enforcing ____________________ 31,42, 44,48,937,1618,1622,1652,1674 for enforcement, internal revenue___ 1618 Commissioner of Prohibition author- ized to direct advances by spe- cial disbursing agents for en- forcement oL_~ __ __ ______ _____ 374 Narcotic Division, Public H eaith Service, created to have eharge, etc., of the nareotic drugs farms _________ _ Narcotic Farms, United Staiu, deficiency appropriation for establish- ment, etc., under Public Health Service _____________________ _ for selection of sites ______________ _ meaning of terms used; "habit-forming narcotic drug" or "narcotic" _ _ _ "addict" _______________________ _ sites for institutions to be selected by Attorney Ceneral, Secretary of the Treasury, and Secretary of War _______________________ _ addicts who are Federal convicts, and others, to be confined and treated therein ______________ _ estimates of cost of, buildings, etc., to be submitted _____________ _ plans, etc., to be prepared in office of Supervising Architect- __ __ _ __ _ reimbursement of cost, for super- vising construction, etc _______ _ control, etc., vested in Secretary of the Treasury ___________________ _ Narcotic Division. Public Health Service, to be in charge of management, etc ____________ _ care, etc., of inmates, designed to re- habilitate, restore to health, etc_ rules for government to be promul- gated ______________________ _ information of methods of treatment, etc., to be given to representa- tives of each State ___________ _ transfers to narcotic farms of addicts sentenced to Federal penal in- stitutions, etc _______________ _ .exception in ease of nature of crime, or incorrigibility _______ _ from, if presence deterimental to in- stitution ____________________ _ by officer of the farm ____________ _ prosecuting officer to report to sen- tencing authority, the name, etc., of each convicted person believed to be an addict ______________ _ employment of inmates_____________ _ plants, etc., to be established______ _ sale of products to Government es- tablishments, etc ____________ _ payment for earnings ____________ _ working capital fund to be estab- lished ______________________ _ inmates not eligible for parole or good eon duct commutation, until cer- tified by Publie Health Service as no longer addicts __________ _ release by board of parole without return to institution from which transferred _________________ _ examination of inmate prior to expira- tion of sentenee, by Public Health representative ________ _ if believed still to be an addict to be informed of advisability of sub- mitting to further treatmenL __ upon approval of application, further treatment necessary to cure may be given ____________________ _ addict voluntarily submitting to treat- ment may be confined in, for a period necessary to affect a. cure, etc ________________________ _ Pa~. 1086 1654 1655 1085 1085 1085 1085 1085 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1086 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1087 1088