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INDEX. 3251 Narcotic Farms, United Statea-Continued. Pap. any addict, except an unconvicted alien, may apply for admission to__________________________ 1088 examination and report by Public Health agent_________________ 1088 if applicant an addict, and if, by treatment, may be cured_______ 1088 discretionary admission authorized_ 1088 voluntary submission to period of treatment required___________ 1088 suitable accommodations available after convicts have been ad- mitted_ ___ _________ ____ ____ _ 1088 payment of subsistence, etc., by applicanL___________________ 1088 confinement for period necessary for cure, etc_ ____ ____ _____ _______ 1088 no citizenship rights forfeited; record of confinement confidential and not divulged ____________ .___ _ 1088 Federal convicts upon discharge, or re- lease on parole from narcotic farm, to have transportation and gratuities furnished upon dis- charge from institution which sentenced or transferred_______ 1088 courts having power to place dependents on probation, may impose on an addict treatment at a narcotic farm until cured______________ 1088 gratuities and transportation to be furnished probationer upon dis- charge______________________ 1089 paymen~ o! expense from farm ap- propriation_ _ _ _ _____ _____ ___ _ 1089 punishment for unauthorized introduc- ing narcotic drugs into a farm __ attempt of inmate to eseape_______ _ procuring escape of inmate, etc ____ _ provisions for deportation of alien ad- 1089 1089 1089 dict upon discharge _________ ,._ 1089 NarcotiC3, appropriation for expenses, restricting sale of, etc ________________ 170, 1035 deficiency appropriation for expenses, restricting sale of, etc _______ 31, 1671 convention wi,th ~onduras to suppress smugglmg m _________________ 2489 special annual license tax on occupa- tions, etc., using, modified _ _ _ _ _ 867 fractions of a. year added _______ _ __ _ 867 Nash, 9ar~ie W. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _________ ________ _ 1973 Nash, Elizabeth (wid()W), pension____________________________ 2173 Nash, Ella Oldham (widow), pension____________________________ 1972 Nash, -! en,,!ie (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 2221 Nashville President8' Plaza Commission, established for erecting memorial to former Presidents Andrew Jack- son, James K. Polk, and Andrew Johnson, in Nashville, Tenn ____ 1020 composition oL___________________ 1020 Nashville, Tenn., memorial to be erected in, to memory of former Presidents Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, and Andrew Johnson______________ 1020 lli3yor of, to be a member of Nashville Presidents' Plaza Commission_ _ 1020 Nason, Laura A. (widow), pension increased_ _ __ __ ____ __ __ __ ___ 2238 NtUon,.S~an Ingalls (toidQW), Pap. pensIOn mcreased ___________________ 2062 Natchez, Miss., time extended for bridging Mississippi River,at _____________________ 1094 Natchez-Vidalia Bridge and Terminal Company, time extended for bridging Mississippi River, at Natchez, Miss., by _ _ _ 1094 Nation! M?-ry J. (widow), pensIOn mcreased _ __________________ 1974 National Advisory Committee for Aero- nautiC3, appropriation for expenses _ _ _ _ __ _ _ 582, 1240 for printing and binding for _ _ __ _ 582, 1240 deficiency appropriation for _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ 6, 43 for scientific research, etc _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ 1627 for additional amount for seaplane channel, etc _________________ _ for salaries, 1929 _________________ _ membership increased by three ______ _ National Arboretum, D. C ., deficiency appropriation for expenses acquiring site for_____________ _ N ationaZ Bank of Commerce, Philadel- phia, Pa., 1627 1676 1451 14 agreements with Union Trust Company of Providence, R. 1 ., and, for indemnity, authorized_________ 1712 National Board for Promotion of Rift~ Practice, Army, appropriation for national matches and Small Arms Firing SchooL _ _ 351, 1373 for quartermaster supplies, etc., for civilian rifle ranges _________ 352,1373 for incidental expenses __________ 353,1374 for ordnance equipment for rifle ranges ____________________ 353, 1374 allowance for personal expenses of, at national matches______________ 786 incidental expenses_ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ ____ 786 N ationaZ Capital Park and Planning Com- mission, D. C., appropriation for incidental, etc., ex- penses____________________ 679,1296 for purchase of sites ____ ___ _ _ __ _ 680, 1296 limitation on purchases of sites; none outside the District_ _ _ _ _ _ 1296 for acquiring lands connecting Pota- mM, Zoological, and Rock Creek Parks _ __ _________________ 680, 1296 Director of Public Buildings and Parks, etc., to be executive a.nd dis- 727 bursing officer _______________ _ may acquire lands for park purposes, reserving limited rights to owner _ 1070 limitation; park purposes not im- paired, etc_ ______ __ ______ ___ _ 1070 permanent rights in adjoining lands to prevent value for parks, etc., not impaired by the use thereof. 1070 protection more economically than fee title______________________ 1070 subject to President's approvaL _ ___ 1070 Director of, may lease land, etc., pend- ing need thereof for immediate park, etc., use ______ ~_________ 1070 location of warehouse of General Sup- ply Committee, subject to ap- provalof. ___________________ 1343 modifications of plans for Mall Parkway to be recommended by_ _ _ _____ 1696 permits for use of reservation, etc., for inauguration of the President, 1929, to be issued by Director of. 1140