Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1801

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INDEX. 3455 Wa&hington Terminal Company, Pap. acceptance of sum in compromise with, for expenses of grading street, etc., due to subsidence by con- structing railroad tunnel under First Street east, Washington, D. C________________________ 398 Wa&hington', Birthplace, Wakefield, Va., appropriation for maintenance, etc_ 358, 1379 W Mte ProducU, appropriation for industrial utilization of, from the land ____________ 94,1124 Water Department, D. C., appropriation for personal services, revenue, etc., branches _____ 680, 1297 for operating expenses_ _ ___ _ _ __ _ 680, 1297 deficiency appropriation for salaries, 1929________________________ 1694 Water Service, D. C., appropriation for expenses, wholly from water revenues ____________ 680, 1296 for Washington Aqueduct, reservoir, tunnel, filtration plant, etc __ 680, 1297 for maintenance, etc., Conduit Road_ 680, 1297 control of Secretary of War over Aqueduct, etc., not affected_ 680, 1297 for revenuer insF-ection, and distri- bution branches __ _________ 680, 1297 for water department, maintenance distributIOn system _________ 681,1297 for extending distribution system_ 681, 1297 for installing meters ____________ 681,1297 for fire, etc., hydrants __________ 681,1297 for replacement of old, etc., mllins 681, 1297 for new mains _________________ 681,1297 deficiency appropriation for site for new third higli service reservoir_____ 11 for removal, etc., of water mains incident to public buildings construction____ _ __ __ __ __ ___ _ _ 34 for maintenance of distribution sys- tem_________________________ 1631 rates of assessment for laying water , mains, continued______________ 11 Water Street NW., D. C., appropriation for widening roadway, etc., Wisconsin Avenue to Thirty- fifth Street__ __ ____ ___________ 655 Water Supply of the United States, appropriation for investigating, etc., to determine the ___________ 232,1594 Waterbury, Conn., deficiency appropriation for building for post office, etc_____________ 1662 Waterbury, Conn., Republican, appropriation for advertising, author- ized_________________________ 2333 W ater~m~, Lawrence, pensIOn lIlcreased___________________ 1995 Waterman, Blanche L. (widow), ~;.;TarmstroBot (talk))i~rlha-E~(TarmstroBot (talk));--------- 1813 penSIOn lIlcreased_ _ __ __ __ __ _ __ __ ___ _ 1943 Waters, Rosanna (widow), ~e~::oS~i~hE.- (~;')-,--- -- - - - -- --- - 2313 penSIOn lIlcreased___________________ 1876 Waters, Thomas (fother), ~:::~o:d8-~fIi~vi9~bDJ-W~~;;,--------- 2382 amounts authorized for 1928, 1929, and 1930, to purchase lands for the protection of, etc_ _ _ _ _ ___ __ ___ 468 Waterside Drivll NW., D. C., Pap. appropriation for paving, etc., Belmont Road to Allen Street; from ga&- oline tax fund________________ 1270 Watertown z N. Y., appropi'lation for public building ___ 181, 1044 Watkins, John (son), pension____________________________ 1887 Watkins, Stella M. (widow), pension____________________________ 1762 Wats~, Cc:rris (widow), penSIOn lIlcreased_ _ _ _ ____ _ __ _ ___ _ __ _ 2207 Watson, Edla P. (widow), pension____________________________ 1870 Watso~, E1fImaM. (widow), penSIOn lIlcreased__ _ _ ___ ___ __ _ __ __ __ 1972 Watson, Major George N., claim o.f; to be adjusted_ ___ __________ 2366 Watson, Harriet E. (widow), pension____________________________ 1973 Wiltson, Ida C. (mother), pension ____________________________ 2380 Wats~, M.arilda A. (widow), penSIOn lIlcreased___________________ 2124 Wat8o~, M.ary J. (widow), pensIOn lIlcreased _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ ___ ___ __ 2268 Wats~, So;rah E. (widow), penSIOn mcreased_ _ ________ __ __ _____ 1892 Walt, A mericu8, pension____________________________ 2381 Watt, -¥ar¥ S. (widow), penSIon mcreased_ _ ______________ ___ 2093 Watts, Devonah (widow), pension____________________________ 1996 Watts, .Em,,!,a J. (widow), penSIOn mcreased_ _________ _________ 2194 Watts, Vera M., stock-raising homestead entry of, val- idated _________ . _ _ __ ________ __ 1157 Waughz Mlfrgaret (widow), penslOn mcreased_ _______ ___ ___ __ ___ 2179 Waughz Mary S. (widow), penSlOn increased_ _ _ ___ _ _ _ __ __ _____ _ 1923 Waukegan, Ill., appropriation for public building_ _ _ 181, 1044 deficiency appropriation for public building at _________________ ' _ _ 1662 Way, Mattie R. (widow), pension increased___________________ 2104 Wayla1!d, 0zzie A. (widow), penSlon lIlcreased_ ____ ____ ________ __ 1739 Wayne, General Anthony, deficiency appropriation for erection of historical museum as a memo- rial to, Fort Defiance, Ohio_____ 1666 cooperation with Ohio for a. historical museum as a memori& to, on site of Fort Defiance, Ohio______ 1009 Wayne! El~zabeth C. (widow), penSIOn mcreased_ _ _____ ____________ 2110 Ways and Means Committee, H QUSIl of Rep- resentatives, deficiency appropriation for expenses, revising customs laws__________ 3 consolidated hearings before, on tariff readjustment, ordered printed__ 2396 members of, elected to 7lst Congress, authorized to hold hearings, etc., in preparation for a. revision of the Tariff Act of 1922__________ 1607 to employ expert, etc., services_ _ _ _ _ 1607 printing and binding and other nec- essary expenses authorized_____ 1607