Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1802

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3456 INDEX. Way. and M Mn. CommiUee, H ouae oj Rep- ruemcuillu-Continued. members of. etc.; expenses. except print- ing and binding, payablefrom the contingent fllnd ___ . _________ _ Waynubvrg. Pa., deficiency appropriation for public Weaks,_ R~~:nr~~)~--------------- penslOn mcreased __________________ _ Weasel, Leo Bear, penmon ___________________________ _ Weather Bureau, Department oj Agri- culture, appropriation for salaries and expenses_ furnishing forecasts for air naviga- P~. 1607 33 1907 2316 543, 1194 tion ______________________ 544, 1194 telegraph, etc., rates and contracts to be adjusted _____________ 544,1194 cooperation with other Bureaus, etc _______________________ 544,1194 fo:>" Chief of Bureau and office per- sonnel ____________________ 544,1194 for expenses in Washington ______ 544,1194 for printing office expenses_ __ __ _ 544, 1195 restriction on printing by Bureau; exception _________________ 544,1195 for expenses outside of Washington 544, 1195 for observatioIlFJ, warnings. etc __ 544, 1195 for aerological stations; atmospheric investigations, etc __________ 544,1195 deficiency appropriation for general ex- penses ___________ 12,41,44,933,1616 for expenses outslde of Washington__ 894 for building, etc., San Juan, "P. R ., station _____________________ _ for study of atmosphclic phenomena_ for salaries, 1929 _________________ _ care, etc., of Mount Weather, Va., station transferred to Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of National Capital; sale 1633 1633 1677 of, repealed __ ________________ 1625 payments for expert services for Bureau building at Lansing, Mich., al- lowed ______________________ _ station at Mount Weather, Va., to be 11 sold_________________________ 311 proceeds to be deposited as miscel- laneous receipts_______________ 311 Weather.poon, Angie N. (widow), penmon____________________________ 1801 Weather.tone, Andrew C., pension____________________________ 2321 Weatherwalk., Edward, name placed on yellow fever honor roll and presented gold medaL _ __ _ _ 1409 widow of, to receive 1125 monthly_____ 1410 Weaver, At!dphia L. (widow), penslOn lDcreased_ __________________ 2289 Weaver, Dick, claim of, to be adjusted______________ 2366 Weaver, Jennie S. (widow), pension____________________________ 1743 Weaver, LiUy O. (daughter), pension____________________________ 1941 Weaver! Lofena A. (widow). penSIon lDcreasecL__________________ 1975 Weaver, p~~ R. (widow). penslOn lDcreased___________________ 2267 Webb, Edward C. F., payment to•• ______________________ 2326 Webb, Ida M. (widow). hp. pension____________________________ 1761 Webb, Jacob F .• military record corrected_____________ 1713 Webb, Jennie (widow), pension increased_ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ __ 1958 Webb, !rfar.garet J. (widow), penslOn lllcreased_ _ __ ____ __ __ _ ___ __ _ 1950 Webb, !rfar.ion G. (widow). penSlOn lllcreased_ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ 2202 Webb, !rfar.y A. (widow), penSlOn mOl eased _ __________________ 1748 Weber, Lieutenant Henry C., Navy, may be appointed lieutenant com- manderin Medical Corps_______ 1729 Webster, Alice F. (widow), pension increased_ _ ___ __ _ ___ ____ __ __ 2266 Web.ter, Ellen (widow), pension____________________________ 1947 Weddle! El!'ler H., penSlOn lllCreased ___ ._ ______ ____ _____ 2004 Weddle, R~ M. (widow), pension____________________________ 1766 Wedge,. Celina (widow), penSlOn Increased ______ .. ____________ 2106 Weego, Bertha W. (widow), pension increased_ ___ __ ___ __ _______ _ 1886 Weeklell, Eyeline (widow), pensIOn lDcreased_ _ __ _______________ 2298 Week., Alice M. (widow), pension____________________________ 1751 Weeks,. Eli~abeth A. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ __ __ _ ___ ____ _____ 2167 Weeks,. PllI.nwuth (widow), pensIOn lllcreased_ _ __ _ _ __ __ ____ _ __ __ 1932 Wegener, E. H., may bridge Mississippi River, at Ches- ter, TIL______________________ 283 time extended for bridging Missisl!ippi River, at CheBter,Ill.,by ______ 1529 Wehrly, Margaret I. (widow), pension increased_ _ _______ ___ _ __ __ __ 2062 Weidle, Sarah (widow), pension increased_ _ _ __ _____ __ _ _ ___ _ _ 2128 Weidli~h, ¥argarete (widow), pensIOn Increased_ __________ __ _____ _ 2318 Weid~, ~lizabeth P. (widow), penSIOn lllcreased_ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ __ __ __ _ 2052 Weidn~, B.arah J. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ __ ____ _ _ __ __ __ _ __ 2096 Weiger~, SC!rah E. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ _______________ __ 2117 Weight, and M ea3urea, International Bureau of, appropriation for contribution______ 69, 1100 deficiency appropriation for annual con- tribution to__________________ 1612 Weights and Mea3ures, International Com- mitteeoJ, appropriation for attendance of mem- ber ________________________ 90,1121 Weight3, MelUJurea, and Markets, D. C., Superintendent oj, appropriation for office personneL _ _ 646, 1264 for inspection expenses _________ 647,1264 for maintenance, etc., of markets_ 647, 1264 Western, repairs, equipment, etc__ 647 formotortrucks,etc ____________ 647,1264 Weim~, S,!rah R. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ ________ _ __ __ __ _ _ 2098 Wei33, Emily E. (widow). pension____________________________ 1799 Weitz, Tereaita (widow), pension____________________________ 1842