District of Columbia Appropriations

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Page 461 - An Act for preventing the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded, or poisonous, or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and liquors, and for regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes...
Page 262 - ... shall be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the United States and the District of Columbia in equal parts.
Page 703 - In 1875 her energies were enlisted in work for poor colored children, and she became a member of the National Association for the Relief of Destitute Colored Women and Children, with which she has been connected ever since, being its efficient 25-
Page 862 - It is not a question of money ; it is a question of...
Page 426 - For repairs to apparatus, motor vehicles, and other motor-driven apparatus, fireboat and for new apparatus, new motor vehicles, new appliances, employment of mechanics, helpers, and laborers in the fire department repair shop, and for the purchase of necessary supplies, materials, equipment, and...
Page 737 - For deportation of nonresident insane persons, in accordance with the Act of Congress " to change the proceedings for admission to the Government Hospital for the Insane in certain cases, and for other purposes," approved January 31, 1899, $5,000.
Page 333 - ... for special and temporary services, directors, assistants, and janitor service during the summer vacation, and, in the larger yards, daily after school hours during the school term...
Page 801 - The children of officers and men of the United States Army, Navy, and Marine Corps and children of other employees of the United States stationed outside of the District of Columbia shall be admitted to the public schools without payment of tuition.
Page 72 - The Board shall have power to employ agents and such other assistants as may be necessary for the proper performance of its duties : Provided, That until further authorization by Congress, the sum which it may expend, including the salary of the secretary, shall not exceed the sum of $5,000.
Page 801 - Columbia, and be deposited by him in the Treasury of the United States, one-half to the credit of the United States and one-half to the credit of the District of Columbia.

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