Post Office Appropriation Bill, 1927: Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations Consisting of Messrs. Martin B. Madden (Chairman), William S. Vare, Walter W. Magee, Maurice H. Thatcher, Joseph W. Byrns, and James A. Gallivan in Charge of Post Office Appropriation Bill for 1927. Sixty-ninth Congress, First Session. November 19, 1925

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1925 - 370 pages
 

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Page 211 - Finance. — The financial operations, including the collection and deposit of postal revenues; the distribution of postal funds among the several depositaries so as to equalize, as far as possible, receipts and expenditures in the same section; the payment by warrant of all accounts settled by the auditor; the receipt and disposition of all moneys coming directly to the department; and the keeping of books of account showing the fiscal operations of the postal and money order services and the regulation...
Page 236 - Act for the payment for personal services in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Classification Act of 1923...
Page 106 - For the transmission of mail by pneumatic tubes or other similar devices In the city of New York, including the Borough of Brooklyn of the city of New York...
Page 285 - ... first offense, be imprisoned not more than ten years; and if in effecting or attempting to effect such robbery, he shall wound the person having custody of the mail, or put his life in jeopardy by the use of a dangerous weapon, or for a subsequent offense, shall be imprisoned twenty-five years.
Page 153 - General is hereby authorized to continue the work of ascertaining the revenues derived from and the cost of carrying and handling the several classes of mail matter and of performing the special services...
Page 278 - ... into a post office or any building used in whole or in part as a post office, with intent to commit in such post office, or part of said building used as a post office, any larceny or other depredation.
Page 278 - Not exceeding $1,000 for the arrest and conviction of any offender on the charge of assaulting any person having lawful charge, control, or custody of any mail, or money or other property of the United States...
Page 338 - Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Page 278 - States, or any part thereof, shall, for the first offense, be imprisoned not more than ten years; and if in effecting or attempting to effect such robbery he shall wound the person having custody of...
Page 285 - ... and to allow only one reward where several persons have been convicted of the same offense or where one person has been convicted of several offenses, unless the circumstances have entitled the person to a reward on each conviction.

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