Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1948: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eightieth Congress, First Session, on the Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1948
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1947 - 364 pages
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Page 23 - For serving a writ of possession, partition, execution, or any final process, the same mileage as is allowed for the service of any other writ, and for making the service, seizing or levying on property, advertising and disposing of the same by sale, set off, or otherwise according to law receiving and paying over the money, the same fees and poundage as are or shall be allowed for similar services to the sheriffs of the states, respectively, in which the service is rendered.
Page 173 - STEFAN. Oh, I understand. Mr. CARUSI. "Where do you want to go? What do you want to do?" Mr. STEFAN. You say there were very few USA's? Mr. CARUSI. Very few USA's compared to the large number of others. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE Mr. STEFAN. Let us talk now about the fiscal affairs of the Service. It might be well to supply for the record, Mr. Carusi, the...
Page 41 - Nations, lengthy negotiations commenced with the State of New York and the city of New York, and, of course, the Federal Government.
Page 105 - We spent most of it for books and other types of equipment we do not have to replace now. Mr. STEFAN. How much did you get last year? Mr. ANDRETTA. You gave us $54,200. Mr. STEFAN. What did you buy with that? Typewriters? Mr. ANDRETTA. Books, automobiles, very few typewriters and adding machines, some calculators, and filing cabinets.
Page 104 - Republics, shall from time to time cause to be prepared an appropriate list of (a) certain persons deemed to be, or to have been acting or purporting to act, directly or indirectly, for the benefit of, or under the direction of...
Page 24 - But when more than two writs of any kind required to be served in behalf of the same party on the same person might be served at the same time, the marshal shall be entitled to compensation for travel on only two of such writs...
Page 23 - For the keeping of personal property attached on mesne process, such compensation as the court, on petition setting forth the facts under oath, may allow.
Page 59 - PROGRAM I would like to point out to the members of this committee that only recently we had some 33 attorneys working full time and overtime on the loyalty program as requested by the President and that the Attorney General made out a list of organizations deemed to be subversive, and that list was published the other day and contained the names of a number of organizations.