District of Columbia Appropriation Bill: 1923, Hearing ... 67th Congress, 2d Session

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Page 475 - 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 276 - ... 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 279 - But a similar misapprehension of the nature of the machine would be much more likely to prevail if a clock could be so constructed as to strike only at the end of a year, or at the end of a century, — supposing the maker to have kept his design from being generally known. If, at the end of the...
Page 857 - That unless otherwise specially authorized by law, no money appropriated by this or any other Act shall be available for payment to any person receiving more than one salary when the combined amount of said salaries exceeds the sum of $2,000 per annum...
Page 613 - Columbia Hospital and Lying-in Asylum: For general repairs and for additional, construction, including labor and material for each and every item connected therewith.
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.
Page 264 - ... shall be paid wholly out of the revenues of the District of Columbia.
Page 356 - The moving charge to the subscriber will be the actual cost of labor and material necessary for making the change. In accordance with Bulletin No. 2, issued by me August 1, 1918, stating that "until further notice the telegraph and telephone companies shall continue, operation in the ordinary course of business through regular channels." in all cases where rate adjustments are pending or immediately necessary, they should be taken up by the company involved through the usual channels and action obtained...
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.

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