District of Columbia Appropriation Bill for 1936: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations in Charge of District of Columbia Appropriation Bill for 1936
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1935 - 871 pages
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Page 187 - Act shall not apply to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Page 217 - Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act," approved March 4, 1927, including all amendments that may hereafter be made thereto, shall apply in respect to the injury or death of an employee of an employer carrying on any employment in the District of Columbia, irrespective of the place where the injury or death occurs; except that in applying such provisions the term "employer" shall be held to mean every person carrying on any employment in the District of Columbia, and the term "employee"...
Page 587 - ... such department, and have no permanent value or historical interest, then it shall be the duty of such head of the department to sell as waste paper, or otherwise dispose of such files of papers upon the best obtainable terms after due publication of notice inviting proposals therefor, and receive and pay the proceeds thereof into the Treasury of the United States, and make report thereof to Congress.
Page 566 - Whenever any member of the Police Department or the Fire Department of the District of Columbia shall become temporarily disabled by injury received or disease contracted in the actual discharge of his duty, to such an extent as to require medical or surgical services other than such as can be rendered by the Board of Police and Fire Surgeons...
Page 105 - ... the average of the compensation rates specified for the grade by such Act, as amended, and in grades in which only one position is allocated the salary of such position shall not exceed the average of the compensation rates for the grade...
Page 138 - He is held responsible, under his bond (in amount of $100,000; annual premium $135, paid by collector), for all taxes except such as he may not be able to collect after duly complying with requirements of existing law.
Page 641 - Repairs and improvements, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia: For repairs and improvements to the United States Court of Appeals Building, including repair and maintenance of the mechanical equipment, and for labor and material and every item incident thereto, $2,500, to be expended under the direction of the Architect of the Capitol.
Page 558 - UNIFORMS Mr. COLLINS. For furnishing uniforms and other official equipment prescribed by department regulations as necessary and requisite in the performance of duty to officers and members of the Metropolitan Police, including cleaning, alteration, and repair of articles transferred from one individual to another, the estimate for 1940 is $47,600.
Page 142 - Mr. PRETTYMAN. I would be glad to do that. Mr. DITTER. Thank you, Mr. Prettyman. DECEMBER 14, 1934. Hon. CLARENCE CANNON, Chairman House Subcommittee on Appropriations for the District of Columbia, House of Representatives, Washington, DC DEAR MR. CANNON: Yesterday you inquired of me as to the history of the bill to amend the gambling laws of the District. Upon my return to the office I checked up on the information which I gave you. It appears that the bill (S. 2925) was reported by the Senate Committee...