Second Deficiency Appropriation Bill for 1935, Hearings Before the Subcommittee of ... 74-1, on H.R. 8554

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Page 102 - Claims is hereby directed to consider and to offset against any amount found due the said tribe or band all sums expended gratuitously by the United States for the benefit of the said...
Page 58 - ... deal with the system of state banks then existing in the several states. He was forbidden by the Subtreasury Act of 1846 to receive notes of state banks, and was required to receive into and pay from the Treasury only the coin of the United States; but by the act of Aug.
Page 60 - Your compensation will be determined by the Attorney General upon the conclusion of your services.
Page 95 - Islands for $23,862,750.78, being an amount equal to the increase in value (resulting from the reduction of the weight of the gold dollar) of the gold equivalent at the opening of business...
Page 95 - That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed, when the funds therefor are made available, to establish on the books of the Treasury a credit in favor of the treasury of the Philippine Islands for...
Page 37 - Said commission shall have the absolute control of and the allotment of all space in the several public buildings owned or buildings leased by the United States in the District of Columbia, with the exception of the Executive Mansion and office of the President, Capitol Building, the Senate and House Office Buildings, the Capitol power plant, the buildings under the jurisdiction of the Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, and the Congressional Library...
Page 50 - ... will promote peace to such an extent as to make it worth while to risk slight international frictions now, if by so doing a free system can be obtained; one that will most rapidly expand due to normal competitive processes. The men supporting both points of view were honest in their opinions. It seemed to me at the time, and it seems to me today, that a compromise between the views of these groups was and -is possible. The first group, that is those who would like to make air...
Page 96 - ... circulation of the Philippine Islands. The United States enjoyed an increase in the value of its currency reserves corresponding to the decrease in the value of the dollar. As the Philippine currency is interlocked with the United States gold dollar under laws enacted by the United States Congress, it would be equitable to reestablish the Philippine currency reserves on deposit in the United States at their former gold value as of January 31, 1934.
Page 103 - Any suit pending in the Court of Claims or the Supreme Court of the United States...
Page 102 - ... any and all legal and equitable claims arising under or growing out of the Act of January 14, 1889...

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