Treasury and Post Office Departments Appropriation Bill, 1933, Supplemental Hearings Before the Subcommittee of ... , 72-1 on H.R. 9699

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Page 53 - These facilities, plus 24 radio traffic stations, 10 air radio stations and a network of 63 radio direction finder stations speed the response to distress calls, make possible the broadcasting of weather information and otherwise aid planes and vessels. By law the Coast Guard constitutes a part of the military forces of the United States...
Page 11 - Air-navigation facilities: For the establishment and maintenance of aids to air navigation, including the equipment of additional airmail routes for day and night flying; the construction of necessary lighting, radio, and other signaling and communicating structures and apparatus; repairs, alterations, and all expenses of maintenance and operation; investigation, research, and experimentation to develop and improve aids to air navigation; for personal services in the District of Columbia...
Page 2 - I think that it should be put in the record at this place. (The statement referred to is as follows:) ' This does not include the amount received by the Superintendent of Documents for the Official Ga/ette and other publications.
Page 58 - L no way whatever, except in so far as it is necessary to do so, to bring into existences federal constitution.
Page 28 - ... for general expenses indicated above. Doctor SCOTT. The total sum of $220,000, recommended by the Bureau of the Budget for the fiscal year 1934 will be used in the following manner: SUPPLIES AND MATERIAL The budget for supplies and materials for the year 1934 amounts to $69,730. This is the same as the amount included in the budget for the fiscal year 1933, and the Government is asked to appropriate $44,618 toward it. The sum of $69,730 in the university budget for supplies and materials is below...
Page 65 - That a provision of the public building act approved March 4, 1931, which authorized the acquisition of a suitable site for the post office at Hibbing, Minn., be, and the same is hereby, amended as follows : " ' Hibbing Minn., post office, etc. : For acquisition of site and construction of a building, under an estimated total cost of $135,000: Provided, That the Secretary of the Treasury may, in his discretion, accept a title which reserves or •excepts all ores or minerals on the lands, with the...

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