Emergency Relief Appropriation: Hearing Before the Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations in Charge of Deficiency Appropriations. Seventy-fourth Congress, First Session. H.J. Res. 117

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1935 - 48 pages
 

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Page 6 - No estimate or request for an appropriation and no request for an increase in an item of any such estimate or request and no recommendation as to how the revenue needs of the Government...
Page 18 - I am not willing that the vitality of our people be further sapped by the giving of cash, of market baskets, of a few hours of weekly work cutting grass, raking leaves or picking up papers in the public parks. We must preserve not only the bodies of the unemployed from destitution, but also their self-respect, their self-reliance and courage and determination.
Page 26 - The estimated difference between the postage revenue collected during the year on mailings of newspapers and periodicals published by and in the...
Page 68 - For travel and miscellaneous expenses in the Postal Service, office of the Postmaster General, the current appropriation is $1,000, and for 1931 you are estimating the same amount.
Page 26 - The estimated amount which would have been collected during the year at regular rates of postage on publications going free in the...
Page 77 - The next item is for travel and miscellaneous expenses in the Postal Service, office of the First Assistant Postmaster General, $1,000, the same as in previous years.
Page 26 - Corps; in non-Federal works, mostly self-liquidating and highly useful to local divisions of Government; and on many other projects which the Nation needs and cannot afford to neglect. This is the method which I propose to you in order that we may better meet this present-day problem of unemployment. Its greatest advantage is that it fits logically and usefully into the long-range permanent policy of providing the three types...
Page 255 - For the transmission of mail by pneumatic tubes or other similar devices In the city of New York, including the Borough of Brooklyn of the city of New York...
Page 75 - Agriculture, including all of its bureaus, offices, institutions, and services located in Washington, District of Columbia, and elsewhere...
Page 135 - Whoever shall willfully or maliciously injure, tear down, or destroy any letter box or other receptacle intended or used for the receipt or delivery of mail...

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