Legislative Establishment Appropriation Bill for 1934: Hearings , Seventy-second Congress, Second Session

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Page 25 - Amounts appropriated for the expenses of the joint committee shall be disbursed one-half by the Secretary of the Senate and one-half by the Clerk of the House.
Page 59 - Subject to the joint action of the Vice President of the United States and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the jurisdiction and control including the care and maintenance of the legislative garage.
Page 130 - For paper, chemicals, and miscellaneous supplies necessary for the operation of the photoduplicating machines of the Library and the making of photoduplicate prints, $5,000.
Page 151 - ... repeat it — even the coal in time will be exhausted. Maybe the geologists will take me to task on that and say it is inexhaustible. If our water resources now due to evaportation and our mountains gives out, God help us, there will be no need for phosphate. Now, there is another phase of this problem I should like to bring to your attention, and that is the fact that this phosphate rock contains a fairly sizable percentage of vanadium, a very important alloy and constituent of steel, and it...
Page 152 - For extra services of employees and additional employees under the Librarian to provide for the opening of the Library Building on Sundays and on legal holidays, at rates to be fixed by the Librarian — 4, 500.
Page 149 - For purchase of new books of reference for the Supreme Court, to be a part of the Library of Congress, and purchased by the marshal of the Supreme Court, under the direction of the Chief Justice...
Page 130 - For the publication of the Catalogue of Title Entries of the Copyright Office and the decisions of the United States courts involving copyright, $45,000.
Page 23 - The next item is on page 56 of the appropriation bill, and is for the payment for certain services. This paragraph is the same as it has been for many years and covers a variety of activities as mentioned in the estimate paragraph.
Page 41 - I get $51,933,072 value as against an assessment of $51,064,924. If anyone wishes to examine the details of those sales, I have the entire matter in one book here. Mr. McSwAiN. Mr. Chairman, I offer this summary for the record. The CHAIRMAN. Without objection, it will be made a part of the record. (The summary referred to is as follows:) Summary of sales 1 Assessment, 1931.

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