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Page vi - Interior, who shall transmit and dispose of such power and energy in such manner as to encourage the most widespread use thereof at the lowest possible rates to consumers consistent with sound business principles, the rate schedules to become effective upon confirmation and approval by the Federal Power Commission.
Page 7 - Department, and other public and private agencies have pointed to the need for extending the coverage of the Old Age and Survivors Insurance provisions of the Social Security Act...
Page 57 - Administration to the Grand River Dam Authority, an agency of the State of Oklahoma, for the construction of the project.
Page 309 - MAIL SERVICE The transportation of mails in Alaska is under the supervision of the superintendent of the Thirteenth Division, Railway Mail Service, Seattle, Wash. This office exercises supervision over the entire Alaska service and has immediate charge of all service in southeastern Alaska and all direct steamship service from Seattle.
Page 311 - Four-year degree courses were offered in agriculture, arts and letters, business administration, chemistry, civil engineering, education, general science, home economics and premedicine.
Page 197 - Case. making, the' road hereby authorized to be laid out, or of any part thereof." 3 Stat. 604. In 1822 the road had been finished from Cumberland to Wheeling. In the same year, an act ordering the erecting of toll gates and the imposition of tolls on the road was passed by both houses of Congress, but was vetoed by President Monroe. A continuance of the road was laid out, graded, bridged and made a highway from the Ohio River opposite Wheeling to the seat of government of the State of Missouri,...
Page 3 - The commission is charged with the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails in Alaska. Construction and maintenance of airfields, telephone lines, and shelter cabins are also undertaken for the Territory. Funds are made available for this work by annual congressional appropriations, from the "Alaska Fund," and from contributions by the Territory of Alaska and others.
Page 131 - An Act authorizing associations of producers of aquatic products" approved June 25, 1934 (15 USC 522); review of orders of petroleum control boards under section 5 of the Act entitled "An Act to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in petroleum and its products by prohibiting the shipment in such commerce of petroleum and its products produced in violation of State law, and for other purposes...