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Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 24, relating to the Department of Agriculture: Strikes out the increases of $25,000 and $50,000 proposed by the Senate under the Bureau of Plant Industry and the Forest Service, respectively, for blister-rust control; appropriates $35,000, as proposed by the Senate, for western irrigation agriculture; appropriates $800,000, as proposed by the Senate, for the construction of buildings on Government Island, Alameda, Calif., for the Bureau of Public Roads, the Forest Service, and the Coast Guard, as provided by law; and strikes out the appropriation of $5,000,000 inserted by the Senate for roads on unappropriated or unreserved public lands, nontaxable Indian lands, etc., and inserts in lieu thereof a continuance during the fiscal year 1932 of any unexpended balances under the appropriation of $3,000,000 for this purpose for the fiscal year 1931.
Nos. 26, 27, and 28, relating to the Department of Commerce: Appropriates $90,000, as proposed by the Senate, for salaries and expenses of the Federal Employment Stabilization Board; strikes out the appropriation of $15,000 inserted by the Senate for district and cooperative offices under the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce; and appropriates $147,000 for facilities for radio-research investigations by the Bureau of Standards, as authorized by the act of February 20, 1931.
Nos. 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 38, 39, and 40, relating to the Department of the Interior: Appropriates $1,217,221.25 for payment to the Uintah, White River, and Uncompahgre Bands of Ute Indians in accordance with the act of February 13, 1931; appropriates $165,000, as proposed by the Senate, for additional land for the Papago Indian Reservation, Ariz., as authorized by the act of February 21, 1931; makes technical corrections in connection with the House appropriations for the Frazer and Poplar, Mont., school districts appropriations; appropriates $75,000, as proposed by the Senate, for general support of Indians and administration of Indians' property; reduces the House amount of $100,000 for fees and expenses in connection with litigation involving Osage mineral rights to $25,000, as proposed by the Senate; provides, as proposed by the Senate, that $30,000 of power revenues on the North Platte irrigation project shall be available for the construction of transmission lines within the project.
Nos. 41 and 42, relating to the Department of Justice: Provides for one passenger automobile at $3,000, as proposed by the House, instead of two with an appropriation of $6,000, as proposed by the Senate; and inserts the appropriation of $2,900, proposed by the Senate, for printing and binding for the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.
No. 43: Appropriates $140,000, as proposed by the Senate, for salaries and expenses for the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the fiscal year 1932.
No. 47: Appropriates $10,000,000, as proposed by the Senate, for alterations to naval vessels as authorized by the act of February 28,
Nos. 48, 49, 50, 51, and 52, relating to the Department of State: Appropriates $15,000, as proposed by the Senate, for expenses of the Fourth Pan American Commercial Conference; makes $290.58 of the appropriation for the International Technical Consulting Committee on Radio Communication available for payment of expenses
incurred for entertainment; appropriates $56,000, as proposed by the Senate, for the arbitration between the United States and Sweden of a claim of a Swedish corporation under the special agreement between the two countries signed December 17, 1930; appropriates $400, as proposed by the Senate, for payment of an indemnity to the British Government on account of losses sustained by H. W. Bennett, a British subject, and appropriates $50,000 additional for expenses of participation by the United States in the International Exposition of Colonial and Overseas Countries at Paris, France.
Nos. 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 62, 63, 64, and 65, relating to the Treasury Department: Appropriates $9,160, as proposed by the Senate, instead of $6,860, as proposed by the House, for an additional amount for the division of mental hygiene of the Public Health Service; appropriates $150,000, as proposed by the Senate, for acquisition and enlargement of the laboratory for studies and research in connection with spotted fever at Hamilton, Mont.; provides a limit of cost of $75,000 for a public building at Bingham Canyon, Utah; strikes out the increase proposed by the Senate in the limit of cost for the Durham, N. C., public building; makes technical corrections in connection with the public buildings at Ellwood City, Pa., and Englewood, N. J.; strikes out the increase proposed by the Senate in the limit of cost of the public building at New London, Conn.; strikes out the increase proposed by the Senate in the limit of cost for the public building at Rockingham, N. C.; strikes out the increase proposed by the Senate in the limit of cost for the public building at Silver City, N. Mex., and inserts the authority proposed by the Senate for a public building at Texas City, Tex.
Nos. 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 78, 80, and 83, relating to the War Department: Transfers $400,000 from the appropriation "Subsistence of the Army, 1931," to the appropriation "Pay of the Army, 1931;" strikes out the appropriation of $188,850 proposed by the Senate for an additional amount for construction of buildings, etc., in Porto Rico; appropriates $73,528.61, as proposed by the Senate, for the Government road across the Fort Sill (Okla.) Military Reservation; appropriates $10,000, instead of $15,000 as proposed by the Senate, for repair of docks at Fort Screven, Ga.; appropriates $142,000, as proposed by the Senate, for completion of the sea wall, construction of a warehouse, and construction of water mains, Selfridge Field, Mich.; appropriates $53,000, as proposed by the Senate for the construction of buildings and utilities at Tucson Field, Ariz.; makes $126 of the appropriation for national cemeteries for the fiscal year 1929 available for the payment of obligations incurred during such fiscal year; appropriates $237,230, as proposed by the Senate, instead of $118,615, as proposed by the House, for paving Missionary Ridge Crest Road in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park from Sherman Heights to the Georgia State line, and modifies the limitations of the House and the Senate so as to exempt the State of Tennessee from contributing to such improvements, but to require that the State, upon completion of such improvements by the Federal Government, will accept title to the road and maintain the same in the future as an approach road to the park; appropriates $650 additional for a tablet to Nancy Hart; and appropriates $800, as proposed by the Senate, for a survey of flood control on the Salmon River, Alaska.
Nos. 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, and 89: Provides for the payment of claims for damages to or losses of privately owned property adjusted and determined by the different departments in accordance with existing law and certified to Congress for payment after the bill had passed the House.
No. 90: Appropriates $19,906.23 for the payment of judgments rendered against the United States by United States district courts in special cases, and certified to Congress for payment after the bill had passed the House.
Nos. 91, 92, 93, and 94: Provides, as proposed by the Senate, for the payment of judgments of the Court of Claims, certified to Congress after the bill had passed the House.
Nos. 96, 97, and 98: Appropriates $16,327.38 for the payment of claims allowed by the General Accounting Office, and certified to Congress after the bill had passed the House, and corrects section numbers in the bill.
No. 99: Strikes out the appropriation of $48,852.83 inserted by the Senate for refunds to certain railroads of interest payments made to the United States under sections 209g and 212 of the transportation
The committee of conference report in disagreement the following amendments, upon which the managers on the part of the House will recommend concurrence in the Senate amendments or concurrence in the Senate amendments with amendments:
No. 10: Authorizing the Public Printer to continue the employment of William Madden, a Congressional Record messenger at the Capitol, notwithstanding the provisions of the retirement act.
No. 23: Appropriating $2,700,000 for the boulevard to Mount Vernon.
No. 25: Appropriating $134,466.69 for reimbursement to the State of Florida for roads and bridges destroyed by floods.
No. 33: Appropriating $150,000 for the Hopi-Navajo Sanitorium, Winslow, Ariz.
No. 37: Appropriating $75,000 for investigations in connection with proposed and existing reservoirs for irrigation purposes on the North Platte River, Wyo.
No. 61: Establishing a limit of cost for a new Federal building at Omaha, Nebr.
No. 72: Appropriating $150,000 for construction of buildings and utilities at Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y.
No. 77: Appropriating $37,770 for paving Missionary Ridge Crest Road and Crest and Gap Road, Ga.
No. 81: Appropriating $20,000 for dredging the channel of Fort Pierce Harbor, Fla.
No. 95: Remanding to the Court of Claims the case of the Pocono Pines Assembly Hotels Co. with instructions to find the facts in the case and report to Congress.
No. 100: Appropriating $2,500 to aid the Grand Army of the Republic in its Memorial Day services on May 30, 1931.
The committee of conference report in disagreement the following additional amendments, upon which the managers on the part of the House will recommend that the House further insist on its disagreement to the Senate amendments:
No. 14: Appropriating $5,000,000 for additional hospital construction under the Veterans' Administration.
No. 36: Advancing $5,000,000 to the reclamation fund from the general fund of the Treasury.
No. 44: Appropriating $1,500,000, or an alternative of $500,000, for the United States Employment Service.
No. 45: Appropriating $1,000,000 to the Childrens' Bureau for the promotion of the health and welfare of mothers and infants.
No. 46: Appropriating $150,000 for improvements at the Charleston (S. C.), Navy Yard.
No. 59: Repealing a previous limitation in connection with the New Bern (N. C.), public building.
No. 66: Authorizing a limit of cost of $1,225,000 for a new building for the Court of Claims.
No. 79: Appropriating $100,000 for a monument in memory of the first permanent settlement of the West at Harrodsburg, Ky.
No. 82: Appropriating $10,000,000 for beginning construction of the Cove Creek Dam in Tennessee, in connection with the Muscle Shoals project.
WILL R. WOOD.
Managers on the part of the House.