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Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An act making an appropriation for the purposes therein mentioned [effecting

An act making a partial appropriation for the support of the military establishment, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety six ... Passed the House of representatives March 7, 1796. [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno. [1796].

[Cadastral map of areas designated Appropriation no. 11 and Appropriation no. 12, Washington D.C.].

In Senate of the United States, April 26th, 1802. The Committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled "An act making an appropriation for the support of the navy of the United States for the year one thousand eight hundred and two," having con

Plan of the west end of the public appropriation in the city of Washington, called the Mall : as proposed to be arranged for the site of the university /

Hudson River appropriation. The case fairly stated. [Albany, 1832?].

Virginia Assembly. Resolutions relative to the repayment to Virginia by the government of the United States, of commutation pay, and for a further appropriation of government land to meet the unsatisfied claims of the officers and soldiers of th

Portion of H.O. chart #1800 showing parcels of land to be acquired by the U.S. Government through the Secetary [sic] of the Navy by condemnation, proceedings for naval purposes at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, Naval Appropriation Act, March 3, 1901 /

President Coolidge signing appropriation bills for the Veterans Bureau on the south lawn during the garden party for wounded veterans

United States Code: Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites, 43 U.S.C. § 662 (Suppl. 1 1925)

United States Code: Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites, 43 U.S.C. § 662 (Suppl. 7 1925)

United States Code: Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites, 43 U.S.C. § 662 (Suppl. 2 1925)

United States Code: Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites, 43 U.S.C. § 662 (Suppl. 3 1925)

United States Code: Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites, 43 U.S.C. § 662 (Suppl. 4 1925)

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room II

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room I

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room, coat of arms

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room, Washington at Valley Forge II

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room, Washington at Valley Forge I

U.S. Capitol frescoes. Fresco in Senate appropriation room, Storming of Stony Point

Woods testifies on unemployment. Col. Arthur Woods, Chairman of President Hoover's Emergency Employment Committee, testified before the Senate Appropriation Committee that unemployment in the United States had doubled since the census report of April 1, and that the total is now between 4,000,000 and 5,000,000. He predicted that the situation will not improve until spring and declared that unemployment and poverty are directly responsible for prevailing crime. At Wood's right is Sen. Wesley L. Jones, chairman of the Senate Committee. 1/7/31

Hitting the ball for Social Security, Wash. D.C. Frank Bane, executive director of the Social Security Board, and one of his secretaries, Miss Frances E. Murray, are busy going through organization matters as an appropriation is awaited which will enable the board to round out its plans. The filibuster of the late Senator Huey P. Long blocked Congressional appropriation at the close of the last session, 11635

Hitting the ball for Social Security, Wash. D.C. Frank Bane, executive director of the Social Security Board, and one of his secretaries, Miss Frances E. Murray, are busy going through organization matters as an appropriation is awaited which will enable the board to round out its plans. The filibuster of the late Senator Huey P. Long blocked Congressional appropriation at the close of the last session, 11/6/35

Leaders in drive to reduce death toll by motor vehicle accidents. Washington, D.C., Aug. 21. To reduce the death toll from motor accidents by adopting uniform traffic regulations throughout the United States was the object of the subcommittee of the Accident Prevention Conference meeting today at the Department of Commerce. Secretary of Commerce Daniel A. Roper, (right) who addressed the meeting today is shown with Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers, Massachusetts, whose bill for an appropriation of $50,000 for, a national safety and prevention program, was passed by the last Congress; and Rep. Emmot O'Neal, of Kentucky

Louisiana Senator investigates Civil Service promotions causing complaints. Washington, D.C., March 29[28}(?). Senator Allen Ellender, of Louisiana, recently received complaints that a pretty face means more to some of the Bureau Chiefs when time comes for a promotion in Government Service, so, the Senator asked for an appropriation to pursue an investigation of these allegations. Today he heard employees of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Left to right, Helen Hess, Betty Meininger, Senator Ellender, Mary Friend and Agnes M. Gallagher. 3-28-39

Favors one million more for U.S. Army. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Rep. J. Buell Snyder of Pennsylvania, Chairman of a subcommittee in charge of the Army Appropriation Bill, today announced that his committee will be inclined to appropriate something like $100,000,000 more this year for national defense equipment than we did last year. The appropriation last year was $463,000,000, a peace time record, 1339

Says airbase necessary at Guam. Washington, D.C., Jan. 25. Chief of Naval Operation Admiral William D. Leahy today told the House Naval Affairs Committee that development of an airbase on the Isle of Guam is necessary before the Isle is of any value from commercial or military standpoints. He stated that use of the Vinson Bill's $5,000,000 Appropriation in this area would not constitute an aggressive move toward any foreign power, 1/25/39

$7,300,000 sought for training civilian pilots. Washington, D.C., March 20. Robert Hinkley, left, a member of the Civil Aeronautics Authority, today declared before the House Ways and Means Committee that the aggressor nations had "Startled us into action" as he sought for the CAA an appropriation of $7,300,000 for the training of civilian air pilots. He is shown with Rep. Clarence F. Lea Chairman of the Committee, 3-20-39

House-Capitol tunnel may get moving walk. Washington, D.C., Feb. 3. Footsore Congressmen may find succor in their journey from the House office building to the Capitol by proposed installation of a 'moving side-walk'. President Roosevelt made the supplemental request for $200,000 in an appropriation bill sent to the House Wednesday. David Lynn, Capitol Architect made a similar proposal last year. A rail subway between the two offices has been decided to be impractical because of the heavy traffic between House office buildings and the Capitol, 2-3-39

City officials hear the speeches made at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting cut in relief appropriation. In front of city hall, San Francisco, California

WPA trouble shooter. Washington, D.C., Feb. 10. Responsibility for who gets fired when the present works progress administration appropriation runs out in June will fall upon the shoulders of Dean Brimhall, trouble shooter and handyman for WPA. His real title is Director of the Section on Employment Problems of the WPA but when he is not taking the rap from angry Congressmen, Union disputants, kickers, fixers, etc., Brimhall is experting and editing administration outputs on labor relations and employment. A native of Utah, he is a graduate of the Brigham Young University, 2-10-39

In front of city hall, San Francisco, California. The Worker's Alliance, Works Progress Administration (WPA) organize simultaneous demonstrations in the large cities of the nation cut in the relief appropriation by the United States Congress

Navy not interested. Washington, D.C., April 26. The U.S. Navy is not interested in experimenting with autogiros but would be pleased if someone else were to develop them to a point suitable for naval use, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison told the House Military Affairs Committee today. He was testifying at the hearing on a bill by Rep. Frank Dorsey to authorize a $2,000,000 appropriation for experimentation by the War Department with the rotor type of aircraft, 4/26/38

House Appropriation Committee, 2/17/22

Governor urges increased appropriation for Alaskan roads. Washington, D.C., March 5. Shown here with Anthony J. Dimond, delegate from Alaska to Congress, Governor Ernest Gruening, right, today urged the House Roads Committee to increase to "at least $600,000" a proposed allocation of $400,000 for construction of highways in Alaska national forests, 3-5-40

Old Bureau ready to do work of proposed economics agency. Washington, D.C., May 6. Dr. Alexander V. Dye, Director of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce, which has had its appropriation reduced to less than half what it was in 1932, today said his Bureau is ready and able to advise the administration on dangerous economic measures. He made this answer when asked whether his agency could perform the functions which President Roosevelt, in his recent message to Congress on the dangers of monopoly, suggested be given a new agency, to be known as the Bureau of Industrial Economics, 5/6/38

Favors one million more for U.S. Army. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Rep. J. Buell Snyder of Pennsylvania, Chairman of a subcommittee in charge of the Army Appropriation Bill, today announced that his committee will be inclined to appropriate something like $100,000,000 more this year for national defense equipment than we did last year. The appropriation last year was $463,000,000, a peace time record, 1/3/39

The Board of directors of the American colonization society, impelled by the most powerful motives of humanity forward the following appeal to the Legislatures of the several states, praying them to make each a small appropriation to help send t

The Board of directors of the American colonization society, impelled by the most powerful motives of humanity forward the following appeal to the Legislatures of the several states, praying them to make each a small appropriation to help send t

The Board of directors of the American colonization society, impelled by the most powerful motives of humanity forward the following appeal to the Legislatures of the several states, praying them to make each a small appropriation to help send t

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Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

Albert S. White to Owen Lovejoy, Friday, March 06, 1863 (Appropriation for Agriculture Department)

To the Hon. William Medill, House of representatives, Washington: Sir: I have to-day received a copy of the Globe of the 7th of April, and am astonished at the impudent and false statements made by you in your speech on the appropriation bill, i

To the Hon. William Medill, House of representatives, Washington: Sir: I have to-day received a copy of the Globe of the 7th of April, and am astonished at the impudent and false statements made by you in your speech on the appropriation bill, i

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

December 14, 1798, Shenandoah, For appropriation and sale of glebe in Beckford Parish and application of proceeds to the poor.

... An act making appropriation for the support of government, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. [Philadelphia, 1796.].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. [Philadelphia, 1796.].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. [Philadelphia, 1796.].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. [Philadelphia, 1796.].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety four. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1794].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety four. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1794].

... An act making appropriation for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety four. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1794].

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. Your Memorialists, the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Apalachiola, Florida, respectfully pray, that an appropriation be made by Congress for establishing lights o

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. Your Memorialists, the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Apalachiola, Florida, respectfully pray, that an appropriation be made by Congress for establishing lights o

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. Your Memorialists, the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Apalachiola, Florida, respectfully pray, that an appropriation be made by Congress for establishing lights o

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. Your Memorialists, the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Apalachiola, Florida, respectfully pray, that an appropriation be made by Congress for establishing lights o

District of Columbia Appropriation Bill Extracts of Congressional Comm. Hearings, 1904