Conservation of Wildlife: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources, House of Representatives, Seventy-Seventh Congress, Second Session, Pursuant to H. Res. 49, a Resolution to Authorize the Select Committee on Wildlife Conservation of the Seventy-Seventh Congress to Investigate All Matters Pertaining to the Replacement and Conservation of Wildlife, November 17, 18, and 19, 1942
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 - Wildlife conservation - 204 pages
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Page 193 - President shall determine and, in addition, shall be entitled to actual and necessary transportation, subsistence and other expenses incidental to the performance of his duties.
Page 193 - FR 5657), designated the Secretary of the Interior as Fishery Coordinator and authorized him to designate an officer of the Department of the Interior as Deputy Fishery Coordinator. The order provided that the Secretary of the Interior should designate such part or parts of the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior as he might determine desirable, as the Office of Fishery Coordination. The...
Page 151 - The stamps are sold at post offices at a cost of $1 each. The funds provided by the sale of these stamps are used for wildlife conservation, being expended on the basis of 90 percent for acquiring, restoring, and administering waterfowl habitats as inviolate refuges, and 10 percent for the enforcement of the various acts for the protection of migratory birds and the expenses of the Post Office Department for engraving, issuing, and accounting for the stamps.
Page 135 - New York, North Carolina. North Dakota. Ohio. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington.
Page 167 - March 1942, by request of the Bureau of Yards and Docks of the Navy Department, the...
Page 191 - January and has devoted itself during the succeeding months to carrying it out : 1. To provide the Army, Navy, War Production Board, Office of Price Administration, Board of Economic Warfare, Office of LendLease Administration, and other Federal agencies with essential statistical, economic, marketing, and technological information concerning the commercial fisheries to assist in their activities. 2. To explore and develop new sources of aquatic products for use as foods, vitamin oils, and animal...
Page 192 - President of the United States, and for the purpose of developing and assuring sustained production of aquatic food supplies essential to the conduct of the present war, and for the further purpose of coordinating the policies, plans, and programs relating to the war effort that affect the fishery industries and the aquatic food supplies of the United States, its territories, and possessions, it is hereby ordered as follows: 1.
Page 66 - ... worthless, as far as large-scale application is concerned. In other words, although devising new measures requires expert knowledge, application of wildlife measures should not depend upon specialists in biology * * *. If the practices can be understood and applied by anyone with average intelligence, there is no limit to the extent to which they can be spread.
Page 193 - June 30, 1943. 17. This order shall become effective as of the date hereof and shall be in force and effect so long as Title I of the First War Powers Act, 1941, remains in force. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. THE WHITE HOUSE, February 24, 1942.