Conservation of Wildlife, Hearings Before ... 77-2 Pursuant to H. Res. 49

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Page 193 - Interior shall designate such part or parts of the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior as he may determine, as the Office of Fishery Coordination.
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 192 - 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...
Page 49 - Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6...
Page 132 - June 30, 1939, and each fiscal year thereafter, from the tax imposed by Section 610, Title IV, of The Revenue Act of 1932 (47 Stat 169), as...
Page 14 - Fish and Wildlife Service, and the California Division of Fish and Game.
Page 192 - By virtue of the authority vested in me by Title I of the First War Powers Act...
Page 17 - National Park. Hawaii National Park. Hot Springs National Park. Lassen Volcanic National Park. Mesa Verde National Park. Mount McKinley National Park. Mount Rainier National Park.
Page 200 - ... of an ordinary sized human hair. The vision of this animal seems to be barely sufficient to give him an intimation of light, without allowing him to distinguish the figures of bodies. His whole structure seems to be studied with a view to facilitate his progress under the earth. The total length, from the point of the snout to the beginning of the tail, is five inches, and the tail is one inch long ; the longest fur on the body, half an inch in length.
Page 87 - From published reports of statistical surveys made by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and its predecessors, the Bureau of Fisheries and the Commission of Fish and Fisheries.

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