Federal Real and Personal Property Inventory Report as of June 30, 1970

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Page 150 - House. 3. Architect of the Capitol has the physical care of these properties. Capitol Power Plant Property under the legislative branch of the Government. Supplies heat and air-conditioning refrigeration for the Capitol, Senate, and House Office Buildings...
Page 348 - Signature and date. — Block 28. Prepared by. — Type in the name and title of the official responsible for the preparation of this report. Block 29. Signature. — The official designated in block 28 shall sign his name in this block. Block 30.
Page 31 - WILLIAM L. DAWSON, Chairman, Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Washington, DC MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: In response to your request of...
Page 265 - Agencies responsible for the administration of corporate or noncorporate activities of the type specified in subparagraphs a, b, and c of paragraph 3 shall furnish all of the following periodic financial statements for each such activity whereas agencies referred to in subparagraph d of paragraph 3 are requested to furnish only the Statement of Financial Condition referred to in subparagraph a of this paragraph.
Page 271 - COVERAGE OF REPORTS 3. The reports required shall cover all programs and activities under the control of the agency reporting including those operations conducted in the Territories or overseas. Trust programs or activities will be reported separately and identified as such. Agencies maintaining accounts at the bureau level will submit individual bureau reports without consolidation. Assets and liabilities accounted for at the departmental level and not included in the individual bureau reports should...
Page 271 - REPORTS 7. One of the principles upon which the Treasury Department is proceeding in connection with the responsibility for preparing central financial reports is that such reports should present fairly the financial condition and results of operations of the agencies as shown by their books and records. Hence, agencies shall furnish the Treasury Department with such information regarding the accounting...
Page 318 - Buildings used primarily for formally orga'nized instruction; such as, schools for dependent children of Federal employees, Indian schools, and military training buildings. 29 Other Institutional Uses. Buildings used for institutional purposes other than schools, hospitals, and prisons. Include libraries, chapels, museums, out-patient clinics, etc. 30 Housing. Buildings used primarily for dwelling purposes; such as, apartment houses, single or row houses, and barracks. Includes public housing, housing...
Page 339 - New Hampshire: Manchester New Jersey: Camden Newark Trenton New Mexico: Albuquerque New York: Albany Buffalo New York City Rochester Syracuse North Carolina: Charlotte Greensboro Raleigh Winston Salem North Dakota: Fargo Ohio: Akron Canton Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dayton...
Page 40 - Mae's operation exercises an important influence on management. ..The Secretary of the Treasury also has statutory authority to examine all financial records of the association. The Secretary is required to report annually to the President and to the Congress on the financial condition of SaDie Mae.
Page 33 - In compliance with your request, I have the honor to submit herewith an inventory of personal property of the House of Representatives.

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