Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations, Consisting of Messrs. Hemenway, Gillett, Washington Gardner, Benton, and Pierce, in Charge of Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill for 1905

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Page 85 - That fifty copies of all documents hereafter printed by order of either House of Congress, and fifty copies additional of all documents printed in excess of the usual number, together with fifty copies of each publication issued by any department or bureau of the government, be placed at the disposal of the Joint Committee on...
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Page 442 - Provided, That the command of such military post or camp and the officers and troops of the United States there stationed shall remain with the regular commander of the post without regard to the rank of the commanding or other officers of the militia temporarily so encamped within its limits or in its vicinity: Provided further, That except as herein specified the right to command during such joint encampments, maneuvers, and field instruction shall be governed...
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Page 439 - ... compensation, each and every month shall be held to consist of thirty days, without regard to the actual number of days in any calendar month, thus excluding the thirty-first of any calendar month from the computation and treating February as if it actually had thirty days.
Page 226 - Any payment so made shall be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the appropriation for the purposes of this title.
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