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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Executive departments
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Page 7 - This reflection derives additional strength from the nature of the debt of the United States. It was the price of liberty. The faith of America has been repeatedly pledged for it, and with solemnities that give peculiar force to the obligation.
Page 9 - Federal Reserve Board composed of the secretary of the Treasury, the comptroller of the currency, and five other members appointed by the president of the United States.
Page 29 - Mississippi malaria demonstrations, work was begun in co-operation with the local and state authorities and with the United States Public Health Service. The United States Public Health Service...
Page 9 - ... the Secretary of the Treasury, the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Secretary of Agriculture, who had been designated by the law as the reserve bank organization committee.
Page 21 - TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES. The Treasurer of the United States is charged with the receipt and disbursement of all public moneys that may be deposited in the Treasury at Washington and in the...
Page 13 - The Auditor for the State and Other Departments receives and settles the accounts of the White House; the two Houses of Congress; the Supreme Court; the Departments of State, including the expenses of the Diplomatic and Consular Service: Justice, covering expenses of United States courts: Agriculture, including its field service; Commerce; Labor; also the accounts of the following governmental establishments: Government Printing Office; Interstate Commerce Commission} Smithsonian Institution and...
Page 8 - Health branches of the public service, and furnishes generally such information as may be required by either branch of Congress on all matters pertaining to the foregoing.
Page 7 - While the observance of that good faith, which is the basis of public credit, is recommended by the strongest inducements of political expediency, it is enforced by considerations of still greater authority. There are arguments for it which rest on the immutable principles of moral obligation.
Page 7 - of, by, and for the people." THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The bureaus and offices under this department are: Secretary's, Solicitor's, Patent, Pension, Land, Indian, Education, Geological Survey, Reclamation, Mines, Alaskan Engineering Commission, National Parks, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Howard University, Freedmen's Hospital, and the Capitol Building and Grounds, employing 5,472 in Washington and 15,661 outside of Washington, making a total of 21,133 employees.
Page 7 - ... the forms of keeping and rendering public accounts and of making returns; grants warrants for all moneys drawn from the Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government.

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