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SENATE DOCUMENTS

71st Congress, 3d Session

(December 1, 1930-March 4, 1931)

MISCELLANEOUS

VOL. 1

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON: 1931

426248

No.

CONTENTS

231. Bibliography of Simon Bolivar.

232. Relief of farmers in drought and/or storm stricken areas.

233. Money in circulation in United States, 1919–30.

234. Treasury and Post Office Department appropriation bill, 1932.

235. Taxes paid to Government by New York Stock Exchange.

237. Unlawful entry of aliens into United States.

238. Interstate movement of electric energy.

240. Ratification of Constitution and amendments by States.

241. Judgments rendered against Government by District Courts.

242. Estimate to pay claim of Millbank Fish and Mildcure, Ltd.

243. Claims for damages to privately owned property.

244. Judgments rendered by Court of Claims.

245. Judgment in favor of William S. Shacklette.

246. Claim of receiver of American Manganese Manufacturing Co.

247. Claims allowed by General Accounting Office.

249. Report of American Samoan Commission.

250. International Water Commission, United States and Mexico.

251. Supplemental estimate for contingent expenses of Senate.

252. Claims and expenses under State Department.

253. Indians of Cattaraugus, Allegany, and Oil Springs reservations, N. Y.

254. Estimate for International Geological Congress.

255. Marine products imported in alien vessels.

256. Conference on Limitation of Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs.

257. Monument to memory of Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

258. Report on American branch factories abroad.

260. Employment survey made by agents of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.

261. Claim of George J. Salem against Government of Egypt.

262. Claims of certain Chinese citizens against Navy Department.

263. Appointments and dismissals in civil service by Treasury Department.

265. Estimate for installation of elevator in Capitol.

267. Report of Tariff Commission on cost of crude petroleum.

268. Appropriations for Department of Interior, 1932.

269. Investigations by Tariff Commission.

• Corrected print

REIMBURSEMENT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

LETTER

FROM THE

COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES

TRANSMITTING

IN RESPONSE TO SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 277, THE BALANCE FOUND DUE THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA EXPENDED IN AID OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES

DECEMBER 2, 1930.-Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed

COMPTROLLER General of THE UNITED States,

The PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.

Washington, August 14, 1930.

SIR: There has been received Senate Resolution 277, Seventy-first Congress, directing me:

to reopen and restate the account of the State of California for moneys advanced and expended in aid of the Government of the United States during the War between the States, and on such restatement (1) to accept as a basis of calculation the grand total sum actually expended by and not repaid the State of California on July 1, 1889, stated in the account set forth in the report of the Secretary of War made in pursuance of resolution of the Senate of February 27, 1889, printed in Senate Executive Document Numbered 11, Fiftyfirst Congress, first session, page 27; (2) to add to such sum the interest certified by the Treasurer of the State of California as actually paid by said State on the sums so advanced and expended from July 1, 1889, to December 31, 1929; (3) to deduct from the total sum so stated the amounts repaid by the United States to the State of California since July 1, 1889, and certify to the Senate the balance found due the State of California.

Complying therewith, I have the honor to certify that, computed as directed in said resolution, the balance found due to the State of California for moneys advanced and expended in aid of the Govern

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