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[Report 1938]

For sale by auction by Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, Farmer & Bridgewater ... on Tuesday, the 18th day of October, 1887 ....

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Grand Coulee Dam: Impacts on fish

6 million, which would be paid from the Grand Coulee construction fund. It is only just that these developments pay compensation for these confiscations; that is, the cost for the apparatus necessary to perpetuate these runs should be included as a part of the capital investment of the dam and irrigation system, and the operation of this apparatus should be included in the operating costs of the irrigation and power developments.

In October 1934, as the initial site preparations were underway at Grand Coulee, the Canadian Legation in Washington, D. 12 Records of the Statistics Division Maps 48 items : North Atlantic and eastern Siberia average ceiling heights and visibility limits, compiled by the Work Projects Administration and the weather service of the Army Air Forces, ca.

It is the judgment of the Board that [Report 1938] recommended changes represent practicable next steps toward the goal of adequate security for the American people by liberalizing the benefits payable under the act, by extending its protection to a much larger proportion of our people, and by greatly facilitating administration.

Services Performed for the Federal Government or Its Instrumentalities-- The Board recommends the inclusion of service performed in the employ of the United States or its instrumentalities. Some went all the way to the headwaters, and most spread out into myriad tributaries in Washington and southeastern British Columbia. When times become bad, home to the reservation the Indian comes, and to the comparative security which he knows is waiting for him. Cautionary signal record, February 1886 - March, 1887; original monthly meteorological record and summaries of observations, 1886-1904; records relating to early experiments by Orville and Wilbur Wright, ca.

As happens today, rivers can be overappropriated, and when flows are below average, the rivers can run dry. It was especially critical of the plight of sugar workers [Report 1938] small farmers, and condemned unsafe conditions at workplaces. Maps: Locations of weather reporting stations, forecast centers, flight advisory weather service units, airport stations, and headquarters, 1944-45 10 items.

To accomplish these purposes [Report 1938] act sets up, in the main, a system of Federal-State cooperation whereby financial resources of the Federal Government are made available to the States to enable them to safeguard their citizens.

Administrative Changes-- The Board recommends [Report 1938] number of minor technical changes to clarify and simplify existing Federal public-assistance provisions: Of these the most important is provision for a different method of settlement with the States for amounts recovered from the estates of deceased recipients of old-age assistance.

In order that greater social adequacy may not be achieved at [Report 1938] expense of individual equity, the Board recommends that the benefits payable to unmarried persons continue to be at least as much as they could purchase from a commercial insurance company with their own contributions.took note of the fact that the high dam — with no fish passage facilities — meant ruin for Canadian Columbia River salmon.