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each, seven thousand five hundred dollars, the same to be in full for extra compensation for their entire services connected therewith.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are hereby authorized and directed to credit in the accounts of the disbursing officers of the distantes et infos par several States, Territories, and the District of Columbia such amounts maneuvers. as have been, or may be, disallowed in their accounts for payments heretofore made by them on account of the participation of the organized militia in the encampments, maneuvers, and field instruction of the Regular Army, under the provisions of section nine of the Act Vol. 35, p. 402. of Congress approved May twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and eight, entitled “An Act to further amend the Act entitled 'An Act to promote the efficiency of the militia, and for other purposes, approved January twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three.
The appropriation "for six months' additional pay to persons officers, etc., dying in designated to receive the same by officers and enlisted men on active the service service who have died from wounds or disease contracted in line of ciaries. duty," contained in the Act of March third, nineteen hundred and
Vol. 35, p. 739. nine, entitled "An Act making appropriations for the support of the army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, is hereby made available for payment to beneficiaries of officers and enlisted men on the active list who die from wounds or disease not the result of their own misconduct.
Available to benefi.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Vol. 35, p. 229.
The unexpended balance of the appropriation for rent of rooms for Patent Office model exhibit in the legislative, executive, and model exhibit judicial appropriation Act approved May twenty-second, nineteen
Expenses of rehundred and eight, is hereby reappropriated and made available moval, etc. during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, for the rent of building for the storage of the Patent Office models removed from the Union Building, and necessary expenses for removal and storage in new quarters.
For additional amount for constructing new stack and for repair- Repairs to building. ing and improving heating apparatus for the Interior Department buildings, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, five thousand dollars.
Capitol: For work at Capitol and for general repairs thereof, fepitors, including flags for the east and west fronts of the center of the Capitol; flagstaffs, halyards, and tackle; wages of mechanics and laborers; purchase, maintenance, and driving of office vehicle, and not exceeding one hundred dollars for the purchase of technical and necessary reference books; being a deficiency for the fiscal years nineteen hundred and nine and nineteen hundred and ten, three thousand five hundred dollars. For repairs and improvements to the Senate kitchens and restau
Senate kitchens, etc. rants in the Capitol Building, to be expended by the Superintendent of the Capitol Building and Grounds under the supervision of the Committee on Rules, United States Senate, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, five thousand dollars.
For additional elevator service Senate wing of the Capitol, includ- tors, Serate wing. ing service of operators from December first, nineteen hundred and nine, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, twenty-six thousand dollars.
Senate Office Building: For maintenance, including heating, light in Senate Office Build ing, and ventilation, miscellaneous items, and for all necessary services for the Senate Office Building for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, thirty-six thousand dollars.
That the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, authorized to be Indian lands, Okla. expended out of the appropriation of one million dollars made by the Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, under the heading penses, allowed. “Depredations on public timber, and so forth," Public Numbered
Fraudulent allotment prosecution ex.
Vol. 35, p. 985.
Three hundred and twenty-eight, shall be available for any and all expenses heretofore incurred, or to be incurred, in indictments and punishment for and recovery of damages for the violations of law in said item set forth.
Diversion of location.
Vol. 35, p. 926.
The appropriation of two thousand five hundred dollars contained in the deficiency Act approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, to enable the Secretary of the Interior to rent additional rooms in building used by the engraving and printing division of the Geological Survey during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, may be expended for the rental of suitable additional rooms outside of the building now used by the engraving and printing division of the Geological Survey, wherever it may be practicable to obtain them
in the city of Washington, District of Columbia. Replacing articles To replace articles and material destroyed by fire, namely, to destroyed by fire.
provide for the purchase of furniture, apparatus, reagents, fixtures, and so forth, to replace those destroyed by fire on the ninth of May, nineteen hundred and nine, in the chemical laboratory on the fourth floor of the building occupied by the United States Geological Survey, including the repairs to instruments and equipment made necessary by said fire, these emergency purchases to be made under such rules as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, four hundred and twenty-five dollars.
To pay Orville H. Southmayd, United States deputy mineral mayd.
surveyor, the amount found due him by the accounting officers of Payment to.
the Treasury as per certificate numbered eighty-five hundred and twenty-six, two thousand two hundred and thirty-four dollars and eighty-two cents.
To pay the amount found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury for surveys of public lands in Colorado, as per settlement certificate numbered eighty-two hundred and eight, five thousand four hundred and ninety-three dollars and ninety-seven cents.
Vol. 35, p. 798.
Duchesne River, Utah.
La Pointe Agency, Wis.
The Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to expend five Expenses of enroll- thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, from the
moneys placed in the Treasury to the credit of the Winnebago Indians by the Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine (Thirty-fifth Statutes at Large, page seven hundred and ninetyeight), to carry out the provisions of the said Act and cause the enrollment of the Winnebago Indians to be made as provided therein.
To enable the Secretary of the Interior to construct a bridge across Constructing bridge the Duchesne River at or near Myton, Utah, fiscal year nineteen
hundred and ten, twenty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
To enable the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under the direction Relief pe sufferers of the Secretary of the Interior, to pay expenses heretofore or here
after incurred in the relief of suffering, destitution, and want among the Indians of the La Pointe Indian Agency, Wisconsin, by reason of the destruction of their homes and farms by floods, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten: Provided, That a detailed report of all expenditures hereunder shall be made to the next session of Congress.
For pay of Indian Agent at Fort Berthold Agency, North Dakota, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, one thousand eight hundred dollars.
Fort Berthold Agency, N. Dak,
HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING.
House Office Building.
Additional elevator service, House wing.
Alabama northern district.
Oscar R. Hundley.
For steel shelving equipment for the rooms assigned to the House library in the House Office Building, including necessary labor in moving books, four thousand two hundred dollars.
The appropriation made for additional elevator service in the House wing of the Capitol, in the sundry civil Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, shall be available for necessary services in operating the elevators erected thereunder during the said fiscal year. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Department of Jus
tice. To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for payment of assist
in special cases. ants to the Attorney-General and to United States district attorneys employed by the Attorney-General to aid in special cases for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, twenty-seven thousand dollars. This appropriation shall be available also for the payment of Foreign counsel. foreign counsel employed by the Attorney-General in special cases, and such counsel shall not be required to take oath of office in accordance with section three hundred and sixty-six, Revised Statutes of R. S., sec. 366, p. 62. the United States.
For payment of the salary of Oscar R. Hundley as United States district judge for the northern district of Alabama, on account of the Payment to Judge fiscal years as follows:
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars;
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, six thousand dollars ;
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, five thousand three hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty-three cents; in all, twelve thousand seven hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirtythree cents.
For payment of such miscellaneous expenses as may be authorized by the Attorney-General, for the United States courts and their officers, including the furnishing and collecting of evidence where the United States is or may be a party in interest, and moving of records, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, ten thousand dollars..
To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for support of inmates school for Borg, D. JE of the National Training School for Boys on account of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, including the objects of expenditure mentioned in said appropriation for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, three thousand dollars.
For rent of additional building or parts of buildings in the District of Columbia for the use of Department of Justice, furnishing, care, and maintenance, including personal services and repairs, to continue available until the close of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, four thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.
Customs litigation. For expenses of representing the interests of the Government in all matters of reappraisement and classification of imported goods and of litigation incidental thereto, including salaries, traveling expenses and rentals, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, twenty-five thousand dollars.
Miscellaneous ex. penses.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR.
Department of Commerce and Labor.
Until otherwise provided by law no bond shall be accepted from any Surety bonds. surety or bonding company for any officer or employee of the United States which shall cost more than thirty-five per centum in excess of the rate of premium charged for a like bond during the calendar year nineteen hundred and eight: Provided, That hereafter the United Proriso.
Joint Congressional Commission.
Nie postment by States shall not pay any part of the premium or other cost of furnish
ing a bond required by law or otherwise of any officer or employee of the United States.
That a Joint Commission consisting of three Senators, to be To investigate and appointed by the President of the Senate, and three Members of the report on bonding House of Representatives, to be appointed by the Speaker of the
House of Representatives, shall inquire into the rates of premium heretofore and now being charged as well as those proposed to be charged by surety or bonding companies for bonds of officers or employees of the United States and report to Congress by bill or other
wise at its next session what regulation, if any, should be exercised Expenses. under law or otherwise over the same; for the expenses of said Com
mission, including all necessary expert, clerical, and other personal services, there is appropriated the sum of ten thousand dollars, which expenses shall be paid upon vouchers approved jointly by the chairmen of said Commission.
Ante, p. 7.
The Director of the Census may fix the compensation of not to exceed twenty of the special agents provided for in section eighteen of “An Act to provide for the thirteenth and subsequent decennial censuses,” approved July second, nineteen hundred and nine, at an amount not to exceed eight dollars per day: Provided, That such special agents shall be persons of known and tried experience in statistical work.
LIGHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT. The appropriation for "Lighting of rivers" made for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten shall be available for supplying and maintaining post lights on the Delaware River between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Trenton, New Jersey, the establishment of said
lights having been authorized by law. Immigration Sery. ice. Ellis Island, N. Y.
Ellis Island Immigrant Station, New York, New York: For the Contagious disease hospital.
complete medical, surgical, and other equipment and usual hospital findings for the contagious-disease hospital, twenty thousand dollars;
For the purchase and installation of additional engines, electric generators, switchboards, piping, and all other necessary materials essential to the proper installation of the engines, electric generators, and switchboards, eighty-one thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and one thousand dollars, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten.
That the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, appropriated in the Clerks of courts, ex- sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred
and ten, to carry into effect a portion of section thirteen of the Act of
June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six (Thirty-fourth Statutes, tion for priordero rees: page five hundred and ninety-six), is hereby made available to pay,
during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, for additional clerical assistance for the clerks of court which, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, collected naturalization fees in excess of six thousand dollars.
Vol. 35, p. 983.
For compensation of the officers, clerks, messengers, and others in the service of the Senate for fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, namely:
Committee on Fi. nance.
Additional services to.
E. L. Cornelius.
Sixteen pages for the Senate chamber, at the rate of two dollars Pages. and fifty cents per day each during the first session of the Sixty-first Congress, one thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars.
For purchase of an automobile, including driving, maintenance, and care of the same, for use of the Vice-President, six thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, fiscal year nineteen Miscellaneous items. hundred and nine, twenty-five thousand dollars.
The unexpended balance of the appropriation of two thousand Maltby Building. dollars for repairs to Maltby Building for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine is reappropriated and made available for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten. To reimburse the official reporters of the proceedings and debates
Official reporters. of the Senate for expenses incurred during the first session of the Sixty-first Congress, for clerk hire and other clerical services, three thousand two hundred and forty dollars.
For the following, on account of additional services to the Committee on Finance, namely: To pay Arthur B. Shelton, two thousand five hundred dollars; Č. E. Alden, one thousand dollars; Herbert M. Lord, one thousand dollars; Joseph Dierken, six hundred dollars; Joseph S. McCoy, one thousand dollars; R. H. Hillis, five hundred dollars; J. L. Klingaman, five hundred dollars; J. G. Thrall, four hundred dollars; H. L. Stevenson, three hundred dollars; Leo Rullman, two hundred dollars; H. W. Kitzmiller, two hundred dollars, and Elwin F. Ludwig, two hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand four hundred dollars. To рау E. L. Cornelius on account of extra services rendered to
Extra services. the Joint Committee on Inauguration, two hundred and fifty dollars. To enable the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of
Extra months' pay
to Congressional emRepresentatives to pay to the officers and employees of the Senate and ployees. the House borne on the annual and session rolls on the first day of July, nineteen hundred and nine, including the Capitol police, the official reporters of the Senate and House, and W. A. Smith, Congressional Record Clerk, for extra services during the first session of the Sixtyfirst Congress a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation then paid them by law.
To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay Herschel Shaw, Elevator conductors. Eustace D. Smith, Harold S. G. Van Voorhis, W. P. Coe, William Watts, R. B. Alexander, C. A. Geisel, and T. A. Farley, elevator conductors, and John W. Evans, employed in connection with the Senate John W. Evans. Office Building, for extra services during the first session of the Sixtyfirst Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation paid them July first, nineteen hundred and nine.
To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay Russell Williams, elevator conductor in the Senate Office Building, for extra services during the first session of the Sixty-first Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation now paid him.
To pay J. H. Jones for caring for and regulating the Senate chronometer, one hundred dollars.
To pay J. C. Stewart for caring for and regulating the House chronometer, one hundred dollars.
Statement of Appropriations: The statement of appropriations Statement of appromade during each session of Congress, including new offices created, Consolidation di offices omitted, and so forth, required by law to be prepared under the section for 1st and 20 direction of the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives, for the first session of the Sixty-first Congress, shall be consolidated with the statement to be prepared of the appropriation bills for the second session of said Congress and included in the same volume.
J. H. Jones.
J. C. Stewart.