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House borne on the annual and session rolls on the first day of February, nineteen hundred and five, including the Capitol police, the official reporters of the Senate and House, and W. A. Smith, Congressional Record clerk, for extra services during the third session of the Fiftyeighth Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation then paid them by law, the same to be immediately available.
For allowance to the following contestants and contestees for expenses Contested - election incurred by them in contested-election cases as audited and recom-es mended by the Committees on Elections: To William Connell, two thousand dollars;
Wiliam Connell. To A. H. Jackson, four hundred and sixty-four dollars and eighty- A. H. Jackson. five cents;
To W. Godfrey Hunter, in the case of Edwards against Hunter, W.Godfrey Hunter. two thousand dollars;
To W. Godfrey Hunter, in the case of White against Hunter, five hundred dollars; To D. C. Edwards, two thousand dollars;
D. C. Edwards. To John D. White, one thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine John D. White. dollars and ninety-seven cents; in all, nine thousand nine hundred and sixty-four dollars and eighty-two cents. To pay the widow of W. F. Mahoney, late a Representative in W. F. Mahoney,
Pay to widow of. Congress from the State of Illinois, five thousand dollars. To pay the widow of Norton P. Otis, late á Representative in Con- Norton P: Otis.
Pay to widow of. gress from the State of New York, five thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select commit- Miscellaneous items, tees, on account of fiscal years, as follows:
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, including the accounts set forth in House Documents Numbered Twenty-two, Seventy-eight, and One hundred and forty-one of this session, five thousand four hundred and ninety-three dollars and thirty-three cents.
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and sixty-six dollars and twenty-three cents.
For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, five thousand dollars. Fuel and oil.
For furniture and materials for repairs of the same, two thousand Furniture. eight hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-one cents. · For hire of borses, feed, repair of wagon and harness for the Door
Horses, etc. keeper, three hundred dollars.
To reimburse the official reporters of debates and the official stenog. Official reporters raphers to committees of the House of Representatives for moneys "Extra services.
and stenographers. actually paid out by them for clerical help and extra services from March fourth, nineteen hundred and four, to March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, seven hundred and fifty dollars each; and to John J. Cameron, two hundred and forty dollars; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and forty dollars.
To pay approved vouchers on file for extra stenographic services Reporting. rendered to committees of the House, eight hundred and fiftythree dollars and twenty-five cents.
To continue employment of the docket clerk authorized by resolu- Docket clerk. tion of the House February twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and four, at the rate of two thousand dollars per annum from March fourth to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, both inclusive, six hundred and fifty dollars.
To continue employment of three assistants in the document room, Document room. under resolution of the House of January eighteenth, nineteen hundred and four, from March fourth to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, both inclusive, at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum each, nine hundred and seventy-five dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
To continue employment of the janitor in the Library of the House, Janitor.
authorized by resolution of January twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and four, from March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, both inclusive, at the rate of sixty
dollars per month, nine hundred and fifty-four dollars. Committee on Ter. For janitor for room of Committee on the Territories from March
fourth, nineteen hundred and five, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, both inclusive, at the rate of sixty dollars per month, nine
hundred and fifty-four dollars. Document room. To continue employment of the janitor in the document room from
March third to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, both inclusive, at the rate of sixty dollars per month, two hundred and thirtyfour dollars.
For night watchman at branch folding room from March fourth to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, both inclusive, at the rate
of sixty dollars per month, two hundred and thirty-four dollars. Chief Clerk.
For additional compensation to messenger in office of the Chief Messenger.
Clerk, three hundred and sixty dollars. Committee on Rivers For assistant clerk to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors from and Harbors. Assistant clerk.
March third to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, both inclusive, at the rate of one thousand four hundred dollars per annum, four
hundred and fifty-five dollars. P. L. Coultry.
For employment and compensation of P. L. Coultry as assistant to Pay.
the foreman of the folding room, authorized and named in the resolution adopted by the House of Representatives January thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, from March third to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, inclusive, at the rate of three dollars and eighty-five
cents per day, four hundred and fifty-eight dollars and fifteen cents. George E. Printy. To continue during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and six the Pay.
employment of George E. Printy as assistant to foreman of the folding room, authorized and named in the resolution adopted by the House of Representatives April twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and four,
one thousand four hundred and five dollars and twenty-five cents. D. S. Porter.
To pay D. S. Porter for services as assistant clerk, by detail, to the
Committee on Pensions, five hundred dollars. Herman Gauss.
To pay Herman Gauss for services as assistant clerk, by detail, to
the Committee on Invalid Pensions, seven hundred and fifty dollars. Paul Mitchell.
To pay Paul Mitchell for services as janitor to rooms of the ComServices,
mittee on Appropriations, three hundred dollars. L. W. Busbey.
To pay L. W. Busbey, for services as clerk to the Committee on Services.
Rules, five hundred dollars. Sergeant-at-Arms.
For additional salary of the bookkeeper in the office of the SergeantBookkeeper.
at-Arms, at the rate of four hundred dollars per annum from March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, until June thirtieth, nineteen hun
dred and six, inclusive, five hundred and thirty dollars. Inspectorofcabs, etc.
For inspector of cabs and other vehicles, at the rate of sixty dollars per month from March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, antil June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, inclusive, to be appointed by the
Sergeant-at-Arms, nine hundred and fifty-four dollars. R. B. Horton.
To pay R. B. Horton for compiling and indexing reports and hearings for use of the Committee on Insular Affairs, two hundred and
fifty dollars. Minorityconference. For stenographic and typewriting services, to be expended by the Clerical services.
chairman of the conference minority, and to continue available dur
ing the fiscal year nineteen hundred and six, six hundred dollars. File clerk.
For additional salary of the file clerk during the fiscal year nineAdditional pay.
teen hundred and six, five hundred dollars. Private claims.
To continue during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and six the Digest of,
employment of three clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each, in the office of the Clerk of the House, to complete a digested sum
W. A. Hawkins.
ees. Additional pay.
mary and alphabetical list of private claims presented to the House of
W. A, Hawkins for services rendered and incident to refurnishing the rooms of the Committee on the Judiciary, fifty dollars.
To pay Arthur Lucas, L. W. Pulies, and Albert Scott, employees in Cloak-room employthe cloak rooms, additional compensation at the rate of ten dollars per month each from March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, until June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, inclusive, four hundred and seventy-seven dollars. BOTANIC GARDEN.
Botanic Garden. For painting, glazing, and general repairs to buildings, heating Repairs, etc. apparatus, and foot walks, and for further repairs to foundations and for renewing the water and gas pipes in bottom of Bartholdi fountain, under the direction of the Joint Committee on the Library, one thousand dollars. PRINTING AND BINDING.
Public printing and For public printing and binding for the Treasury Department, to Treasury Departbe executed under the direction of the Public Printer, twenty-five thousand dollars.
Printing and binding for the Navy Department, to be executed Navy Department. under the direction of the Public Printer, fifteen thousand dollars.
For printing and binding for the Department of the Interior, Interior Department including its several bureaus and offices and the Civil Service Commission, to be executed under the direction of the Public Printer, twentyfour thousand dollars.
Printing and binding for the Department of Justice, to be executed Department of Jusby the Public Printer, six thousand dollars. For printing and binding for the State Department, to be executed
State Department, by the Public Printer, tive thousand dollars: Provided, That of the document entitled “The Declaration of Independence” the Public Independence. Printer shall deliver to the Senate five hundred and forty copies and ment, etc. to the House of Representatives one thousand one hundred and seventy copies for distribution, and the residue of the present editions of said document shall be delivered to the Department of State, and no further copies of said document shall be printed unless expressly authorized by Congress, and no money shall be paid to any person for the preparation of said book.
Hereafter no book or document not having to do with the ordinary Restriction on printbusiness transactions of the Executive Departments shall be printed ments. on the requisition of any Executive Department or unless the same shall have been expressly authorized by Congress.
That the Committee on Printing of the Senate, with three members of the present House of Representatives who are reelected to the next investigate and report Congress, to be appointed by the Speaker of the present House of on. Representatives, shall constitute a commission, and they or any subcommittee of said special joint commission are hereby authorized to examine into the numbers printed of the various documents, reports, bills, and other papers published by order of Congress, or of either House thereof, and of the Congressional Record, and if, in their judgment, the conditions as they find them warrant remedial legislation to report a bill at the next session of Congress making such reductions in the numbers and cost of printing and such changes and reduction in the distribution of said publications as they may deem expedient, with a report giving their reasons therefor; and that the said commission is also authorized to investigate the printing and binding for the Executive Departments executed at the Government Printing Office and at the branch printing offices and binderies in
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the various Departments, and if, in their judgment, the conditions as they find them warrant remedial legislation, to report a bill at the next session of Congress, making such reductions in expenses and imposing such checks as they may deem expedient, with a report giving their reasons therefor, and said commission is further authorized to
make any other investigations calculated, in their opinion, to reduce Powers of commis the cost of the public printing, and report the result thereof; and in sion.
making the inquiries required by this resolution said commission shall have power to send for persons and papers, to administer oaths, to employ a stenographer to report its hearings, to call on the heads of Executive Departments and the Public Printer for such information in regard to the preceding matters as they may desire, to do whatever
is necessary for a thorough investigation of the subject, and to sit Subcommittee. during the recess of Congress. Any subcommittee may exercise the Expenses.
powers hereby granted to said commission, and the expenses of said investigation shall be paid one-half from the contingent fund of the Senate upon vouchers duly approved by the chairman of the Committee on Printing and one-half from the contingent fund of the House of
Representatives. Leave of absence to To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provision of law
granting thirty days' annual leave of absence to the employees of the
Government Printing Office, twenty thousand dollars. Messengers, night To pay Samuel Robinson, William Madden, and Joseph De Fontes service.
as messengers on night duty during the third session of the present Congress for extra services, two hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
JUDGMENTS, COURT OF CLAIMS.
Judgments, Court of For the payment of the judgments rendered by the Court of Claims,
reported to Congress at its present session in House Document Numbered Two hundred and seventy-seven, and Senate Document Numbered One hundred and eighty-four, namely: .
Under the Public Printer, fifteen thousand and eighty-seven dollars and twenty cents;
Under the Treasury Department, six thousand six hundred and twenty-one dollars and ninety-five cents;
Under the War Department, two hundred and fifteen thousand one hundred and seventy-five dollars and twenty-five cents;
Under the Navy Department, ninety thousand six hundred and twenty-two dollars and sixty-eight cents;
Under the Department of the Interior, fifteen thousand seven bundred and eighty-six dollars and ninety-three cents;
Under the Department of Justice, four thousand nine hundred and seventy-three dollars and fifty cents;
Under the Post-Office Department, three thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars and eighteen cents;
Under the Department of Commerce and Labor, nine thousand seven hundred and sixteen dollars and eighty-one cents;
In all, three hundred and sixty-one thousand and ninety-seven dollars and fifty. cents: Provided, That none of the judgments herein provided for shall be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired.
JUDGMENTS IN INDIAN DEPREDATION CLAIMS.
bordamente, laIndian For payment of judgments rendered by the Court of Claims in
Indian depredation cases, certified to Congress at ite present session in House Document Numbered Forty-three and Senate Document Numbered One hundred and eighty, two hundred and forty-one thousand
nine hundred and five dollars; said judgments to be paid after the deductions required to be made under the provisions of section six of Deductions. the Act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, entitled "An Act to provide for the adjustment and payment of claims VOL. 26, p. 853. arising from Indian depredations," shall have been ascertained and duly certified by the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of the Treasury, which certification shall be made as soon as practicable after the passage of this Act, and such deductions shall be made according to the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, having due regard to the educational and other necessary requirements of the tribe or tribes affected; and the amounts paid shall be rei.nbursed to the Reimbursement. United States at such times and in such proportions as the Secretary of the Interior may decide to be for the interests of the Indian Service: Provided, That no one of said judgments provided in this paragraph Proviso..
Certificate of lack of sball be paid until the Attorney-General shall have certified to the Sec- ground for new trial. retary of the Treasury that there exists no grounds sufficient, in his opinion, to support a motion for a new trial or an appeal of said cause.
JUDGMENTS, UNITED STATES COURTS.
For payment of the final judgments and decrees, including costs of state counts, United suit, which have been rendered under the provisions of the Act of Vol. 24, p. 50% March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled "An Act to provide for the bringing of suits against the Government of the United States," certified to Congress at its present session by the AttorneyGeneral in House Document Numbered Three hundred and sixty-seven of this session, and which have not been appealed, as follows:
Under the Treasury Department, five thousand nine hundred and Classification. thirty-nine dollars and eight cents;
Under the War Department, six hundred and sixteen dollars;
Under the Department of Commerce and Labor, three hundred dollars;
In all, seven thousand three hundred and fifty-five dollars and eight cents, together with such additional sum as may be necessary to pay interest on the respective judgments at the rate of four per centum per annum from the date thereof until tbe time this appropriation is made: Provided, That none of the judgments herein provided for proviso. shall be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired.
-JUDGMENT OF CIRCUIT COURT OF SHAWANO COUNTY, WISCONSIN
For payment of a judgment with interest and costs entered in the Judgment, circuit
court Shawano Coun- . circuit court for Shawano County, State of Wisconsin, in the case of ty, Wis. Wolf River Paper and Fiber Company, plaintiff, and the Campbell and Cameron Company and the United States of America, defendants, three thousand fourteen dollars and fifty-one cents. Sec. 2. That for the payment of the following claims, certified to be Claims certified by
accounting officers. due by the several accounting officers of the Treasury Department ac under appropriations the balances of which have been exhausted or carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section five of the Vol. 18., p. 110. Act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two and prior years, unless otherwise stated, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of the Act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eigbty- Vol. 23, p. 264 four, as fully set forth in House Document Numbered Two hundred and ninety-two, reported to Congress at its present session, there is appropriated as follows: