Слике страница
PDF
ePub

Protection of game,
Vol. 35, p. 102.

Examination of San Francisco, Cal., water

Protection of game in Alaska: For carrying out the provisions of an Act approved May eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, entitled "An Act for the protection of game in Alaska, and for other purposes, including salaries, traveling expenses of game wardens, and all other necessary expenses, ten thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the governor of Alaska.

Yellowstone National Park: For the administration and protection Yellowstone Park, of the Yellowstone National Park, five thousand five hundred dollars.

For procuring feed for buffalo, salaries of buffalo keepers, three Care of buffaloes. thousand dollars.

Yosemite National Park, California: For protection and improve- Yosemite Park. ment of the Yosemite National Park and the construction of bridges, fences, and trails, and improvement of roads other than toll roads, including twelve thousand dollars to be immediately available for necessary material and labor in the installation of a road-sprinkling system, sixty-two thousand dollars.

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to examine into the data required to be submitted by the city of San Francisco with reference supply. to a water supply for that city both from Lake Eleanor and adjacent watersheds partially within the Yosemite Park or from any other available sources of water supply, and to collect such independent data and information as may be necessary in the premises, including all incidental expenses of the officers of the Engineer Corps of the United States Army detailed by the Secretary of War as an advisory board to the Secretary of the Interior in connection therewith, twelve thousand dollars.

Sequoia National Park, California: For the protection and improve- Sequoia Park. ment of the Sequoia National Park and the construction and repair of bridges, fences, and trails, and improvement of roads other than toll roads, fifteen thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

General Grant National Park, California: For protection and General Grant Park. improvement of the General Grant National Park, construction of fences and trails, and repairing and extension of roads, two thousand dollars.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon: For protection and improve- Crater Lake Park, ment of the Crater Lake National Park and repairing and extension of roads, three thousand dollars.

Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: For protection and improve- Mera Verde Park. ment of Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, including the lands within five miles of the boundaries of said reservation, which, under the Act of June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six, are to be administered by the same service established for the custodianship of the park, including twelve thousand five hundred dollars for the construction of a road, twenty thousand dollars.

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington: For protection and Mount Rainier Park. improvement of Mount Rainier National Park, construction of bridges, fences, and trails, and improvement of roads, three thousand dollars.

Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota: For the improvement and protection of the Wind Cave National Park, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Platt National Park, Oklahoma: For care and maintenance of Platt National Park including all personal service, five thousand dollars.

Glacier National Park, Montana: For improvement of Glacier National Park, the construction and repair of trails and roads, fifteen thousand dollars.

34

Wind Cave Park.

Platt Park.

Glacier Park.
Ante, p. 354.

GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Hos

Government pital for Insane.

For support, clothing, and treatment in the Government Hospital for the Insane of the insane from the Army and Navy, Marine Corps,

[graphic]

Revenue-Cutter Service, inmates of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, persons charged with or convicted of crimes against the United States who are insane, all persons who have become insane since their entry into the military and naval service of the United States who have been admitted to the hospital and who are indigent, including purchase, maintenance, and driving of necessary horses and vehicles and of horses and vehicle for official use of the superintendent, three hundred and twenty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars; and not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars of this sum may be expended in defraying the expense of the removal of patients to their friends; not exceeding one thousand dollars may be expended in the purchase of such books, periodicals, and papers as may be required for the purposes of the hospital and for the medical library, and not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the apprehension and return to the hospital of escaped patients.

For the buildings and grounds of the Government Hospital for the
Insane, as follows:

For general repairs and improvements, forty thousand dollars.
For roadways, grading, and walks, five thousand dollars.

[blocks in formation]

COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. For support of the institution, including salaries and incidental expenses, for books and illustrative apparatus, and for general repairs and improvements, sixty-seven thousand dollars.

For repairs to the buildings of the institution, including plumbing and steam fitting, and for repairs to pavements within the grounds, five thousand dollars.

HOWARD UNIVERSITY.

Howard University.

For maintenance of the Howard University, to be used in payment of part of the salaries of the officers, professors, teachers, and other regular employees of the university, the balance of which shall be paid from donations and other sources, of which sum not less than one thousand five hundred dollars shall be used for normal instruction, fifty-three thousand two hundred dollars;

For tools, materials, fuel, wages of instructors, and other necessary expenses of the department of manual arts, nine thousand dollars;

For addition to the manual training and arts building, twenty-three thousand dollars;

For books, shelving, furniture, and fixtures, for the libraries, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For improvement of grounds and repairs of buildings, four thousand dollars, to be immediately available;

Medical department: To meet in part cost of needed equipment, laboratory supplies, and apparatus, ten thousand dollars;

For material and apparatus for chemical, physical, and naturalhistory studies, and use in laboratories, including cases and shelving, five hundred dollars;

For fuel and light, three thousand five hundred dollars;
In all, one hundred and four thousand seven hundred dollars.

Medical department.

Post, p. 796.

FREEDMEN'S HOSPITAL.

Freedmen's Hos. For salaries and compensation of the surgeon in chief, not to exceed pital.

three thousand dollars, and for all other professional and other services that may be required and expressly approved by the Secretary of the Interior; in all, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars. A detailed statement of the expenditure of this sum shall be submitted to Congress;

For subsistence, fuel and light, clothing, bedding, forage, medicine, medical and surgical supplies, surgical instruments, electric lights, repairs, furniture, and other absolutely necessary expenses, twentyone thousand dollars;

For rent of quarters for hospital nurses and for heating and lighting the same, three thousand dollars;

For equipping additional wing to Freedmen's Hospital building Additional wing. authorized by sundry civil Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, including furniture, instruments, screens, awnings, and other necessary equipment, two thousand dollars:

In all, fifty-five thousand five hundred dollars.

UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Department of Justice.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

Court of Claims.
Elevator.

Court-house, Washington, District of Columbia: For construction Court-house, D. C.

Repairs, work at the court-house and repairs thereof, as per estimate of the Superintendent of the Capitol, ten thousand dollars.

For reconstruction of the elevator in the Court of Claims building, three thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kansas, construction: For continuing Leavenworth, Kans.

Penitentiary. construction of the new United States Penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas, one hundred thousand dollars, to be available immediately and to remain available until expended, all of which sum shall be so expended as to give the maximum amount of employment to the inmates of said penitentiary. Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia, construction: For continuing the

Penitentiary. construction of the United States penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia, and the wall around same, seventy-five thousand dollars, to be available immediately and to remain available until expended, all of which sum shall be so expended as to give the maximum amount of employment to the inmates of said penitentiary.

National Training National Training School for Boys: For construction of a new family building, to be immediately available, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For construction of a shop building, to be immediately available, Post, p. 800. five thousand dollars.

Atlanta, Ga.

School for Boys.

MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Miscellaneous.

Conduct of customs cases.

P. 108.

Conduct of customs cases: For Assistant Attorney-General, eight thousand dollars; Deputy Assistant Attorney-General, seven thou- Assistant Attorneysand five hundred dollars; two assistant attorneys, at five thousand Gerneras. etdeputy, atdollars each; one assistant attorney, four thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant attorney, three thousand dollars; one assistant attorney, two thousand five hundred dollars; special attorneys and counselors at law in the conduct of customs cases, to be employed and their compensation fixed by the Attorney-General, as authorized by Public Laws,1st sess., section thirty of the Act of August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, thirty-five thousand dollars; necessary clerical assistance and other employees, to be employed and their compensation fixed by the Attorney-General; supplies, printing, traveling, and other miscellaneous and incidental expenses to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, nineteen thousand five hundred dollars; in all, ninety thousand dollars.

Defending suits in claims against the United States: For defraying Defending suits in the necessary expenses incurred in the examination of witnesses and claims. procuring of evidence in the matter of claims against the United States and such other expenditures as may be necessary in defending suits

[graphic]

etc.

Defense in Indian

Indians.

in the Court of Claims, including defense for the United States in the matter of French spoliation claims, not exceeding five hundred dollars of which may be expended for law books, to be expended under the

direction of the Attorney-General, twenty-five thousand dollars. Prosecution of Detection and prosecution of crimes: For the detection and crimes.

prosecution of crimes against the United States; the investigation of the official acts, records, and accounts of marshals, attorneys, clerks, and referees of the United States courts and the territorial courts, and United States commissioners, for which purpose all the official papers, records, and dockets of said officers, without exception, shall be examined by the agents of the Attorney-General at any time; for the protection of the person of the President of the United States; for such other investigations regarding official matters under the control of the Department of Justice as may be directed by the AttorneyGeneral; to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General,

two hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars. Inspection of pris Inspection of prisons and prisoners: For the inspection of United sons, etc.

States prisons and prisoners, and for the collection, classification, and preservation of criminal identification records, and their exchange with the officials of state and other institutions, to be expended under

the direction of the Attorney-General, ten thousand dollars. Investigating frauds, Investigation and prosecution of frauds: To defray the expenses

of the investigation and prosecution of frauds upon the revenues

and other frauds upon the United States, fifty thousand dollars. depredation claims.

Defense in Indian depredation claims: For salaries and expenses in defense of the Indian depredation claims, including not exceeding seven thousand dollars for salaries of necessary employees in Washington, District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of

the Attorney-General, twenty-five thousand dollars. Mexican Kickapoo

For the payment of any and all expenses, incurred or to be incurred, , Prosecutions for in or about the prosecutions for crimes committed in the United

States or the Republic of Mexico in connection with the false making or unlawful procurement of conveyances purporting to affect title to lands in Oklahoma allotted to Kickapoo Indians, twenty thousand

dollars, to be available until expended, at the discretion of the R. S., sec. 3648, p.718. Attorney-General, the provision of section thirty-six hundred and

forty-eight of the Revised Statutes to the contrary notwithstanding.

Traveling and miscellaneous expenses: For traveling and other penses.

miscellaneous and emergency expenses, authorized and approved by the Attorney-General, to be expended at his discretion, the pro

visions of the first paragraph of section thirty-six hundred and fortyR.S., sec. 3648, p.718.

eight, Revised Statutes, to the contrary notwithstanding, ten thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses, District of Alaska: For furniture, fuel, books, penses.

stationery, and other incidental expenses, for the offices of the mar

shals and attorneys, seven thousand dollars. Traveling expenses. Traveling expenses, District of Alaska: For the actual and neces

sary expenses of the judges and clerks in the District of Alaska when

traveling in the discharge of their official duties, six thousand dollars. Enforcing antitrust Enforcement of antitrust laws and Acts to regulate commerce: Vol. 35, p. 1014. That the balance of the appropriation entitled "Enforcement of

antitrust laws, nineteen hundred and ten," shall be available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, and an additional appropriation of two hundred thousand dollars is hereby made for the same purposes and for the enforcement of Acts to regulate

commerce. Conveyances of al Suits to set aside conveyances of allotted lands, Five Civilized lotted lands. Expenses of suits to Tribes: For the payment of necessary expenses incident to any

suits brought at the request of the Secretary of the Interior in the eastern judicial district of Oklahoma, to be expended under the

ances, etc.

Traveling, etc., ex.

Alaska.
Incidental ex-

laws, etc.

[ocr errors]

set aside.

R.S., sec. 1765, p. 314.

direction of the Attorney-General, fifty thousand dollars: Provided, Proviso.

Oklahoma western That the sum of ten thousand dollars of the above amount, or so judicial district. much thereof as may be necessary, may be expended in the prosecution of cases in the western judicial district of Oklahoma, and not to exceed ten thousand dollars of said sum shall be available for the expenses of the United States on appeals to the Såpreme Court of Appeals to Supreme the United States.

Opinions of Attorneys-General: To enable the Attorney-General to Vol. 27. Opinions of employ at his discretion, and irrespective of the provisions of section Attorneys-General. seventeen hundred and sixty-five of the Revised Statutes, such competent person or persons as will, in his judgment, best perform the service to edit and prepare for publication and superintend the printing of volume twenty-seven of the Opinions of the Attorneys-General, the printing of said volume to be done in accordance with the provisions of section three hundred and eighty-three of the Revised Statutes, five hundred dollars.

Opinions and briefs of Solicitor of Treasury: To enable the Attorney- Opinions, etc., SoGeneral to employ at his discretion, and irrespective of the provisions "R. S., sec. 1765, p. 314. of section seventeen hundred and sixty-five of the Revised Statutes, such competent person or persons as will, in his judgment, best perform the service to edit and prepare for publication and superintend the printing of a digest of the opinions and briefs of the Solicitor of the Treasury, five hundred dollars.

Investigating title of United States in lands in District of Columbia: Title to District pubTo carry on the work required by section twenty-six of the public Vol. 35, p. 543. buildings Act approved May thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General.

R.S., sec. 383, p. 63.

JUDICIAL.

Judicial.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

United States Courts.

Expenses.

Marshals' salaries, etc.

Advances.

For defraying the expenses of the Supreme Court; of the circuit and district courts of the United States, including the district court in the Territory of Hawaii; of the supreme court and court of appeals of the District of Columbia; of the district court of Alaska; of the circuit courts of appeals; of suits and preparations for or in defense of suits in which the United States is interested; of the prosecution of offenses committed against the United States; and in the enforcement of the laws of the United States, specifically the expenses stated under the following appropriations, namely:

For payment of salaries, fees, and expenses of United States marshals and their deputies, one million four hundred and fifty thousand dollars, to include payment for services rendered in behalf of the United States or otherwise. Advances to United States marshals, in accordance with existing law, may be made from the proper appropriations, as herein provided, immediately upon the passage of this Act; but no disbursement shall be made prior to July first, nineteen hundred and ten, by said disbursing officers from the funds thus advanced, and no disbursements shall be made therefrom to liquidate expenses for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten or prior years.

For salaries of United States district attorneys and expenses of Salaries, etc. United States district attorneys and their regular assistants, five hundred and forty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available for the payment of the salaries of regularly cancies. appointed clerks to United States district attorneys for services rendered during vacancy in the office of the United States district attorney.

Restriction.

District attorneys.

Proriso.
Service during va-

« ПретходнаНастави »