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Clerks of courts.
Vol. 31, p. 600.
employees of the Division of Naturalization in Washington while absent on official duty outside of the District of Columbia; for telegrams, verifications to legal papers, telephone service in oslices outside of the District of Columbia; not to exceed three thousand dollars for rent of offices outside of the District of Columbia where suitable quarters can not be obtained in public buildings; and for the
purpose of carrying into effect that part of section thirteen of the Act of June ralization cases. twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six (Thirty-fourth Statutes, page eight hundred and ninety-six), which provides: “And in case the Post, p. 830. clerk of any court collects fees in excess of the sum of six thousand dollars in any one year, the Secretary of Commerce and Labor may allow to such clerk' from the money which the United States shall receive additional compensation for the employment of additional clerical assistance, but for no other purpose, if in the opinion of the said Secretary the business of such clerk warrants such allowance:” Provided, That the total compensation for the additional clerical assistants authorized by that portion of the said section quoted above to be employed by the clerks of courts shall in no case exceed onehalf of the gross amount of fees collected by such clerks in naturalization cases during the fiscal year immediately preceding, and that the expenditures from this appropriation shall be in the manner and under such regulations as the Secretary of Commerce and Labor may prescribe, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Payment of fees to Austrian seamen detained at Ellis Island to be used as witnesses: To enable the Secretary of Commerce and Labor to Island. pay to seven Austrian seamen, who were detained at the Ellis Island Immigrant Station for several months in order that they might be used as witnesses in the prosecution arising under the immigration laws, a fee of one dollar per day for the time actually detained, one thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.
For rent, stationery, and other requisites for the transaction of the Contingent expenses. business of shipping commissioners' offices, including rent of office quarters for the United States shipping commissioner at San Francisco, California, for not exceeding six months of the fiscal year, one thousand and fifty dollars, and rent of temporary quarters for the United States shipping commissioner at New York, New York, not to exceed two thousand eight hundred dollars, ten thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.
For tools, appliances, and instruments for the admeasurement of vessels and the counting of passengers, one thousand dollars.
Counting and measuring appliances.
BUREAU OF STANDARDS.
Bureau of ards.
For the continuation of the investigation of the structural materials Investigation of both belonging to and for the use of the United States, such as stone, clays, cement, and so forth, under the supervision of the Director of the Bureau of Standards, including necessary personal services, to be immediately available, fifty thousand dollars.
UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Department of State.
North Atlantic fisheries arbitration.
To meet the expenses on the part of the United States in the arbitration before the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague, Treaties, ist sess., under the special agreement of January twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and nine, for the submission of questions relating to fisheries on the North Atlantic coast under the general treaty of arbitration Vol. 35, p. 19€0. concluded between the United States and Great Britain on April fourth, nineteen hundred and eight, one hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
Canadian boundary waters commission.
Treaties, p. 312.
For the purpose of paying salaries and expenses and the one-half share of all reasonable and necessary joint expenses of the commission incurred under the terms of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concerning boundary waters between the United States and Canada, signed January eleventh, nineteen hundred and nine, seventy-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State.
Statement of appropriations.
Vol. 25, p. 587.
Navy Yearbook and Senate documents.
Statement of appropriations: For preparation, under the direction of the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives, of the statements showing appropriations made, new offices created, offices the salaries of which have been omitted, increased, or reduced, indefinite appropriations, and contracts authorized, together with a chronological history of the regular appropriation bills passed during the first and second sessions of the Sixty-first Congress, as required by the Act approved October nineteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, four thousand dollars, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairmen of said committees to do said work.
Senate, Secretary's office: For compiler of the Navy Yearbook and
indexer for Senate public documents (Pitman Pulsifer), three thouDistribution of sand five hundred dollars; and hereafter said Navy Yearbook shall Yearbook.
be prepared and published for each calendar year and distributed as other public documents; and six thousand additional copies shall be printed and bound in cloth and distributed as follows: One thousand five hundred for the Senate, three thousand for the House of Representatives, one thousand for the Navy Department, and five hundred for the Committees on Naval Affairs of Senate and House.
Botanic Garden: For general repairs to buildings, heating apparaRepairs, etc.
tus, painting, glazing, resurfacing foot walks and roadways, new steam boiler for heating propagating range, general repairs to packing sheds, storerooms, new metal roof on stable south side Maryland avenue, under the direction of the Joint Committee on the Library, seven
thousand dollars. House Office Build House Office Building: For maintenance, including miscellaneous Maintenance, etc. items, and for all necessary services, thirty-one thousand dollars.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. ing Otlice.
PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING.
Public Printer, purchasing agent, etc.
Office of the Public Printer: Public Printer, five thousand five hundred dollars; purchasing agent, three thousand six hundred dollars; attorney, three thousand dollars; secretary to the Public Printer, two thousand five hundred dollars; accountant, two thousand five hundred dollars; assisting purchasing agent, two thousand five hundred dollars; cashier and paymaster, two thousand five hundred dollars; clerk in charge of the Congressional Record at the Capitol, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant accountant, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; chief timekeeper, two thousand dollars; paying teller, two thousand dollars; one clerk, two thousand dollars; telegrapher and clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; ten clerks of class four; eleven clerks of class three: six clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six clerks, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; twelve clerks, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; paymaster's guard, one thousand dollars; one chief doorkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; one doorkeeper, one thousand two
ter, inspector, etc.
Leaves of absence.
hundred dollars; six assistant doorkeepers, at one thousand dollars each; two messengers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; delivery man, one thousand two hundred dollars; five delivery men, at nine hundred and fifty dollars each; telephone switchboard operator, seven hundred and twenty dollars; three assistant telephone switchboard operators, at six hundred dollars each; five messenger boys, at four hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, one hundred and thirty-three
thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars; Oflice of the Deputy Public Printer: Deputy Public Printer, four
Deputy Public Prin. thousand five hundred dollars; inspector of påper and material, as Vol. 25, p. 608. provided for in section twenty of an Act to provide for the public printing and binding, approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class on clerk, nine hundred dollars; one chemist, one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one messenger boy, four hundred and twenty dollars; in all twelve thousand four hundred and sixty dollars;
Watch force: Captain of the watch, one thousand two hundred dol- Watch force. lars; two lieutenants of the watch, at nine hundred dollars each; and sixty-four day and night watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, forty-nine thousand and eighty dollars;
Holidays: To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provi- Holidays. sions of the law granting holidays and the executive order granting half holidays with pay to the employees of the Government Printing Office, two hundred thousand dollars;
Leaves of absence: To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the law granting thirty days' annual leave to the employees of the Government Printing Office, three hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That hereafter employees in the Government Printing Office receiving annual salaries fixed by law shall be nual salaries. allowed leave at the rate of pay received by them at the time such leave is granted, the same to be payable from the specific appropriation for their salaries;
For the public printing, for the public binding, and for paper for the public printing and binding, including the cost of printing the debates Aggregate amount. and proceedings of Congress in the Congressional Record, and for lithographing, mapping, and engraving, for both Houses of Congress, the Supreme Court of the United States, the supreme court of the District of Columbia, the Court of Claims, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Interstate Commerce Commission, the International Bureau of American Republics, the Executive Office, and the departments; for salaries, compensation, or wages, of all necessary employees additional to those herein specifically appropriated for, including the compensation of the foreman of binding, and the foreman of printing; rents, fuel, gas, electric current, gas and electric fixtures, and ice; bicycles, horses, wagons and harness, and the care, driving, and subsistence of the same, to be used only for official purposes, including the purchase, maintenance, and driving of horses and vehicles for official use of the officers of the Government Printing Office when in writing ordered by the Public Printer; freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service; furniture, typewriters, and carpets; traveling expenses, stationery, postage, and advertising; directories, technical books, and books of reference, not exceeding five hundred dollars; adding and numbering machines, time stamps, and other machines of similar character; purchase and installation of storage batteries; machinery (not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars); equipment, and for repairs to machinery, implements, and buildings, and for minor alterations to buildings; necessary equip- Supplies for emerment, maintenance, and supplies for the emergency room for the use of all employees in the Government Printing Office who may be taken
Public printing and
Miscellaneous suddenly ill or receive injury while on duty; other necessary contin
gent and miscellaneous items authorized by the Public Printer; and for all the necessary materials and equipment needed in the prosecution and delivery of the work, four million six hundred and ninety-one thousand seven hundred and thirty dollars;
In all, for public printing and binding, five million four hundred and twenty-seven thousand and fifty dollars; and from the said sum printing and binding shall be done by the Public Printer to the amounts following, respectively, namely:
For printing and binding for Congress, including the proceedings and debates, one million eight hundred and sixty-one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. And printing and binding for Congress chargeable to this appropriation, when recommended to be done by the Committee on Printing of either House, shall be so recommended in a report containing an approximate estimate of the cost thereof, together with a statement from the Public Printer of estimated approximate cost of work previously ordered by Congress, within
the fiscal year for which this appropriation is made. Immigration Com The allotment for printing and binding for Congress is hereby made mission publications.
available to the extent of not exceeding ten thousand dollars for the printing, under the provisions of existing law and the rules of the Senate and House of Representatives relating to public printing, as public documents of such of the publications of the Immigration Commission as the commission may designate. And the superintendent of documents is hereby authorized to order reprinted from time to time such public documents of the Immigration Commission as may be
required for sale. Departments, etc.
For the State Department, thirty-seven thousand dollars.
For the Treasury Department, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
For the War Department, two hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars.
For the Navy Department, one hundred and fifty-three thousand dollars, including not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars for the Hydrographic Office.
For the Interior Department, including not exceeding forty thousand dollars for the Civil Service Commission, and not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars for the publication of the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Education, two hundred and eight-five thousand five hundred dollars.
For the Patent Office, as follows: For printing the weekly issue of patents, designs, trade-marks, and labels, exclusive of illustrations; for printing, exclusive of illustrations, and binding the monthly volumes of patents, and for printing, engraving illustrations, and binding the Official Gazette, including weekly, monthly, bimonthly, and annual indexes, six hundred and forty thousand dollars.
For the Smithsonian Institution, for printing and binding the Annual Reports of the Board of Regents, with general appendixes, ten thousand dollars; under the Smithsonian Institution, for the Annual Reports of the National Museum, with general appendixes, and for printing labels and blanks, and for the Bulletins and Proceedings of the National Museum, the editions of which shall not exceed four thousand copies, and binding, in half morocco or material not more expensive, scientific books and pamphlets presented to and acquired by the National Museum Library, thirty-four thousand dollars; for the Annual Reports and Bulletins of the Bureau of American Ethnology, and for miscellaneous printing and binding for the bureau, twenty-one thousand dollars; for miscellaneous printing and binding for the International Exchanges, two hundred dollars; the International Catalogue of Scientific Literature, one hundred dollars; the National Zoological Park, two hundred dollars;
the Astrophysical Observatory, two hundred dollars; and for the Annual Report of the American Historical Association, seven thousand dollars; in all, seventy-two thousand seven hundred dollars.
For the United States Geological Survey, as follows:
For engraving the illustrations necessary for the Annual Report of the Director, and for the monographs, professional papers, bulletins, water-supply, papers, and the report on mineral resources, and for printing and binding the same publications, of which sum not more than thirty-five thousand dollars may be used for engraving, one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars.
For the Department of Justice, thirty-five thousand dollars. For the Post-Office Department, exclusive of the money-order office, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
For the Department of Agriculture, including not to exceed twentyfive thousand dollars for the Weather Bureau, and including the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, as required by the Act approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, kol: 30 GR. and in pursuance of the provisions of Public Resolution Numbered Thirteen of the first session Fifty-ninth Congress, and also including not to exceed one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars for farmers' bulletins, which shall be adapted to the interests of the people of the different sections of the country, an equal proportion of four-fifths of which shall be delivered to or sent out under the addressed franks furnished by Senators, Representatives, and Delegates in Congress, as they shall direct, four hundred and sixty thousand dollars.
For the Department of Commerce and Labor, including the Coast and Geodetic Survey, three hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this allotment shall be expended Census Bureau. for printing and binding for the Bureau of the Census.
For printing, and binding in cloth, an international commercial International comdirectory prepared by the Bureau of Manufactures, Department of Commerce and Labor, six thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and copies of the said directory shall be sold by the Public Printer in accordance with the law governing the sale of public documents at not less than five dollars per volume the proceels of such sales to be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts: Provided, That one hundred copies shall be delivered to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor for the use of the Bureau of Manufactures. Manufactures.
For the Supreme Court of the United States, ten thousand dollars; and the printing for the Supreme Court shall be done by the printer it may employ, unless it shall otherwise order.
For the supreme court of the District of Columbia, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For the Court of Claims, twenty thousand dollars.
For the Library of Congress, including the copyright office, and the publication of the Catalogue of Title Entries of the copyright office, and binding, rebinding, and repairing of library books, and for building and grounds, Library of Congress, two hundred and two thousand dollars.
For the Executive Office, two thousand dollars.
For the United States Court of Customs Appeals, five thousand dollars.
For the International Bureau of the American Republics, twenty thousand dollars.
And no more than an allotment of one-half of the sum hereby Restriction appropriated shall be expended in the first two quarters of the fiscal year, and no more than one-fourth thereof may be expended in either of the last two quarters of the fiscal year, except that, in addition