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Ante, p. 203.
Mexican Centennial Commission.
Post, p. 882.
International Union for Protection of Industrial Property at Wash
Industrial Property ington, District of Columbia: The appropriation of ten thousand dol- Expenses of meetlars provided by the urgent deficiency Act, approved August fifth, Public Laws, nineteen hundred and nine, for defraying the expenses of the next sess., p. 119. meeting of the International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property, to be held at Washington, District of Columbia, in May, nineteen hundred and ten, is hereby extended and made available, and shall remain available, for defraying the expenses of the meeting of the International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property, to be held at Washington, District of Columbia, in May, nineteen hundred and eleven.
International conference of American States: To reimburse to the appropriation of one hundred thousand dollars made by the urgent Transportation of deficiency Act, approved February twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred delegates. and ten, to meet the actual and necessary expenses of the delegates to the fourth international conference of American States to be held at the city of Buenos Aires, and of their clerical assistants, such sum within the limit of thirty-three thousand dollars as shall be required to defray the actual cost of the transportation of said delegates and their clerical assistants from the United States to Buenos Aires in an army transport in accordance with the provisions of and under the authority granted by the joint resolution approved March thirtieth, Post, p. 877. nineteen hundred and ten, “Authorizing the use of an army transport for certain purposes.
For the expenses of the commission to attend the celebration of the centennial of the Republic of Mexico, to be held in the City of Mexico in September, nineteen hundred and ten, ten thousand dollars. The Secretary of State is hereby authorized to apply in his discre
Passa maquod dy
Bay boundary. tion the appropriation authorized and provided by the diplomatic Expenses of locatand consular appropriation Act, approved May sixth, nineteen hun- "Ante, p. 344. dred and ten, for the payment of the share of the United States of the expenses in the settlement by arbitration under Article I of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain of April eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, of the international boundary line in Passamaquoddy Bay, to expenses necessarily incurred in effecting the settlement of the location of the aforesaid boundary line without resort to arbitration, if a treaty effecting such settlement is concluded by the United States and Great Britain. To enable the Government to continue its efforts to mitigate if not
Suppression of entirely stamp out the opium evil, through a proposed international Vol.35, p.350. conference and otherwise, by further investigation and proceedings, twenty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State.
Reimbursement of the G. R. Caswell Lumber Company, and so forth: To reimburse the G. R. Caswell Lumber Company, an Ameri- W. K. Baldwin can corporation of Vermont, and W. K. Baldwin, a resident of Quebec, for losses sustained by fire caused by a surveying party in the employ of the International Boundary Commission, being the quota of the United States, two hundred and eighteen dollars and sixty-five cents, to be placed at the disposal of the Secretary of State. To pay William M. Malloy for expenses and compensation for com
William M. Mallor. piling treaties, conventions, international acts, protocols, and agree- pilation of trenties by. ments between the United States and other powers, seventeen hundred and seventy-six to nineteen hundred and nine,'' under resolution of the Senate (Š. Res. 252), Sixtieth Congress, second session, five thousand dollars.
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G. R. Caswell Lumber Company, and
Payment for com
Treasury Depart. ment.
To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to thirty-eight Employees on emertemporary employees in the Treasury Department for services rendered in connection with work under the “Act to amend the
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national banking laws,” five hundred and two dollars and twenty, nine cents, which sum is to be in full compensation to each of said employees for services rendered between February twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and ten, and the end of that month and not heretofore paid for.
Salaries, Office of Secretary of the Treasury, nineteen hundred and ten: The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to use not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars of the unexpended appropriations for salaries in the Division of Bookkeeping and Warrants, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, in payment, at such rates as the Secretary of the Treasury shall determine, for extra services rendered by such of the force of the division as have performed said additional duties
throughout the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, notwithstanding R.S., secs. 1763-1763, the provisions of sections seventeen hundred and sixty-three to seven
teen hundred and sixty-five of the Revised Statutes. Treasurer's Office. Salaries, Office of Treasurer of the United States (national currency graving and Printing to be reimbursed by national banks): To reimburse the appropriation
“Compensation of employees, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, for the services of employees of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing detailed to the office of the Treasurer of the United States to assort notes in the National Bank Redemption Agency to the close of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, forty-three thousand two hundred and three dollars and fortynine cents.
Credit in accounts of the Treasurer: The proper accounting officers inesintesor deposit of the Treasury Department be, and they are hereby, authorized
and directed to credit the general account of the Treasurer of the United States with the amount of public moneys transferred to and deposited with the States under the provisions of an Act of Congress approved June twenty-third, eighteen hundred and thirty-six: Provided, That the credit herein authorized to be given to the Treasurer of the United States shall in no wise affect or discharge the indebtedness of the several States to the United States as is provided in said Act of Congress approved June twenty-third, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, and shall be made in such manner as to debit the respective States chargeable therewith upon the books of the Treasury Department, until otherwise directed by Congress.
Contingent expenses: For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several bureaus, one thousand five hundred dollars.
To pay the account of W. L. Swayze, for stationery, fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, as fully set forth on page five of House Document Numbered Nine hundred and nine of this session, hundred and seventy-five dollars and ninety-nine cents.
To pay the account of John P. Nawrath for stationery, fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, as fully set forth on page five of House Document Numbered Nine hundred and nine, of this session, five hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty-six cents.
The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to place the control nate officers to con- and expenditure of the various appropriations made for contingent
expenses of the Treasury Department at Washington, District of Columbia, under such officer or officers of the Treasury Department
as he may from time to time determine proper or necessary, and the R.S. , secs. 240, 241, requirements and authority. imposed by sections two hundred and
forty and two hundred and forty-one of the Revised Statutes of the United States shall hereafter be applicable to the person or persons designated hereunder as fully as they have heretofore applied to the superintendent of the Treasury building with reference to said appropriations.
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Indebtedness not af. fected.
MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS, TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Payment to the State of Oregon: The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to reopen, adjust, and audit the claim of the State of for raising volunteers, Oregon for expenses of raising, supplying, and equipping its volunteer troops and militia during the years eighteen hundred and sixty-one to eighteen hundred and sixty-five, inclusive, and ascertain and report to Congress for consideration what sum or sums, if any, were expended by the State of Oregon and have not been reimbursed to it by the United States on account of principal of bonds issued, interest paid thereon, and expenses of advertising and printing in connection therewith, in providing means for the payment of bounty to volunteers mustered into the service of the United States and who were engaged in the State of Oregon and adjacent territories in the suppression of Indian outbreaks.
Paper for internal-revenue stamps: For paper for internal-revenue Paper for internal stamps, including freight, ten thousand dollars to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.
Transportation of fractional silver coin: For transportation of tional silver coin. fractional silver coin, by registered mail or otherwise, thirty-five thousand dollars; and in expending this sum the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to transport from the Treasury or subtreasuries, free of charge, fractional silver coin when requested to do so: Provided, That an equal amount in coin or currency shall have been deposited in the Treasury or such subtreasuries by the applicant or applicants. And the Secretary of the Treasury shall report to Congress the cost arising under this appropriation.
For transportation of fractional silver coin for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, to pay bills on hand and unpaid, awaiting an appropriation, eight thousand five hundred and seventy-nine dollars and eighty-nine cents.
Transportation of minor coin: For transportation of minor coin, minor coin. by registered mail or otherwise, twenty thousand dollars; and in expending this sum the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to transport from the Treasury or subtreasuries, free of charge, minor coin when requested to do so: Provided, That an equal perit. amount in coin or currency shall have been deposited in the Treasury or such subtreasuries by the applicant or applicants. And the Secretary of the Treasury shall report to Congress the cost arising under this appropriation.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury and bills on hand and unpaid, for transportation of minor coin, fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, one thousand six hundred and sixty-three dollars and thirty-five cents.
Reimbursement to Treasurer of the United States: To reimburse the Treasurer of the United States for the loss on recoinage of one coining silver dollars. thousand one hundred uncurrent standard silver dollars at the mint at Philadelphia during the first quarter of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, seventy-seven dollars and ninety-three cents.
INDEPENDENT TREASURY: Paper for checks and drafts, Independent Treasury: Authority is hereby granted the Secretary of the Treasury to pay the unpaid bill of Crane and Company, of Dalton, Massachusetts, in the sum of two hundred and forty-three dollars Payment to and twenty-seven cents, for watermarked check paper ordered and furnished the Treasury Department in August, nineteen hundred and
Vol. 35, p. 874. eight, from the unexpended balance of the appropriation for Paper for checks and drafts, Independent Treasury,” fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, the appropriation for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, from which the same was payable, being exhausted at the time the bill was rendered in May, nineteen hundred and ten.
Crane and Com. pany.
Refund of interest on deposits.
Refund of excess of interest on public deposits: To reimburse the Western National Bank of York, Pennsylvania, ninety-seven cents, and the Whitney-Central National Bank of New Orleans, Louisiana,
nine dollars and thirty-one cents, being amounts paid into the TreasVol. 35, p. 552. ury on account of interest on public deposits, under section fifteen,
Act of May thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, in excess of the amounts due, and not discovered until the amounts were covered by warrants into the General Treasury; in all, ten dollars and
twenty-eight cents. Reissue of Treasury Reissue of Treasury drafts: Upon return to the Treasury Departdrafts for refunding
ment of certain outstanding drafts, amounting in the aggregate not to exceed seven thousand four hundred and seven dollars and nine cents, by H. Amy and Company, Adrian Iselin and Company, Baring Brothers and Company, and the other claimants or parties to whom said drafts were delivered when issued, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to issue, in conformity with the decision of the First Comptroller of the Treasury dated June sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, new drafts in exchange therefor, made payable to the order of the parties returning them
or as directed by indorsements thereon: Provided, That the returned Condition.
drafts were issued in refund payment of internal-revenue taxes withheld by railroad and other corporations acting as government agents from coupons which were in possession of and presented by said parties for collection, the intent of this Act being to place said parties in the same legal position occupied by them at the time said coupons
were originally presented for payment. Creditin accounts of Credit in accounts: The accounting officers of the Treasury are Army officers.
authorized and directed to allow credit in accounts of officers of the army in sums disallowed against them on the books of the Treasury, as set forth in House documents of this session, as follows:
In House Document Numbered Four hundred and forty-eight, Lieutenant-Colonel J. B. Bellinger, eight hundred and fifty-nine dollars and twenty-nine cents;
In House Document Numbered Four hundred and eighty-two, Colonel John L. Clem, one hundred and twenty-one dollars and seventy-five cents; Lieutenant-Colonel F. Von Schrader, one thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and seventy-one cents; Captain F. T. Arnold, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-three dollars and thirty cents; Captain S. V. Ham, four dollars; Captain V. K. IIart, twelve thousand nine hundred and seventy-seven dollars and six cents; Lieutenant N. II. Davis, fifty dollars;
In House Document Numbered Four hundred and ninety-one, Captain George H. Cameron, thirty-five dollars and twenty-five cents;
In House Document Numbered Six hundred and eighty-eight, Major D. E. McCarthy, quartermaster, four hundred and eighteen dollars and seventy-one cents; Major G. G. Bailey, quartermaster, two hundred and sixty-one dollars and thirty cents; Colonel John L. Clem, assistant quartermaster, one thousand one hundred and eightyone dollars and eighty cents; Major M. Gray Zalinski, quartermaster, sixty-two dollars; Lieutenant E. L. Hooper, Twelfth Infantry, one hundred and twenty dollars;
In House Document Numbered Nine hundred and forty, Captain A. E. Waldron, Corps of Engineers, one hundred and twenty-two dollars and eighty-five cents;
In House Document Numbered Five hundred and sixty-six, Captain Grayson V. Heidt, United States Army, retired (late lieutenant, Fourteenth Cavalry), one hundred dollars;
In House Document Numbered Seven hundred and thirty-five, Lieutenant-Colonel W. W. Robinson, junior, one hundred and ninetynine doilars and ninety-eight cents.
Capt. W.S. Scott.
Lieut. Allan L.
Capt. John R. M.
Allowance in accounts.
Relief of Private John Pearing: The accounting officers of the Treasury are authorized and directed to regard as correct the
payments made to Private John Pearing, United States Army, retired, at the rate of forty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents per month for the period from May eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, to December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and nine.
Relief of Captain W. S. Scott: To reimburse Captain W. S. Scott, quartermaster, United States Army, the sum deposited by him from private funds to the credit of the Treasurer, United States, in lieu of a like sum for which he was responsible and which was stolen at San Francisco, three hundred dollars and thirty-nine cents.
Relief of Lieutenant Allan L. Briggs: The accounting oflicers of Brides the Treasury are hereby authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts of First Lieutenant Allan L. Briggs, Twenty-ninth Infantry, disbursing oflicer, Signal Corps, United States Army, the sum of two thousand dollars disallowed against him on the books of the Treasury, and to refund to said officer the amount repaid by him to the Treasury of the United States on account of this disallowance, two thousand dollars.
Relief of Major Henry G. Cole: The accounting officers of the Maj. Henry G. Cole. Treasury are hereby authorized and directed to allow and credit in counts. the accounts of Major Henry G. Cole, commissary, United States Army, the sum of five hundred and twenty-four dollars and seven cents disallowed against him on the books of the Treasury.
Credit in the accounts of Captain John R. M. Taylor: The account- Tacaipt ing oflicers of the Treasury are hereby authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts of Captain John R. M. Taylor, Fourteenth Infantry, commissary, the sum of one thousand one hundred and thirty-six dollars and ninety-seven cents, disallowed against him on the books of the Treasury.
Payment to Southern Pacific Company: To pay the Southern Southern Pacific Pacific Company for damages to the ferry steamer Encinal sustained in collision with the United States quarantine steamer Argonaut at San Francisco, September tenth, nineteen hundred and seven, one thousand five hundred and seventeen dollars and eight cents. Refund of suns paid for documentary stamps: The time within
Documentary which claims may be presented for refunding the sums paid for doc Time for claims for umentary stamps used on foreign bills of exchange drawn between July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and one, against the value of products or merchandise actually exported to foreign countries, specified in the Act entitled "An Act to provide for refunding stamp taxes paid under the Act of June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, upon foreign bills of exchange drawn between July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and one, against the value of products or merchandise actually exported to foreign countries and authorizing rebate of duties on anthracite coal imported into the United States from October sixth, nineteen hun
Vol. 33, p. 590. dred and two, to January fifteenth, nineteen hundred and three, and for other purposes," approved February first, nineteen hundred and nine, be, and is hereby, extended to December first, nineteen hundred and ten.
Bristol, Connecticut, post-office: For continuation of building under Bristol, Conn. present limit, six thousand dollars.
Youngstown, Ohio, post-office and United States court room: To Youngstown, Ohio. complete building, three thousand five hundred dollars.
Inspectors of furniture and other furnishings: For actual necessary traveling expenses of the inspector and assistant inspector of ture
Vol.35, p. 967. furniture, in addition to the amount authorized by the sundry civil
Inspectors of furni.