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Furniture and repairs.

Vol. 35, p. 967.

Frank E. Gore.
Refund to.

Pittsburg, Pa.
Payment for water.

act, approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, one thousand dollars.

Furniture and repairs of same: To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to provide the furniture equipment for a number of the larger public buildings, including the new buildings at Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; Saint Louis, Missouri; and Atlanta, Georgia, the cost of said equipment being included in the current appropriation, but for which the necessary data can not be ascertained and the schedules prepared in their entirety before the close of the fiscal year, the unexpended balance of the appropriation for "Furniture and repairs of same for public buildings, nineteen hundred and ten," is hereby continued and made available for expenditure for the purposes stated during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven.

Refund to Frank E. Gore: To refund to Frank E. Gore, of New York City, the loss sustained by him in connection with the removal of old boilers from the appraisers' warehouse in New York City, for which the said Frank E. Gore had a contract, but was unable to accomplish the work under contract stipulations, due to necessary delays incident to the protection of the interests of the Government, three hundred dollars.

Authority is granted to pay from the appropriation for "Repairs and preservation of public buildings, nineteen hundred and nine, the sum of four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and forty-three cents to the city of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, for water furnished for the use of the buildings on the site acquired at that point for the new post-office, from April first, nineteen hundred and eight, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine.

Post-office, Mason City, Iowa: For payment to the city of Mason City, Iowa, for an irrevocable license for the use by the Government in perpetuity of the city sewer on Michigan street in connection with the drainage of the post-office building, in addition to the unexpended balance of thirty-three dollars and seven cents now standing to the credit of the building appropriation, which is authorized to be used for this purpose, ninety-eight dollars and ninety-three cents.

Toward amounts requisite for public buildings, authorized under the provisions of an Act entitled “An Act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the enlargement, extension, remodeling or improvement of certain public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, and for other purposes," passed at the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, namely:

Under the provisions and limitations of section thirty of said Act, as follows:

Washington, District of Columbia, post-oflice, thirty thousand dollars.

Under the provisions and limitations of section thirty-one of said Act, as follows:

Washington, District of Columbia, Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce and Labor, thirty thousand dollars.

Mason City, Iowa.
Sewer license.

Washington, D. C., post-office.

Ante, p. 698

New Department buildings.

Ante, p. 698.

COLLECTING INTERNAL REVENUE.

Internal revenue.
Corporation tax.

sess., p. 112.

The Cominissioner of Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Expenses of collec- Secretary of the Treasury, is authorized out of the appropriation Public Laws, 1st made for the purpose of carrying into effect section thirty-eight of

the tariff Act of August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, and out of the balance of the appropriation for that purpose for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, which balance is hereby reappropriated and made available

for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, to employ such additional force of internal-revenue agents, inspectors, deputy collectors, clerks, laborers, and other assistants as he may deem proper and necessary to the prompt operation and enforcement of said section thirty-eight.

CUSTOMS SERVICE.

Customs service.

Collecting revenue.
R.S., sec. 3687, p. 724.

Automatic scales.

To defray the expenses of collecting the revenue from customs, being additional to the permanent appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Scales for customs service: For construction and installation of special automatic and recording scales for weighing merchandise, and so forth, in connection with imports at the various ports of entry under direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, twenty-four thousand dollars, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven. The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to provide and bouration vessels

Motor boats, etc., for operate during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven such motor boats, sail boats, and row boats, and employ such persons as shall be necessary for the use of the proper customs officials in boarding vessels and the counting of passengers on excursion boats, and to assist in the enforcement of the laws relating to the navigation and inspection of vessels and for the better detection of frauds, and to defray the expenses thereof, not to exceed fifteen thousand dollars, from the permanent annual appropriation to defray expenses of collecting the revenue from customs.

The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to pay, out of the appropriation for collecting customs, the expenses incurred on account Payment for burial of funeral and burial of Deputy Collector John Donaldson and expenses of, etc. Inspector Robert E. Hinde and loss of property incident to their drowning near Shafter, Texas, August fourteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, while in the discharge of their duty as employees of the customs service of the Treasury, not to exceed five hundred and nine dollars and sixty cents.

To refund to Samuel L. Barnhart, of Saint Lawrence County, New besamuel L. BarnYork, duties collected from him on two shipments of cheese made on his account in nineteen hundred and seven, and which were erroneously billed from Cornwall, Ontario, six hundred and thirty-nine dollars and forty-eight cents.

John Donaldson and Robert E. Hinde.

Refund of duties.

PUBLIC HEALTH AND MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE.

Public Health and Marine-Hospital Serv. ice.

Marine hospital

Authority is hereby granted to use the sum of ten thousand dollars Pittsburg, Pa. of the amount provided by the sundry civil act of March fourth, equipment. nineteen hundred and nine, for "fuel, light, and water,” for the Vol. 35, p. 969. items as follows: Three thousand dollars “for purveying depot, purchase of medical, surgical, and hospital supplies," and seven thousand dollars "for furniture and repairs to same,” to be used to purchase furniture and supplies necessary to equip and open the new marine hospital at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

UNDER SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.

Smithsonian Institution.

Tuberculosis Con. penses.

Vol. 35, p. 479.

Not exceeding ten thousand nine hundred dollars of the unexpended balance of the appropriation of forty thousand dollars for "allowance for expreparing the new National Museum building for the International Congress on Tuberculosis in nineteen hundred and eight is hereby reappropriated and made available for payment of expenses incurred on account of said congress by the general committee on the International Congress on Tuberculosis.

National Museum. Completing build. ing, walks, etc.

For the completion of the new building of the United States National Museum and its surroundings, namely, the construction of roads and walks, grading and sodding, construction of a waterproof granolithic platform along the outer walls of the building, and the painting of the interior walls of the building, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, seventyseven thousand dollars.

Out of the unexpended balance of the appropriation for "Preservation of collections, National Museum,” for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten not exceeding the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars is authorized to be expended during the fiscal years ninetoen hundred and ten and nineteen hundred and eleven for purchase and installation of an apparatus for the manufacture of ice for use of the National Museum.

Ice machine.

Interstate Com merce Commission.

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.

Railway employees' arbitration.

Vol. 30, p. 424.

To carry out the objects of the "Act concerning carrier's engaged in interstate commerce and their employees," approved June first, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Territories.

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS.

Hawaii.
Salaries.
Ante, p.448.

Salaries, governor, and so forth, Territory of Hawaii: To pay the increased salaries of the governor, secretary, chief justice, and two associate justices, Territory of Hawaii, as provided in section eight of the Act approved May twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and ten (Public Numbered One hundred and ninety-two), for the fiscal years, as follows:

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, four hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty-one cents;

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, four thousand five hundred dollars; in all, four thousand nine hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty-one cents.

For judges of circuit courts, at four thousand dollars each instead of three thousand dollars each, so much as may be necessary for the remainder of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten and for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

District of Colum. bia.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Coroner's office.
Deputy:

Plumbing tions.

etc., for tax bills.

CORONER'S OFFICE: For amount required to pay the deputy coroner for services during the absence of the coroner, fiscal year nineteen

hundred and ten, two hundred and twenty dollars. regula CONTINGENT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES: Reimbursement for

plumbing regulations: For amount required to reimburse appropriation miscellaneous trust fund deposits, District of Columbia, for printing plumbing regulations, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, one

hundred and twenty dollars and eighty-eight cents. Book typewriters, For amount required for the purchase of book typewriters and other

necessary supplies required for the preparation of tax ledgers and tax bills, two thousand dollars.

Postage: The expenditure of the sum of one thousand dollars from the appropriation for “Emergency fund, District of Columbia, nineteen hundred and ten," for postage for official mail matter is hereby

authorized. Judicial expenses. Judicial expenses: For additional amount required to meet the

objects set forth in the appropriation for judicial expenses:

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, twenty dollars.

Postage.

Advertising.

Damages.

County roads.

Coroner's office: For additional amount required to meet the objects Coroner's office. set forth in the appropriation for coroner's office:

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, one hundred and sixty-nine dollars and twenty-five cents.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, five dollars.

General advertising: For additional amount required for general advertising, authorized and required by law, and for school and tax notices, and notices of changes in regulations:

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, three hundred and sixty dollars.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, forty-two dollars and seventy-five cents.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, seventy-nine dollars and ninety-five cents.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, fourteen dollars and forty cents.

Damages: For amount required for payment of damages, fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, two hundred and fifty dollars.

Printing Police Regulations: For printing and binding the Police Police Regulations. Regulations of the District of Columbia, for distribution to the officials of the government of the District of Columbia and the judiciary, as the commissioners of said District shall determine, three hundred dollars. IMPROVEMENTS AND REPAIRS: Repairs to county roads: For addi

Repairs. tional amount required for current work of repairs of county roads and suburban streets, fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, ninetynine dollars.

Nichols avenue, Anacostia: For additional amount required to grade and improve same, fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, four dollars.

Condemnation: For additional amount required for purchase or condemnation of streets, roads, and alleys, fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, seventy-six dollars and fifty cents.

Assessment and permit work: For additional amount required for assessment and permit work, fiscal year nineteen hundred and six, twenty-one dollars and eighty-seven cents.

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorized to pay from the appropriation for assessment and permit work, fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, the sums due by reason of the cancellation of certain special assessments and refunds of the principal thereof, as set forth in equity cause numbered twenty-six thousand six hundred and twenty-nine (Frank Pitzer and others against District of Columbia), and on page thirteen of House Document Numbered Nine hundred and nine of this session, amounting in all to fifteen dollars and seventy-three cents.

EXTENSION OF STREETS AND AVENUES: For additional amount Extension of streets, required to provide the necessary funds for the payment of costs and expenses of condemnation proceedings, taken pursuant to the following public Acts, to be paid wholly from the revenues of the District of Columbia:

“An Act for the extension of Albemarle street northwest, District of Columbia," approved March second, nineteen hundred and seven, three hundred and twenty-nine dollars and seventy cents;

“An Act for the widening of a section of Columbia road, east of Sixteenth street," approved January ninth, nineteen hundred and seven, two dollars and fifty-five cents;

"An Act for the extension of Harvard street, Columbia Heights, District of Columbia,” approved January twenty-second, nineteen hundred and seven, sixty dollars;

Condemnation.

Assessment and permit work.

Refund of special assessments.

etc.

Albemarle street NW.

Vol. 31, p. 1225.

Columbia road NW.
Vol. 34, p. 844.

Harvard street NW.
Vol. 34, p. 856.

Kenyon street NW.
Vol. 34, p. 856.

Secondand Wstreets NW.

Vol. 34, p. 845.

T street NW.
Vol. 34. P, 1001.

Nineteenth street NW.

Vol. 33, p. 1007.

NW.

Vol. 33, p. 252.

Park highways.
Vol. 33, p. 522.

M street NE.
Vol. 33, p. 977.

Piney Branch parkway.

"An Act for the extension of Kenyon street northwest," approved January twenty-second, nineteen hundred and seven, ten dollars and sixty cents;

"An Act authorizing the extension of Second street northwest, from Elm street north to Bryant street; of W street from its present terminus west of Flagler place to Second street; and of W street west of Second street eastwardly to Second street,” approved January ninth, nineteen hundred and seven, five hundred and sixty-seven dollars;

"An Act authorizing the extension of T street (formerly W street) northwest," approved February twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and seven, ninety-eight dollars and sixty-five cents;

"An Act for the extension of Nineteenth street from Woodley road to Baltimore street," approved March third, nineteen hundred

and five, sixty-two dollars and ten cents; Twenty-third street "An Act for the extension of Twenty-third street from S street to

California avenue," approved April twenty-second, nineteen hundred and four, fifty-five dollars and twenty cents;

“An Act for the opening of connecting highways on the east and west sides of the Zoological Park, District of Columbia," approved April twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and four, seventy-three dollars and eighty cents;

"An Act for the extension of M street east of Bladensburg road, and for other purposes," approved March third, nineteen hundred and five, sixty-three dollars; in all, one thousand three hundred and twenty-two dollars and sixty cents.

Connecting Sixteenth street with Rock Creek Park: For additional Vol. 34, p. 1000.

amount required for the costs and expenses of condemnation proceedings taken pursuant to the public Act approved February twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and seven, entitled “An Act for the opening of a connecting park way along Piney Branch, between Sixteenth street and Rock Creek Park, District of Columbia," fifteen dollars.

Purchase of land, government reservations: For additional amount Condemnation ex. required to meet the costs and expenses of condemnation proceedings,

taken pursuant to section two of the Act of June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, entitled “An Act to increase the cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, and for other purposes,” payable wholly from the revenues of the United States, forty cents.

SEWERS: For additional amount required to pay the expenses of purchase or condemnation of rights of way for construction, maintenance, and repair of public sewers, fiscal year nineteen hundred

and eight, one hundred and twenty dollars. Cleaning and repair For additional amount required for cleaning and repairing sewers

and basins, fiscal year nineteen hundred and six, eight dollars and sixty-four cents.

For cleaning and repairing sewers and basins, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, ten thousand dollars.

ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT: For additional amount required to meet the objects set forth in appropriation for general supplies, fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, one hundred and eighty-eight dollars and fifty-nine cents.

That so much as may be necessary of the unexpended balance of Tarife of appro- the appropriation for electric arc lighting, fiscal year nineteen hundred

and nine, not to exceed four thousand eight hundred and cightythree dollars and eighty-six cents, is made available for illuminating material, lighting, extinguishing, repairing, and cleaning public

Land for tions.

reserva

penses.

Vol. 34, p. 787.

Sewers.
Rights of way.

ing.

lepart

Electrical ment.

Supplies.

Lighting.

Vol. 35, p. 288.

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