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James D. Elliott.
Services,

To pay James D. Elliott for services performed as United States district attorney for the district of South Dakota, from July eleventh, nineteen hundred and six, to March. fourth, nineteen hundred and seven, two thousand five hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety

nine cents. Vational Training School for Boys.

National Training School for Boys, District of Columbia: For support of inmates, including the same objects specified under this head

in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen Equipment of shop. hundred and ten, three thousand dollars. The appropriation of five

thousand dollars made in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, for construction of a shop building for the National Training School for Boys is hereby made also available for equipment of said building.

Department of Commerce and Labor.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR.

Contingentexpenses. Contingent expenses: To supply deficiencies in the appropriation

for contingent expenses, Department of Commerce and Labor, including all objects of expenditure specified under this head in the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, seven thousand dollars.

Light-House Establishment.

LIGHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT.

Repairs, etc.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for repairs and incidental expenses of light-houses, including all objects of expenditure specified under this head in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Thimble Shoal light station, Virginia: For the reestablishment of the light and fog-signal station marking Thimble Shoal, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, sixty-eight thousand dollars.

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BUREAU OF LIGHT-HOUSES.

Salaries.
Ante, p. 537.

Salaries, Bureau of Light-Houses: Commissioner, five thousand dollars; deputy commissioner, four thousand dollars; chief constructing engineer, four thousand dollars; and superintendent of naval construction, three thousand dollars; in all, sixteen thousand dollars, to

continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven. Bureau of Immigra

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION. tion and Naturalization.

Immigration Commission.

The papers, records, and files then remaining of the commission Custody of files. commonly known as the Immigration Commission provided for in Vol. 34, p. 909.

section thirty-nine of the Act of February twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, shall be turned over to and become a part of the files of the Department of Commerce and Labor on the expiration of the

existence of said commission, as now provided for by law. Immigration ex

Expenses of regulating immigration: To supply a deficiency in the annual appropriation for the expenses of regulating immigration for

the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, and Angel Island station, to complete the equipment of the immigrant station at Angel Island,

California, one hundred and forty thousand dollars.

For the construction of immigration station at Boston, Massachusetts, authorized in the Act approved February twenty-third, nine

teen hundred and nine, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. San Francisco, Cal.

Immigrant station, San Francisco, California: For the construction of additional buildings, additions to the present buildings, and for the

penses.

(al.

Vol. 34, p. 710.

Boston, Mass., station.

Vol. 35, p. 613.

Additional build. ings, etc.

Ellis Island station,

John J. Cannon and

others.

repair of the wharf or the construction of a new wharf at the immigrant station, Angel Island, California, seventy-five thousand dollars.

For dredging channels to landings at and construction of a break- n. Y. water to protect the landing on the north side of Ellis Island, New Dredging, etc. York Harbor, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, fifty thousand dollars.

Payment to John J. Cannon and Benjamin Smith: To pay John J. Benjamin Smith, Cannon five hundred dollars and Benjamin Smith seven hundred and Informers' fees. fifty dollars; in all, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, the payment to Cannon being one-half of a penalty collected from Joseph Benn and Sons, of Graystone, Rhode Island, for violation of the alien contract-labor law, for information furnished by him, and the payment to Smith being for information given by him leading to the collection of an additional penalty of three thousand dollars from the said firm for violation of the same law.

Payment of fees to Rafael Chapa and others: To enable the Secre Rafael Chapa and tary of Commerce and Labor to pay to Rafael Chapa, Juan C. Gonzales, Payment to, for deand Eduardo Trevino, who were detained at Eagle Pass, Texas, from tention. August twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and eight, to April fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, in order that they might be used as witnesses in a prosecution arising under the immigration laws, a fee of one dollar per diem each for the time actually detained, six hundred and sixty-three dollars.

Payment to R. L. Reid: For payment of attorney's fees to R. L. Reid, King's counsel, Vancouver, British Columbia, in connection with the deportation of Lee San, a Chinese person, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, one hundred and fifty dollars.

Payment to José de Olivares: For payment for printing and binding Pasenden o livares. two hundred copies of a special edition of the Commercial Index of Western Nicaragua for nineteen hundred and nine, thirteen dollars and sixty-nine cents.

Refund to Judson S. Walter: For refund to Judson S. Walter, deputy collector of customs at Anclote Station, Florida, of the amount paid by him in connection with making several arrests for violation of the Act approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred and six (Thirtyfourth Statutes, page three hundred and thirteen), twenty-one dollars.

R. L. Reid.
Payment to.

Judson S. Walter.
Refund to.
Vol. 34, p. 313.

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

Bureau of Standards,

To enable the Bureau of Standards to complete collecting informa- Weights and menstion relative to the weights and measures used in trade and to aid state sealers and other officers in adopting standard practice as to the establishment of tolerances, methods of inspection and sealing, and other technical details necessary to insure correct weights and measures in commerce and trade, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, ten thousand dollars.

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Post-Office Department.

Arthur M. Travers.
Extra services.

Books, etc.

To pay Arthur M. Travers, chief clerk, office of the Third Assistant Postmaster-General, for extra services rendered, one thousand dollars.

An expenditure of not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars for law books, books of reference, railway guides, city directories, and books necessary to conduct the business of the department, is authorized to be made during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, out of the appropriation for miscellaneous items for the Post-Office Department for said fiscal year.

Postal service.

OUT OF THE POSTAL REVENUES.

Balances due foreign countries.

and wrappers.

For balances due foreign countries on account of fiscal years, as follows:

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, two hundred and eighty thousand dollars.

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, two hundred and

fifty-nine thousand dollars. Stamps.

For the manufacture of adhesive postage stamps, special-delivery

stamps, and books of stamps, fifteen thousand dollars. Stamped envelopes For the manufacture of stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers,

one hundred and ten thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the Auditor for the Post-Office Department and certified in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and nine, of the present session, as follows:

Compensation to postmasters: For amount to reimburse the postal revenue of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, being the amount retained by postmasters in excess of the appropriation, three hundred and eighteen thousand six hundred and fifty-one dollars

and forty-three cents. Postmarking, etc., For postmarking, rating, and money-order stamps, fiscal year

nineteen hundred and nine, fourteen dollars and twenty-six cents. Special delivery

Special Delivery Service, fees to messengers: For amount to reimburse the postal revenue of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, being the amount retained by postmasters in excess of the appropria

tion, one dollar and thirty-six cents. People's Gas and Electric Company.

To pay the People's Gas and Electric Company, of Burlington, Iowa, for services rendered in collecting and carrying mail in boxes affixed to its cars from July first, nineteen hundred and seven, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, five hundred and forty dollars.

Postmasters.
Pay.

stamps.

fees.

Street-car service.

Legislative,

LEGISLATIVE.

Senate.

SENATE.

William B. Allison.

Payment tonephews and nieces.

Anselm J. McLaurin.
Payment to widow.

Martin N. Johnson.
Payment to widow.

Thomas W. Keller.
Additional pay.

To pay John Allison, James E. Allison, Anna Allison, Mary Allison, Janet Allison, John Milton Allison, and William B. Allison, nephews and nieces, respectively, of Honorable William B. Allison, late a Senator from the State of Iowa, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay Laura E. McLaurin, widow of Honorable Anselm J. McLaurin, late a Senator from the State of Mississippi, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay Stella W. Johnson, widow of Honorable Martin N. Johnson, late a Senator from the State of North Dakota, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

For additional amount to pay Thomas W. Keller for services while acting as Acting Assistant Doorkeeper of the Senate from December fourth, nineteen hundred and eight, to December sixth, nineteen hundred and nine, one thousand one hundred and sixty-one dollars and sixty cents.

Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms: For attendant in charge of bathing ottice Building bath- rooms of the Senate Office Building from June first, nineteen hundred

and ten, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, at the rate of one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars.

For additional amount to pay the clerk to the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate a salary of two thousand five hundred dollars for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, five hundred dollars.

For additional amount to pay James F. Edwards, a Senate messenger, a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, three hundred and sixty dollars.

Sergeant-at-Arms.
Attendant Senate

ing rooms,

Clerk to sergeant-atArms.

Additional pay.

James F. Edwards.
Additional pay.

Assistant clerk,

Robert W. Farrar.
Services.

Dennis M.Kerr.
Services.

Pitman Pulsiier.
Navy Yearbook,

John H. Walker.
Services.

F.C. Croxton,
Services.

Edward T. Clark.
Services.

J. H. Jones.
Services,

Services,

L. C. Drapeau.

For additional amount to pay the assistant clerk to the Committee Committee on Cuban

Relations. on Cuban Relations a salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, three hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay Robert W. Farrar for indexing and extra services as clerk to the Committee on Pensions, Sixty-first Congress, first and second Sessions, one thousand dollars.

To pay Dennis M. Kerr for services as assistant clerk by detail to the Committee on Pensions, Sixty-first Congress, first and second sessions, one thousand two hundred dollars.

To pay Pitman Pulsifer for preparing the Navy Yearbook for the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, one thousand dollars. To pay

John H. Walker, clerk to the Committee on the District of Columbia, for extra services in compiling, indexing, and superintending the publication of documents and books printed by the committee, one thousand five hundred dollars. To pay

F. C. Croxton for services as statistician of the Select Committee on Wages and Prices of Commodities, one thousand two hundred dollars.

To pay Edward T. Clark for extra services as secretary of the Select Committee on Wages and Prices of Commodities, six hundred dollars.

To pay J. H. Jones for extra services in the care of the Senate chronometer and for work in connection therewith, for the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, one hundred dollars.

To pay Thomas P. Littlepage for services performed for the Com- Thomas P. Little mittee on Appropriations in connection with the secret-service inves- pager tigation, from January sixteenth to March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, three hundred dollars. To pay Leonard Underwood for extra services as clerk to the Com- Leonard Underwood.

Services. mittee on Enrolled Bills, three hundred dollars. To pay L. C. Drapeau for reporting hearings before the Committee

Reporting. on Interoceanic Canals, the Committee on Naval Affairs, and the Committee on Manufactures, three hundred and sixty-four printed pages, at one dollar and twenty-five cents, four hundred and fiftyfive dollars. To pay C. P. Schenck for stenographic services in reporting hear- C.P. Schenck,

Reporting. ings before the Committees on Civil Service and Retrenchment and Interstate Commerce, seventy-five dollars.

To pay John L. Steele for indexing and extra services as clerk to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, Sixtieth Congress, first session, and Sixty-first Congress, second session, five hundred dollars.

To pay L. H. Landsittel for clerical services rendered as assistant in indexing and for other extra services as such assistant to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, Sixtieth Congress, second session, and Sixty-first Congress, second session, two hundred and fifty dollars. To pay Charles M. Morris for preparing, compiling, and indexing Tariff compilation.

Charles M. Morris. “Tariff Acts passed by the Congress of the United States from seventeen hundred and eighty-nine to nineteen hundred and nine," as authorized and directed by concurrent resolution of August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, five hundred dollars.

To pay Lee F. Warner, clerk of the Committee on Indian Affairs of the Senate, for services in connection with securing the witnesses in the investigation made by said committee under authority of Senate Resolution Two hundred and sixty-three, and for compiling and indexing the testimony of such investigation, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To enable the Committee on Claims to prepare a record and index Private claims. of private claims brought before the Senate during the Fifty-ninth and index of, 59th and Sixtieth Congresses, one thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid upon vouchers approved

John L. Steele. Services.

L. H. Landsittel.
Services.

Lee F. Warner.
Services,

and 60th Congresses.

G. F. Snyder.
Services.

J. W. Fenton, jr.
Services.

Ansel Wold.
Services.

Official reporters.
Extra services.

John W. Evans.
Services.

tion, etc.

by the chairman of the committee; and said sum or any part thereof, in the discretion of the chairman, may be paid as additional compensation to any officer or employee of the United States, and shall con

tinue to be available during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, Printing authorized. nineteen hundred and twelve. Said record and index shall be com

pleted and presented to the Senate on the first day of the first regular session of the Sixty-second Congress, and the usual number of copies shall be printed and ready for distribution on said date.

To pay G. F. Snyder for extra services to the Committee on Interstate Commerce, one thousand dollars.

To pay J. W. Fenton, junior, for extra services to the Committee on Interstate Commerce, five hundred dollars. To

pay Ansel Wold for extra services rendered in connection with the printing of the Court of Commerce bill, five hundred dollars.

To reimburse the official reporters of the proceedings and debates of the Senate for expenses incurred during the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, for clerk hire and other extra clerical services,

four thousand seven hundred and forty dollars. Vorris P. Taylor, H. R. Shoemaker, and H. Shoemaker, and H. R. Howser, junior, employees in charge of the

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay Norris P. Taylor, H. R. Extra month s pay. automobiles running between the Capitol and Senate Office Building,

for extra services during the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation now paid them.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay John W. Evans, employed in connection with the Senate Office Building, for extra services during the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, a sum

equal to one month's pay at the compensation now being paid him. F. H. Wakefield. History of legisla: the Senate in the first and second sessions of the Sixty-first Congress

To pay F. H. Wakefield for preparing the history of legislation for and for extra services in carrying out and tracing the notification plan to the members of the Senate heretofore and hereafter to be rendered during the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, one thousand

two hundred and fifty dollars. Investigation of Interior Departmentand

Authority is hereby granted to pay, on the approval of the chair

man, additional compensation to not exceeding six employees of employees of a.com. Congress, and in the aggregate not exceeding one thousand dollars,

for extra service rendered the Joint Committee to Investigate the

Intericr Department and Forestry Bureau. Folding.

For additional amount for folding speeches and pamphlets, at a rate not exceeding one dollar per thousand, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, five thousand dollars.

The unexpended balance of the appropriation for repairs of the Maltby Building for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten is hereby made available for use during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and

eleven. Commission The joint commission authorized in the urgent deficiency appro

priation Act approved August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, to inquire into the rates of premiums charged and proposed to be charged by surety or bonding companies for bonds of officers or employees of the United States is continued, with authority to report to Congress by bill or otherwise, until the close of the last session of the present Congress.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate and the clerk of the House of Representatives to pay to the officers and employees of the Senate and House bome on the annual and session rolls on the thirty-first day of May, nineteen hundred and ten, including the Capitol police, the official reporters of the Senate and House, and W. A. Smith, Congressional Record clerk, for extra services during the second session of the Sixty-first Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation then paid them by law, the same to be immediately available.

Forest Service. mittee.

Post, p. 871.

Building,

Maltby repairs.

on bonding charges continued.

Public Laws, 1st sess., p. 126.

Extra month's pay to Congressional employees.

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