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Thomas W. Palmer.
Reimbursement.

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Delivery of original typewritten or written manuscript of such work, all illustrations, diareport, etc.

grams, and plans incorporated in such work, and all plates and negatives of photographs taken therefor in the hands of the Director General shall be by him deposited with the Joint Committee on Printing.

For the entire reimbursement of Thomas W. Palmer, for moneys paid

by him for labor and expenses incurred in the preparation of a final Vol. 26, p. 64. report as President of the World's Columbian Commission, as required Post, p. 270. by section thirteen of an Act to provide for celebrating the four hun

dredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, approved April twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and ninety, one thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight dollars and thirty-five

cents. Collecting customs COLLECTING THE REVENUE FROM CUSTOMS: 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 thir

tieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, eighty-five thousand dollars. Revenue-Cutter Service.

REVENUE-CUTTER SERVICE: To supply deficiency for pay of officers Pay of officers. “ Permanent waiting orders list” for the fiscal year eighteen hun

dred and ninety-six, as follows: Nine captains, at one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; six first lieutenants, at nine hundred dollars each; two second lieutenants, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; one third lieutenant, at six hundred dollars; twelve chief engineers, at nine hundred dollars each; six first assistant engineers, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; three second assistant engineers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, thirty-five thousand eight

hundred and fifty dollars. Life-Saving Service. LIFE-SAVING SERVICE: Authority is hereby granted the Secretary Commutation to otti; of the Treasury to pay for commutation of quarters for officers of the

Revenue-Cutter Service detailed for duty in the Life-Saving Service the sum of five thousand one hundred and sixty dollars, or so much thereof as may be required, the same to be paid from the regular annual appropriation for the Life-Saving Service for the fiscal year eighteen

hundred and ninety-six. National Academy

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES: To reimburse the National Reimbursement. Academy of Sciences for expenses incurred in doing certain work in Vol. 28, p. 102.

accordance with the Act of Congress approved July twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, to define and establish the units of electrical

measure, sixty-nine dollars. “Hector."

FISHING BOAT HECTOR: To compensate Robert E. Ellis and Francis Compensation to

A. Ellis, owners of the fishing boat Hector, from Chatham, Massachusetts, for damages sustained in consequence of a collision with the Coast Survey steamer Blake on August twentieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Service.

of Sciences.

owners.

District of Columbia.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

penses.

Sealer of weights OFFICE OF SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES: For the following and measures.

from March sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to June thirtieth, Salarios and ex. eighteen hundred and ninety-six, inclusive, namely: Sealer of weights

and measures, at the rate of two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; assistant sealer of weights and measures, at the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum; laborer, at the rate of twenty dollars per month; in all, five thousand two hundred and nine dollars.

For livery of horse, horseshoeing, stationery, and other necessary items, for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninetysix, three hundred and sixty dollars.

For horse, wagon, harness, office rent, furniture, stationery, and other necessary items, for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and

ninety-five, four hundred and eighteen dollars. Defending suits in

DEFENDING SUITS IN COURT OF CLAIMS: For necessary expenses in Court of Claims.

examination of witnesses and procuring evidence and defending suits

New truck.

against the District of Columbia in the Court of Claims, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, two thousand dollars. FIRE DEPARTMENT: For the force necessary to operate Truck D for

Fire department. the period beginning February first and ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, namely:

One foreman at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum; one tillerman at the rate of eight hundred and forty dollars per annum; one hostler at the rate of eight hundred and forty dollars per annum, and nine privates at the rate of eight hundred dollars per annum each; in all, three thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars and thirty cents.

SUPPORT OF CONVICTS: For support, maintenance, and transporta. Support of convicts. tion of convicts transferred from the District of Columbia, on account of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney General, twenty-two thousand three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and twenty one cents.

That one-half of the foregoing amounts to meet deficiencies in the appropriations on account of the District of Columbia shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and one-half from any money in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

War Department.

New York Harbor.
Crew of new tug.
Vol. 28, p. 951,

Chickamauga and

Current work.
Vol. 28, p. 595.

Proviso,
Restriction of mon-

HARBOR OF NEW YORK: Not exceeding six thousand dollars of the unexpended balance of the sum of forty-five thousand dollars appropriated in the sundry civil appropriation Act approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, for the purchase or construction of a steam tug for service in the prevention of obstructive and injurious deposits within the barbor and adjacent waters of New York City, may be used for the pay of crew and maintenance of said steam tug during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six.

CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL PARK: That the unexpended balance of the appropriation made by the Act approved Parkt

Chattanooga National December fifteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, for the expenses of the Government's participation in the dedication of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park, is hereby made available for the current work of establishing said park: Provided, That no monuments or memorials shall be erected upon any lands of the park, or remain upon umeuts. any lands which may be purchased for the park, except upon ground actually occupied in the course of the battle by troops of the State which the proposed monuments are intended to commemorate, except upon those sections of the park set apart for memorials to troops which were engaged in the campaigns, but operated outside of the legal limits of the park; and the regulations of the commissioners of the park, as approved by the Secretary of War, promulgated December fourteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, are hereby affirmed. ENGINEER DEPARTMENT: For continuing improvement of harbor

Engineer Depart. at Galveston, Texas, three hundred thousand dollars.

Galveston, Tex. To open Jupiter Inlet, in Florida, for the passage of boats and small Jupiter Inlet, Fla. vessels, to be expended under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, five hundred dollars.

PAY OF THE ARMY: For pay of officers of the line, thirteen thou- Army pay. sand one hundred and seventy-six dollars and fifty-six cents; pay to officers for length of service, to be paid with current monthly pay, three thousand five hundred and sixty-five dollars and eleven cents; pay to officers, general staff, seven thousand seven hundred and six dollars and fifty-nine cents; pay to officers for length of service, to be paid with current monthly pay, one thousand five hundred and eight dollars and thirty-two cents; pay of retired officers, seven thousand and tifteen dollars and eighty-six cents; pay of retired officers for length of service, to be paid with current monthly pay, one thousand five hundred and sixteen dollars and thirty-five cents; commutation of quarters to commissioned officers on duty without troops, and so forth, one hundred

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and sixty-two dollars; pay of enlisted men, thirteen thousand and forty-three dollars and sixty-two cents; all being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five; in all, forty-seven thou.

sand six hundred and ninety-four dollars and forty-one cents. Purchase of horses. HORSES FOR CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY: Purchase of horses for the

cavalry and artillery and for the Indian scouts, and for such infantry and members of the hospital corps in field campaigns as may be required

to be mounted, and the expenses incident thereto, twenty-five thousand Proviso.

dollars: Provided, That the number of horses purchased under this Limit.

appropriation, added to the number on hand, shall not at any time exceed the number of enlisted men and Indian scouts in the mounted service, and that no part of this appropriation shall be paid out for horses not purchased by contract after competitiou duly invited by the Quartermaster's Department and an inspection by such Department,

all under the direction and authority of the Secretary of War. Military Academy. PAY OF MILITARY ACADEMY: For one first sergeant, difference in Pay of sergeant.

pay between a sergeant and first sergeant for one year, eighty-four

dollars. State and Territorial STATE AND TERRITORIAL HOMES: For continuing aid to State or Vol. 25, p. 450.

Territorial Homes for the support of disabled volunteer soldiers, in

conformity with the Act approved August twenty-seventh, eighteen Proriso.

hundred and eighty-eight: Provided, That one-half of any sum or sums Deductions.

retained by State Homes on account of pensions received by the inmates shall be deducted from the aid herein provided for, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, eighteen thousand

seven hundred and ninety-nine dollars and seventy-four cents. Arrears of pay. BACK PAY AND BOUNTY: For payment of amounts for arrears of

pay of two and three year volunteers that may be certified to be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury during the tiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, seventy-five thousand dollars.

Homes.

Navy Department.

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Naval Academy.
Board of Visitors.

NAVAL ACADEMY: For expenses of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hun

dred and ninety-tive, eight hundred and ten dollars and fifty-six cents. Dry dock, New NAVI-YARD AT BROOKLYN, NEW YORK: For completion of dry

dock numbered three, fifty thousand dollars.

NAVAL WAR COLLEGE AND TORPEDO SCHOOL, COASTERS HARland. Repairs.

BOR ISLAND, RHODE ISLAND: For repairs to roof of college building, two thousand dollars.

York.

Coasters Harbor Is.

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INCREASE OF THE NAVY. EQUIPMENT: Toward the completion of the equipment outfit of the new vessels heretofore authorized by Congress, fifty thousand dollars.

tal for the Insane.

Interior Depart.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. ment. Capitol.

FOR THE CAPITOL: For work at Capitol, and for general repairs Repairs, etc.

thereof, including wages of mechanics and laborers, nine thousand dol

lars. Government Hospi. GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE: For completing electric Electric plant.

plant for lighting and ventilating, nineteen thousand three hundred

and forty-nine dollars and sixty-four cents. Geological Survey. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: For chemical and physical researches relat

ing to the geology of the United States, one thousand five hundred

dollars. Rent.

For the renting of additional rooms for the use of the engraving and printing division of the Geological Survey for a period of four months,

beginning with the first day of March, four hundred dollars. Public lands. Commissioners

CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN MINERAL LANDS IN MONTANA AND classify minerallands, IDAHO: For compensation of the twelve commissioners appointed under Vol. 28, p. 683.

the Act of February twenty sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five,

to

25, p644.

mission.

Vol. 27, p. 633.

to examine and classify certain lands within the land grant and indempity land grant limits of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, in the States of Montana and Idaho, with special reference to the mineral or von mineral character of such lands, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For publication of the monthly reports filed by said commissioners Reports, etc. in the office of the register and receiver of the Bozeman, Helena, and Missoula land districts, in the State of Montana, and the Cour d'Alene land district, in the State of Idaho; and for the expenses pertaining to hearings ordered by and conducted before said registers and receivers, six thousand dollars;

For the payment of stenographers employed by said commissioners when authorized by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, for the purpose of reducing testimony to writing in cases where it is necessary to examine witnesses in order to establish the character of lands examined by said commissioners, five hundred dollars; in all, twenty thousand dollars. SURVEYING AND ALLOTTING FOR CHIPPEWAS IN MINNESOTA: For Chippewas, Minn.

Survey of pino completing the necessary surveys within the Chippewa Indian Reserva- lands, etc. tion in Minnesota, including, expenses of examining and appraising Ante,...

p17 pine lands, under the provisions of the act approved January fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, to be reimbursed to the United States out of the proceeds of their lands, tive thousand dollars.

, COMMISSION, PUYALLUP RESERVATION (REIMBURSABLE): For con- Puyallup Reservatinuing the work of the Puyallup Indian Commission appointed under "Expenses of com- , the Act of March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-three (twenty. six Statutes at Large, six hundred and twelve), to select and appraise Post, p. 341. such portions of the allotted lands within the Puyallup Indian Reservation, Washington, as are not required for homes for the Indian allottees; and also that part of the agency tract, exclusive of the burying ground, not needed for school purposes, and for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said Commission, the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars, to be available until expended, and to be reimbursed to the United States out of the proceeds of the sale of the agency tract and allotted lands, as provided in said Act.

PAYMENT FOR SURVEYS OF PUBLIC LANDS: To pay F. W. Pettigrew Surveying publio for surveys executed by him and approved by the Commissioner of the F. W. Pettigrew. General Land Office in excess of the limit allowed by his contract, mumbered one hundred, in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, three huudred dollars and eighty cents. To pay the audited claim of Alonzo Gesner, United States deputy

Alonzo Gesner. surveyor, for surveying the public lands in Oregon, under contract numbered six hundred and eight, dated April seventeenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, three thousand four hundred dollars.

To pay the audited claim of C.Clifford Stevenson and David O. Steven. son for surveying public lands, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninetythree, three thousand two hundred and ninety-eight dollars and twenty. seven cents.

To pay the audited claim of F. W. Pettigrew, United States deputy F. W. Pettigrew. surveyor, for surveying public lands, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, two hundred and ninety-eight dollars and twenty-one cents. TELEGRAPHING AND PURCHASE OF INDIAN SUPPLIES: To pay the

Indian supplies. expense of purchasing goods and supplies for the Indian service, and pay of necessary employees advertising at rates not exceeding regular commercial rates, inspection, and all other expenses connected there. with, including telegraphing, five thousand dollars. INDIAN SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION: For collecting and transporta

Indian schools.

Transporting pution of Indian pupils to and from Indian schools, and also for the trans- pils. portation of Indian pupils from all the Indian schools, and placing of them, with the consent of their parents, under the care and control of such suitable white families as may in all respects be qualitied to give such pupils moral, industrial, and educational training, under

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Eleventh Census.
Expenses.

arrangements in which their proper care, support, and education shall be in exchange for their labor, eight thousand dollars.

ELEVENTH CENSUS: For salaries, rents, and necessary expense in continuing the work of compiling the results of the Eleventh Census, to continue available until exhausted, fifteen thousand dollars.

Department of Jus

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. tice.

Clerk in charge of For additional salary of clerk in charge of accounts, four hundred accounts.

dollars. Contingentexpenses. For stationery, six hundred dollars.

For official transportation, Department of Justice, including purchase, keep, and shoeing of animals, and purchase and repair of wag.

ons and harness, eight hundred dollars. Alaska.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Travelingexpenses. on account of the appropriation for traveling expenses of the judge,

marshal, and attorney for the Territory of Alaska, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two hundred and two dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treas. ury on account of the appropriation for rent of offices, and incidental expenses, for the marshal, district attorney, commissioners, Territory of Alaska, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred and twelve dollars.

Rent, etc.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Defending suits in DEFENDING SUITS IN CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES: For claims.

defraying the necessary expenses incurred in the examination of witnesses and procuring of evidence in the matter of claims against the United States and in defending suits in the Court of Claims, including the payment of such expenses as in the discretion of the Attorney

General shall be necessary for making proper defense of the United French spoliation States in the matter of the French spoliation claims, to be expended

under the direction of the Attorney-General, seven thousand five hun

dred dollars. Judicial.

JUDICIAL.

Indian Territory courts.

Lucius L. Stowe.

To pay the salaries and expenses of the judges, district attorneys, assistant district attorneys, marshals, deputy marshals, clerks, deputy

clerks, commissioners, and constables of the United States courts in James V. Walker. the Indian Territory, including the salary due James V. Walker

resigned as district attorney of the central district of the Indian Territory from April tirst eighteen hundred and ninety-five to July eighth eighteen hundred and ninety-five inclusive at the rate of four thousand dollars per annum. And the salary due Lucius L. Stowe now deceased as Marshal of the southern district of the Indian Territory from April third eighteen hundred and ninety-five to July twentyseventh eighteen hundred and ninety-five, inclusive at the rate of four thousand dollars per annum, being a deticiency to the appropriation for the service of the fiscal years eighteen hundred and ninety-five and eighteen hundred and ninety-six, two hundred and ten thousand

dollars. Court of Private COURT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS: That the unexpended balance Land Claims.

of the appropriation of sixteen thousand dollars made for salaries and expenses of the Court of Private Land Claims, in the legislative appropriation Act approved July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety. four, is hereby continued available for the same purposes until June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six.

Vol. 28, p. 204.

United States courts.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

Marshals' fees.

For payment of the fees and expenses of the United States marshals and deputies, nine hundred and sixty thousand dollars: Provided, That

Provisos.

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