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Advances.

fees.

Commissioners' fees.

not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars of this appropriation may be advanced to marshals, to be accounted for in the usual way, the residue to remain in the Treasury, to be used if at all, only in the payment of the accounts of marshals in the manner provided in section eight R. S., sec. 856, p. 161. hundred and fifty-six, Revised Statutes: Provided further, That here- Payment of fees, after all fees for United States Attorneys, Marshals, Clerks of Courts postal cases. and Special Counsel necessarily employed in prosecnting civil suits instituted by the Auditor for the Post Office Department through the Solicitor of the Treasury against the sureties on the official bonds of late post-masters, as provided for by section two hundred and ninety- R.S., sec. 292, p. 49. two, Revised Statutes of the United States, shall be paid from the appropriations for expenses of the United States Courts.

For payment of fees and expenses of the United States marshals and deputies, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two hundred and thirty thousand five hundred and seventy-three dollars and thirty-four cents. For payment of United States district attorneys, the same being in

District attorneys' payment of the regular fees provided by law for official services, for the fiscal years as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, seventy two thousand four hundred and sixty one dollars and seven cents.

Clerks' fees. For fees of clerks for the fiscal years as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one hundred and fifty-five rhousand dollars.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, fifty-eight thousand five hundred and thirteen dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-four, ten thousand one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and thirty-six cents.

For fees of United States commissioners and justices of the peace acting as United States commissioners for the fiscal years as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, two hundred and forty thousand dollars.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, seventy-five thousand eight hundred and thirty-six dollars and ninety-three cents.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-four, eleven thousand six hundred and fifty-three dollars and twenty cents.

For fees of jurors, two hundred thousand dollars.

For fees of jurors, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, one hundred and three dollars and forty-five cents.

For fees of witnesses, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For fees of witnesses, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, thirty thousand seven hundred and twenty-two dollars and thirty-eight cents.

For support of United States prisoners, including necessary clothing Support of prisoners. and medical aid, and transportation to place of conviction or place of bona fide residence in the United States, and including support of prisoners becoming insane during imprisonment, as well before as after conviction, and continuing insane after expiration of sentence, who have no friends to whom they can be sent, three hundred and sixtyfive thousand dollars.

For rent of United States court rooms, fifty thousand dollars.
For pay of bailifts and criers, not exceeding three bailiffs and one

Bailiffs, etc. crier in each court, except in the southern district of New York: Prorided, That all persons employed under section seven hundred and fif- R. S., sec. 715, p. 136. teen of the Revised Statutes shall be deemed to be in actual attendance when they attend upon the order of the courts: And provided further, That no such person shall be employed during vacation; of expenses of district judges directed to hold court outside of their districts, and judges of the circuit courts of appeals; of meals and lodgings for jurors in United States cases, and of bailiffs in attendance upon the same, when ordered by the court; and of compensation for jury commissioners,

Jurors.

Witnesses.

Rent of court rooms.

Provisos.
Actual attendance.

Vacation.

five dollars per day, not exceeding three days for any one term of court, for the fiscal years as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, seventy thousand dollars.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand six hundred and

ninety-eight dollars and forty-six cents. Miscellaneous ex. For payment of such miscellaneous expenses as may be authorized penses.

by the Attorney-General, including the employment of janitors and watchmen in rooms or buildings rented for the use of courts, and of interpreters, experts, and stenographers; of furnishing and collecting evidence where the United States is or may be a party in interest, and

moving of records, twenty-five thousand dollars. District attorneys' For payment of assistants to United States district attorneys em special assistants.

ployed by the Attorney-General to aid district attorneys in special cases, for the fiscal years, as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, ten thousand and sixty-seven dollars and eighty-one cents.

For eighteen hundred and ninety-four, fourteen thousand and four

dollars and sixty-five cents. Regular assistanta. For payment of regular assistants to United States district attor

neys, who are appointed by the Attorney-General, at a fixed annual

compensation, thirty-one thousand dollars. Special assistants, For payment of services and expenses of special assistants to the Private Land Claims.

Attorney-General, in cases appealed from the Court of Private Land
Claims to the Supreme Court, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof

as may be necessary. Protecting property To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury in receivers' hands.

on account of the appropriation for protecting property in the hands of receivers of United States courts for the fiscal years eighteen hundred and ninety-four and eighteen hundred and ninety-five, twenty thousand five hundred and six dollars and eighty-six cents.

Judgments, United

JUDGMENTS, UNITED STATES COURTS. States courts. Vol. 24, p. 505. For payment of the final judgments and decrees, including costs of

suit, which have been rendered under the provisions of the Act of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled “An Act to provide for the bringing of suits against the Government of the United States," certified to Congress at its present session by the Attorney. General in House Document Numbered One hundred and fifty-seven, which have not been appealed, twenty-two thousand eight hundred and sixty-six dollars and twenty-five cents, together with such additional sum as may be necessary to pay interest on the respective judgments

at the rate of four per centum per annum from the date thereof until Proviso.

the time this appropriation is made: Provided, That none of the judg. Appeal.

ments herein provided for shall be paid until the right of appeal shall
have expired.

JUDGMENTS, COURT OF CLAMS.
Judgments, Courtof
Claims.

For payment of the judgments rendered by the Court of Claims, reported to Congress at its present session in Senate Documents Numbered Seventy and Ninety-nine, four hundred and forty-one thousand

eight hundred and ninety-one dollars and eighty cents: Provided, That Appeal.

none of the judgments herein provided for shall be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired.

Proriso.

Legislative.

LEGISLATIVE.

BUILDING FOR THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

Library of Congress For completion of the building for the Library of Congress and for building

each and every purpose connected with the same, four hundred and eighty thousand dollars.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

Library of Congress.

Assistants.

To enable the Librarian of Congress to employ three additional assistants, at the rate of seventy-five dollars a month each, for the remainder of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

SENATE.

Senate.

Senators.

For compensation and mileage of Senators, five thousand dollars.
For salaries of officers, clerks, messengers, and others in the service

Clerks, etc.
of the Senate, six thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, ten thousand dollars.

Miscellaneous. For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two thousand three hundred and ninety-two dollars and twenty-nine cents.

For fuel, oil, and cotton waste, and advertising, for the heating appa- Fuel, oil, etc. ratus, exclusive of labor, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, five dollars and forty-two cents.

For purchase of furniture, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairs of furniture, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, thirty-five dollars and twenty-three cents.

For services in cleaning, repairing, and varnishing furniture, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairs to Maltby Building, fiscal year eighteen hundred and Maltby Building, ninety five, ten dollars and seventy-five cents. For amount due the Wasbington Gas Light Company, for coke, fiscal

Washington

Light Company. year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, twenty-nine dollars and fiftytwo cents.

Furniture.

Gas

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

House of Representatives.

Charles H. Evans,
Services.

Services.

R. C. Peacock.

tees.

Clerks.

To pay to Charles H. Evans, for services to the Ways and Means
Committee in preparing estimates of revenue from proposed tariff legis-
lation, one hundred dollars.
To pay to Joel Grayson, for services in the document room from Janu-

Joel Grayson. ary first to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, inclusive, at one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month, seven hundred and fifty dollars. To pay to the mother of Lucien Davidson, deceased, late a page in

Lucien Davidson.

Payment to mother. the office of the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House, a sum equal to his salary as such page for six months; also the expenses attending his last illness and funeral, not to exceed one hundred dollars; in all, four hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay R. C. Peacock for services performed as a page, twenty dollars.

For two clerks to the Committees on Elections, authorized by resolu- Elections Commit. tion of the House December twenty.third, eighteen hundred and ninetyfive, at the rate of two thousand dollars per annum each, until and including June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, two thousand and ninety-seven dollars and eighty-two cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For stationery for Members of the House of Representatives, two Stationery. hundred and fifty dollars.

For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select committees Miscellaneous, etc. for the fiscal years, as follows:

For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, twenty-two thousand dollars.
For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, three thousand dollars.

Furniture.
For furniture, and repairs of the same, two thousand dollars.

For wrapping paper, pasteboard, pasté, twine, newspaper wrappers, Folding materials. and other necessary materials for folding for the use of Members of the House, and for use in the Clerk's office and the House folding room (not including envelopes, writing paper, and other paper aud materials to be printed and furnished by the Public Printer, upon requisitions

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601.

from the Clerk of the House under the provisions of the Act approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, for the public printing and binding), five thousand dollars.

Approved, February 26, 1896.

February 26, 1896. CHAP. 34.-An Act Making appropriations for the diplomatic and consular

service for the tiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Diplomatic and con. States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, sular appropriations, and they are hereby, severally appropriated, in full compensation for

the diplomatic and consular service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, namely:

SCHEDULE A.

Schedule A.

Salaries.

SALARIES OF AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS.

Ambassadors. Ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary to France, Germany,

and Great Britain, at seventeen thousand five hundred dollars each, fifty-two thousand five hundred dollars;

Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Italy, twelve

thousand dollars; Envoys extraordi. Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Russia and pary and ministers plenipotentiary.

Mexico, at seventeen thousand tive hundred dollars each, thirty-five thousand dollars;

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to China, Japan, Spain, Austria, and Brazil, at twelve thousand dollars each, sixty thousand dollars;

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Argentine Republic, Belgium, Colombia, Peru, Turkey, and Chile, at ten thousand dollars each, sixty thousand dollars;

Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador, ten thousand dollars;

Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Guatemala and Honduras, ten thousand dollars;

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Denmark, Hawaiian Islands, Netherlands, and Venezuela, at seven thousand five hundred dollars eaclı, thirty thousand dollars;

Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Paraguay and Uruguay, seven thousand five hundred dollars;

Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Sweden and Norway, seven thousand five hundred dollars;

Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary and consulgeneral to Roumania, Servia, and Greece, six thousand five hundred dollars;

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Bolivia and Ecuador, at five thousand dollars each, ten thousand dollars;

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Switzerland and Portugal, at seven thousand tive hundred dollars each, fifteen thousand dollars;

Minister resident and consul-general to Korea, seven thousand five and consulg.general.

bundred dollars;

Ministers resident and consuls-general to Siam, Persia, and Haiti, at five thousand dollars each (and the minister resident and consulgeneral to Haiti shall also be accredited as chargé d'affaires to Santo Domingo), fifteen thousand dollars;

Minister resident and consul-general to Liberia, four thousand dollars;

Ministers resident

For secretary of legation to Liberia, fifteen hundred dollars;
Agent and consul general at Cairo, five thousand dollars;

Chargés d'affaires ad interim and diplomatic officers abroad, thirty thousand dollars;

Total, three hundred and seventy-nine thousand dollars.

Agent, etc., Cairo.
Chargés d'affaires.

SALARIES OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR OFFICERS WHILE RECEIVING

INSTRUCTIONS AND MAKING TRANSITS.

To pay the salaries of ambassadors, ministers, consuls, and other transit pays

Instruction and officers of the United States for the periods actually and necessarily occupied in receiving instructions, and in making transits to and from their posts, and while awaiting recognition and authority to act, in pursuance of the provisions of section seventeen hundred and forty of the R.S., sec. 1740, p. 309. Revised Statutes, so much as may be necessary for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, is hereby appropriated.

SALARIES OF SECRETARIES OF EMBASSIES AND LEGATIONS.

Secretaries of embassies and legations.

Secretaries to embassies to Great Britain, France, and Germany, two thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars each, seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars;

Secretary to embassy to Italy, one thousand eight hundred dollars;

Secretaries to legations to Russia, Mexico, China, and Japan, two thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars each, ten thousand five hundred dollars;

Secretary of legation to Korea, one thousand five hundred dollars;

Secretary of legation and consul-general to Colombia, two thousand dollars;

Secretary of legation to Guatemala and Honduras and consul-general to Guatemala, two thousand dollars;

Secretary of legation and consul-general to the Hawaiian Islands, four thousand dollars;

Secretary of legation to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador, one thousand eight hundred dollars;

Secretaries of legations to Turkey, Austria, Spain, and Brazil, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, seven thousand two hundred dollars;

Secretaries of legations to Argentine Republic, Venezuela, Chile, and Peru, at one thousand five hundred dollars each, six thousand dollars;

Second secretaries of embassies to Great Britain, France, Germany, and Mexico, at two thousand dollars each, eight thousand dollars;

Second secretaries of legations to Japan and China, who shall be American students of the language of the court and country to which they are appointed, respectively, and shall be allowed and required, under the direction of the Secretary of State, to devote their time to the acquisition of such language, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, three thousand six hundred dollars;

Total, fifty-six thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Second secretaries.

SALARIES OF INTERPRETERS TO LEGATIONS. Interpreters to legations to China and Turkey, at three thousand Interpreters. dollars each, six thousand dollars;

Interpreter to legation to Japan, two thousand five hundred dollars;

Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Persia, one thousand dollars;

Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Korea, five hundred dollars;

Interpreter to legation and consulate-general to Bangkok, Siam, five hundred dollars;

Total, ten thousand five hundred dollars.

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