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BUREAU OF STANDARDS.

For extra labor to be used in connection with the installation of machinery and apparatus in the laboratory of the Bureau of Standards at Pierce Mill road, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

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For stationery for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, seventy- Stationery. nine dollars and fifty-two cents.

For stationery for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, three hundred dollars.

For books for law library of the Department, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Books.

For miscellaneous expenditures, including telegraphing, fuel, lights, Contingent expenses. foreign postage, labor, repairs of buildings, care of grounds, books of reference, periodicals, and other necessaries, directly ordered by the Attorney-General, five thousand dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Miscellaneous.

expenses.

Το pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Alaska, traveling on account of the appropriation "Traveling expenses, Territory of Alaska," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, one hundred and eleven dollars and seventy-four cents.

Commission.

For salaries and expenses, Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Spanish Claims namely: For expenses of taking testimony abroad, to be available until used, twenty thousand dollars."

Defending suits in

For defraying the necessary expenses, including salaries of necessary claims. employees in Washington, District of Columbia, 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 defense for the United States in the matter of French spoliation claims, to be expended under the direction of the AttorneyGeneral, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, seven hundred and sixty-seven dollars and twenty-three cents.

For payment to the Western Union Telegraph Company for transmitting certain messages from and to the office of the United States district attorney for the District of Columbia during the fiscal years eighteen hundred and ninety-four, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, forty-seven dollars and thirty

seven cents.

JUDICIAL.

For salary of the additional district judge for the eastern district of Pennsylvania, at the rate of six thousand dollars per annum, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, one thousand five hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For salary of the additional district judge for the eastern district of Pennsylvania, at the rate of six thousand dollars per annum, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, six thousand dollars.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

Western Union Telegraph Company. Payment to.

Judicial.

Pennsylvania, eastern district. Additional judge. Ante, p. 155.

UnitedStates courts.

For payment of salaries, fees, and expenses of United States marshals Marshals. and their deputies, to include payment for services rendered in behalf of the United States or otherwise, forty thousand dollars.

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District attorneys and assistants.

Clerks.

Rent of rooms.

Bailiffs, etc.
Provisos.

Attendance.

Vacation, etc.

For salaries of United States district attorneys and expenses of United States district attorneys and their regular assistants for the fiscal years as follows:

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and tour, seven thousand dollars.

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and thirty-one dollars and thirty-five cents.

For fees of clerks, thirty-five thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Fees of clerks, United States courts," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, one thousand and fiftyone dollars and seventy-nine cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Rent of court rooms, United States courts," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one thousand eight hundred and two dollars and twelve cents.

For rent of rooms for the United States courts and judicial officers, ten thousand dollars.

For pay of bailiffs and criers, not exceeding three bailiffs and one crier in each court, except in the southern district of New York: ProR. S., sec. 715, p. 136. vided, That all persons employed under section seven hundred and fifteen of the Revised Statutes shall be deemed to be in actual attendance when they attend upon the order of the courts: Provided further, That no such person shall be employed during vacation; of reasonable expenses for travel and attendance of district judges directed to hold court outside of their districts, not to exceed ten dollars per day each, to be paid on written certificates of the judges, and such payments shall be allowed the marshal in the settlement of his accounts with the Expenses of judges, United States; expenses of judges of the circuit courts of appeals, not to exceed ten dollars per day; of meals and lodgings for jurors in United States cases, and of bailiffs in attendance upon the same, when Jury commissioners. ordered by the court; and of compensation for jury commissioners, five dollars per day, not exceeding three days for any one term of court, ten thousand dollars.

etc.

Supplies.

Atlanta, Ga., penitentiary.

Legislative.

Senate.

Marcus A. Hanna.
Pay to widow.

Official reporters.
Reimbursement.

William B. Turner.
Payment to.

G. C. Lodge.
Payment to.

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To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation for Supplies for United States courts," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, two hundred and twenty-one dollars and ninety-five cents.

For miscellaneous expenditures at the United States penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia, including all objects specified under this title of appropriation in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, four thousand dollars.

LEGISLATIVE.

SENATE.

To pay the widow of Honorable Marcus A. Hanna, late a Senator from the State of Ohio, five thousand dollars.

To reimburse the official reporters of the proceedings and debates of the Senate for expenses incurred from March fourth, nineteen hundred and three, to March fourth, nineteen hundred and four, for clerk hire and other extra clerical services, four thousand seven hundred and forty dollars.

To pay William B. Turner for completing the table of contents and preparing an index to the Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission and appendices thereto, three hundred dollars.

To pay G. C. Lodge for translating document entitled "Compagnie Nouvelle du Canal de Panama," as authorized by Senate resolution of February second, nineteen hundred and four, thirty-four dollars and fifty cents.

Payment to.

To pay John F. Hayes, for services in reporting and transcribing John F. Hayes. testimony taken by the subcommittee of the Committee on Territories in the inquiry relative to Alaska, under Senate resolution of March nineteenth, nineteen hundred and three, and indexing said testimony and the report, five hundred dollars.

Extra services.

To pay Edward C. Goodwin for extra services as clerk to the special Edward C. Goodwin, committee appointed to inquire into certain charges respecting Honorable Charles H. Dietrich, a Senator from the State of Nebraska, under a resolution of the Senate February first, nineteen hundred and four, from February fourth, nineteen hundred and four, to April fourteenth, nineteen hundred and four, four hundred and twenty dollars. To pay Thom Williamson, junior, and Ernest J. Waterman, assist jr., and Ernest J. Waant clerks to the Committee on Military Affairs, the sum of one terman. hundred and fifty dollars each, for indexing hearings before the Committee on Military Affairs during the present session, including those in connection with the promotion of Brigadier-General Leonard Wood, three hundred dollars.

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pay Dennis M. Kerr for services as assistant clerk, by detail to the Committee on Pensions, seven hundred and fifty dollars. To pay Ormsby McHarg for indexing and for extra services as clerk to the Committee on Pensions, seven hundred and fifty dollars. To pay J. H. Jones for extra services in the care of the Senate chronometer and for the work in connection therewith, one hundred dollars for the first and second sessions of the Fifth-eighth Congress. For fuel, oil, cotton-waste, and advertising, for the heating apparatus, exclusive of labor, five thousand dollars.

Thom Williamson,

Payment to.

Dennis M. Kerr,
Services.

Ormsby McHarg.
Services.

J. H. Jones.

Payment to.

Fuel, oil, etc.

For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, twenty-five thousand Miscellaneous items. dollars.

For repairs of Maltby Building, two hundred and fifty dollars.

Maltby Building, re

pairs.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

House of Representatives.

ployees.

em

Extra month's pay.

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

For compensation of members of the House of Representatives and Delegates from Territories, twelve thousand dollars.

To pay the widow of Henry Burk, late a Representative in Congress from the State of Pennsylvania, five thousand dollars. To pay the widow of G. W. Croft, late a Representative in Congress from the State of South Carolina, five thousand dollars.

To pay the widow of R. H. Foerderer, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania, five thousand dollars.

To pay the widow of W. W. Skiles, late a Representative from the State of Ohio, five thousand dollars.

To pay the legal heirs of C. W. Thompson, late a Representative in Congress from the State of Alabama, five thousand dollars.

Compensation.

Henry Burk.

Pay to widow.

G. W. Croft.

Pay to widow.

R. H. Foerderer.
Pay to widow.

W. W. Skiles.
Pay to widow.

C. W. Thompson.
Pay to heirs.

V. Boreing.
Pay to widow, or

To pay the widow, or if none to the legal heirs, of V. Boreing, late a Representative in Congress from the State of Kentucky, five thousand heirs. dollars.

For allowance to the following contestants and contestees for expenses incurred by them in contested-election cases as audited and recommended by the Committees on Elections:

To George Howell, two thousand dollars;

Contested-election

expenses.

George Howell.

Charles F. Joy.

Aaron P. Prioleau.

George S. Legare.

Bird S. McGuire.
W. M. Cross.

John T. Hunt.

Robert W. Bonynge.
John F. Shafroth.

F. M. Davis.
T. W. Sims.

Allan C. Durborow. George D. Reynolds. Henry D. Clayton. Julius Kahn. Edward J. Livernash. Joseph A. Conry, John A. Keliber. James M. Moody. James M. Gudger. Asbury F. Lever. William Lorimer. James J. Butler. Alexander D. Dantz

ler.

ell.

Alexander McDow

digest.

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To Charles F. Joy, nine hundred and eighty dollars;

To Aaron P. Prioleau, two thousand dollars;

To George S. Legare, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-six dollars and fifty cents;

To Bird S. McGuire, two thousand dollars;

To W. M. Cross, two thousand dollars;

To John T. Hunt, five hundred and twenty-six dollars;

To Robert W. Bonynge, two thousand dollars;

To John F. Shafroth, two thousand dollars;

To F. M. Davis, two thousand dollars;

To T. W. Sims, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-five dollars and sixty cents;

To Allan C. Durborow, two thousand dollars;

To George D. Reynolds, two thousand dollars;

To Henry D. Clayton, one thousand and three dollars;
To Julius Kahn, two thousand dollars;

To Edward J. Livernash, two thousand dollars;
To Joseph A. Conry, two thousand dollars;

To John A. Keliher, two thousand dollars;

To the widow of James M. Moody, two thousand dollars;
To James M. Gudger, two thousand dollars;
To Asbury F. Lever, two thousand dollars;
To William Lorimer, two thousand dollars;
To James J. Butler, two thousand dollars;

To Alexander D. Dantzler, two thousand dollars; in all, forty-four thousand four hundred and sixty-one dollars and ten cents.

To pay Alexander McDowell, Clerk of the House of RepresentaContested-elections tives, the amount due for services in compiling, arranging for the printer, reading of proof, indexing of testimony, supervision of the work, and expenses incurred in the contested elections to the Fiftyeighth Congress, as authorized by an Act entitled "An Act relating to contested elections, approved March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven," the sum of two thousand six hundred and ten dollars and twenty-five cents, and an additional sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars to such persons as were actually engaged in the work designated by the said Alexander McDowell, and in such proportion as he may deem just for assistance rendered in the work; in all, four thousand four hundred and ten dollars and twenty-five cents.

Official reporters and stenographers. Extra services.

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To reimburse the official reporters of the proceedings and debates and the official stenographers to committees of the House of Representatives, including the assistant official stenographer to committees authorized by resolution of the House of December seventeenth, nineteen hundred and three, for clerk hire and extra clerical services during the first and second sessions of the Fifty-eighth Congress to March fourth, nineteen hundred and four, seven hundred and fifty dollars each; and to John J. Cameron, two hundred and forty dollars; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and forty dollars.

To pay Herman Gauss for services as assistant clerk, by detail, to the Committee on Invalid Pensions, seven hundred and fifty dollars. To pay D. S. Porter for services as assistant clerk, by detail, to the Committee on Pensions, five hundred dollars.

To pay the conductors of the elevators in the House wing of the Capitol the difference between the amounts received by them and the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum from July first, nineteen hundred and two, to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four, inclusive, each as follows: L. B. Cook, two hundred dollars; George Winters, two hundred dollars; M. F. O'Donnell, two hundred dollars; S. A. Barnes, one hundred and sixty dollars and forty-seven cents; R. E. Walker, two hundred dollars; J. K. Duncan, two hun

dred dollars; in all, one thousand one hundred and sixty dollars and forty-seven cents.

Session employees.
Compensation, first

For compensation of session employees from November ninth to December sixth, nineteen hundred and three, inclusive, namely: For session. forty-three pages, at two dollars and fifty cents each per day; eight session messengers in the post-office, at the rate of one hundred dollars per month each; and for fifteen committee clerks, at six dollars each per day for December fifth and sixth, nineteen hundred and three; in all, three thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-eight

cents.

To pay J. D. Cremer for services in compiling and indexing matter for House Report Numbered Six hundred and forty-six, Documentary History of the Capitol, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To continue employment during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five of the additional laborer in the bathroom at sixty dollars per month, as authorized in House Resolution of November nineteenth, nineteen-hundred and three, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For two laborers, known as cloak room men, at the rate of six hundred dollars per annum each, from May first, nineteen hundred and four, until the close of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, one thousand four hundred dollars.

To pay L. W. Busbey for services as clerk to the Committee on Rules, five hundred dollars.

J. D. Cremer.
Payment to.

Bathroom laborer.
Pay.

Cloak room men.
Pay.

L. W. Busbey.
Services.

Exposition Commit

Pay of clerk.
List of private

For clerk to the Committee on Industrial Arts and Expositions Industrial Arts and during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, two thousand dollars. tee. To continue during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five the employment of three clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each, claims. in the office of the Clerk of the House, to complete a digested summary and alphabetical list of private claims presented to the House of Representatives from the Fifty-second to the Fifty-seventh Congress, inclusive, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For additional compensation of the paying teller in the office of the Sergeant-at-Arms, three hundred and fifty dollars.

For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select committees, fifteen thousand dollars.

For stationery for members of the House of Representatives and for stationery for the use of the committees and officers of the House, six thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

For additional amount for hire of horses and mail wagons for carrying the mails, to be paid to the present contractor for said service, three hundred dollars.

BOTANIC GARDEN.

Sergeant-at-Arms, paying teller.

Miscellaneous

items.

Stationery.

Horses and wagons.

Botanic Garden.

For procuring manure, tools, fuel, purchasing trees, shrubs, plants, Repairs, etc. and seeds, and for services, materials, and miscellaneous supplies, and contingent expenses in connection with repairs and improvements to Botanic Garden, under direction of the Joint Library Committee of Congress, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For painting, glazing, and general repairs to buildings, heating apparatus, and foot walks, and for rebronzing and reconstructing foundation and bottom of Bartholdi fountain, under the direction of the Joint Committee on the Library, one thousand five hundred doilars.

PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING.

To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the law granting thirty days' annual leave to the employees of the Government Printing Office, forty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Public printing and binding.

Leaves of absence to employees.

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