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additional per diem allowance to employees in the field service of the General Land Office, while afloat between Alaskan points.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

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Incidental expenses.

INCIDENTAL EXPENSES, DISTRICT OF ALASKA: For furniture, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses for the offices of the marshals and attorneys for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and twelve, $117.56.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

Marshals.

For payment of salaries, fees, and expenses of United States marshals and their deputies, including the office expenses of United States marshals in the District of Alaska, to include payment for services rendered in behalf of the United States or otherwise, and including services in Alaska and Oklahoma in collecting evidence for the United States when so specially directed by the Attorney General, $125,000.

For salaries of United States district attorneys and expenses of United States district attorneys and their reguIar assistants, including office expenses of United States district attorneys in Alaska and salaries of regularly appointed clerks to United States district attorneys for services rendered during vacancy in the office of the United States district attorney, $50,000.

District at. torneys.

Miscellaneous.

For payment of such miscellaneous expenses as may be authorized by the Attorney General, for the United States courts and their officers, and, so far as it may be deemed necessary by the Attorney General, for such expenses in the District of Alaska, fiscal years as follows:

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen, $88,000.

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, $1,221.86.

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, $446.09.
For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, $19.60.

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CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR

THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

For education of natives of Alaska, $60.

For Alaskan exhibit, Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington, $4.34.

CHAP. 168.-An Act To authorize aids to navigation and other Mar. 4, 1913. works in the Lighthouse Service, and for other purposes.

[H. R. 27789.]

[Public, No. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 37 Stat! L.,

) of the United States of America in Congress assembled, pt. 1, p. 1017. That the Secretary of Commerce and Labor is hereby Lighthouse

Service. authorized to establish, provide, or improve the following Aids to nav. aids to navigation and other works in the Lighthouse gativecau

thorized. Service, under the Department of Commerce and Labor, in accordance with the respective limits of cost hereinafter respectively set forth, which shall in no case be exceeded.

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Light and fog signal at or near Cape Saint Elias, Ellas, Alaska. Alaska, at a cost not to exceed $115,000.

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RESOLUTIONS.

May 8, 1911. [No. 1.) Joint Resolution Making appropriations for the pay(H. J. Res. 2.) ment of certain expenses incident to the first session of the Sixty[Pub. Res. No. second Congress.

1.] 37 Stat. L., (Stationery for Delegate. See p. 262.) pt. 1, p. 35.

May 8, 1911. [No. 2.) Joint Resolution Making immediately available the (H. J. Res. 3.) appropriations for mileage of Senators and Members of the House [Pub. Res. No. of Representatives.

2.) 37 Stat. L., (Mileage for Delegate. See p. 262.) pt. 1, p. 36.

Dec. 21, 1911. [No. 3.] Joint Resolution To pay Members, Delegates, and [H. J. Res. Resident Commissioners, their allowance for clerk hire for De189.]

cember, nineteen hundred and eleven, on the twenty-first day of [Pub. Res. No. that month.

15.] 37 Stat. L., (Pay and clerk hire for Delegate. See p. 262.) pt. 1, p. 628.

May 30, 1912. [No. 21.) Joint Resolution Viking appropriations to supply (H. J. Res. deficiencies in the appropriations for contingent expenses of the 319.)

Senate and House of Representatives for the fiscal year nineteen [Pub. Res. No, hundred and twelve, and for other purposes.

32.] 37 Stat. L., (Stationery for Delegate; Expenses U.S. Court of Dispt. 1, p. 634. trict of Alaska. See p. 263.)

July 1, 1912.

[No. 29.] Joint Resolution Extending appropriations for the (H. J. Res. 331.)

necessary operations of the Government under certain contin

gencies. [Pub. Res. No. 40.)

(See p. 263.) 37 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 638.

Aug. 1, 1912. (No. 37.) Joint Resolution To continue the provisions of a joint [H. J. Res.

resolution approved July first, nineteen hundred and twelve, en344.)

titled “Joint resolution extending appropriations for the necessary [Pub. Res. No. operations of the Government under certain contingencies.”

46.) 37 Stat. L., (See p. 264.) pt. 1, p. 640.

Aug. 15, 1912. [No. 44.) Joint Resolution To further continue the provisions (H. J. Res.

of a joint resolution approved July first, nineteen hundred and 356.)

twelve, entitled “Joint resolution extending appropriations for the (Pub. Res. No. necessary operations of the Government under certain contin

51.] 37 Stat. L., gencies." pt. 1, p. 642.

(See p. 266.)

[No. 51.) Joint Resolution.

Aug. 24, 1912. (H. J. Res.

360.] (Pay for clerk hire for month of August. See p. 266.)

(Pub. Res. No.

58.) 37 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 644.

Aug. 20, 1912. Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate (H. con. Res.

No. 62.] concurring), That the Enrolling Clerk of the House, in

37 Stat. L., the enrollment of the bill (H. R. 38) entitled “An Act

pt. 2, p. 1463. to create a legislative assembly in the Territory of Alaska, Alaska Ter

ritory. to confer legislative power thereon, and for other pur- Correction poses,” be directed to regard the matter furnished in the

of bill creating conference report to be inserted in lieu of amendments legislative as

sembly for, aunumbered seven to fifteen inclusive as following the word thorized "years;" on page three, line eighteen; and that the matter proposed to be stricken from amendment numbered sixty-eight, as set forth in said conference report, be designated: “All after the word “thereof,' in line twentyone of the proposed amendment, down to and including 'and' in line twenty-four."

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No. 38.)

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives Feb. 18, 1913. concurring), 'That there be printed four thousand copies Is. Con. Res. of the laws of the United States applicable to the Terri- 37 Stat. L., tory of Alaska, compiled by the Committee on Terri- pt: 2P: 1468.

Printing tories of the Senate and the Committee on Territories of ordered of the House of Representatives in compliance with Public laws relating

compilation of Act Numbered Three hundred and thirty-four, fifteen to Alaska. hundred copies of which shall be for the use of the Senate, and two thousand five hundred copies for the use of the House of Representatives.

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