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G. H. Thobe, two thousand dollars; J. B. White, two thousand dollars; Robert Lowry, two thousand dollars; W. O. Arnold, seven hundred and fifty dollars; F. M. Simmons, seven hundred and seventy-two dollars; Wm. Vandever, two thousand dollars; N. E. Worthington, two thousand dollars; A. C. Davidson, two thousand dollars; J. V. McDuffie, two thousand dollars; J. D. Lynch, two thousand dollars; P.S. Post, two thousand dollars; Robt. Smalls, two thousand dollars; J. G. Carlisle, one thousand two hundred and seven dollars and nineteen cents;

Wm. Elliott, two thousand dollars; in all, twenty-five thousand four hundred and thirty dollars and nineteen cents.

Hereafter no payment shall be made from the contingent fund of the Senate unless sanctioned by the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, or from the contingent fund of the House of Representatives unless sanctioned by the Committee on Accounts of the House of Representatives. And hereafter payments made upon vouchers approved by the aforesaid respective committees shall be deemed, held, and taken, and are hereby declared to · be conclusive upon all the departments and officers of the Govern

ment: Provided, That no payment shall be made from said contingent funds as additional salary or compensation to any officer or employe of the Senate or House of Representatives.

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MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS UNDER LEGISLATIVE.

Catalogue of the Congressional Library: To enable the Librarian of Congress to continue the work upon the Catalogue of the Congressional Library, five thousand dollars.

To enable the marshal of the Supreme Court of the United States, under the direction of the court, to obtain the oil-portraits of John Rutledge, Oliver Ellsworth, and Morrison R. Waite, to be hung in the robing-room of the court with those of the other Chief-Justices already there, fifteen hundred dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

INDEX TO CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS: To pay for the work done in preparing and completing the Document index of the Forty-seventh, Forty-eighth, and Forty-ninth Congresses by Alonzo W. Church, three thousand dollars.

To enable the Architect of the Capitol to protect the paintings in the rotunda by suitable railing or wire netting, in his discretion, five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING.

For the public printing, for the public binding and for paper for the public printing, including the cost of printing the debates and proceedings of Congress in the Congressional Record, and for lithographing, mapping, and engraving for both Houses of Congress, the Supreme Court of the United States, the supreme court of the District of Columbia, the Court of Claims, the Library of Congress, the Executive Office, and the Departments, including salaries or compensation of all necessary clerks and employees, for labor (by the day, piece, or contract), and for all the necessary materials which may be needed in the prosecution of the work, two million and sixty-seven thousand dollars; and from the said sum hereby appropriated printing and binding shall be done by the Public Printer to the amounts following, respectively, namely:

For printing and binding for Congress, including the proceedings and debates, eight hundred and two thousand dollars. And printing and binding for Congress chargeable to this appropriation, when recommended to be done by the Committee on Printing of either House, shall be so recommended in a report containing an approximate estimate of the cost thereof, together with a statement from the Public Printer, of estimated approximate cost of work previously ordered by Congress, within the fiscal year for which this appropriation is made (all reserve work shall be bound in sheep); and the heads of the Executive Departments, before transmitting their annual reports to Congress, the printing of which is chargeable to this appropriation, shall cause the same to be carefully examined, and shall exclude therefrom all matter, including engravings, maps, drawings, and illustrations, except such as they shall certify in their letters transmitting such reports to be necessary and to relate entirely to the transaction of public business.

For the State Department, fifteen thousand dollars.

For the Treasury Department, two hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars, including not exceeding twenty thousand nine hundred and thirty-five dollars for the Coast and Geodetic Survey.

For the War Department, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars (of which sum twelve thousand dollars shall be for the catalogue of the library of the Surgeon-General's Office) and not exceeding ten thousand dollars for carrying into effect the appropriations for the Signal Service;

For the Navy Department, sixty thousand dollars, including not exceeding twelve thousand dollars for the Hydrographic Office;

For the Interior Department, including the Civil Service Commission, three hundred and forty thousand dollars, including not exceeding ten thousand dollars for rebinding tract-books for the General Land Office.

For the National Museum, for printing labels and blanks and for the “Bulletins ” and annual volumes of the “Proceedings” of the Museum, ten thousand dollars.

For the United States Geological Survey, as follows:

For engraving the illustrations necessary for the report of the Director, eight thousand dollars;

For engraving the illustrations necessary for the monographs and bulletins, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For printing and binding the monographs and bulletins, twentyfive thousand dollars;

For engraving the geological maps of the United States, fiftyfour thousand dollars;

For the Department of Justice, seven thousand dollars;
For the Post-Office Department, two hundred thousand dollars;
For the Agricultural Department, thirty thousand dollars;
For the Department of Labor, eight thousand dollars;

For the Supreme Court of the United States, five thousand dollars;

For the supreme court of the District of Columbia, one thousand dollars:

For the Court of Claims, fourteen thousand dollars;
For the Library of Congress, fifteen thousand dollars;
For the Executive Office, three thousand dollars;

And no more than an allotment of one-half of the sum hereby appropriated shall be expended in the two first quarters of the fiscal year, and no more than one-fourth thereof may be expended in either of the two last quarters of the fiscal year, except that, in addition thereto, in either of said last quarters, the unexpended balances of allotments for preceding quarters may be expended.

To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the law granting thirty days' annual leave to the employees of the Gov. ernment Printing Office, one hundred and ninety thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; to pay pro-rata leaves of absence to employees who resign or are discharged (decision of the First Comptroller), fifteen thousand dollars; in all, two hundred and five thousand dollars.

For a new engine and boiler, including the cost of erecting the same, twelve thousand dollırs.

For the construction of an additional story to the south center fire-proof main building o: the Government Printing Office and the removal of the electrotype foundry to the same, sixteen thousand dollars.

Approved, October 2, 1888.

[PUBLIC—No. 327.]

An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eightyeight, and for prior years, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, "That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyeight, and for prior years, and for other objects hereinafter stated, namely:

STATE DEPARTMENT.

SALARIES FOREIGN MINISTERS: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries of ministers, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, five thousand six hundred and sixty-one dollars and four cents.

SALARIES, CHARGES D'AFFAIRES AD INTERIM: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries of charges d'affaires ad interim and diplomatic officers abroad, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thousand and fifty-three dollars and twenty-nine cents.

SALARIES, CONSULAR OFFICERS NOT CITIZENS: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries of consular officers not citizens, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two thousand five hundred and ninetyseven dollars and twenty-two cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries of consular officers not citizens, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven dollars and forty cents.

To pay the balance of compensation due A. B. Keün, vice-consulgeneral at Teheran, while in charge of the consulate-general of the United States at that place from June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to November twenty-first, eighteen hundred and eightysix, being deficiencies on account of the fiscal years eighteen hundred and eighty-six and eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, as follows: For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two hundred and thirty dollars and seventy-seven cents; for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one thousand five hundred and sixty-five dollars and twenty-four cents.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES UNITED STATES CONSULATES: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of contingent expenses of United States consulates, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, five hundred and nineteen dollars and forty-four cents.

SALARIES, CONSULAR SERVICE: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of salaries, consular service, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six hundred and fifty dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries, consular service, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two thousand five hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty-three cents.

ALLOWANCE FOR CLERKS AT CONSULATES: To reimburse Robert J. Stevens, United States consul at Victoria, British Columbia, for amount paid for clerk hire at that consulate from May first, eighteen hundred and eighty four, to March thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, four hundred dollars.

LOSS ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE, CONSULAR SERVICE: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of loss on bills of exchange, consular service, being a deficienoy for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, one thousand three hundred and eighty-seven dollars and fifty-seven cents.

FRENCH SPOLIATION CLAIMS: For procuring additional evidence relative to the French spoliation claims, one thousand dollars.

STANDARD WEIGHTS AND MEASURES: To enable the Secretary of State to meet the proportionate part which the United States is asked to bear of the deficit in the revenues provided for the first period of the International Bureau of Weights and Measures established under the Convention of May twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, two thousand one hundred and thirty dollars and thirty-three cents.

To pay, out of humane consideration and without reference to the question of liability therefor, the sum of two hundred and seventysix thousand six hundred and nineteen dollars and seventy-five cents to the Chinese Government as full indemnity for all losses and injuries sustained by Chinese subjects within the United States at the hands of residents thereof.

EXPENSES OF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY CONFERENCES : To pay S. Dana Horton for additional services as delegate of the United Ştates to the International Monetary Conference, of eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and secretary to the Commission in and about the preparation of the document of said conference, known as Senate Executive Document Number Fifty-eight, Forty-fifth Congress, third session, and for additional services as delegate and secretary to the Monetary Conference of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, in and about the preparation of reports of said conference, and for services in said year relating to the proposed Monetary Conference of eighteen hundred and eighty-two, six thousand dollars.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

That the act approved February twenty-third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled "An act to amend an act to prohibit the importation and immigration of foreigners and aliens under contract or agreement to perform labor in the United States, its Territories, and the District of Columbia," be, and the same is hereby, so amended as to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury, in case he shall be satisfied that an immigrant has been allowed to land contrary to the prohibition of that law, to cause such immigrant within the period of one year after landing or entry, to be taken into custody and returned to the country from whence he came, at the expense of the owner of the importing vessel, or, if he entered from an adjoining country, at the expense of the person previously contracting for the services.

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