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For aiding in the work of said Association for the present fiscal year, including the transportation of inmates of the Institution who desire to permanently remove from said Territory, four thousand dollars.

Said Utah Commission shall hereafter act as the board of control over said Association, both in the erection of said building and in the conduct of the work of the Association hereafter.

Said Utah Commission shall audit all expenditures of said Association under any appropriation herein or hereafter made, and shall make an annual report to Congress covering their expenditures and work hereunder, together with that of said Association. Said Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah Territory for the work herein defined shall have the use and occupation of said building and grounds free of rent or charge until such time as said work shall be accomplished, or Congress shall otherwise direct, when possession and occupation of the same shall revert to the United States.

MISCELLANEOUS. SUPPORT OF INSANE CONVICTS: To pay the State Asylum for Insane Criminals at Auburn, New York, for the care and support of United States convicts, seven hundred and two dollars.

That the Attorney-General is hereby authorized and directed to cause Charles Grandison, Frank Seiver, alias George Selvin, and Anthony Stewart, alias Johnson, alias Frank Harris, who were received in the State Asylum for Insane Convicts at Auburn, New York, while undergoing sentence in the New York State Prison at Auburn, for crimes committed in the District of Columbia, and whose sentences have expired since they thus became insane, to be removed to the Government Hospital for the Insane, at Washington, District of Columbia, by the United States Marshal for the Northern District of New York, the necessary expenses incurred in the same, to be payable from the appropriation for fees and expenses of marshals.

CALIFORNIA STATE ASYLUM FOR INSANE: To pay the California State Asylum for Insane at Napa, California, for the maintenance of Frank Aaron, a citizen of Alaska, committed to said asylum upon an order issued by the United States judge for the district of Alaska, from December thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, to April fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, eight hundred and twenty-seven days, at fifty cents per day, four hundred and thirteen dollars and fifty cents.

REFUND TO DAVID DAY: To refund to David Day so much of the fine of two hundred and twenty-five dollars imposed upon him by the United States court for the southern district of Mississippi at its November term, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, from which he was relieved by a pardon granted by the President, March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

PUBLIC PRINTING.

For payment to the printers regularly employed on the Congressional Record not exceeding ninety dollars each for time unemployed during the present session, to be paid to such printers in proportion to the whole time actually employed in connection with the Record during the session, six thousand three hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

To pay fifteen per centum in addition to the amount paid for day labor to the employees of the Government Printing Office, such as compositors, pressmen, stereotypers, laborers, press-feeders, Record folders, counters, engineers, machinists, firemen; and proof-readers, revisers, copy-holders, make-up, and imposer of the bill force, who were and are exclusively employed on the night forces of the Government Printing Office, but exclusive of compositors on the Record, during the first session of the Fiftieth Congress, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary : Provided, That in estimating the said fifteen per centum credit shall be given to the Government for whatever has been paid or is now being paid the said employees above the rates for day work.

To enable the Public Printer to comply with the law granting fifteen days' annual leave to the employees of the Government Printing Office for the fiscal years eighteen hundred and eighty-seven and eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, twenty-five thousand dollars ; and the Public Printer is hereby directed to pay forth with all persons. for services covered by deficiencies for said years.

SENATE

For compensation of officers, clerks, messengers, and others in the service of the Senate, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightynine, forty-six thousand nine hundred and twenty-one dollars and twenty cents.

For material for folding for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, fourteen thousand dollars.

For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a rate not exceeding one: dollar per thousand, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyseven, six hundred and thirty-eight dollars and fifty cents.

For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a rate not exceeding one: dollar per thousand, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyeight four thousand five hundred dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a rate not exceeding one dollar per thousand, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightynine, twelve thousand dollars.

For fuel, oil, cotton-waste and advertising for the heating apparatus, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, eight hundred and seventy nine dollars and fifty-nine cents.

For furniture and repairs of furniture for the fiscal year eighteen. hundred and eighty eight, three thousand nine hundred and fiftythree dollars and sixty cents.

For expenses of maintaining and equipping horses and mail-wagons for carrying the mails for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one thousand eight hundred and four dollars and eighteen cents.

For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred eighty eight, four hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For expenses of inquiries and investigations ordered by the Senate, including compensation to stenographers to committees, at such rate as may be fixed by the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, but not exceeding one dollar and twentyfive cents per printed page, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, ten thousand dollars.

To reiinburse the official Reporter of the Senate for moneys paid for clerical hire during the First Session of the Fiftieth Congress, and for extra clerical services and expenses occasioned by the prolongation of the session Five Thousand Dollars.

To pay George N. Stranahan for services as conductor of the new Senate elevator from April first to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, three hundred dollars.

To pay Frank E. Waterman for nine days' services, from December fifth to December thirteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven inclusive, as clerk to Senator C. J. Faulkner, fifty-four dollars.

To pay Jules Guthridge for seven days' services, from December fifth to December eleventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, inclusive, as clerk to Senator George Hearst, forty-two dollars.

To pay George H. Boyd, assistant in Senate document-room, for services rendered July eleventh and twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, six dollars and fifty-two cents.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay to the widow of the late James T. Farley, late a Senator from the State of California, deceased, the sum of one thousand two hundred and forty-eight dollars and eighty cents, being the amount of one mileage from his home to the seat of government and return.

That hereafter the statement of all appropriations made during each session of Congress, including new offices created and the salaries of each and salaries of the offices which are increased and the amounts of such increase authorized by the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, shall be prepared under the direction of the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives, and said statement shall hereafter show also the offices the salaries of which are reduced or omitted, and the amount of such reduction, and shall also contain a chronological history of the regular appropriation bills passed during the session for which it is prepared; and to complete this work for the present session the sum of twelve hundred dollars is hereby appropriated, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairman of said committees to do said work.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

To pay to the widow of the late William T. Price, a member-elect to the Fiftieth Congress, but who died before the time of its organization, six thousand dollars.

To pay to the widow of the late E. W. Robertson the amount of salary and mileage for the unexpired term of his service as a member of the Fiftieth Congress, eight thousand eight hundred and fifty-one dollars.

To pay to the widow of the late S. C. Moffat the amount of salary and mileage for the unexpired term of his service as a member of the Fiftieth Congress, Five thousand nine hundred and eighty-nine dollars and eighty-nine cents.

To pay to the widow of the late N. T. Kane the amount of salary and mileage for the unexpired term of his service as a member of the Fiftieth Congress, seven thousand six hundred and fifty-five dollars and eighty-one cents.

To pay to the legal heirs of the late Andrew S. Herron, a memberelect to the Forty-eighth Congress, but who died before the time of its organization, six thousand dollars.

*To pay to the widow and legal heirs of the late J. T. Updegraff a member-elect to the Forty-Eighth Congress, but who died before the time of its organization, six thousand dollars.

To pay accounts for stenographic work done for the committees of the House during the present session by other than the official stenographers, and which are recommended by the Committee on Accounts, namely, to A. Johns, five hundred and eighty-six dollars and seventy-five cents; and to James O. Clephane, eighty-two dollars and fifty cents; in all, six hundred and sixty-nine dollars and twentyfive cents; said claims to be audited by the Committee on Accounts and paid on their approval by the Clerk of the House.

For compensation of a page in the Enrolling Room of the Clerk's Office, recommended by the Committee on Accounts from and including August first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, at sixty dollars per month, six hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay John D. O'Connor for services as clerk to Committee on Eleventh Census, from the ninth to the seventeenth of January, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, inclusive, fifty-four dollars.

To reimburse Thomas Bell for expenses incurred from July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to March first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, for assistance as laborer in the folding-rooms, two hundred dollars.

To reimburse the five Official Reporters of the proceedings and debates of the House of Representatives, for moneys paid by them so far during the present session for clerical hire and extra clerical services, one thousand dollars each, five thousand dollars; one thousand dollars of which shall be paid to the widow of the late J. K. Edwards, he having been one of the said five official reporters as herein provided for. To pay

John M. Glover the sum of two thousand dollars in full of all expenses incurred by him in the contested election case of Frank against Glover in the Fiftieth Congress.

To pay Nathan Frank the sum of two thousand dollars in full of all expenses incurred by him in the contested election case of Frank against Glover in the Fiftieth Congress.

To pay W. O. Arnold, in addition to the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars allowed him in the Sundry Civil Appropriation Act for expenses incurred in his election contest, one thousand dollars.

To pay C. N. Felton and Frank J. Sullivan in full for expenses of election contest in the Fiftieth Congress, two thousand dollars each; in all four thousand dollars.

To pay B. C. Kuehling for services rendered as locksmith from January eighteenth to January twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, forty dollars.

To enable the Clerk of the House to rent, during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, rooms for the use of the clerks employed under the direction of the Committee on Rules in preparing the General Index of the Journals of Congress one thousand two hundred dollars.

To pay Maurice Ruddlesden for additional services as a laborer in the House Library during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, two hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay Turner K. Hackman for services rendered as riding page for twenty days previous to the organization of the present Congress, fifty dollars.

To pay Francis D. Smith for services rendered during the construction of the elevator in the south wing of the Capitol for the months of July, August and September, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one hundred and two dollars.

To pay Henry Neal as messenger to the Speaker, in addition tohis pay as laborer, the sum of three hundred and one dollars and. twenty-one cents, at the rate of forty dollars per month, from December sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven to July eleventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight. To

pay Charles Carter for extra services rendered during the second session of the Forty-ninth Congress, Fifty dollars.

To pay Ralph T. Moses for services rendered as assistant folder in seal room from December fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven toJanuary twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To enable the Clerk of the House to pay W. E. Burford for rent of the premises number two hundred and twenty-nine, New Jersey avenue, used as a folding-room for the House from July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven to April first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

To pay Charles H. Evans extra compensation for preparing statistical tables, and for services rendered to the Committee on Ways and Means, five hundred dollars.

For allowance to members of the House of Représentatives for stationery, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To reimburse the Clerk of the House of Representatives for postage stamps eighty dollars.

To enable the Clerk of the House to pay George W. Knox for hauling books and placing them in the rooms in the terrace of the House wing of the Capitol, two hundred and twenty-two dollars and seventy-seven cents.

To pay W. D. Hunter for thirty-eight days work during the recess of Forty-ninth Congress at the rate of forty dollars per month.

To pay Charles L. Sauer for services rendered as assistant enrolling clerk during the last session of the Forty-ninth Congress, twenty dollars.

To pay W. J. Kehoe for services as clerk to the Committee on: Rules during the first session of the Fiftieth Congress, two hundred dollars.

To pay E. B. Wade, Clerk of the Committee on Printing, for services to June fifteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, as clerk to the select Committee investigating the Government Printing Office five hundred dollars.

To pay Edward S. McDonald for services rendered to select committee investigating the Government Printing Office, fifty dollars.

To pay Alexander Vangender as extra compensation for services rendered as assistant clerk to the Committee on Invalid Pensions during the second session of the Forty-ninth and the first session of the Fiftieth Congresses, five hundred dollars.

To pay all session employees of the House of Representatives authorized by the act making appropriation for the legislative, executive and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and for other purposes, approved March third, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, to the end of the present session of Congress, forty-five thousand dollars.

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