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..................... $25 882, 851 09 $2,800 each; twenty-five clerks of class four; stenographer to the Secretary, $2,400; twenty-six clerks of class three; twenty-one clerks of class two ; eighteen clerks of class one; thirty-one clerks, at $900 each ; eleven messengers, and eleven laborers; one clerk of class four and one clerk of class one, to assist the chief clerk in superintending the building; one captain of the watch, $1,100; one engineer, $1,600; one machinist and gas-fitter, $1,200; one storekeeper, $1,400; sixty watchmen, at $720 each, and additional to two of said watchmen, acting as lieutenants of watchmen, $280 each ; twenty-five laborers, at $720 each ; one assistant engineer, $1,000; nine firemen, at $720 euch ; and ninety char-women, at $180 each.

'In the Construction Branch of the Treasury :

Supervising Architect, $4,500 ; chief clerk, $2,500; one photographer, $2,500; one pripci. pal clerk, at $2,400; two clerks, at $2,000 each ; one assistant photographer, at $1,600 ; two clerks of class four ; four clerks of class three; two clerks of class one; two clerks, at $900 each; and one messenger.

In the Office of the First Comptroller : The First Comptroller of the Treasury, $5,000; deputy comptroller, $2,800 ; four chiefs of division, at $2,400 each; six clerky of class four; twelve clerks of class three ; ten clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; six clerks, at $900 each; one messenger; and three laborers.

In the Office of the Second Comptroller: The Second Comptroller, $5,000; deputy comptroller, $2,800 ; six chiefs of division, at $2,400 each ; six clerks of class four; seventeen clerks of class three ; eighteen clerks of class two; eleven clerks of class one; ten clerks at $900 each; one messenger and three laborerx.

In the Office of the Commissioner of Customs : The Commissioner of Customs, $4,500; deputy commissioner, $2,500; two chiefs of division, at $2,400 each ; two clerks of class four; five clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; nine clerks of class one; one messenger; and one laborer,

In the Office of the First Auditor : The First Auditor of the Treasury, $4,000; deputy auditor, $2,500; four chiefs of division, at $2,100 each; two clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three ; eight clerks of class two; thirteen clerks of class one; one messenger, and two laborers.

In the Office of the Second Auditor : The Second Auditor of the Treasury, $4,000 ; deputy auditor. $2,500 ; five chiefs of divis.! ion, at $2,100 each ; six clerks of class four; thirty-five clerks of class three ; seventy clerks of class two; forty-five clerks of class one; one messenger; and twelve laborers.

In the Office of the Third Auditor : The Third Auditor of the Treasury, $4,000; deputy auditor, $2,500 ; five chiefs of divis. ion, at $2,100 each ; six clerks of class four; twenty-five clerks of class three : seventy. five clerks of class two; forty clerks of class one; ten clerks at $900 each; two messengers ; seven laborers; and one char-woman, at $480.

In the Office of the Fourth Auditor : The Fourth Auditor of the Treasury, $4,000; deputy auditor, $2,500; three chiefs of division, at $2,100 each; two clerks of class four ; eighteen clerk of class three ; eleven clerks of class two; ten clerks of class one ; six clerks, at $900 each; one messenger; and three laborery.

In the Office of the Fifth Auditor : The Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, $4,000; deputy auditor, $2,500; two chiefs of division, at $2,100 each; two clerks of class four ; seven clerks of class three; six clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one ; five clerk, at $900 each ; one messenger; and two laborers.

In the Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department: The Auditor of the Treasury tor the Post Office Department, $4,000; deputy auditor, $2,500 ; eight chiefs of division, at $2,100 each ; eight clerks of class four, and, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, $200 ; fifty-four clerks of class three ; sixty. nine clerks of class two; thirty-seven clerks of class one; one messenger; and nineteen laborers; twenty assorters of money-orders, at $1,000 each ; also fifteen female assorters of money-orders, at $900 each

In the Office of the Register : The Register of the Treasury, $4,500; one assistant register and one deputy register, at $2,500 each; seven clerks of class four; ten clerks of class three; fourteen clerks of clays two; eight clerks of class one; eight copyists, at $900 each ; one messenger; and four laborers.

In the Office of the Treasurer: The Treasurer of the United States, $6,500; assistant treasurer, $3,8 assistant cashier, $3,500; tive chiefs of division, at $2,700 each; two principal bookkeepers, one at $2.600 and one at $2,500 ; two tellers, one at $2,700 and one at $2,600; one chief clerk, at $2,700; two assistant tellers, at $2,350 each; thirteen clerks of class four; thir. teen clerks of class three; nine clerks of class two; eight clerks of clang one; sixty clerks, at $900 each; geven messengers; five laborers, at $720 each; and seven laborers, at $240 each,

In the Office of the Light-House Board : The chief clerk of the Light-House Board, $2,500; two clerks of clasy four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, at $900; one messenger; and one laborer.

In the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency : The Comptroller of the Currency, $5,000; deputy comptroller, $: 00; four chiefs of division, at $2,400 each ; one stenographer, at $2,000 : eight clerks of class four; fourteen clerks of class three : twelve clerks of class two; eleven clerks of class one; thirty-three clerks, at $900 each ; four messengers, four laborers; and two night-watchinen.

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...... $25,882, 854 09 In the Office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue : The Commissioner of Internal Revenue, $6,000; deputy commissioner, $3,500; one deputy commissioner, at $3,000; seven heads of division, at $2,500 each ; one stenographer, at $2.000; thirty clerks of class four; forty-two clerks of class three ; fifty clerks of class two; eighteen clerks of class one; seventy clerks, at $900 each; five messengers; and fifteen laborery.

In the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury : That there shall be in the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury a Division of Loang and a Division of Currency, with the following employés: Two chiefs of division, at $2,00 each; two assistant chiefs of division, at $2,400 eacb: tourteen clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three ; six clerk, of class two; four clerks of class one ; sixty clerks, at $900 each ; eight messengers; eleven laborers, at $720 each; and twelve laborers, at not exceeding $2.25 a day each; and additional pay to three fourth-class clerks in the Division of Loans, namely, receiving clerk of bonds and two book-keepers, three hundred dollars each.

In the Office of the Treasurer: Seventeen clerks of class four; six clerks of class three ; five clerks of class two: nine clerks of class one ; one hundred and forty-five counters and copyists, at $900 each ; nine messengers; and twenty-six laborers.

In the Office of the Register of the Treasury: Five chiefs of division, at $2,500 each: one disbursing clerk, at $2,000; twelve clerks of clagg four; twelve clerks of class three: four clerks of class two; five clerks of class one: one hundred counters and copyists, at $900 each; eight messengery; and six laborers.

In the Office of the First Auditor of the Treasury: Four clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; and two clerks of class one.

That the duties heretofore prescribed by law and performed by the chief clerks in the sev. eral Bureaus named shall hereafter devolve upon, and be performed by, the several deputy comptrollers, deputy auditors, deputy register, and deputy commissioner herein named: Provided, That on and after January 1, 1876, the appointments of this Department shall be 80 arranged as to be equally distributed between the several States of the United States,

Territories, and the District of Columbia, according to population.
That the Secretary of War, be, and he is hereby, authorized to detail & medical officer of

the Army to investigate and report upon the reported existence and spread of cholera in
Mexico and near the frontier of Texas, and should such epidemic invade the United States
during the present year, it shall be the duty of said officer to give timely notice of the ad.
Vance and spread of the disease, and to compile complete records of said epidemic, and to
report the same, through the President, to Congress, and to defray the necessary expenses
of this investigation, the sum of five thousand dollars is hereby appropriated, or so much

thereof as may be required, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War... 5, 000 00 SEC. 3. That to carry into effect the provisions of section three of the act entitled "An act

fixing the amount of United States notes, providing for a redistribution of the national-bank currency, and for other purposes," approved June 20, 1874, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to appoint the following force, to be employed under his direction, namely: In the office of the Treasurer: one superintendent, $3,500; two principal tellers and one principal book-keeper, at $2,600 each ; one as istant principal book-keeper at $2,500; two assistant tellers, at $2,200 each ; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class three ; four clerks of class two; forty-four clerks of class one; twenty-one clerks, at $1,000 each ; sixty clerks, at $900 each ; four messengers; five assistant messengers; and three persons to be employed at $432 each; for which the sum of $166,656 is hereby appropriated.....

166, 656 00 In the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency : One superintendent, at $2,400 ; one teller

and one principal book-keeper, at $2,400 each; one assistant book-keeper, at $2,200; one clerk of class four; four clerks of class one; twenty clerks, at $900 each ; and one messenger ; for which the sum of $34,840 is hereby appropriated........

34, 840 00 And at the end of each month, the Secretary of the Treasury shall re-imburse the Treas. ury to the full amount paid out under the provisions of this section by transfer of said amount from the deposit of the national banking-associations with the Treasury of the United States; and at the end of each fiscal year he shall transfer from said deposit to the Treasury of the United States such sum as may have been actually expended under his direction for stationery, rent, fuel, light, and other necessary incidental expenses which have been incurred in carrying into effect the provisions of the said section of the above-named

act,
SEC. 4. That for experimento in testing iron and steel, including the cost of any machine
built for such purpose, the sum of $50,000 is hereby appropriated.........

50,000 00 And the further sumof $25,000, provided "for improved machinery and instruments for testing American iron and steel" in the act entitled 'An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the year ending June 30, 1874, "approved March 3, 1873, is hereby continued and made available for such purposes, and that the Presidevt be, and hereby is, authorized to appoint a board, to consist of one officer of the engineers of the United States Army. one officer of ordnance of the United States Army, one line-officer of the United States Navy, one engineer of the United Navy, and three civilians, who shall be experts; and it shall be the duty of said board to convene, at the earliest practicable moment, at such place as may be designated by the President, for the purpose of determining, by actual tests, the strength and value of all kinds of iron, steel, and other metals wbich may be submitted to them or by them procured, and to prepare tables which will exhibit the strength and value of said materials for constructive and mechanical purposes, and to provide for the building of a suitable machine for establishing such tests : Provided, That no officers in the pay of the Government shall be entitled to, or receive, any additional compensation by reason of any services rendered in connection with this board; but one of the civil experts shall act

eurrency, and for ortoint the following borrintendent, $3,500; book-keeper at $200

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.................. $26, 139, 350 03 as secretary of the board, and shall be entitled, under this act to such compensation as the President may deem proper and fit: Provided, That not more than $15,000 of the sum herein provided shall be used for the expenses of such board.

Sec. 5. To enable the Executive Departments of the Government and the Smithsonian Institution to participate in the International Exhibition of 1876, the following soms are hereby appropriated, namely: For the Interior Department, $115,000 ; for the Treasury Department, $5,000; for the Post-Office Department, $5,000; for the Agricultural Depart. ment, $50,000; for the Smithsonian Institution, $67,000; for the United States Commission of Food Fishes, $5,000; for the War Department, $133,000; for the Navy Department, $100,000; for show-cases, shelving, stationery, postage, telegrams, expressage, and other necessary incidental expenses, $25,000; in all, $505.000; to be disbursed under the direction of the board on Executive Departments appointed in pursuance of the presidential order of January 23, 1874 .....

505, 000 00 And authority is hereby given to the heads of the several Executive Departments to display at the International Exhibition of 1876, under such conditions as they may prescribe, subject to the provisions of section 7 of the act of June 1, 1872, all such articles in store or under the control of said Departments as may be necessary or desirable to render such collection complete and exhaustive: Provided, That whould it become neces. sary to erect any building or part of a building for said exhibition, on the part of the Gov. ernment, the same shall be paid for, pro rata, out of the sums appropriated to the several De. partments, the United States Commission of Food Fishes and the Treasury and Post-Office Departments excepted, the cost of the building not to exceed $150,000; and at the close of the exhibition said building shall be sold and the proceeds covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts: And provided further, That the sums hereby appropriated shall cover the entire expense to which the United States Government shall be subjected on ac. count of said exhibition, except the sum appropriated in this act for printing the certificates of stock of said exhibition; and the board on Executive Departments is forbidden to expend any larger sum than is set down herein for each Department, or to enter into any contract or engagement that shall result in any such increased expenditure; and no money shall be taken by any Department for the purposes of this exhibition as aforesaid from any other appropriations except the one hereby made: And further provided, That of the sum hereby appropriated the sum of $200,000 shall be immediately available.

SEC. 6. That section 25 of the Revised Statutes prescribing the time for holding elections for Representatives to Congress is hereby modified so as not to apply to any State that has not yet changed its day of election, and whose constitution must be amended in order to effect a change in the day of the election of State officers in said State.

Sec. 7. That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay, when discharged, one month's pay to such clerks and employés in the Executive Departments in Washington, D. C., &s shall be discharged at the close of the present fiscal year, without fault on their part, but by reason of the reductions made necessary by the legislation of the present session of Congress : Provided, That the amount paid under this section shall be deducted from the salary of any person receiving the same who shall be re-appointed within six months of the date of such discharge ; and so much money as is necessary is hereby ap. propriated.............................................................. .............. Indefinite.

SEC. 8. That in any action now pending, or which may be brought against any person for or on account of anything done by him while an officer of either House of Congress in the discharge of his official duty, in executing any order of such House, the district attorney for the district within which the action is brought, on being thereto requested by the officer *#0-d, shall enter an appearance in behalf of such officer; and all provisions of the eighth section of the act of July 28, 1866, entitled "An act to protect the revenue, and for other purposes," and also all provisions of the sections of former acts therein referred to, so far as the same relate to the removal of suits, the withholding of executions, and the paying of judgınents against revenue or other officers of the United States, shall become applicable to such action and to all proceedings and matters whatsoever connected therewith, and the defense of such action shall thenceforth be conducted under the supervision and direction of the Attorney-General.

SEC. 9. That the Secretary of State shall cause the statuteg at large enacted by each Congress, which sball be edited and printed pursuant to the provisions of section 7 of the act entitled "An act for publication of the Revised Statutes and the laws of the United States," approved June 20, 1874, to be stereotyped and offered for sale in the same manner and on the same terms as is provided in and by section 9 of said act herein mentioned in respect to the laws of each session of Congress. That the provisions of section 2 of the act entitled "An act providing for the distribution of the Revised Statutos," approved February 18. 1875, sball apply to the statutes at large enacted by each Congress and to the laws of each session of Congress, to be published pursuant to said act of June 20, 1874, in the same manner as if specially mentioned therein. That the Congressional Printer be, and he is Thereby, directed, in causing to be printed and bound an edition of the laws at the close of the session for the use of the Senate and the House of Representatives, to print the same from the stereotype plates of the edition prepared under the direction of the Department of : State, with the index thereof; and so much of the act entitled "An act to expedite and regulate the printing of public documents, and for other purposes," approved June 25, 1864, as requires the preparation of an alphabetical index, under the direction of the Joint Com. mittee on Printing, be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

SEC. 10. That section 2688 of the Revised Statutes of the United States be amended by inserting at the end thereof as follows: "That hereafter the maximum compensation of each surveyor of customs, performing the duties of collectors of customs, shall be $5,000 a year, out of any and all fees and emolumeuts by him received."

SEC. 11. That the Secretary of the Treavury is hereby authorized, at such times as may 'be necessary, for the purpose of obtaining bonds for the sinking-fund, in compliance with #ections 3694 t, 3697, inclusive, of the Revised Statutes of the United States, to give publie

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...................................................1820. 644. 350 03 potice that he will redeem, in coin, at par, any bonds of the United States, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent., of the kind known as five-twenties; and in three months after the date of such public notice, the interest on the bonds so selected and called for payment shall cease.

SEC. 12. That it shall be the duty of the Commissioner of Patents to furnish, free of cost, one copy of the bound volumes of specifications and drawings of patents published by the Patent-Office to each of the Executive Departments of Government, upon the request of the head thereof.

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By the act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for fiscal years

ending June 30, 1875, and prior years, and for other purposes.

SENATE.

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For reporting proceedings and debates of the Senate to the close of the current fiscal year....
For clerks to committees and pages, $8,000; for labor, $15,000; for folding documents, $3,000 ;

for horses and wagons, $500. To enable the Clerk of the House to pay clerks of commit

tees of the House, $8,000, to be added to the contingent fund of the House.............
To make up deficiency for Capitol police for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, as follows:

For one captain, $88; for three lieutenants, at $200 each, $600; for twenty-seven privates,
at $184 each, $4,968 ; and three privates in charge of Botanic Garden, at $184 each, $552;
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay counsel fees in the case of J. B.
Stewart vs. James G. Blaine, J. B. Stewart vs. N. G. Ordway, and the habeas corpus
case of R. B. Irwin, namely: to William E. Chandler and A. J. Bentley, $1,500; Samuel
Shellabarger, $1,000; George P. Fisher, $1,000; and J. 0. Chephane, court-stenographer,
for reporting, $271.50 ; in all. $3.771.50; the same to be disbursed under the direction of
the Committee on Accounts, and to be added to the miscellaneous item of the contingent

fund of the House.......................................................................
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay the temporary clerks to commit-
tees their full compensation from January 20, 1874, to the 1st day of April, 1875, under the
resolution of the House of Representatives of December 9, 1873, $6,000, or so much thereof
as may be necessary ............
To enable the Select Committees on Political Affairs in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana,
to pay stenographers employed by them, as follows: For the Alabama committee, $3,500 ;
for the Mississippi committee, $1,800; for the Louisiana committee, $2,800; in all, $8,100;
to be paid upon accounts to be approved and certified by the chairmen of those committees
respectively ..................
For reporting proceedings and debates of the House of Representatives to the close of the cur.

rent fiscal year.......
For galary of the departmental telegraph operators at the Capitol from December 7. 1874.

to June 30, 1875, at $100 per month, one-half of the same to be paid by the Secretary of the
Senate to the operator for the Senate and one-half of the same to be paid by the Clerk of

the House to the operator for the House, a sufficient sum is hereby appropriated...........
For salary of the assistant postmaster of the House for the current fiscal year....
To enable the Clerk of the House to pay to the clerk to the Committee on Invalid Pensions

one month's extra compensation..
To enable the Clerk of the House to pay for extra clerical services in the Committee on War.

Claims rendered necessary by the reports of the Commissioners of Claims..................
For clerks to committees .........
For cartage ...........
For folding documents, including pay of folders in the folding-rooms and materials, $6,200 ;

and for folding-room under Doorkeeper, $10,000: Provided, That this amount shall be used

to pay additional folders in the Doorkeeper's department up to the 7th of December, 1875..
For two official reporters of committees ......
To the miscellaneous item of the contingent fund......
For paying-teller for the Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Representatives, $300 for the fiscal year

erding June 30, 1875, and $300 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876......
To enable the Clerk to pay the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House for the use of horses and car.
riages for the present and next fiscal years.....

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180 00

500 00 5, 300 00

737 00

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1, 247 83 10,000 00

600 00 1, 825 00

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

commissioners of the District of Columbia the amount paid by them on account of salaries of the commissioners of the District of Columbia, to January 1, 1875, $7,528.66 ; on account of salaries of assistant engineers, to January 1, 1875, $1,736.16; on account of expenses of the board of audit, including salaries of the clerks, &c., to January 1, 1875, $25,486.63; on account of printing and trimming three-sixty-five bonds, act

June 20th, $11,451.25..............
That for the purpose of paying for the erection and furnishing of the new school-building in

the city of Georgetown, District of Columbia, and for putting the grounds in order, there is
hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the
sum of $50,865, or so much thereof as may be necessary. The money hereby appropriated

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To pay a portion of the general expenses of the District of Columbia, to be expended by the commissioners of said District : For services rendered to the late board of public works, $28,619,68 ; for balance due on bills of

fire department for the years 1871 and 1872, $9,033.17; balance unpaid due to board of health
from District of Columbia, by act of said District legislative assembly of June 22, 1873,
$13,312,71 : Provided, That the board of audit for the District of Columbia be, and they are
hereby directed to receive and audit the claim of William Bowen for abating certain nuis-
ances, under a contract with the board of health of said District, for filling lots numbered 37,
38, 39, 42 and 43, in square numbered 545; and lots 1, 6, and 7, in square numbered 849; and
parts of lots numbered 1 and 2 in square north of square numbered 853; and lots 11 and
12 in square numbered 996; all in the city of Washington, and to report the same to Con.
gress at its next session. Estimated expenditures of board of audit from January ), 1875,
to June 1, 1875, $25,000 ; salaries of assistant engineers, from January 1, 1875, to June 1,

1875, $1,800; total ......
For annual repairs of the Reform-School buildings in the District of Columbia........
To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay the persons einployed to make a valuation of
Government property in the District of Columbia, under section 36 of the act approved
February 21, 1871, $2,500: Prorided, That no portion of this amount shall be paid except

for time actually employed in or about the making of said valuation......
For the Washington A queduct: For building dwelling and office for gate-keeper at the receiv.

ing reservoir........... For continuing, widening, and macadamizing road-way between the distributing reservoir

and the Great Falls .....

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

To pay the disbursing-clerk of the Department of State additional compensation for disburg

ing moneys appropriated for the building now being erected for use of the State, War, and Navy Departments, for the fiscal year 1875..

For publishing the laws of Congress in the newspapers for the fiscal year 1873, necessary to effect a transfer in accounts and involving no appropriation out of the Treasury, $15,000.

500 00

FOREIGN INTERCOURSE.

To effect a transfer of accounts in the State Department, involving no appropriation ont of the Treasury, viz: For salaries of consuls-general, consuls, vice-consuls, commercial agents, and clerks, for the fiscal year 1871, $3,253.97; and for salaries of consuls-general, consule, vice-consuls, commercial agents, and clerks, for the fiscal year 1872, $1,406.34 ; in ali 84,660.51 ; and for stationery, book.cases, arms of the United States, seals, presses, and flags, and payment of rent, freight, postage, and miscellaneous items, for the fiscal year 1872, $95.86; and for stationery, book.cages, arms of the United States, seals, presses, and flags, and payment of rent, freight, postage, and miscellaneous items, for the fiscal year 1873, $2.669.52: in all $2.765.38; and for salaries of interpreters to consulates in China, Japan,

and Siam, for the fiscal year 1874, 8838.78.
That the Secretary of State be, and he is hereby, authorized to rent, furnish, and keep suitable
buildings, with grounds appurtenant, at Peking, for the use of the legation in China, at an
annual cost not exceeding $5,000; that the period of such lease shall be for two or more
years, and with renewals, as the Secretary of State sball determine; and that the sum of
$5,000 is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated

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From the unexpended balance of the appropriation made in chapter 328 of the acts of the 1st

session of the 43d Congress, for the publication of the laws of Congress in newspaper and
pampblet form an amount not exceeding $6,000 is hereby appropriated to pay the balance
justly due to Little, Brown & Co., of Boston, and to secure to the Government the owner.
sbip and possession of the stereotype-plates of such laws now owned by said Little &
Brown .............................................................. ..................

The Clerk of the House of Representatives is authorized to send, until the 1st day of
December, 1875, sach public documents as are prescribed by law to be sent to the gover.
nors of States and Territories under his written frank free of charge through the mails.
To enable the Secretary of State to settle the adjusted accounts of Oscar Malmros, consul at

Pictou, $1,950.45, being for the fiscal year 1872; and C. Dunn, consul at Hakodadi, $267.99,
being for the same year; and C. H. Royce, consul at Prague, $68.86, being for the fiscal
year 1873; in all.....

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

INDEPENDENT TREASURY. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to effect a transfer of accounts, involving no appropriation, out of the Treasury, pamely :

For compensation. to designated depositaries for receiving, safely keeping, and paying out public moneys for the fiscal year 1871 and prior years, $2,342.09.

For contingent expenses under the act for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and dis. bursement of public moneys for the fiscal year 1874, $8,740.64.

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