FORTYJFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 86, 88. 1876. 4] CHAP. 86.-—An act to protect the public property, turf and grass of the Capitol April 29, 1876. · Grounds from injury. —····l·" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be the duty of the USB OY Capitol Capitol police hereafter to prevent any portion of the Capitol grounds ifggggs “” Pl"'?" andterraces from being used as play-grounds or otherwise, so far as may g S' , be necessary to protect the public property, turf and grass from destruction or injury. Approved, April 29, 1876. CHAP. .—An act makin e ro ma ions o sn l deficiencies in the a- iations fcgghe fiscal years esdirig) Jhne thirtigth, eiglibteeii hundred and ;e?gnlt(yI3:ix, and for prior years, and for other purposes. ‘ Post,pp.225,363. 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 lpeucieuey approthey are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not \’“““°"· otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the Government for the iiscai year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, and for iormer years and for other purposes, uamely:—HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. For the following sums necessary for completing tho service of the C,,,.mg,.,_ present nscai year, namely :—-For cartage, seven hundred and thirty- seven dollars and fifty cents. _ For folding documents, including pay of folders and materials, twenty F¢>ldi¤2 <l<><=¤- thousand dollars. “‘°““• °‘°· For furniture, and repairs of the same, one thousand seven hundred F¤¤¤i¢¤¤>· and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous items, sixty thousand dollars: Provided, That wit- _ Mi¤¢<>U*"¤°°“·* nesses residing in the District of Columbia and not in the service of the ‘*°I'Q“gv,8O government of said District or of the United States, who shall be sum- Wit,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.0,,,;. moned to give testimony before any committee of the House of Repre- ing m Dist. oi'Col. sentatives, shall not be allowed exceeding two dollars for each dny’s attendance before said committee. For wages of certain messengers, folders, and laborers under the Dem-kcepm·>s em. Doorkeeper of the House, eight hundred and fourteen dollars and forty P]‘*YéS- cents. For amount due William M. Long for services under the Doorkeeper WillinmM.Long. during the months of July and August, eighteen hundred and seventy- four, two hundred and twenty-three dollars and twenty cents. To defray the expenses of the investigation into the late elections in I¤Y¤¤¤g¤iiQ¤¤ _<>i“ Mississippi, as authorized by a resolution of the Senate adopted March :}““g‘°"*‘ “‘ M‘“""" thirty-first, eighteen hundred and seventysix, ten thousand dollars ; pp' and the disbursing officer of the Senate shall advance such parts of Advmcgs ,0,,,,,, said sum, to the Sergeantat-Arms of the Senate, as the chairman of mpmbyssrgsmasaid committee shall in writing direct for the purposes aforesaid , and at-Arms of Senate. the Sergeant-at—Arms shall, as soon as may be, make a detailed report of the expenditures thereof, with proper vouchers, which, when so made, shall be received by said disbursing-ofiiccr and returned with his accounts to the proper officer of the Treasury Department. SENATE. For compensation of Senators for the fiscal year eighteen hundred C<>mP¤¤¤¤*i*>¤· and seventyfive, eighty three dollars and nineteen cents. · For the payment of mileage, for actual travel only, to Senators who Mums6- took their seats at the session of the Senate convened on the fifth day of March, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, by proclamation of the President, and who were not members of the previous Congress, six thousand three hundred and thirty-six dollars.
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