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FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 234. 1880. 239 expedition under the late Captain C. F. Hall, to be expended under the control of the Smithsonian Institution, eight thousand dollars. STATE DEPARTMENT. S ti a t o Depart- IDBD . To enable the Secretary of State to provide for the expenses of the Int ernational International Exhibition on the part of the United States Government E¤l*il> l $*0** el at Melbourne, Australia, in addition to the sum already appropriated {uQ£{°"‘“°· A“*‘ for said purpose, eight thousand dollars. r J"' For extra clerk hire and copying, two thousand dollars. Extra e1e¤·k liirc To enable the Secretary of State to purchase the manuscript of the m§,$gg.il`gg.,uu..- revised Consular Regulations prepared by A. B. Wood, Chief of the lar regzlations by Consular Bureau in the Department of State, and approved by the Sec- A- B- °°d· retary of State, for such sum, not exceeding three thousand dollars, as shall seem to him a fair price for the work; and to use for the payment of such purchase the appropriation already made by the act of Congress of January twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, 1879, cn. 2s, for the expenses of editing and revising the Consular Regulations. SM-. 20. 274- To pay Colonel R. C. Morgan, disbursing-clerk, Department of State, Co lonol 1<. 0. for postage paid by him on Congressional Records during the fiscal M¤*"g¤»**- year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, nine dollars and sixty-eight R“‘"‘l"‘““""""“· cents. FOREIGN 1N1*EReoUBsE. ` To adjust accounts under the appropriations for salaries, consular Salaries for conservice, as follows: wler ¤·¤rvi<=<·»- For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, eleven thou- Year 1819. sand three hundred and ninety-one dollars and thirty-four cents. For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, seven hundred and twenty-nine dollars and ninety-one cents. _ To adjust accounts under the appropriations for contingent expenses C<}**t***S°*** °*¤· of consulates, as follows: _ lg:;:" °f °°“°"' For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, twenty-one Y°*“187’- thousand eight hundred and forty-nine dollars and twenty-eight cents. For the nscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, fourteen thousand and seventy-six dollars and ninety-one cents. To pay drafts drawn on the Secretary of State by consular officers on DMU8- account of contingent expenses of consulates, being a denciency for the iiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, three thousand six hundred and forty dollars and seventy-eight cents. To refund to W. M. Patterson, managing owner of the American W- M-Pq·*·fv¤*¤¤. schooner J eiierson Borden, the amount of wages and extra wages erro- ;‘;{¥;g,Bd°* ""’“l=i""’ neously collected from said vessel by the collector of customs at Boston, ‘ October eighteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and covered into the Treasury April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and sixty-seven cents. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ummrnnnnm rnnnsnnx. Tégégsyp ° ** d*>**'¤ For checks and check-books for disbursing-officers and others, and 01l;<*<>l§» ¤h<*<>l<· certificates of deposit for offices of the Treasurer and assistant treasurer b°° “* °‘ and designated depositaries, six thousand dollars. ~ To reimburse the Treasurer of the United States for loss on recoinage , T*‘<‘·¤*§*E*`<>*“ M §=:** of silver coin at the mint at San Francisco, California, being on account Igdllgggfsénzjg; of the service of the flscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, ninety wm dollars and ninety-four cents. T 1 To reimburse the Treasurer of the United States for loss on worn and Phi1;3,;;,;;“'r3 uncurrent coins recoined at the mint of the United States at Philadelphia imbu,,,.,,,,,,,,i,’ y., · in July, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, being a deficiency for the 1880.