Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 27.djvu/688

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662 FIFTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. II. OH. 210. 1893. P¤Y·{··=¤* ¤* ·=m¤*¤ For payment of certain legal counsel as set forth in House Executive °°°"°°Document Numbered One hundred and ninety-three, Fifty-second Con A- R- English. ¤=- gress, second session, except the claim of A. R. English, three thousand °°’°°°‘ five hundred dollars. ¤1¤rl¤¤’f¤¤¤- FEES on oLE1zxs: To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for fees of clerks, United States courts, ior the fiscal years as follows: For eighteen hundred and ninety-three, ninety-three thousand dollars. For eighteen hundred and ninety-two, fifty thousand dollars. 0ommis¤io¤ers’fees. FEES OF COMMISSIONERS: To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for fees of commissioners, United States coiu·ts, for the iiscal years _ as follows: - For eighteen hundred and ninety-three, one hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars. For eighteen hundred and ninety-two, sixty-five thousand dollars. J”’°”' M- FEES or J UEOES: For fees of jurors, United States courts, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, twenty-five thousand dollars. “§¤rr¤¤ M r¤=·>¤¤ Surronr or Pmsonnns: For support of United States prisoners, including necessary clothing and medical aid and transportation to place of conviction, and including support of prisoners becoming insane during imprisonment and continuing insane after expiration of sentence, who have no friends to whom they can be sent, being for deficiencies on account of fiscal years as follows: For eighteen hundred and ninety~three, one hundred and sixty-five thousand doHars. For eighteen hundred and ninety-two, sixty-one thousand three hundred and fifty-seven dollars and eighty-three cents. For eighteen hundred and ninety, eighteen dollars and forty-seven cents. For eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, eighty-three dollars and fifty cents. For eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one hundred and twenty- nine dollars. For eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, twenty-eight dollars and twenty cents. For eighteen hundred and eighty-six, fifty-seven dollars and ’dfty»tive cents. B¤¤1¤`¤· vrierwc- PAY on BA1LmFs: For pay of bailiiis and criers, not exceeding three bailiifs and one crier in each court, except in the southern district of New York; of expenses of district judges directed to hold court outside of their districts; of meals and lodging for jurors in United States cases when ordered by court; of compensation for j1u·y commissioners, five dollars per day, not exceeding three days for any one term of court, being for deficiencies on account of fiscal year as ibllows: For eighteen hundred andminety-three, forty thousand dollars. umunanwm. IWISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES: For payment of such miscellaneous expenses as may be authorized by the Attorney-General, including the employment of janitors and watchmen in rooms or buildings rented for the use of courts, and of interpreters, experts, and stenographers; of furnishing and collecting evidence where the United States is or may be a party in interest, and moving of records, being for deficiencies on account of fiscal years as follows: For eighteen hundred and ninety-three, fifty-[ive thousand dollars For eighteen hundred and seventy-six, forty-one dollars. 1 For eighteen hundred and seventy-tive, seven hundred and nine dollars. For eighteen hundred and seventy-three, forty dollars. For eighteen hundred and seventy-two, forty-two dollars and fifty cents. For eighteen hundred and seventy-one, fourteen dollars and fifty cents. For eighteen hundred and seventy, forty-two dollars and fifty cents.