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INTERNATIONAL (WATER) BOUNDARY COMMISSION, UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.

Mexican Water Boundary Commission
Vol. 24, p. 1011.
Vol. 26, p. 1512.
To enable the commission to continue its work under the treaties of eighteen hundred and eighty-four and eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, ten thousand dollars.

INTERNATIONAL BUREAU AT BRUSSELS FOR REPRESSION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE.

Bureau for repression of African slave trade.
Vol. 27, p. 917.
To meet the share of the United States in the expenses of the special bureau created by article eighty-two of the general act concluded at Brussels, July second, eighteen hundred and ninety, for the repression of the African slave trade and the restriction of the importation into and sale in a certain defined zone of the African continent of firearms, ammunition, and spirituous liquors, for the year nineteen hundred and five, one hundred dollars.

INTERNATIONAL PRISON COMMISSION.

International Prison Commission.For subscription of the United States as an adhering member of the International Prison Commission, and the expenses of a commissioner, including preparation of reports, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

INTERNATIONAL GEODETIC ASSOCIATION FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF THE EARTH.

International Geodetic Association.To enable the Government of the United States to pay, through the American embassy at Berlin, its quota as an adhering member of the International Geodetic Association for the Measurement of the Earth, one thousand five hundred dollars.

REPAIRS TO LEGATION AND CONSULAR PREMISES.

Repairs to legations and consulates.To enable the Secretary of State to keep in repair the legation and consular premises owned by the Government of the United States and occupied by its agents, five thousand dollars.

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS.

Bureau of American Republics.Commercial Bureau of American Republics, thirty-six thousand dollars: Provisos
Use of receipts from other Republics, sales, etc.
Provided, That any moneys received from the other American Republics for the support of the Bureau, or from the sale of the Bureau publications, from rents, or other sources shall be paid into the Treasury as a credit in addition to the appropriation, and may be drawn therefrom upon requisitions of the Secretary of State for the purpose of meeting the expenses of the Bureau: And provided further, That the Public Printer be, and is hereby, authorized to print an edition of the Monthly Bulletin.Monthly Bulletin, not to exceed five thousand copies, for distribution by the Bureau every month during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five.

INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF THE PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION.

International Bureau of Permanent Court of ArbitrationTo meet the share of the United States in the expenses for the year nineteen hundred and three of the International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, created under article twenty-two of the convention concluded at The Hague, July twenty-ninth, Vol. 32, p. 1793.eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, for the pacific settlement of international disputes, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.