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5].6 SIXTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 297. 1910. one thousand dollars; laborer in charge of water-closets in central portion of the Capitol, six hundred and sixty dollars; seven laborers for cleaning Rotunda, corridors, Dome, and old library portion ofCap1tol, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; two laborers m charge of public closets of the House of Representatives and in the terrace, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; bookkeeper and accountant, one thousand eight hundred dollars, and one stenographer at seven hundred and tweritiy dollars, both now authorized an _ paid from appropriations for ouse or Senate Office Buildings; rn all, twenty-nme ` `thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. Co¤¤¤s¤¤¢¤1>¢¤¤¤¤~ CONTINGENT nxmmsns, Dnranmnm or trim Iwrnmorz: The following sums, which shall be so apportioned as to prevent deficiencies · therein, namely: _ For- contingent GQBHSGS of the office of the Secretary of the Interior and the bureaus, offices, and buildings of the Interior Department, including six thousand five hundred dollars for the Civil Service Commission: For furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dr? goods, advertisinv, telegra hing, expressage, wagons and harness, ood and shoeing oft, horses, diagrams, awnings, constructing model and other cases and fumiture, and other absolutely necessary expenses, including fuel and light , typewriting machines and exchange o same, one hundred and fteen thousand dollars. suuemu-y,em. For stationery, including tags, labels, index cards, cloth-lined wrappers, and specimen bags, printed in the course of manufacture, and such printe envelopes as are not supplied under contracts made ` by the Postmaster-General, for the Department of the Interior and its several bureaus and offices, including not to exceed five thousand dollars for the Civil Service Commission, sixty-six thousand dollars. B°°*'~°“‘· For professional and scientific books, law books, and books to complete broken sets, periodicals, directories, and other books of reference relating to the business of the de artment, one thousand dollars of which sum two hundred and fifty dibllars may be used for the Civil Service Commission. ¤¢¤*· For rent of buildings for- the Department of the Interior, namely: For Geological Survey, twenty-nine thousand two hundred dollars; additional rooms for the engravinv and printing divisions of the Geological Survey, one thousand twollrundred dollars; rent of additional rooms for the Geological Survey, two thousand five hundred dollars; storage of documents one thousand dollars; Civil Service Commis- Snap, ten thousand dollars; in all, forty-three thousand nine hundred o ars. ~ For rent of basement of the addition to the main building of the Geological Survey, required for additional storage of documents, grips, and so forth, and for workroom, one thousand five hundred o ars. For rent of additional office accommodations for the Geological Survey in the main building of the survey, Washington, District of Columbia (formerly occupied by the Reclamation Service), three theriiipand dollars.d b I h Remcvin Parent e unexpende a ance of the appropriation for rent of rooms for °m°°° m°d5s' the fatent Office model exhibit iiipthe legislative, executive, and "°'·"~5·P°·”’•”‘- Ludicral appropriation Act, approved May twenty-second, nineteen undred and eight, which was reappropriated and made available during the iisca year nineteen hundred and ten, is hereby reapproprrated and made available during the fiscal year nineteen hundiired and eleven, for the expense of removing said Patent Office models to, gnclgtorrng the same in the subbagement of the Senate or House office ui ings. P¤¤¤¢¢¤¤=¤v¤ For postage stamps for the Department of the Interior and its bureaus, as reqrured under the Postal Union, to prepay posta e on - matter addressed to Postal Union countries, three thousand dcilars.