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18 SIXTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3. 1917. Columbia, the cost of these purchases to befpaid from appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred an seventeen, as follows; D°“€¤°**°" °““°d’· Geological Survey: For topographic surveys, for geologic survc;·s,_for V investi ation of mineral resources of Alaska, for chemicaland physical researches, for preparation of illustrations, for preparation of report on mineral resources, for gauging streams, for purchase_of necessary books for the library, for engraving and {printing gpologic maps, and for to ographic surveys 0_ national orests. ureau of Mines: Generall expenses, for investigating mme accidents, for testing fuel, for mineral mining investigations, or investigations of petroleum and natural gas, for purchase, equipment, and operating of mme rescue cars, for expenses mining experiment stations. fiice of Indian Affairs: Surveying and allotting Indian reservations, and for irrigation, Indian reservations. General Land Office: Surveying the pulilic lands, for depredations on public timber, protecting pu lic lands, and _ so forth, for contingent expenses of land offices. _ _ _ mgL?‘*d °m°° Budd' General Land Office Building: For dismantling and rebuilding Shelving fw 1>¤¤¤¤¢¤- wooden shelving for the storage of patents, including necessary labor and material, $5,000, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eighteen.

·f,,§£m_ Courthouse, Washington, District of Columbia: For an additional

amount to provide temporary quarters by rental or otherwise for the courts, judges, and officials connected therewith, and for other offices, officials, and employees of the courthouse, Washington, District of Columbia, pending the reconstruction of the said co1u·thouse, Hscal year nineteen hundred and eighteen, $6,000, to be expended under the _ direction of the Superintendent of the Capitol Building and Grounds, ,,§,‘Q},{,,Q'°"‘ D‘S“*°‘° one-half to be paid out of the Treasury of the United States and one-half out of the revenues of the District of Columbia. B,‘f§?,g_ °‘ Clam Court of Claims Building: For labor, materials, furniture, and for Repalrsmtc. general re airs, to be expended under the direction of the Superintendent of) the Capitol Building and Grounds, $15,000, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eighteen. °°“"“g°°‘°’*’°"°°“· conrmeaxr Exrmzsns. S""“°“°"’· For stationery, including tags, labels, index cards, cloth-lined wrappers, and specimen bags, printed in the course of manufacture, and such printed envelo es as are not supplied under contracts made by the Postmaster General for the department and its several bureaus and offices, including offices in the field service under the General Land Office and the Office of Indian Affairs, $40,150. Public mas. GENERAL LAND ormcrz. §‘,f§,§§,Qg{,,, mms _Of the unexpended balance_ of the current appropriation of ¤fW<¤k· $400.000 for surveying the public lands there is mad)e available to and including June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seventeen, not to exceed the sum_ of $12,500 for the hire of clerks to bring up the arrears of office work in surveyors general’s offices upon returns of surve s fizlpd there;n, anal not tofexpleeclgtpp further sum of 5510,000 for tlie s aries o em oyees 0 the e surve `n service ra ` _ _ detailed to the general Land Office. yl g tempo my gr£f¤`lim°m P°°‘° The unexpended balance on June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and clzipgfgggppggagtcfor seventeen, remaining to the credit of the appropriation of $2,055.67, ve1.;s0,p.sir. authorized in the deficiency appropriation Act approved September eighth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, for the completion during the fiscal vear nineteen hundred and seventeen of the examination and _ classification of lands within the limits of the Northern Pacific grant Qng§;;§,;gj {gg; under the Act of July second, eighteen hundred and sixty?-four (Thirteenth Statutes, page three hundred and sixty-five), is made