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SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 204. 1922. 615 $1,600 each (one of whom shall be a stenographer), one $1,400, two at $1,200 each; four stenographers, at $1,200 each; chief messenger, $1,000; two assistant messengers, at $720 each; three firemen, at $720 each; three watchmen, at $720 each; elevator conductor, $720; two laborers, at $660 each; two charwomen, at $240 each; in all, $68,080. For_ auditors, and additional stenographers, when deemed neces- A“d‘°°”·°“· sary, m the Court of Claims, to be disbursed under the direction of the court, $12,000. For stationerg, court library, repairs, including repairs to bicycles, C°°°*”€°¤*°‘P°"$°& guelbegectric lig t, electric elevator, and other miscellaneous expenses, 6 6 . For reporting the decisions of the court and superintending the R°*’°"“”€ d°°“*°“s·
of the fiftgr-seventh volume of the reports of the Court of
` $1,000, to e paid on the order of the court to the reporter, R_S_ mlm p_ 3,, notwithstanding section 1765 of the Revised Statutes or section 2 V¤i·¥8.x>·205T of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial A propriation Act approved July 31, 1894, or section 6 of the Legislative, Executive, V<>¤·3M>~126· and Judicial Apprc;priation Act approved May 10, 1916. For custodian o the building occupied by the Court of Claims, §‘l§?f€§c°5&$,p_31L $500, to be §aid on the order o the court, notwithstanding section V°’~ '8»P·1°°· 1765 of the evised Statutes or section 3 of the Act of June 20, 1874. For printing and binding for the Court of Claims, $25,470. ,n§¤¤¢i¤¤ Md bind- TERBITORIAL COURTS. Terrltorialcourts. A1.AsKA: Four judges, at $7,500 each; four attomeys, $5,000 each; ·'¤°¤k¤·
- ¢gl5r , at $4,000 each; four clerks, at $3,500 each; in all,
Hawauz Chief justice, $7,500; two associate justices, at $7,000 Ijgzug- m each; in all, $21,500. _ ’ ` For judges of circuit courts, at $6,000 each, $42,000. uansmms, Drsrnrcr Arroawnrs, omnxs, AND orrnnn rzxrmvsns or U¤i*¤dS¤·¢¢S¤¤¤¤r¤~ Uxrrnn srarns comrrs. For salaries, fees, and expenses of United States marshals and and H, their deputies, including the office expenses of United States mar- PWM- shals in the District of Alaska, and hereafter the Attorney General shall pay the office expenses of United States marsha s in the District of Alaska from the appfolpriation, "Salaries, fees, and expenses of United States mars a and their deputies," services rendered in behalf of the United States or otherwise, services in Alaska in collecting evidence for the United States when so specially directed by the Attorne General, and maintenance, alteration, repair, and "¤¤*¢*¤=»D·¤- operation of livorse-drawn and motor-driven Slassenger-carrying vehicles used in connection with the transaction of e omcial business of the office of United States marshal for the District of Columbia, $2,275,000, and the Secretary of War is authorized and directed, if available, to deliver to the office of the United States marshal for the District of Columbia, without payment therefor, one p1assenger· _ carrying motor vehicle: Provided, That there shall be paid ereunder keeping 8,. any necessary cost of kee ing vessels or other propertyattached or *°°’¤°d '°$S°*S·•=*¤· libeled in admiralty in sudli amount as the court, on petition setting P di _ forth the facts under oath, may allow: Provided further, That marshals °' ”““bs‘S‘°“°°‘ and office deputy marshals (except in the District of Alaska) may be granted a r diem of not to exceed $4 in lieu of subsistence, instead of, but undiigr the conditions prescribed for, thedpresent allowance for __ actual expenses of subsistence: And provide jurtlwr, That from ?,,,'E}‘§l‘g§"'““‘ and after July 1, 1922, the salary of the United States marshal, United States District for Hawaii, shall be $3,000 per annum.