Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 20.djvu/35

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10 FORTY·FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 3. 1877. P¤¤t··r¤¤w maps- For preparation and publication of post·route maps, five thousand dollars; to be paid out of the revenues of the Post-Otlice Department for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight. Intern ation al To defray the expenses of delegates to be sent to represent the United P°¤*¤l C°¤g*`¤¤¤· States in the International Postal Congress, to be convened in the city of Paris, in France, in the spring of eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, four thousand dollars: Provided, That the Vice-President, Senators, Representatives, and Delegates in Congress, the Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the House of Representatives may send and D¤¤¤••¤¢•·*¤'>14¤•¤W receive through the mail free all public documents printed by order of f"°"·_ Congress, and in the manner provided by section seven of the “ act esf§’g{affi·3gg3· tablishing post-roads, and for other purposes,” approved March third, `"eighteen hundred and seventy-seven. EXECUTIVE. Contingent ex- For contingent expenses of the Executive Office, namely: For pur- P°¤¤¤¤· chase of new books for the library and rebinding old books, five hundred dollars; for stationery not to include record books two thousand dollars; for purchase carpet for office, five hundred dollars; for expense of telegrams, three hundred dollars; thr office furniture and repairs of old furniture, five hundred dollars; for miscellaneous items and contingencies, `seven hundred dollars; in all, tour thousand five hundred dollars. SENATE. Mileage- For the payment of mileage, for actual travel only, to Senators who took their seats at the session of the Senate convened on the fifth day of March, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, by proclamation of the‘ President, and who were not members of the previous Congress, six thousand five hundred dollars. cmistiancnritz- To pay Christian Chritzman for services as messenger to the Comm¤¤- mittee on Appropriations from the fifth day of March last to the thir- ~ tieth day of June, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, inclusive, at the rate of fourteen hundred and forty dollars per annum, nineteen hundred and five dollars and sixty-tive cents. Clerk to commit- To pay the clerk to the committee to audit an_d control the contingent me on contingent expenses of the Senate from the first day of July to the fourteenth day °XP°”“°**· of October, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, inclusive, six hundred and thirty-six dollars. Furniture. For furniture and repairs of furniture, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, fifteen dollars; and for the fiscal year eighteen hnndirted and spventy-eight, nine thousand dollars; in all, nine thousand an teen 1 dollars. Folding. For materials for folding, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, twenty-two dollars and seventy-five cents. _ Miscellaneous For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, as follows, namely: For

    • °*¤¤· the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, forty-four dollars; for

the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, seven hundred dollars; and for the Hscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, tive zlhcpsand dollars; in all, five thousand seven hundred and forty-four o ars. Capitol police- To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay those members of the Capitol police force who were discharged by reason of the reduction of force made by the legislative act approved An gust fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, from the tirst to t.he fifteenth of September of phat year, both gays inclusive, five hundred and thirty-three dollars and wen y-nine cen s. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. _ To enable the Clerk of the House to pay, in accordance with the directipplingthe following stated resolutions of the House of Representatives,