282 FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 277, 311. 1892. rmonsmmeitamns. Provided further, That this act shall not apply to any person not a
- °°“· ”· *2** citizen of the United States.
nm. Sec. 2. That pensions under this act shall be at the rate of eight dollars per month, and payable from and after the passage of this act, for and during the natural lives of the persons entitled thereto. rm:. SEO. 3. That before the name of any person shall be placed on the pension roll under this act, proof shall be made, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, of the right runny my ruse of the applicant to a pension; and any person who shall falsely and '“'°*“"g* °°°‘ corruptly take any oath required under this act shall be deemed guilty of perjury; and the Secretary of the Interior shall cause to be stricken from the pension roll the name of any person whenever it shall be made to appear by proof satisfactory to him that such name was put upon such roll through false and fraudulent representations, and that such rim or amrmge person is not entitled to a pension under this act. The loss of the cer-
- °*`**“°’“ "°"°'”“· tificate of discharge shall not deprive any person of the benefits of this
act, but other evidence of service performed and of an honorable discharge may be deemed sufficient. FM w epvly to Mr- SEO.—4. That this act shah not apply to any person who is receiving ""' P"m°"°"‘ a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month or more, nor to any person receiving a pension of less than eight dollars per month, except for the difference between the pension now received (if less than eight dollars per month) and eight dollars per month. Pension laws =1>1>1i· Sec. 5. That the pension laws now in force, which are not inconsis- "“‘m°‘ tent or in conflict with this act, are hereby made a part of this act, so far as they may be applicable thereto. I-<>y¤1¤y· Sec. 6. That section forty-seven hundred and sixteen of the Revised KS··¤°°· *”°·1*’*°· Statutes is hereby repealed, so far as the same relates to this act or to pensioners under this act. Approved, July 27, 1892. CRA?- —An act’ations su l ’ cies in the
approprmtiolntfor the Hseallgylfadrngwdigrlggglihle thirtietli), eighltgn lldgdlixld and ninety-
two, and for prior years, an for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rareeentatives of the United rgggs nciu *PP'°‘ States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and Pthe same are hereby, appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the iiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and for prior years, and for other objects hereinafter stated, namely: =S¤·¤>1>¤v¤¤¤¤¤¤¤- STATE DEPARTMENT. I·`·»rcis¤i¤r¤w¤¤r¤¢· _ FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. camgpt dmnmms SALARIES, CHARGES D’AFFAIRES An INTERIM: To pay amounts "" °""""‘· found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries charges d’atIaires ad interim for the ilscal year eighteen hundred and ninety- one, five thousand five hundred and five dollars and thirty-one cents. ecnslinursuinaes. SALABIES, OONSULAR SERVICE! To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries, consular service, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety, one thousand four hundred and one dollars and sixty-seven cents. _Qousular otllcersnot SALARIES, CONSULAR OFFICERS NOT CITIZENS: To pély 3.l1]0\lI1lE "“"‘"" found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries, consular officers not citizens,for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, six thousand efght hundred and forty-eight dollarsand twenty-tive cents. To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries, consular officers not citizens, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety, two thousand one hundred and ninety-five dollars and thirty-six cents.