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294 FIFTY-FOURTH CON CHESS. Sess. I. Ch. 373. 1896. rn¤n¤g.s•.¤. To continue printing, engraving, and binding the iinal volumes of the v,Xf’§'{;,,{'§;,_§%j§°Q,f Eleventh Census, authorized by Act approved February twenty-third, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and by amendments thereto, to continue available until expended, two hundred and fifty thousand dolIars. R,,,,; For this amount to pay rent of first lloor of number five hundred and twelve Ninth street northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, known as the Inter-Ocean Building, from March fifth to tenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, inclusive, six days, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, twenty-five dollars. For rent of seventh lioor of the Inter-Ocean Building from March fifth to April seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, inclusive, one month and three days, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents. mgltztomn D¤1»rv POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. ctsmimmpnm. Conmncnnr EXPENSES: For telegraphing on account of the uscal years as follows: For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, three hundred and ilfty-seven dollars and twenty-seven cents. For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, six hundred and thrty-seven dollars and fifteen cents. P·>•¢·1••M¤·· oU·1* or 1*111-: POSTAL REVENUES. · ‘ '1‘ra¤·r¤¤*•¤¤•- MAH; •1*RANs1>0Biu1•IoN: For inland mail transportation by railroad routes, on account of the fiscal years as follows: For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one million one hundred and thirtyeight thousand dollars. — For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to pay amounts set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty- four and Senate Document Numbered Two hundred and sixty-eight ot _ this session, one hundred and twenty-one thousand four hundred and four dollars and seven cents. For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, to pay amount set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty-four and Senate Document Numbered Two hundred and sixtyeight of this session, ninety dollars and sixty-eight cents. iunwny pm-omce To pay the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Company for railway °“"· post-oliice car service on account of the ilscul year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two thousand four hundred and ninety dollars and fifty-two cents. Foreign ¤¤¤¤¤· FOREIGN mums: For balance due foreign countries, eighty thousand dollars. P¤•¢¤·•·*¢¤» Ctzvrrunssrion or rosrmssrnnsz For amounts to reimburse the postal revenues, being the amount retained by postmasters in excess of the appropriations, including the amounts set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty-four and Senate Document Numbered Two hundred and sixtyeight of this session, for the fiscal years as follows: · For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-ive, eightymine thousand four hundred and thirty-seven dollars and forty-seven cents. For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, six thousand three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and twenty-nine cents. cmtcmgmmmms. RENT OF GANGELING MAGHINES: To pay the amounts for rent of R°”*· canceling machines set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty four of this session, on account of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two thousand four hundred and fifty dollars and four cents. mgk mg u Pnnmxr TO Jour: W. Ross: That the Auditor for the I’ost·OtHce °Department be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to credit the account of John W. Ross, late postmaster at Washington, District of