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18 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Srass. I. Ch. 33. 1896. not otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and for other objects hereinafter stated, namely: P¤l>1i¤Pri¤*¤r- OFFICE OF PUBLIC PRINTER. rr. 1., srmm. To pay H. L. Strawn for services rendered by him as inspector of s°"‘°°°· paper and material in the Government Printing Office from March · seventeenth to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-ive, five hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty-three cents. mP:i:gfP¤mS¤d PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. P Far plginting andflaindin g, to be executed under the direction of the u 'c rinter as o ows: Depumnsnt of Ju- For the Department of Justice, three thousand dollars. For the "°3,,.,i.,g;.,,; sway, United States Geological Survey, namely: For printing advance copies V<>l·28·r·°°°· of papers on the economic resources of the United States, as provided in the sundry civil Act of March second, eighteen hundred and ninety- Eve, four thousand dollars. For printing five hundred thousand copies Agriwimn at- of Part two, of the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture tor l’°{f;,_ ,,,,_,,_ uz the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, as required by section seventy- three of the Act entitled, “An Act providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents! approved J anugryl twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, three hundred thousand o ars. 5***** D¢P¤*¤°¤*- STATE DEPARTMENT. FonErGN INTERCOUBSE. 1¤*·•r¤¤¢ie>¤e1B•¤¤•i- To enable the International Boundary Commission a int d d }Z§,€°;':'“"'98°”’6 lf_:` the conventions of July twentyninth, eighteen hundred EEE ei gghtyvtwbl, zag? i M_ P- = 0 · and February eighteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, to complete 5 I the survey and re-marking of the boundary between the United States wgrfygm on ¤ r<=— and Mexico by the preparation of the manuscr1pts,1ncluding tables and results, for the Joint report, together with a map of the survey covering a belt of territory two and one-half miles wide on the American side of the boundary, to be incorporated with_a similar map of the Mexican terrrtoryprepared by the Mexican section of the Commission; also the preparation of the special reports of the American section, including astronomical and geodetrc tables and results, and a geographical map, a work requiring the employment of expert draftsmen, a clerk, the rent pliélarnrpmce, and the expenses of the Commissioners, twenty thousand T¤ky¤.J¤i>e¤- _ For lthe purchase subject to a ground rent of t d' 1; V ,,,§f§§f:,‘§?°"l°‘"°‘°“ hundred dollars per, annum, from the Imperial J arilatiredd (Gcdverrtdmegrt of the present building and site occupied by the United States legation at Tokyo, sixteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. rm. ation or For payment of cost of transportation furnished b fl ‘“"'° “°¥:’T“°" companies in connection with thefailure of the schemb Fgthdcdldnigg gonbof negroes in Mexico, necessitating their return to their homes in air ?.§“B..‘1f;.§°i‘§°..f.€I’.1’‘2£ ‘§’.$§FL3"6‘“ ‘t°’“3‘” i°”fi’“ by “"° ""°“" _ neunrean'-° ii thousand and eighty-seven dollars and nine cents. Sixty mm, V0 mWé¥m:r_ The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to pay;) to Matt W. Ransom, gut of the appropriation for “Salaries of am assadors and ministers, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, the sum of two thousand eight hundred and six dollars and fortyeight cents, being the amount of the salary of the minister to Mexico from July iirst, to August twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, during which period he performed the duties of minister to Mexico and has received no compensation therefor.