Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/483

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FIFTY-Foonrn ooxennss. sms. 1. on. 420. 1800. 453 For the Smithsonian Institution, for printing labels and blanks, and for the *‘Bulletins" and annual volumes of the “Proceedings" of the National Museum, the editions of which shall not be less than three thousand copies, and binding scientinc books and pamphlets presented ` go Hind acquired by the National Museum Library, twelve thousand o ars. For the United States Geological Survey as follows: For engraving the illustrations necessary for the report of the Director, seven thousand dollars; For engraving the illustrations necessary ior the monographs and bulletins, ten thousand dollars; For printing and binding the monographs and bulletins, twenty thousand dollars: Provided, That hereafter the reports of the Geologi- §;‘,;"‘?°· Stmmm cal Survey in relation to the gauging of streams and to the methods of pormging ` utilizing the water resources may be printed in octavo form, not to . exceed one hundred pages in length and five thousand copies in num- _ ber; one thousand copies of which shall be for the official use of the D'"'“’““°"· Geological Survey, one thousand five hundred copies shall be delivered to the Senate, and two thousand five hundred copies shall be delivered to the House of Representatives, for distribution. For the Department of Justice, nine thousand dollars. For the Post-Otlice Department, exclusive of the Money-Order Office, one hundred and ninety-tive thousand dollars. For the Department of Agriculture, including ten thousand dollars for the Weather Bureau, eighty-five thousand dollars. For the Department of Labor, seven thousand dollars. For the Supreme Court of the United States, seven thousand dollars. For the supreme court of the District of Columbia, one thousand five hundred dollars. For the Court of Claims, twelve thousand dollars. For the Library of Congress, twelve thousand dollars. For the Executive Office, two thousand dollars. For printing and binding the annual report of the Secretary of *§l{)'§g‘g**“{g',I*°P°"*~ Agriculture, as required by the Act approved January twelfth, eight-`p` " een hundred and ninety-six, three hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. And no more than an allotment of one half of the sum hereby pr};mjj°¤ of ¤Pl>*¤~ appropriated shall be expended in the first two quarters of the iiscal ` year, and no more than one-fourth thereof may be expended in either of the last two quarters of the fiscal year, except that, in addition thereto, in either of said last quarters, the unexpended balances of allotments for preceding quarters may be expended: l’ror·i¢led, That grvpovit 1 the amount herein specified for printing and binding the annual report .,,c§§t§If_ "" R°"°" of the Secretary of Agriculture, as required by the Act approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, shall not be included in said allotments. To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the law L°“*°* °‘ “"$°¤°°· granting thirty days’ annual leave to the employees of the Government Printing Office, one hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. The employees of the Government Printing Office, whether employed Reguhrionofleavesby the piece or otherwise, shall be allowed leaves of absence with pay to the extent of not exceeding thirty days in any one iiscal year under such regulations and at such times as the Public Printer may designate at the rate of pay received by them during the time in which said leave was earned; but such leaves of absence shall not be allowed to accumu- I Ngiiccumumuon ::1- late irom year to year. Such employees as are engaged on piecework " ‘ shall receive the same rate of pay for the said thirty days’ leave as will be paid to day hands: Provided, That those regularly employed on the €¤¤j¤¤¤-_ I Rc Congressional Record shall receive leave, with pay, at the close of each c.,,3’§§;°{Z}{§Q’§_ °‘ session. pro rata for the time of such employment: And provi ded further, That it shall be lawful to allow pay for pro rata leave to those servin g rmmmieavee fractional parts of a year; also to allow pay for pro rata leave of absence