Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/54

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24 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 33. 1896. arrangements in which their proper care, support, and education shall be in exchange for their labor, eight thousand dollars. _ Fl¤*¤¤¤¤ C¤¤=¤¤· ELEVENTH CENSUS: For salaries, rents, and necessary expense in Ex°°”°°‘ continuing the work of compiling the results of the Eleventh Census, to continue available until exhausted, hfteen thousand dollars. nepmmmter Jus- DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. tice. Clerk in cimge <>f For additional salary of clerk in charge of accounts, four hundred °°°°`"‘t°' dollars. 0•>¤¢i¤:¢¤t·¤P°¤¤¤¤· For stationery, six hundred dollars. For official transportation, Department of Justice, including purchase, keep, and shoeing of animals, and purchase and repair of wagons and harness, eight hundred dollars. ximg. To pay amounts found due by the accounting ofiieers of the Treasury Iuaveiaugexpeuses. on account of the appropriation for traveling expenses of the judge, marshal, and attorney for the Territory of Alaska, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two hundred and two dollars. nausea. To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation for rent of offices, and incidental expenses, for the marshal, district attorney, commissioners, Territory of Alaska, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred and twelve dollars. MISCELLANEO US. nemeing suits m DEFENDING- SUITS IN CLAIMS AGAINST UNITED STATES: For °1“"”°· defraying the necessary expenses incurred in the examination of witnesses and procuring of evidence in the matter of claims against the United States and in defending suits in the Court of Claims, including the payment of such expenses as in the discretion of the Attorney- · General shall be necessary for making proper defense of the United cJ;¤¤h ¤P·>H¤*¤i°¤ States in the matter of the French spoliatiou claims, to be expended ' under the direction of the Attorney-General, seven thousand five hundred dollars. Juuicm. JUDICIAL. 1¤;1i¤¤T¤rri¢¤ry To pay the salaries and expenses of the judges, district attorneys, °°“ "‘ assistant district attorneys, marshals, deputy marshals, clerks, deputy clerks, commissioners, and constables of the United States courts in James v. winner. the Indian Territory, including the salary due James V. Walker resigned as district attorney of the central district of the Indian Territory from April first eighteen hundred and ninety-hve to July eighth eighteen hundred and ninety-five inclusive at the rate of four thou- L¤¤¤i¤¤1·-S¢<>v¤- sand dollars per annum. And the salary due Lucius L. Stowe now deceased as Marshal of the southern district of the Indian Territory from April third eighteen hundred and ninety-five to July twenty- seventh eighteen hundred and ninety-five, inclusive at the rate of four thousand dollars per annum, being a deficiency to the appropriation for the service of the fiscal years eighteen hundred and ninety-five and eighteen hundred and ninety-six, two hundred and ten thousand dollars. Lgguglqr Private Counr or Pmvxrn Lxun CLAIMS: That the unexpended balance v,,;_z§§'§;,.,_ of the appropriation of sixteen thousand dollars made for salaries and expenses of the Court of Private Land Claims, in the legislative appropriation Act approved July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety- four, is hereby continued available for the same purposes until June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. UnitedStatescourts. UNITED STATES COURTS. . M¤¤*¤¤¤¤` fm- For payment of the fees and expenses of the United States marshals Prvvisvs. and deputies, nine hundred and sixty thousand dollars: Provided, That