Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/55

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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 33. 1896. 25 not exceeding nve hundred thousand dollars of this appropriation may Ad*¤¤¤¤¤· be advanced to marshals, to be accounted for in the usual way, the residue to remain in the Treasury, to be used if at all, only in the payment of the accounts of marshals in the manner provided in section eight n.s.,¤se.sst,p.1•s1. hundred and fifty-six, Revised Statutes: Provided further, That here- Payment or ross, after all fees for United States Attorneys, Marshals, Clerks of Courts P°“*“* °°“°°· and Special Counsel necessarily employed in prosecuting civil suits instituted by the Auditor for the Post Office Department through the , Solicitor of the Treasury against the sureties on the oihcial bonds of late postmasters, as provided for by section two hundred and ninety- R-S·-¤<>¤-292·r-49- two, Revised Statutes of the United States, shall be paid from the appropriations for expenses of the United States Courts. For payment of fees and expenses of the United States marshals and deputies, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, two hundred and thirty thousand five hundred and seventythree dollars and thirty-four cents. For payment of United States district attorneys, the same being in fB£i°m°'° *•°*°¤·¤v’¤' payment of the regular fees provided by law for oihcial services, for the ` iiscal years as follows: For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars. · For eighteen hundred and ninety-ive, seventy two thousand four hundred and sixty one dollars and seven cents. For fees of clerks for the fiscal years as follows: C1°’k“' f°°“· For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, one hundred and fifty-five thousand dollars. For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, fifty-eight thousand five hundred and thirteen dollars and eighty-seven cents. For eighteen hundred and ninety-four, ten thousand one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and thirty-six cents. For fees of United States commissioners and justices of the peace C°’“”*i"*°“°’°"`°°°· acting as United States commissioners for the fiscal years as follows: For eighteen hundred and ninety-six, two hundred and forty thousand dollars. ' For eighteen hundred and ninety-five, seventy-five thousand eight hundred and thirty-six dollars and ninety-three cents. For eighteen hundred and ninety-four, eleven thousand six hundred and fifty-three dollars and twenty cents. For fees of jurors, two hundred thousand dollars. J“'°“‘ For fees of jurors, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-tive, one hundred and three dollars and forty-five cents. For fees of witnesses, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Wi°"°°'°°‘ For fees of witnesses, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-tive, thirty thousand seven hundred and twenty-two dollars and thirty-eight cents. For support of United States prisoners, including necessary clothing S“PP°"°*P’*“°“°"· and medical aid, and transportation to place of conviction or place of bona fide residence in the United States, and including support of prisoners becoming insane during imprisonment, as well before as after conviction, and continuing insane after expiration of sentence, who have no friends to whom they can be sent, three hundred and sixty- five thousand dollars. For rent of United States court rooms, fifty thousand dollars. R*’f‘Y°"°°“’°'°°'““· For pay of bailifts and criers, not exceeding three bailiffs and one B“1’f*°~°*°· crier in each court, except in the southern district of New York: Pro- §;•{';aFf;tteud&nc°_ vided, That all persons employed under section seven hundred and nf- 1:. s., sac.715,p. iss. teen of the Revised Statutes shall be deemed to bein actual attendance when they attend upon the order of the courts: And provided further, _ That nosuch person shall be employed during vacation; of expenses "°°““°”· of district judges directed to hold court outside of their districts, and judges of the circuit courts of appeals; of meals and lodgings for jurors in United States cases, and of bailiils in attendance upon the same, when ordered by the court ; and of compensation for jury commissioners,