Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/608

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578 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cris. 265, 267. 1897. v¤rzs,p.2o4. Illinois, as authorized by the Act of July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, three thousand dollars. _ _ °°;j_{;g;gf;;° *"*'k· Cozumrssromm Ynrnowsronn PARK: For salary of commissioner vn zs, nu; provided for in the Act to protect the birds and animals in Yellowstone _ _ National Park and to punish crimes in said park, approved May seventh, °fP;§}’_}f;§§;,§;Qf f§§”§ eighteen hundred and ninety-four, one thousand dollars; and the prow impair ¤¤1¤ry- visions of section twenty-one of an Act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the iiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety- seven, and for other purposes, approved May twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, shall not be construed as impairing the right of said commissioner to receive said salary as herein provided. · 0<>¤r¤ ¤for1¤¤¤· Cormrr on CLAms: For salaries of five judges of the Court of Claims, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk, two thousand dollars; bailiih one thousand five hundred dollars; five clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; and one messenger; in all, thirty-tive thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. Contingent expenses- For stationery, books, fuel, light, and other miscellaneous expenses, three thousand dollars. R¤x¤>r¤i¤a;¢1¤¤i¤¤¤¤¤· For reporting the decisions of the court and superintendin g the printing of the thirty-second volume of the reports of the Court of Claims, to be paid on the order of the court, one thousand dollars; said sum to B-S··¤¤¤·17°5·P·i”·*· be paid to the reporter, notwithstanding section seventeen hundred and Vol-1S.p.1<>¤· sixty-five of the Revised Statutes, or section three of the Act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, chapter three hundred and twentyeight. mm nf pay,|esist· Sino. 2. That the pay of assistant messengers, iiremen, watchmen, m’;}°{;,_°“°"*°"‘· “"°' laborers, and charwomen provided for in this Act, unless otherwise specially stated, shall be as follows: For assistant messengers, firemen, and watchmen, at the rate of seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; for laborers, at the rate of six hundred and sixty dollars _ per annum each, and for charwomen, at the rate of two hundred and forty dollars per annum each. Mvmyn wid i¤¢<• Sec. 3. Section nine hundred and ninety-six of the Revised Statutes °"“"‘ of the United States is hereby amended to read as follows: ones.- of with- “SEO. 996. No money deposited as aforesaid shall be withdrawn '*';*{f"gl· M_,,,, P_ ,8,, except by order of thejudge or judges of said courts respective] y, in term nnenaéa.or in vacation, to be signed by such judge or judges, and to be entered and certified of record by the clerk; and every such order shall state _“}}{;;{£¤=;1 ·p;¤¤;·:; the cause in or on account of which it is drawn. And it shall be the ,.,,,§,,,_ °‘ duty of the judge or judges of said courts, respectively, to cause any moneys deposited as aforesaid, which have remained in the registry of the court unclaimed for ten years or longer, to be deposited in a desigréated gepository of the United States, to the credit of the United tates. Renal- Sec. 4. That all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this Act are repealed. ' Approved, February 19, 1897. I.-,,;,,,,,,3, 2O_ 1w_ CHAP. 267.-A.u Act To extend North Capitol street northward through the prop- ——;--;-— erty of the Prospect Hill Cemetery, to pay for land to be taken for such purpose, and for other purposes. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United b_Di¤tri¤¤ of C<»1¤m· States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioners of 23m,,,;.,,, of Nom, the District of Columbia are hereby authorized and directed to proceed C¤P“°*¤¤’¤°*— with the opening of North Capitol street northward through the propmggmevr fur 1¤¤<1 erty of the Prospect Hill Cemetery, and to pay the owners of the land v;,;_`2g_,,,,_2M5;_ necessary to be taken for public use in the extension of said North Capitol street according to the report of the appraisers appointed by