F11·*rY-sEvmNtrH CONGRESS. sms. 11. cn. 1006. 1903. 1061 For expense incurred in the removal of the topographer’s office and a portion of the bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster-General to the Busch Building, two hundred and seventy-nine dollars. For hardware, one thousand five hundred dollars. _ our or zum POSTAL anvnsnms. ,,,,,,,,1 ,e,,m_ For printing, binding, and wra in ten thousand co ies of the PW! I·•W¤ Md revised edition of the Postal Laws Shd Pegulations, in addition to the wim copies. one hundred thousand copies provided for by the Act of June thir— v°1·°°·*’·“°· teenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eigl;] five thousand of which shall · be retained by the Public Printer for e to individuals at the cost s¤1e¤,em. thereof and ten r eentum added the proceeds of such sales to be deposited in the 'iirceasury as provided for by law; and for rinting, binding, and wrapping one thousand copies of the Digest of Decisions Dimltofbecisions. prepxared in connection therewith, for which entire editions so much of the amounts appropriated therefor by the Acts of June thirteenth, mV;:; Qkvbalr Vdighteen hundre and ninet -eight, June second, nineteen hnndred,and` rch third, nineteen hunched and one, as shall be necessary, is hereby made available, five thousand and thirty-six dollars and nity-seven cents. For wrapping twine and tying devices, ten thousand dollars. ""*¤°· For ma' -messen er service, fteen thousand dollars. eg-'£`“‘°"°““°’ For balance due forei countries, ten thousand dollars. , map nance. For manufacture of adhesive postage and special·delivery stamps, S*"'“l’* sixty-six thousand dollars. For manufacture of stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers, summa envexopm. forty thousand dollars. For manufacture of postal cards, twenty-eight thousand dollars. P°¤’¤l °*¤‘¤¤~ For registered package, tag, official, and dead-letter envelopes, six. Omcm envsww teepo thousand dollars. • Mr11:NsA·r1oN or rosrmasrnnsz For amountstoreimburse the s- _ m. I tal revenues, being the amounts retained by postmasters in excess of the mxxiligurrgiglmegi by appro riations, includin amounts set forth in House Document N umberedlfhree hundred and forty-four, of this session, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, seven hundred and ninety-six thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight dollars and seventy-eight cents. BEE·DELTVERY sunvmn: To (pay the amount set forth in House F¤>¤d°“*¤¤· . Document Numbered Three hun red and forty-four, and Senate Document Numbered One hundred and seventy-seven, of this session, on account of the fiscal years as follows: For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight dollars and 6fty-one cents. For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, one thousand three hundred and thirty-two dollars and fift -tbree cents. RURAL ram: nnuvnnr: For rural free-deliver · service, includin ““""’°°"°“"°"· amounts certified in House Document Numbered `Three hundred and forty-four, and Senate Document Numbered One hundred and seventy- seven, of the present session, on account of fiscal years as follows: For the fiscal ear nineteen hundred and two, ninety thousand one hundred and eighty-two dollars and ninety-one cents. For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, one hundred and fortv-seven dollars and twenty-nine cents. DTAIL TRANSPORTATIONZ To (pay amounts set forth in House Docu- ‘1‘¤¤¤v¤m¤¤¤. ment Numbered Three hundre and forty-four, and Senate Document Numbered One hundred and seventy-seven, of this session, for inland transportation, as follows: By railroads, on account of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and R¤*“°“¤· two, fifteen thousand eight hundred and sixty-four dollars and six cents. ·
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