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394 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 1629, 1630. 1904. ,°§°ug;°f,fgv'g:fe=“ furnish clerks of the district court_in the ditferent judicial divisions of ` Alaska a sufficient number of COPIES ot this Act and other road and trail laws that may now be mpon the statutes relating to roadsand trails in the district of Alaska or use of road overseers in each ]ud1c1al division. Approved, April 27, 1904. Arp:-i127, 1904. 1630. —An Act Making appropriations to supply deiiciencies in the appro- [ -}*-15054-] riations for the fiscal year ending une thutieth, nineteen hundred and four, and [public, N0_ 18g_] for prior years, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by t/ae Senate and House 0/"Representatéves of the United Deiciencies ¤m>¤> States of Ameriea in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, mm"` and the mme are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury·not otherwise appropriate , to supply defic1encies in the appropnations for the fisca year nineteen hun red and four, and for pr1or years, and for other objects hereinafter stated, namely: ` nspnmenwssum. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. rumgnmwmemu. FOREIGN mrnaoounsn. sum Domingo. S0 much of the diplomatic and consular appro riation Act for the .b°{;ii,'i§5f d “”°"°° fiscal year nineteen hundred and five as requires ihe envoy extraordi- 4**% P- 68- nary and minister plenipotentiary to Haiti to be accredited also as charge d’ail'aires to Santo Domingo is hereby repealed. smtp naming?. For minister resident and consul—general to Santo Domingo for the m]¤ii>li»$~1Qsr¤iZ]i¤2int fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, five thousand dollars, and so °°°·“l ·¤°¤°¤' *f much of the diplomatic and consular appropriation Act for the fiscal Santo Domingo abol , . mea. year nineteen hundred and five as appropriates for the salary of a Ante p. 73. · · ‘ consul-general to Santo Dommlgo is herebly repealed. _ _ g;eul;$¤E,n'€¤g<;; The consulate at Erzerum, urkey, 18 ereby transferred to Treb1- mm ,,,,mmd ,.,_ zond, Turkey, and the appropriations for salary of consul at the former 4**** P- 7* lace for nineteen hundred and four and nineteen hundred and five may he applied to payment of salary of consul at Trebizond, Turkey. mC};,*ggj;_ **'•·*•i'°¤ To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treas- . ury on account of the appropriation "Salaries, charges d’atl’aires ad interim,” for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and twenty-two dollars and twenty-two cents. _ . T‘m:;;rr¤¤¤¤·· cw. To pay ampmlnts found dueby accounting ofjicers tgt tl10£TORSl1§’ ' on account o e a ro r1a non x uses o in er re ers an vuar in Turkish don1inioi)1E,” End so forth,Iihr the fiscal yiznr ninetceh hundred and three, forty-two dollars and ninety-nine cents. ¤¤¤¤*<¤¤¤¤· ‘ To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the alppropriation “Bringing home crimiuals," for the fiscal year nineteen undred and three, ten dollars and fiftv-two cents. p€§l;;_*j;·n¤g,¤;{m_¤¤· To pay a;mc;uplts found due by the} accgunting officers of the Trppsury on accoun o e a ro nation or ‘ontin ent ex uses, nite States consulates," fd)1?the fiscal year nineteen liund redifnd three, sixteen thousand four hundred and fifty-one dollars and twenty-four cents. gyegggpjg gzgnfgégg; BENJAMIN Fnamcms mann.: To enable the Secretar of State to umm mn anniver- have struck a medal to commemorate the two hundredtli anniversary ““,§’§,‘§{,§{,’{,'};,,_ of the birth of Benjamin Franklin, for distribution in connection with the occurrence of the bicentennial anniversary of his birth, on the seventeenth day of January, nineteen hundred and six, one single impression on gold to be presented, under the direction of the President of the United States. to the Republic of France., and one hundred and fifty impressions on bronze, of which one hundred shall be dis-