Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 1.djvu/760

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730 FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3914. 1906. other employees, and all other necessary miscellaneous expenses which are not included under the above special heads, one hundred thousand m dollars: Bwided, That any person or persons employed hereunder as special agents or inspectors, or to perform any specia or unusual duty in connection herewith, shall not receive as compensation exceeding one hundred dollars per month, in addition to actual traveling expenses and per diem not exceeding four dollars in lieu of subsistence, when absent on duty outside of the District of Columbia. idinihgvu ol Lamhi Rmnovn. or Lmnm INDIANS T0 Foam HALL Rmsmzvnrox, Inlmo: BI¤*“*“'_ ,,°°m"°'* mu The sum of five thousand dollars appropriated by the Act of February VOL$»P·¤- twenty-third, eighteen hundred an eighty-nine, for the removal of the Lemhi Indians to the Fort Hall Reservation, which amount was V carried to the surplus fund of the Treasury on June twenty-ninth, ne•m¤¤rrls¤¤¤- eighteen hundred and ninety-five, is hereby reappropriated and made available for said removal during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven. B°*""°"*°'“"*'· Rnummmz Fox Auisxaz For the support of reindeer stations in Alaska, and for the instruction of Alaskan natives in the care and mana ment of the reindeer, nine thousand dollars; and all. reindeer ownede by the United States in Alaska shall as soon as practicable be turned over to the missions in Alaska, to be held and used by them under such conditions as the Secreta of the Interior shall prescribe. ¤ov¤¤¤m¤¤¢¤¤¤1>i- Govmunzxr H0srrrAL ron truurlxsaxmz For current ex nses of °l°°'m°”°' the Government Hospital for the Insane: For sulpport, clotdihg, and treatment in the Government Hospital for the nsane of the insane from the'Army and Na , Marine Co , Revenue-Cutter Service, inmates of the National Home for Disalssed Volunteer Soldiers persons charged with or convicted of crimes against the United States who are insane, all (persons who have become insane since their entry into the military an naval service of the United States who have been admitted to the hospital and who are indigent, including purchase, maintenance, and driving of necessary horses and vehicles and of horses and vehicle for official use of the superintendent, three hundred and five thousand eight hundred dollars; and not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars of this sum may be expended in defray- ing the expense of the removal of patients to their friends; not exceeding one thousand dollars may be expended in the purchase of such books, periodicals, and papers as may be required for the pur ses of the hospital, and not exceeding one thousand five hundred domrs for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the apprehension and return to the hospital of escaped patients. grnaiigsaings me I For the buildings and grounds of the Government Hospital for the ‘ nsane, as o ows: For general repairs and improvements, thirty-five thousand dollars. For roadways, grading, an walks, ten thousand dollars. ammo mimi. For change of ocation of part of railroad switch to overc0me the present difficulty with settling and sliding, three thousand dollars. Briana fvf assembly To enable the Secretary of the Interior to procure plans and specifi- ' cations for an assembly hall, to cost not exceeding seventy-five thousand dollars, complete in every detail, four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. mpnegopztofdpemon All moneys belonging to deceased inmates of the Government Hos- ¤.Ln.;rm.m,, pital for the Insane and deposited in the Treasury by the superinvcr. ss, nm. tendent as agent prior to ebruary twentieth, nineteen hundred and five, shall, if unclaimed by the legal heirs of such inmate within the period of five years from the date of the passage of this Act, be covcoxzediipw Tm? ered into the Treasury, and all moneys so deposited by the su rin- ,'}.H;.;mL;_ ° "°‘"" tendent as agent after February twentieth, nineteen hundred anclxlive, and belongugg inmates who have died since that time, or may hereafter die, sh lhkewise be covered into the Treasury unless claimed