Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 1.djvu/972

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942 FIFTY—NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1635. 1907. -‘—PP°*”*"‘°““· Successors to any of the employees Iplrovided for in the nipe preceding paragraphs may be named by the ouse of Representatives at any time. ,m*;°*§,‘§*"°’· ““°‘"‘ ,OFFICE or PosrMAs·rn1z: For Postmaster, three thousand dollars; 'assistant postmaster, two thousand dollars; twelve messengers, including messenger to superintend transportation of mails, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; eight messengers, at one hundred dollars per month each, during the session, five thousand six hundred dollars; and one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, twenty-five thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars. Hom Md ‘*¤8°¤¤· For hire of horses and mail wagons for carrying the mails, two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Reporting debetee OFFICIAL mxronrnnsz For six official reporters of the proceedings and debates of the House, at five thousand dollars each; assistant ollicial reporter, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, thirty-one thousand five hundred dollars. ‘l““l'°" For janitor for rooms of official reporters to debates and official stenographers to committees, seven hundred and twenty dollars. .,,,EQ,'§,'§{’,§§’h°'” t° Suxnoeiurunns TO commrrmzsz For four stenographers to committees, at five thousand dollars each; assistant stenographer to committees, one thousand six hundred dollars; in all, twenty-one thousand , _ U six hundred dollars. ,,,g‘f,§‘},‘*§,f§‘$]§`§?§l°“ That wherever the words “ during the session " occur in the foregoing paradgraphs they shall be construed to mean the two hundred and twelve ays from December second, nineteen hundred and seven, to _ June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, both inclusive. ,,§l,,°{,'§d'}}f,Yé.gf,‘,§,f"‘ Fon crmzx man, Mnmnmzs AND Dnnnoarnsz To pay each Member and Delegate for clerk hire, necessarily employed by him in the discharge of his official and representative duties, one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, in monthly installments, five hundred and ninety-four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; and Representatives and Delegates elect to Congress whose credentials in due form of law have been duly liled with the Clerk of the House R·S··“°·31-P·6· of Representatives, in accordance with the provisions of section thirty-one of the Revised Statutes of the United States, shall be entitled to payment under this appropriation. . °°“““"°“‘°‘p°"°*· F on coxrmenxr nxraxsms, xAME1.r: For wrapping paper, paste- F<>l¤i¤8 ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤I¤· board, paste, twine, newspaper wrappers, and other necessary materials for folding, for the use of members of the House, and for use in the Clerk’s office and the House folding room (not including envelopes, writing paper, and other paper and materials to be printed and furnished by the Public Printer, upon requisitions from the Clerk of the \’<>1.¤*8,p.624- House, under the provisions of the Act approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, for the public printing and binding), ten thousand dollars. F¤e1¤¤·ie¤- For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, twenty thousand dollars. Y¤r¤i¤¤re· d ger furniture and materials for repairs of the s21I11B, twenty thousand o ars. Paekies b<>¤<>¤· For packing boxes, three thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. e;ii¤¤e¤¤¤e¤¤¤i¤¤¤¤¤· For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select commit- ' tees, exclusive of salaries and labor, unless s ecilically ordered by the House of Representatives, fifty thousand doll)ars. $°“*°¤*>¤’· For stationery for members of the House of Representatives, including five thousand dollars for stationery for the use of the committees and gilipers of the House, fifty-three thousand seven hundred and fifty o ars. P<>¤*¤¤e ewmve For postage stamps for the Postmaster, one hundred dollars; for the Clerk, four hundred dollars; for the Sergeant-at-Arms, three hundred dollars; and for the Doorkeeper, fifty dollars; in all, eight hundred and fifty dollars.