Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 35 Part 1.djvu/1036

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SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 299. 1909. 1019 the Roman Catholic Church shall relinquish all claims of any kind &,}*g,l:¤{g1¤*¤¤¤¤* ¤f whatsoever against the United States arising in Porto Rico prior to s` ` the approval of this Act. Bunmu or Anmmcan Rmwmrresz To enable the International R_§*g,$;gS°*A¤¤¤¤¤¤ Bureau of American Republics to provide and maintain an exhibit at 1i)xmu:'a¤ amnthe Alaska·Yukon-Pac` c Exposition, three thousand dollars, to be Y“k°" E"°“'“°"”’· immediately available. Irzrmznarionan Oourmmuon ON Manrrmn Law: For expenses 1¤¤¤r¤¤¤<>¤·n connecessary for the representation of the United States at the Third i°K$}?°° °" u"m"'° International Conference on Maritime Law to be held at Brussels, B,§°j°§j°°“‘°°*°¤ ¤* Belgium, during the year nineteen hundred and nine, for the purpose ` of considering draft conventions relating to collisions, salv e, the liability of shipowners, and cognate subjects, five thousandadollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. Foii the following additional sums for the Civil Service Commission, ,,,‘{,,f_,,',§',,f"°"’°° °°’“‘ name : Forylour clerks of class one; four clerks at one thousand dollars P,,;*_'},‘§§g§m{{'g§c_* each; in all, eight thousand eight hundred dollars. For traveling expenses, one thousand dollars. For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars. For stationery, five hundred dollars. For rent of additional buildings or rooms, two thousand dollars. · _ UNDER LEGISLATIVE. I·°¢“"**"· V STATEMENT or AP1>Ro1>1uAT1oNs: For preparation, under the m_§_°g,*g:_¤*°* *PP"°' direction of the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives, of the statements showingsppropriations made, new offices created, offices the salaries of w 'ch have been v¤L¤i.r-681 omitted, increased, or reduced, indefinite appro riations, and contracts authorized, together with a chronological history of the regular appropriation bills dpassed during the second session of the Sixtieth Congress, as re uire b the Act approved October nineteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, four thousand dollars, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairmen of said committees to do said Work. Boramc GARDEN: For painting, glazing, and ggneral repairs to “"'*"‘*° °°"’°"- buildings, heating apparatus resurfacing oot wa and roadways, R“l""”·°*°· and general repairs to plant houses; new metal roofs on wagon shed, packing shed, tool room, workshop, coal bins; also new roof on north side greenhouse numbered nine, all south side Maryland avenue, and one new steam boiler and connection in main conservator r, under thel direction of the Joint Committee on the Library, seven thousand dollars. Housn Omrrcm BUILDING: For maintenance, including miscella- ,f°"“° °'““° ”““"’ neous items, and for all necessary services, thirty-one thousand six i¢¤¤¤=¤n¤¤c¤.<=w. hundred dollars. _ Bvsr or Pnmsmnm Zacnanr Tarnonz To enable the Joint Com- T§i,*;}’°"‘ Z“°*‘“" mittee on the Library to purchase of Mistress Lola Wood, widow and P¤r¤¤·¤i¤z ¤>¤¤¢¤f- sole executrix of John Taylor Wood, esquire (who was a grandson of President Zachary Taylor), a bust of President Zachary Taylor in her possession, to be placed in the Capitol Building, two thousand dollars, or so much as may be necessary.