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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 6. 1911. 47 CHAP. 6.-An Act Makmg' appropriations to su 1 rr ‘ ‘ ‘ Dacemberzmmi. appropriations for the fiscal year ningiraeeridrundred and twiiglzeiggd for digg __ lm B' Imam] blic, No. 51. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [Pu 1 States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, _,,‘,{§§,§,Q,‘}§,‘}§‘°“°“‘°' and are hereby, apprtggriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropria , to supply uigggz deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen un and twelve, and for other purposes, namely: DEPARTMENT OF STATE. ~ D°"·'*"‘°"‘°”‘*'°· For the e nses of the arbitration of outstandmg` unia claims (,f,,,,"‘,,‘,,,,"‘,,,‘**,,,“‘,,,,,°",,,,°‘“ betwglen theiilznited Sta3es1(;a:11dfGrevi;: Britain, in aZc%a.ncervyiith the P·•¤»r» lm s i ment con u or t at u ose u the` teenth nlgteen hundred and ten, and the schgdniies of claglirhds tligileunder: including office rent in the District of Columbia, and the compensation 0 arbitrator, umpire, agent, counsel, clerical and other assistants, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, twenty-Eve thousand dollars. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ...'§.F'é‘“"" "°*’“* " Distinctive paper for United States securiti : To su a den- °"°"°“'° ""°' ciency in the appropriation for distinctive paper for Urliiizl States gritfiliid Sam W securities, fiscal ear nineteen hundred and twelve, including transportation, traveling and laundry expenses, salaries of register assistant registers, counters, watchmen, and skilled laborer, and expenses of officer detailed from the Treasury, fifty-seven thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. rrmnrc nmnnmos. ‘ P""“° ”““‘“""· To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for "General expenses G°“°"’°"°"°‘ of (public buildings" on account o the fiscal year nineteen hundred an eleven, including commissions to architects, commissions to disbursing agents, and conf ncies of all kinds, as set forth in House Document Numbered]-‘§;e hundred and three, Sixty-second Congress, first session, sixty-five thousand five hundred and seventy- eight dollars and sixty-one cents. nxcnsvrxo ann rmxrrso. ,,,{£,§¥{,§f,Y"" ‘“" To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for labor and expenses S"""°" of engravrn and nprinting, fiscal year nineteen hundred and twelve, as_fol ows: Tor s aries of all necessary employees, other than plate printers and plate printers’ assistants, one hundred and thirty-six thousand four hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretarv of the Treasury. For wages of plate printers, at piece rates to be fixed by the Score- w““'“ tary oi the Treasury, not to exceed the rates usually paid for such work, including the wages of printers’ assistants, when employed, one hundred and ninety-four thousand two hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. _ _ pr engravers’ and rinuers’ materials and other materials except °“m°“'°°*°'°‘ distinctive paper, and For miscellaneous expenses, includin purchase, maintenance, and driving of necessary horses and vehicles, and of horse and vehicle for official use of the director when, in writing, ordered by the Secretary of the Treasury, thirty-nine thousand four hundred ollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury.