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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II., CHs. 6-8. 1911. 51 . HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ngoauseot Bepraent- For mileage of Representatives and Delegates, and expenses of “”°‘*'°· Resident Commissioners, for the second session of the Sixty-second Congress, one hundred and fiftéy-four thousand dolla.rs. For miscellaneous items an expgnses of special and select com- ,,§§,§f§,$,}'““°°““ mittees, exclusive of salaries and la r, unless specifically ordered by the House of Representatives fifty thousand dollars. For furnishings for House (Silica Building, including steel cases for , ”{°"’° °”"° "““‘ new stationery room and for renewal of locks on doors of Members} °i¤mi¤m¤g¤. offices, eleven thousand and forty-seven dollars, rmder the direction and supervision of the House Office Building Commission. Approved, December 22, 1911. CHAP. 7.-An Act To amend section eighty-Eve of the "Act to codify, revise, D°°°’¤b°'22·m1· and amend the laws relating to the judiciary/’ approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven. [Pubns, Ne. sz.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R esentatrives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Tlgit section eighty-Eve of iriiii°dsiri°°$°°hrii the "Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relatin to the judi- ‘“‘°“°°"· 01817,,, approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, be, and hereby is, amended to read as follows: " Sec. 85. The State of Maine shall constitute one judicial district, ,,,*:fi”° l“‘”°'“ dl" to be known as the district of Maine. Terms of the district court shall '1`¢=¤»- be held at the times and places following: At Portland, on the first ’ Tuesday in April, on the third Tuesday in September, and on the second Tuesday ID December; at Bangor, on the first Tuesday in June: Pr . Hovided, however, That in the year nineteen hundred and twelve a seshi»°ri'¤e romana, session shall be also held at Portland on the first Tuesday in February. " ”°”‘“"·""• mz Approved, December 22, 1911. c0€I`;yAP. §.—AndAct T3 gelrgd sectlipn niilioettyonedof an Act ent.it;eid\;‘Ar;1 go D°{°§{'§°?{g:gg§l1‘ ,l'8V1B€,3I1 Im 8 [E Cul , B {OV il1l‘C ll‘,——#-~——————-— mms been mdiistt. `" “““ ’ °'”’ Pp r¤¤··¤<=· M- an Be it enacted the Senate and House o Re esentatives o the United S lates of Anmicbriiin Congress assembled, Thathection nineé-one of an Iii$i!id:ii?°°;f°iliii§ Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise and amend the laws relating to "”‘°“°°°· the judiciary," approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, be, and the same IS hereby, amended so as to read as follows: my H di in _"SEc. 91. That the State of Missouri is divided into two `udicial angst? lu ° districts, to be known as the eastern and western districts of lliissouri. Emm dna-M, The eastern district shall include the territory embraced on the first www ¤*v¤¤¤¤· day of July, nineteen hundred and ten, in the ci;-ynof Saint Louis and the counties of Audrian, Crawford, Dent, Fran , Gasconade, Iron, Jefferson, Lincoln, Maries, Montgomery, Phelps, Saint Charles, Saint Francois, Sainte Genevieve, Saint Louis, Warren, and Washir1,<;ton, Which shall constitute the eastern division of said district; also the Nm-‘*°'¤ "“""°"· territory embraced on the date last mentioned in the counties of Adair, fhariton, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Monroe, P1k8,_K8lls, Randol l1, Schuyler, Scotland,_and Shelby, which shall Sm] m dm constitute the nortli)ern division of said district; also the territory een. embraced on the date last mentioned in the counties of Bollinlger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Madison, Mississi pi, ew Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard, and Wayne, which shall constitute the southeastern division of said dismct. Terms of the district court for the eastern division shall be T°'“"‘