FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 172. 1872. 123 eight dollars; for two lieutenants, at three hundred dollars each; and twenty-eight privates, at three hundred and eighty-four dollars each; in all, eleven thousand six hundred and forty dollars. Library of Congress.--For contingent expenses of the library of Library of Congress, rendered necessary by the copyright business of said library, C°°g"”' five hundred dollars. To enable the disbursing agent of the joint committee on the library to balance sundry fractional overdrafts in the Overdrgjlg, following funds, for the fiscal years of eighteen hundred and seventy- one and eighteen hundred and seventy-two, two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and eight cents, the same to be placed to the credit of the funds named in the amount specified to each; fund for purchase of books, twelve dollars and ninety-eight cents; fund for purchase of law-books, twenty-five dollars and seventy-nine cents: Fund for purchase of periodicals, two dollars and sixty-five cents; fund for exchange of public documents, six dollars and seventy cents; fund for repairs, etc., of buildings in botanic garden, ·seventy-five dollars and seventeen cents; fund for improving botanic garden, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ; fund for contingent expenses of library, eight dollars and seventy-nine cents. To pay Hives and Bailey for the reporting and publication of the de- Rep0rting.&c. bates and proceedings of the forty-first Congress, under the joint resolution dg?¤*€§,6&¤—· approved March three, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and contract of ° gzlegej rst C°”` April fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, so far as may have Vol. xv. p. 347. been provided for by law, two thousand seven hundred and mventy-six dollars and ninety-eight cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Department of State.-For extra clerk-hire necessitated by unusual Department labor in preparing for the session of the tribunal of arbitration at Geneva, of State. five thousand dollars. higxm °1°’k’ For publishing the laws of the third session of the forty-first Congress Pempmeelawe and of the first session of the forty-second Congress in pamphlet form, and in news- 1 five thousand dollars. Parm- For publishing the laws of the first session of the forty-first Congress in newspapers, two thousand one hundred dollars. For publishing the laws of the second session of the forty-first Congress in newspapers, six thousand one hundred and twelve dollars. Foreign [ntercourse.-— For salaries of envoys extraordinary, and min- p0,e;g,,;me,_ _ isters plenipotentiary, and ministers resident, for the fiscal year ending cmuss- June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, forty-two thousand dollars; and for the iiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, fifty thousand dollars; and in settling the accounts of John P. Hale, late minister to Spain, the accounting officers of the treasury shall allow him salary to the first of January, eighteen hundred and Allowance to seventy, at which time his health was so far restored as to be able to JOM P- Hmtravel, and the sum necessary to pay the same is hereby appropriated. And the Secretary of State is hereby authorized to allow the payment of F_xt,e0,d;,,e,.y such sums as the President shall approve to the consuls of the United services of cer- States at Algiers, Boulogne, Lyons, Marseilles, Nantes, Nice, and Rheims, as compensation for extraordinary services during the late war in Europe: in Europe. Provided, That the total sum so expended shall not exceed the unexpended‘ rmi not to balance of the amount appropriated by the fonrth and fifth paragraphs of exceed, &¤· the act entitled "An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses lgfljj of the government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun- 405. dred and seventy-two, and for other purposes," approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-one. For contingent expenses of the United States consulates for blank- Blank books, books and stationery, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen &°· hundred and seventy-one, fifteen thousand dollars ; and for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, fifteen thousand dollars. For pay of dragoman at the consulate at Constantinople from April Drsgoman at
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