514 FORTY—-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 227. 1873. Crippled, sm., crippled and disabled soldiers now in the employment of the doorkeeper of i<>ld&¤*¤;mPl<>Y¤<l_ the House, from March iburth, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, to ygmxr °°p°r ° December first, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, twelve thousand six hundred dollars. Furniture. For furniture, and repairs of the same, for public buildings under the control of the Treasury Department, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Fuel, lights, For fuel, lights, and water, and miscellaneous items for public buildings &°· under the control of the Treasury Department, two hundred and twenty- five thousand dollars. Heating-appa· For heating-apparatus for public buildings under the control of the "““”‘ Treasury Department, one hundred thousand dollars. Vaults, safes, For vaults, safes, and looks for public buildings under the control of the md l°°k”· Treasury Department, seventy—l'ive thousand dollars. _ Photograph- For photographing, engraving, and printing plans of public buildings gg- &°‘· p1"“S* under control of the Treasury Department, five thousand dollars. Standard For construction and verification of standard weights and measures for Weigh! md the custom-houses of the United States, and for the several States, and of m°°Sm°°' metric standards for the States, twelve thousand dollars. Janitorsofpub- For pay of custodians and janitors of public buildings under the control lic b¤ildi¤€¤· of the Treasury Department, one hundred and twenty-tive thousand dollars. Warrington To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay two Warrington Sommer-s S°m“’°”· a sum sufficient to make his salary from June first, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, to March first, eighteen hundred and seventy, that of a fourthelass clerk in the fifth auditors cflice, one hundred and fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Captured and To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to collect captured and aban- ¤b¤¤d°¤°d P*'°P· cloned property of the United States, and to collect, procure, and preserve my' all vouchers, papers, records, and evidence, and to take testimony as to claims against the United States, to be paid only upon the certificate of the commissioners of claims, seventy thousand dollars. Transit of To enable the Secretary of the Navy to organize parties to observe the Vg';? ch 415 transit of Venus in December, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, one Ann; P, hm,' hundred thousand dollars, to be expended by the commission created by the act of June tenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be covered into the treasury until the objects for which it is made shall have been accomplished: And provided Public vessels further, That the Secretary of the Navy is hereby authoxized to detail two mY b° d°°“'l°d· vessels of the navy, from the Asiatic or Pacific stations, to convey parties to the points selected for observation with which there is no regular communication Rebel steamer To enable the Secretary of the Navy to deposit with the assistant S“m°°'· treasurer of the United States, at W`ashington city, District of Columbia, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, subject to the order of the United States district court for District of Columbia, in the case of the United States against the rebel steamer Sumter, in prize, said sum is hereby appropriated. Naval acm To purchase land adjoining the naval academy at Annapolis, Mary- d°*¤Y·A¤¤¤P°“¤· land, and for improving the same, for the purpose of extending the area and creating additional convenience for quarters, forty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; but no money shall be beJI;;i:<;£;<g¤ to plaid for saicltlnridjuntill gte tState of Maryland has ceded jurisdiction over ' tesame one me nes. Alleged our,. For the expenses of the joint select committee on alleged outrages in gin S°“*·h°m the Southern States, the sum of one thousand and eighty-seven dollars and ` twentyfcgntg the said sum to be carried for the purpose to the contingent fund 0 the enate.
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