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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 262, 263. 1882. 135 For bringing home hom foreign countries persons charged with Bringing home crimes, and expenses incidental thereto, five thousand dollars. ${“l;’:f_im°‘g‘”€°d For relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, Relief or Amerisixty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. °‘“‘ “‘““°“· For expenses which may be incurred in acknowledging the services · lleeeue from of masters and crews of foreign vessels in rescuing American citizens “]“P"'°°]‘· froén shipwreck, {kong thousauclfge hundred dollars. or expenses o s ippin an ischnr ing seamen at Liverpool Lon- Shipoing and don, Oarditly Belinst, and élarnburg, sixgthousand dollars. , !‘L’::h“'8'“£ '°" To meet the necessary expenses; attendant upon the execution of the N ¤¤¢¤·1iW Mtneutrality act, to be expended under the direction of the President, K S· 2% *8· pursuant to the requirement of section two hundred and ninety-one of the Revised Statutes, thirty thousand dollars, or 0 much thereof as may be necessary. __ For annual proportion of the expenses of Cape Spertel and Tangier CnneSYnrtelnnd light, on the coast of Morocco, two hundred and eighty-ilve dollars. T“8‘°' *8]**- For allowance to widows or heirs of deceased diplomatic and consular Widow on; bein officcrs for the time that would be necessarily occupied in making the °f 'u5l°"”*m*‘° ****1 transit from the post of duty of the deceased to his residence in the United States, five thousand dollars. i Contribution to the maintenance of the International Bureau ot'Weigl1ts Intern ation nl and Measures for the calendar year eighteen hundred and eigbty-tlu·ce, B"{°:{°°*` W•*8h*• . in conformity with the terms of the convention signed May twentieth, "Q0 “°:°’.}°§ eighteen hundred and seventylivo, to be expended under the direction ’ . of the Secretary of State, two thousand two hundred and seventy dolhrgormmmhthueofamaybenwcssnry. · Contribution to the maintenance of the International Prison Com- International mission, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, P'i¤°¤ c°¤“”*’· two lmndreel and fifty dollars. °‘°°’ , For printing and distributing the publications by the Department of State of the consular and other commercial reports, including circular Eb;*:>¤t*{f °°¤*'*· letters to chambers of commerce, twenty thousand dollars. Approved, July 1, 1882. GBA!. — nctxmnp]uopndu‘ ‘ons vide for the e neenof the v- ernmenafof tt: Columbia for ttzepgd year end:;!; June thirtgth, , eighteen hundred and eighty-three, {ud. for other purposes. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the half of the following 1 D:?“°* °f C" sums named, respectively, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in °K’P;;)pri“tm,m the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and the other half ont of the `reveuucs of the District of Columbia, for the purposes following being theyostiuxated expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the ilsoul year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty- three, nmncly : FOR IMPROVEMENTS AND REPAIRS, AND FOR CARE AND ‘ REPAIR OF BRIDGES. For repairs to concrete pavements fifty thousand dollars; for ropnirs R°P•z* °fP"°‘ to McAdnm roadways, five thousand dollars; for materials for permit “‘°,'}:*t:mjb work, twenty thousand dollars; for continuation of surveys of the Dis- survey., trict of Columbia with reference to the extension of various avenues to the District line, five thousand dollars; for Boundary street interceptingr 8°"°"- ` newer, eighty-tive thousand dollars; for leteml sewers, twenty thousand dollars; for work on sundry avenues and streets, and replncnmsnl of mt:: ”°°’ “" pavements on streets named in Appendices F and { nnnexecltotln esti- R°Pmmm‘ at mutea of the Couunisnlonero of the District hundred pymmu, eightythree (being schedule of streets requinng innuendo attention)