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FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 208. 1893. 6]] PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. bifgiglg *’“““"g “‘“° For the public printing, for the public binding, and for paper tor the public printing, including the cost of printing the debates and proceedings of Congress in the Congressional Record, and for lithographing, mapping, and engraving for both Houses of Congress, the Supreme Court of the United States, the supreme court of the District of Columbia, the Court of Claims, the Library of Congress, the Executive Office, and the Departments, including salaries or compensation of all necessary clerks and employees, for labor (by the day, piece or contract), and for all the necessary materials which may be needed in the prosecution of the work, two million three hundred and seventeen Amount. thousand dollars; and from the said sum hereby appropriated printing and binding shall be done by the Public Printer to the amounts following, respectively, namely: For printing and binding for Congress, including the proceedings 41l¤¤¤¤¤¤t °Y¤·PPl'° and debates, one million ninety-one thousand five hundred dollars. °mm°°' And printing and binding for Congress chargeable to this appropriation, when recommended to be done by the Committee on Printing of either House, shall be so recommended in a report containing an approximate estimate of the cost thereof, together with a statement from the Public Printer of estimated approximate cost of work previously ordered by Congress, within the fiscal year for which this appropriation is made (all reserve work shall be bound in sheep); and the heads of the Executive Departments, before transmitting their annual reports to Congress, the printing of which is chargeable to this appropriation, shall cause the same to be carefully examined, and shaH exclude therefrom all matter, including engravings, maps, drawings, and illustrations, except such as they shall certify in their letters transmitting such reports to be necessary and to relate entirely to the transaction of public business; For the State Department, eighteen thousand dollars; For the Treasury Department, two hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars, including 11ot exceeding twenty thousand nine hundred and thirty-five dollars for the Coast and Geodetic Survey; For the \Var Department, including twelve thousand dollars for the catalogue of the library of the Surgeon·General’s office, one hundred and thirty thousand dollars; For the Navy Department, seventy thousand dollars, including not exceeding twelve thousand dollars for the Hydrographic Office. For the Interior Department, including the Civil Service Commission, three hundred and forty thousand dollars, including not exceeding ten thousand dollars for rebinding tract books for the General Land Office; For the Smithsonian Institution, for printing labels and blanks and for the “Bulletins" and annual volumes of the “Proccediugs" of the National Museum, twelve thousand dollars; For the United States Geological Survey as follows: For engraving the illustrations necessary for the report of the Director, five thousand dollars; For engraving the illustrations necessary for the monographs and bulletins, ten thousand dollars; For printing and binding the monographs and bulletins, twenty thousand dollars; For the Department of Justice, nine thousand dollars; For the Post—OfIice Department, two hundred thousand dollars; For the Department of Agriculture, including ten thousand dollars for the \Veather Bureau, eightyfive thousand dollars; For the Department of Labor, seven thousand dollars; For the Supreme Court of the United State:;, seven thousand dollars; For the supreme court of the District of Columbia, one thousand live hundred dollars;