228 SIXTY -THIRD CONGRESS. Sms. I. Ch. 32. 1913. Barto and R. J. S , $205 each for moneys actually expended by theimtgor cleriggl asgisirtance to August thirty-first, nineteen hundred an irteen, 55 . T°'°"‘“”°"““" For services Jr substitute telephone operators when required, at $2.50 per day each, iiscal year nineteen hundred and fonuteen, $250. mg¤¤g¤mg3j·¤¢ P·¤¤*· GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. H°“°¤¥¤· Holidaiys: To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions o the law granting holidays and the Executive order galgting léaklf holidays with pay to the employees of the Government ting ce, $809.89. 1**** ¤* ·**•¤¤¤¤ Iinavns or Ansmrom: To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the law granting leave to employees of t Government Print' Office, $2,388.30, or so much thereof as may be necessary, andulige Public Printer is authorized to pay to employees recei ¤· annual salaries fixed by law the full amount of earned and accrued lehave due thplmltpél not taken and paid during the fiscal year nineteen an t ° een. ,gg_·*¤ v=¤·¤ ~=· To enable the Public Pi-inter to meet the additional epe1-ating ` expense made necessary by reason of handling and disposing of the waste paper from the various departments of the Government in Washington, fiscal ear nineteen hundred and fourteen, $9,000. wlyggglaggfg To pay Samuel lgibinso William Madden, and Joseph De Fontes, Jeeepnne rgum messengers on night dutyxuing the first session of the present Con- E‘“"""°°" gress, for extra services, $400 each; in all, $1,200. M§!§§_lg[¤ ¤*¤¤¤¢·¤¤ ramrme nm nmnme.
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States, $2 103.46; and the printing for the Su reme Court shall be done by the printer it may employ unless it sh5l otherwise order. J¤ds¤¤¤¤¤•.¤¤u-ser JUDGMENTS, COURT OF CLAIMS. _ ’°Y"‘°”‘ °* For the pigment of the judgments rendered by the Court of Claims, reported to ongrgss at itzfpresent session in House Document Numbered One hun and ty-sxx, and Senate Document Numbered cm One hundred and mnety·live, namely: ‘°°"'°“· Under War Department, $89,114.52; Under Navy Department, $3,488.33; In all, $92,602.85. dg:gggg;·,,¥¤I ¤i¤¤ JUDGMENTS IN INDIAN DEPREDATION CLAIMS. P°Y'”°¤*°*· For payment of judgmentsrendered by the Court of Claims in Indian de redation cases, certified to Congress in House Document Numbered One hundred and fifty-five, at its present session, except the giidgment in favor of Manuel de Herrera, administrator of Carpio _ de errera, deceased, $8,795· said judgments to be paid after the °°°¤*=¤°¤·*· deductions required to be made under the provisions 0 section six of ven. 26,9.852- the_ Act sgproved March third eighteen hundred and ninety-one, entitled “Act to provide for the adipstment and payment of claims arising from Indian depredations,” s all have been ascertained and duly certified the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of the Treasury, wbl certification shall be made as soon as racticable after the passage of this Act, and such deductionsshall be made according to the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, having due regard to the educational and other necess uirements of the R¤¤¤¤·¤·¤¤¤¤¤*~ tribe or tribes affected; the amounts ppidasxrllxiie reimbursed to the United States at such t1ID.% and m suc proportions as the Secre-