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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 52. 1914. 325 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. mggg$¤¤¤¤¤*¤*¤¤m- For rent of buildings and parts of buildings in the District of R°“*· Columbia, $6,059.73. BUREAU or L1GrrrnoUsBs. L‘€”“*°“·‘°sB“’°°“· To pay the claims for damages which have been considered, ad- u01itll$i§se(iiZm°g°° justed and determined to be due to the claimants by the Commissioner of Lighthouses, under authority of the provisions of section four of the Act of June seventeenth, nineteen hundred and ten (Thirty-sixth V¤1·36.r>- 537- Statutes, age five hundred and thirty-seven), on account of damages occasioned) by collision for which vessels of the Lighthouse Service have been found responsible, certified to Congress at its plresent session in House Documents Numbered Four hundred and eig ty-six and Seven hundred and fifty-six, $75.38. BUREAU or rms CENSUS. omausomee. For experimental work in developing tabulating machines and 'I`°*>¤*°**¤8 M repairs to such machinery and other meclianical appliances, including cum" Bm technical and mechanical service in connection therewith whether performed in Washington, District of Columbia, or elsewhere, and purchase of necessary machinery and supplies, $2,500. BUREAU or STANDARDS. ,,,§s'§*°'*“ °' “'*¤*· For fuel for heat, light, and power, $2,000. F“°‘· DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. ,,,,]§°l’“"m°“‘ °' 1* Coamrssronnns or OONGILIATIONZ To enable the Secretary of Labor ¤¤ilgfii¤uii1l:ii.°u°r° °i to exercise the authority vested in him by section eight of the Act $f,‘f‘§;‘j°,*{ 738. creating the Department of Labor, and to gppoint commissioners of conciliation at not exceeding $10fper day w e actually employed in any case of labor dispute and or their traveling expenses and subsistence while so employed, $20,000, or so much thereo as may be necessary. mm1eBA·rroN smzvrcm. ,c,,If“"""°“°° S°"‘ Ellis Island Immigrant Station, New York Harbor: For completion S§{§§,_I""“"· N· Y·· of additional story on baggage and dormitory building and metal and , Ad¤i¤¤¤ °¤ b¤¤<i· masonry proggpltion on northern side of said building, $200,000. ng` _ For furnis gs and equipment for additional story on bag age and F““““hmg’· °°°· dormitory building, including beds, benches, and miscellaneous furniture, . Enfoming lawsrcgu, To meet a deficiency in the appropriation "Expenses of regulating lggeigg i=¤¤¤i··:¤¤i¤¤ ¤¥ immigration" for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, to wit: For all expenses of the enforcement of the laws regplating the immigration of aliens into the United States, including the contract-labor laws; for the costs of the reports of decisions of the Federal courts, and digests thereof, for the use of the Commissioner General of Immigration; for salaries and ex enses of all officers, clerks, and employees appointed to enforce said {aw; for the .,0, 3, p_m enforcement of the provisions of the Act of Febru twentieth, nine- ’ teen hundred and seven, entitled "An Act to rgate the 1mm1gra— V I 36 ma tion of aliens into the United States," and Acts amendatory thereof; °` ’p` ‘ for expenses of necessary supplies, including exchange of typewritmg machines, alterations, and repairs, and for all other expenses author-