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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 215. 1914. 571 The accounting oiiiicers of the Treasm·y are authorized and directed g§;a'}§§,féc§j¤d£s to credit in the accounts of Charles F. Read, s ecial disburs` agent, lm ' General Land Office, the sum of $2.15, as set forth on pagelmven of House Document Numbered One thousand and forty-three of this session. For ayment to certain United States deput surve, ors as set ¥§°“°,’§.f"Z,?'°"‘ - forth oii page twelve of House Document Numliered Ode tliousand *°¤¤·ym sm and forty-three of this session, for surve of public lands, executed by them and necessary to complete the of surveys embraced in their contracts and special instructions issued thereunder, being the balance of the amoimts found due them by the Commissioner of the General Land Office in the final settlement of their accounts in accordance with the rates as authorized in the Acts making appropriation for the survey and resurvey of public lands for the fiscal year in which the work was executed, $1,114.17. To reimbnuse Frank Davey, late receiver of public moneys at §§‘{'{.i{,,]3,’§Z,°Z,{,;,t_ Burns, Oregon, the amount erroneously deposited b him in the Treasury in excess of receipgs from sales of public landys, as set forth on page eleven of House ocument Numbered One thousand and fort -three of this session, $20. G The accounting officers of the Treasury are authorized and di- {;%°mg.{‘°‘$°u]§,°tg_ rected to credit in the accoimts of Jerome G. Locke, United States surveyor general and special disbursing agent at Helena, Montana, the sum of $2.69, as set forth on page eleven of House Document Numbered One thousand and forty-three of this session. N mm P The unexpended balance on June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and m °°m° fourteen, remaining to the credit of the appropriation of $3,525.87 w{§ g ‘“¤“° - authorized in the deficiency appropriation Act approved October Amp-217. twenty-second, nineteen hundred and thirteen, for the completion during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen of the examination and classification of lands within the limits of the Northern Pacific grant under the act of July second, eighteen hundred and V 1 13 $67 sixty-four (Thirteenth Statutes, page three hun ed and sixty-five), Vg1:28;g:683i is continued and made available to meet the expenses pertaining to such examinations and classifications as may be incurred dining the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fifteen. _ , G W E The accounting officers of the TI08SH% are authorized and di- cxiif 1¤`»ci:¤uiim, rected to credit in the accounts of George . Evans, chief disbursixig P°°°*°“ °m°° ’°¥’°‘”· clerk, Department of the Interior, the payments made to James . Gill for services rendered as superintendent of reconstruction and general repairs to the toilet rooms, Pension Office Building, from November eleventh, nineteen hundred and twelve, to May thirty- first, nineteen hundred and thirteen, at a compensation of $150 per month, $1,000. _ nsriuvmmsr or msricn. ...‘3?*’“"“‘°“‘ °‘ ’“* MISCELLANEOUS onmcrs. cut on Detection and prosecution of crimes: For detection and dpirgosecu- miiigseic. 1 of tion of crimes, including the same objects specified under _ head in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year mneteen hundred and twelve, $2.60. _ Enom, mitmst Enforcement of antitrust laws: For the enforcement of antitrust nm. laws, including the same objects specified under head in the sundry civil appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen, $735.16. kdm, com M Federal Court Riiports and Digests: To enable the Attorney Gen- was me nigem. eral to furnish to 0 cials now receiving the Federal Rgporter under §g}Y3‘},fg;f‘i15_.,_ section two hundred and twenty-nine of the Judicial ode, the new edition of a digest recently issued, covering volumes one hundred and