SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 75. 1915. 881 Eor the Patent Office: For the weekly issue of patents, designs, trade—marks, and lab s, exc usive of illustrations; and for printing, engraving illustrations, and binding the Official Gazette, including weekly, monthly, bimonthly, and annual indices, $440,000. For the United States Geological Survey: For engraving the illustrations necessary for the Annual Report of the Director, and for the monographs, professional papers, bulletins, water-supply apers, and the report on mineral resources, and for printing and liinding the same publications, of which sum not more than $45,000 may be used for engraving, $175,000. For the mithsonian Institution: For printing and bindin the Annual Reports of the Board of Regents, with general appendixes, the editions of which shall not excee ten thousand copies, $10 000; under the Smithsonian Institution: For the Annual Reports ol the National Museum, with eneral appendixes, and for r1nti1§ labels and blanks, and for the gBulletins and Proceedings ol) the ational Museum, the editions of which shall not exceed four thousand copies, and binding, in half morocco or material not more exp)ensive, scientific books and pamphlets presented to or uired y the National Museum Library, $37,500· for the Annualu§eports and Bulletins of the Bureau of American Ethnology, and for miscellaneous printing and binding for the bureau, $21,000; for miscellaneous lplrinting an binding for the Intemational Exchanges, $200; the ‘ ternational Catalogue of Scientific Literature, $100; the National Zoological Park, $200; the Astrophysical Observatory, $200; and for the Annual Report of the American Historical Association, $7,000; in all, $76,200. For the Department of Justice, $35,000. For the United States Court of Customs Appeals, $1,500. For the Post Ofhoe Department, exclusive of the money-order office, $290,000. For the De artment of Agriculture including not to exceed “'*°“““""°P°"· $47,000 for theIlNeather Bureau, and including the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, as required by the Act approved January V°" 26* p' °’°· twelfth, eighteen undred and ninety-five, and in pdmsuance of the joint reso ution Numbered Thirteen, approved arch thirtieth, v°L 3** if m` _ nineteen hundred and six, and also including not to exceed $137,500 F°"“°” b“u°°""‘ for fa.rmers’ bulletins, which shall be adapted to the interests of the eople of the different sections of the coimtry, an equal proportion of liounfifths of which shall be delivered to or sent out under the addressed franks furnished by Senators, Representatives, and Delegates in Congress, as they shall direct, $500,000. For the Department of Commerce, including the Coast and Geodetic Survey, ·the Bureau of the Census, and reprinting publications of the Thirteenth Decennial Census, $390,000. For the De artment of Labor, $125,000. For the Federal Trade Commission, $15,000. For the Supreme Court of the United States, $15,000; and the printing for the Supreme Court shall be done by the prmter it may emlploy imless it shall otherwise order. _ or the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, $1,500. For the Court of Claims, $25,000. P For the Library of Congress, including the copyright office and the publication of the Catalogue of 'Htle Entries o the copyright office, and binding, rebinding, and repairing of library books, and or build- ' ¤· and grounds, Libraay of Congress, $200,000. mlhor the Executive O ce, $3,000. _ For the Interstate Commerce Commission, $115,000, of which sum not exceeding $10,000 shall be available to print and furmsh to the States at cost report»form blanks. 91006G-VOL 38-rr 1-—-56
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