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June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, namely:

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Second secretary of legation to Cuba, one thousand five hundred dollars;

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For salaries of consuls-general at the following places, namely: Habana,

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CONSULS.

For salaries of consuls at the following places, namely:

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Mar. 22, 1904. CHAP. 749.-An Act To extend the exemption from head tax [H. R. 11443.] to citizens of Newfoundland entering the United States. [Public, No.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa65.] 33 Stats. L., tives of the United States of Ainerica in Congress assemImmigration. bled, That section one, chapter ten hundred and twelve, Head taliens. of the Statutes at Large of the United States of America

(Fifty-seventh Congress, second session), is hereby amended by inserting in line four, after the word “ Can

ada,” the word "Newfoundland," so as to read as follows: Exceptions. “ 'That there shall be levied, collected, and paid a duty Newfoundland of two dollars for each and every passenger not a citizen of

the United States, or of the Dominion of Canada, Newfoundland, the Republic of Cuba, or of the Republic of Mexico, who shall come by steam, sail, or other vessel from any foreign port or any port within the United States, or by any railway or any other mode of transportation from foreign contiguous territory to the United States. The said duty shall be paid to the collector of customs of the port or customs district to which said alien passenger shall come, or, if there be no collector at such port or district, then to the collector nearest thereto, by the master, agent, owner, or consignee of every such vessel or transportation line. The money thus collected shall be

paid into the United States Treasury and shall constitute To be per-a permanent appropriation to be called the 'immigrant manent approa fund,' to be used under the direction of the Secretary of immigrantthe Treasury to defray the expense of regulating the immifund.”

gration of aliens into the United States under this Act, including the cost of reports of decisions of the Federal courts, and digests thereof, for the use of the Commissioner-General of Immigration, and the salaries and expenses of all officers, clerks, and employees appointed for

the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this Act. The Lien on ves-duty imposed by this section shall be a lien upon the ves

sels which shall bring such aliens to ports of the United States, and shall be a debt in favor of the United States against the owner or owners of such vessels, and the payment of such duty may be enforced by any legal or equitable remedy. The head tax herein provided for shall not be levied upon aliens in transit through the United States nor upon aliens who have once been admitted into the United States and have paid the head tax who later shall go in transit from one part of the United States to another through foreign contiguous territory: Provided, Proviso. That the Commissioner-General of Immigration, under railroads. the direction or with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, by agreement with transportation lines, as provided in section thirty-two of this Act, may arrange in some other manner for the payment of the duty imposed by this section upon aliens seeking admission overland, either as to all or as to any such aliens."

sels for tax.

Payment by

CHAP. 1485. An Act Making appropriation for the support of Apr. 23, 1904, the Army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hun- [H. R. 10670.] dred and five, and for other purposes.

[Public, No.

149.] (Retired enlisted men, allowance for service in Cuba. 33 Stats., L.,

pt1, . See p. 54.)

CHAP. 1486.-An Act Making appropriations for the Depart. Apr. 23, 1904. ment of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, [H. R. 11825.] nineteen hundred and five.

[Public, No.

150.] (Investigation of the soils and conditions of tobacco 33 Stats. L., growth in Cuba. See p. 218.)

pt. 1, p. 276.

CHAP. 1622.-An Act Making appropriations for the naval Apr. 27, 1904. service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred [H. R. 12220.] and five, and for other purposes.

[Public, No.

181.] (Naval Station, Guantanamo, Cuba. See p. 58.) 33 Stats. L.,

pt. 1, p. 324,

CHAP. 1630.-An Act Making apropriations to supply defi- Apr. 27, 1904, ciencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year ending June (H. R. 15054.] thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four, and for prior years, and for [Public, No. other purposes.

189.]

33 Stats. L., (Dry dock, Havana, Cuba. See p. 62.)

pt. 1, p. 394.

CHAP. 1762.-An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil Apr. 28, 1904. expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thir- [H. R. 14416.] tieth, nineteen hundred and five, and for other purposes.

[Public, No.

194.] (Bringing home remains of officers, soldiers and civil 33. Stats L.,

pt. 1, p. 452. employees of the Army who die abroad and on transports. See p. 63.)

FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION.

Mar. 3, 1905. CHAP. 1405.-An Act making appropriations for the Depart[H. R. 18329.]

ment of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, [Public, No. nineteen hundred and six.

138.] 33 Stats. L., pt. 1, p. 861. (Investigation of the soils and conditions of tobacco

growth in Cuba. See p. 225.)

Mar. 3, 1905. CHAP. 1407.-An Act Making appropriations for the diplo[H. R. 18468.) matic and consular service for the fiscal year ending June thir[Public, No. tieth, nineteen hundred and six.

140.] 33 Stats. L., Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representapt. 1, p. 915.

tives of the United States of America in Congress assemDiplomatic bled, That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appropriations, severally appropriated, in full compensation for the

diplomatic and consular service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, namely:

SCHEDULE A.

SALARIES OF AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS.

Envoys extra

Envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary ordinary and ministers plen- to

Cuba,

at twelve thousand dolipotentiary. lars each,

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Second secretary of legation to Cuba, one thousand five hundred dollars;

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SCHEDULE B.

SALARIES, CONSULAR SERVICE.

CONSULS-GENERAL.

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For salaries of consuls-general at the following places, namely: * Habana,

at five thousand dollars each,

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CHAP. 1483.–An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil Mar. 3, 1905. expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thir- [H. R. 18969. ] tieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for other purposes.

[Public, No.

216.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 33 Stats. L., tives of the United States of America in Congress assem

pt. 1, p. 1156. bled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, Sundry civil appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, for propriations. the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, namely:

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Guantanamo, Cuba, naval station light-house service: Guantanamo, For maintaining existing aids to navigation, to estab-Additional lish and maintain additional lights, day marks, and bea- lights, etc. con lights where required; to build a light-house depot,

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