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The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under such rules and restrictions as he may

prescribe, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, is authorized to lease such portion of the Chilocco Indian School Reservation as may not be required for school-farming purposes, and apply the proceeds to the maintenance and support of said school. (Indian act, p. 141.)

The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to sell, in such manner as he may deem best, for cash, 20 acres of land, described as the south balf of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 36, township 10 north, range 3 east of the Indian meridian in Oklahoma, and apply the proceeds to the improvement of the Shawnee Indian Training School. (Indian act, p. 141.)

To carry out the provisions of the Indian appropriation act relating to the Stockbridge

and Munsee tribe of Indians, the Secretary of the Treasury is directed to pay out of the Stockbridge consolidated fund in the Treasury of the United States, which fund, on the 31st of October, 1904, amounted to $75,988.60, under the direction and upon the warrant of the Secretary of the Interior. (Indian act, p. 162.)

For salaries of judges of circuit courts in Hawaii, at $3,000 each, for the fiscal year

1907, so much as may be necessary is appropriated. (Legislative, etc., act, p. 192.)

For preparation and publication of post-route maps, in addition to the specific appro

priation therefor for 1907, the proceeds of sales of such maps to the public is appropriated. (Legislative, etc., act, p. 215.)

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For salaries of United States judges retired under section 714 of the Revised Statutes,

so much as may be necessary for the fiscal year 1907 is appropriated. (Legislative, etc., act, p. 222.)

For remodeling and modernizing the hospital buildings on the hospital grounds in

Chelsea, Mass., the money derived from the sale of such portion of the magazine and said hospital grounds as is undesirable for hospital purposes is appropriated. (Naval act, p. 252.)

For refunding soldiers' deposits, so much as may be necessary for the fiscal year 1907

is appropriated. (Naval act, p. 263.)

For payment of interest on judgments against the District of Columbia, from the date

said judgments became due until date of payment, a sufficient sum is appropriated. (Deficiency act, p. 365.)

To enable the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives

to pay to the officers and employees of the Senate and House borne on the annual and session rolls on the 1st day of June, 1906, including the Capitol police, the official reporters of the Senate and of the House, and W. A. Sinith, Congressional Record clerk, for extra services during the first session of the Fifty-ninth Congress, a sum equal to one month's pay at the compensation then paid them by law is appropriated. (Deficiency act, p. 382.)

For payment of interest on final judgments and decrees rendered against the United

States under the act of March 3, 1887, to provide for the bringing of suits against the Government of the United States, from the date thereof, a sufficient sum is appropriated. (Deficiency act, p. 386.)

To pay the interest, as authorized by law, at 5 per cent upon the several items of the

judgment rendered by the Court of Claims on May 18, 1905, in consolidated causes No. 23199, The Cherokee Nation v. The United States; No. 23214, The Eastern Cherokees v. The United States, and No. 23212, The Eastern and Emigrant Cherokees v. The United States, aggregating a principal sum of $1,134,248.23, as therein set forth, such sum as may be necessary is appropriated. (Deficiency act, p. 386.)

For payment of the compensation and expenses of the commission and the compensa

tion of the jurors and the amount of appraisements or awards of damages under the "Act to provide for payment of damages on account of changes in grade due to the elimination of grade crossings on the line of the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad Company,” so much as may be necessary is appropriated out of the revenues of the District of Columbia, 50 per cent thereof to be refunded to said District of Columbia by the United States. (Act, June 29, 1906, sec. 7, p. 492.)

For payment of the amounts of judgments and awards for lands taken under the provisions of an “Act authorizing the extension of Rhode Island avenue northeast," District of Columbia, a sufficient sum is appropriated out of the revenues of the District of Columbia. (Act, Feb. 19, 1906, sec. 7, p. 499.)

For payment of the amounts of judgments and awards for lands taken under the pro

visions of an “Act for the extension of Euclid street in Meridian Hill," District of Columbia, a sufficient sum is appropriated out of the revenues of the District of Columbia. (Act, June 11, 1906, sec. 7, p. 501.)

For payment of the amounts of judgments and awards for lands taken under the pro

visions of an “Act authorizing the extension of Kalorama road northwest," District of Columbia, a sufficient sum is appropriated out of the revenues of the District of Columbia. (Act, June 29, 1906, sec. 2, p. 502.)

For continuing such schools as may have been established, and in establishing such

new schools as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole tribes, such fees as have accrued or may hereafter accrue under the act of Congress approved February 19, 1903, Statutes at Large, volume 32, page 841, are appropriated. (Act, Apr. 26, 1906, sec. 10, p. 619.)

For the necessary expenses of appraisement and sale authorized by the “Act provid

ing for the withdrawal from public entry of lands needed for town-site purposes in connection with irrigation projects under the reclamation act of June 17, 1902, and for other purposes," reclamation funds are authorized to the used, and the proceeds of such sales are required to be covered into the reclamation fund. (Act, Apr. 16, 1906, sec. 2, p. 647.)

The amounts received from towns or cities under contracts authorized to be entered

into by the Secretary of the Interior for water rights, and the amounts received for leases of any surplus power or power privileges, are required to be covered into the reclamation fund. (Act, Apr. 16, 1906, secs. 4 and 5, p. 647.)

For payment to the State of California 5 per cent of the net proceeds of the cash

sales of the public lands which have been heretofore made by the United States since the admission of said State, or may hereafter be made in said State, to aid in the support of the public or common schools of said State so much as may be necessary is appropriated. (Act, June 27, 1906, p. 653.)

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VIII.-CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF APPROPRIATION BILLS, FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS; ESTIMATES AND

APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1906–7; AND APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1905-6.

[Prepared by the clerks to the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives.]

Amount of revenues for fiscal year 1907 not estimated)
Amount of estiinated postal revenues for fiscal year 1907.

$181, 573, 264.00
Total revenues for fiscal year 1907 (not estimated).....
a One-half of the amounts for the District of Columbia payable by the United States, except amounts for the water department (estimated for 1907 at $164,166), which are payable from the
revenues of the water department.

b Includes all expenses of the postal service payable from postal revenues and out of the Treasury.

No amount is estimated for rivers and harbors for 1907 except the sum of $14,000,000 to meet contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements included in the sundry civil estimates for 1907.

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d No river and harbor act passed for 1907.
e In addition to this amount, the sum of $10,544,132 is appropriated in the sundry civil act to carry out contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements for 1906.

This amount includes $14,000.000 to meet contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements for 1907.
o This amount includes $17.254,050.04 to carry out contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements, and $25,456,415.08 for construction of the Isthmian Canal, for 1907.
hThis amount includes $10,511.132 to carry out contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements for 1906.

i In addition to this amount, the sum of $25,456,415.08 is appropriated in the sundry civil act, and $5,990,786 in the urgent deficiency act, making the total appropriations passed at this
session for the Isthmian Canal, $12 447,201.08.

m This is the amount submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury in the annual estimates for the fiscal year 1907, the exact amount appropriated not being ascertainable until two years after
the close of the fiscal year. This amount includes estimated amount of $57,000,000 to meet sinking-fund obligations for 1907, and $22,000,000 estimated redemptions of national-bank notes in
1907 out of deposits by banks for that purpose.

nIn addition to this amount, contracts are authorized to be entered into, subject to future appropriations by Congress, as follows: By the army act, $750,000; by the District of Columbia
act, $40,000; by the Military Academy act, $1,700,000; by the naval act, $2,750,000; by the sundry civil act, 8905,000; by the deficiency act, $270,000; by the urgent deficiency act, $803,700; by the
public buildings act, $13,368.500; in all, $20,587,200.

o In addition to this amount, contracts are authorized to be entered into, subject to future appropriations by Congress, as follows: By the District of Columbia act, $130,400; by the naval act, $8,800,000; by the river and harbor act, $17,184,657.63; by the sundry civil act, $655,000; in all, $26,770,067.63.

k This amount is approximated. iThis amount includes $10,250,000 under the Oklahoma and New Mexico act, and $10,297,500 for new public buildings.

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