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ACT JUNE 28, 1902, c. 1301, § 1.
Sale of copies of card indexes and other publications.

The Librarian of Congress is hereby authorized to furnish to such institutions or individuals as may desire to buy them; such copies of the card indexes and other publications of the Library as may not be required for its ordinary transactions, and charge for the same a price which will cover their cost and ten per centum added, and all moneys received by him shall be deposited in the Treasury.

Act June 28, 1902, c. 1301, § 1, 32 Stat. 480.

This is a provision of the sundry civil appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903, cited above.

Sec. 98.
Deposit in Library of journals of Senate and House.

The transfer to the Library of books, etc., from executive departments, bureaus, or commissions, is authorized by Res. Feb. 21, 1902, No. 6, and by a provision of Act Feb. 25, 1903, c. 755, § 1, set forth below.

RES. FEB. 21, 1902, No. 6.
Joint Resolution Authorizing the Transfer to the Library of Con-

gress of the Library of State Reports, and so forth. (32 Stat.

736.) Transfer to Library of books and papers of Industrial Commission.

Resolved, &c., That all volumes and pamphlets published by the several States and Territories and collected by the Industrial Commission, also official minutes of the Commission and files of correspondence, are hereby directed to be turned over by the Industrial Commission to the Librarian of Congress, subject to the further orders

of Congress.

Res. Feb. 21, 1902, No. 6, 32 Stat. 736.

ACT FEB. 25, 1903, c. 755, 8 1.
Transfer to Library of books, etc., from departments, bureaus, or com-

missions. The head of any Executive department or bureau or any commission of the Government is hereby authorized from time to time to turn over to the Librarian of Congress, for the use of the Library of Congress, any books, maps, or other material in the library of the department, bureau, or commission no longer needed for its use, and in the judgment of the Librarian of Congress appropriate to the uses of the Library of Congress.

Any books of a miscellaneous character no longer required for the use of such department, bureau, or commission, and not deemed an advisable addition to the Library of Congress, shall, if appropriate to the uses of the Free Public Library of ihe District of Columbia, be turned over to that library for general use as a part thereof.

Act Feb. 25, 1903, c. 755, § 1, 32 Stat. 865. These are provisions of the legislative, executire, and judicial appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, cited above.

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Sec. 155.
Officers of the President's household.

The appropriations for the officers, clerks, and employés in the office
of the President for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, are contained
in the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act of Feb. 25,
1903, c. 755, § 1, 32 Stat. 866.

The appointment of an officer of the Signal Corps as chief of the telegrap and cipher bureau of the Executive Office is authorized by a provision of Act March 2, 1903, c. 975, set forth post, under Title XIV, “The Army," c. 1.

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TITLE IV.

PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL THE

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.

Sec. 158.
Application of provisions of this Title.

This section is amended to include the Department of Commerce and Labor, and the provisions of this Title of the Revised Statutes, including all amendments thereto, are made applicable to said Department, by Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 1, post, under Title XII A, “The Department of Commerce and Labor."

Sec. 159.
Word “Department."

The Department of Commerce and Labor is included in this definition by Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 1, post, under Title XII A, “The Department of Commerce and Labor."

Sec. 160.
Salaries of heads of Departments.

The Secretary of Commerce and Labor receives a salary of $8,000 per annum, by a provision of the act establishing that Department, Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 1, post, under Title XII A, “The Department of Commerce and Labor."

Sec. 162.
ACT MARCH 3, 1893, c. 211, 8 5.
Hours of labor and leaves of absence of clerks and other employés.

In addition to the provisions for leaves of absence to various officers referred to in the note to this section, in Comp. St. 1901, p. 81, such leaves to employés of certain bureaus of the Department of Agriculture, outside of the city of Washington, are authorized by various provisions set forth post, under Title XII, “The Department of Agriculture.”

Sec. 178.

Vacancies in subordinate offices.

The senior commissioned medical officer, detailed for duty in the Public Health and Marine Hospital Bureau at Washington, having charge of the administrative divisions thereof, is the “assistant,” within the meaning of this section, by Act July 1, 1902, c. 1370, $ 3, post, under Title LVIII, "The Public Health.”

Sec. 185.
Witnesses' fees.

Fees allowed witnesses in United States courts are prescribed by
Rev. St. § 848, and Act Aug. 3, 1892, c. 361, following that section,
Comp. St. 1901, pp. 654, 655.

Sec. 192.
Expenditures for newspapers.

Special expenditures for newspapers, not subject to the limitation of this section, are authorized, by various appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, as follows:

For the Department of Labor, for the purpose of procuring strike data, Act Feb. 25, 1903, c. 755, § 1, 32 Stat. 904.

For the military information division, Adjutant-General's Office, Act March 2, 1903, c. 975, 32 Stat. 928.

Sec. 193.
Annual report of expenditure of contingent funds.

Provisions authorizing the Public Printer to furnish certain supplies to the departments, subsequent to the provisions for printing and binding referred to in the note under this section, in Comp. St. 1901, p. 96, are contained in Act June 28, 1902, c. 1301, § 1, post, under Title XLV, "Public Printing, Advertisements, and Public Documents."

The Surgeon General of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service is required to transmit annually to the Secretary of the Treasury for transmission to Congress a full and complete report of the transactions of the Service, including a detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, by Act July 1, 1902, c. 1370, 89, post, under Title LVIII, "The Public Health."

Sec. 197. [As amended 1877.]
Inventories of property.

The Secretary of Commerce and Labor has charge, in the buildings or premises occupied by or appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Labor, of the library, furniture, fixtures, records, and other property of the Department, by provisions of the act to establish the Department, Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 9, post, under Title XII A, “The Department of Commerce and Labor.”

THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Sec. 200.
Assistant Secretaries of State.

The appropriation for the compensation of the Assistant Secretaries for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, is, for Assistant Secretary, $1,500; Second and Third Assistant Secretaries, $4,500 each. Act Feb. 25, 1903, c. 755, § 1, 32 Stat. 866.

Sec. 201.
Subordinate officers, etc.

The appropriations for the officers, clerks, and employés in the Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, are contained in the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act of Feb. 25, 1903, c. 755, g 1, 32 Stat. 866, 867.

An assistant solicitor for the Department was authorized by appropriations in Act April 17, 1900, c. 192, § 1, the provision of which is set forth below, and in subsequent acts. The office of solicitor for the Department is provided for by Rev. St. $ 349, and Act March 3, 1891, C. 541, § 1, Comp. St. pp. 203, 204.

A law clerk and an assistant law clerk, to edit the laws of Congress and perform other duties, are authorized by provisions of Act March 3, 1901, c. 830, $ 1, and subsequent acts, set forth or referred to below.

A bureau to obtain information for the Department of Commerce and Labor is established in the Department by Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 11, set forth below.

ACT FEB. 20, 1897, c. 268.

Bureau of Foreign Commerce.

The Bureau of Foreign Commerce is transferred from the Department of State to the Department of Commerce and Labor, and consolidated with the Bureau of Statistics, transferred in like manner from the Department of the Treasury, to constitute one Bureau, to be called the Bureau of Statistics, by provisions of the act to establish the Department of Commerce and Labor, Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552, § 4, post, under Title XII A, “The Department of Commerce and Labor."

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ACT APRIL 17, 1900, c. 192, § 1.
Assistant Solicitor.

Assistant Solicitor of the Department of State, to be appointed by the Secretary of State, two thousand five hundred dollars;

Act April 17, 1900, c. 192, § 1, 31 Stat. 97. This is a provision of the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1901, cited above. It is repeated in the subsequent similar acts, Act March 3, 1901, c. 830, 8 1, 31 Stat. 972, Act April 28, 1902, c. 594, § 1, 32 Stat. 132, and Act

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