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List of reports to be made to Congress by public officers—Continued.

Officer, and nature of the report.

By what au

thority.

Section or page.

When expected

to be made.

BY THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE

continued.

times as heads of the Executive Depart. ments are now required by law to ac.

count and report. Directed to present to Congress a detailed Stats. L., v. 22. p. 92 At the commencestatement of the expenditures of all ap

ment of each reg. propriations for said Department for the

ular session. last preceding fiscal year. Directed to report a list of the names of all Stats. L., v. 23. p. 92 Annually.

persons employed, an itemized statement of all expenditures under the act ap. proved May 29, 1884, and full particulars of the means adopted and carried into effect for the suppression of contagious, infectious, or communicable diseases among domestic animals. A report in detail of the expenditures of Stats. L., v. 23. pp.39,356 Commencement of all appropriations for the Department for

each regular seg. the last preceding tiscal year.

sion. A full and accurate account of the pro. Stats. L., V. 27. pp. 8, 10 No time specified. ceeds of sales of all products in the ex- Stats. L., V. 27. p. 741 periments of sugar culture.

Stats. L., v. 28. p. 270

BY THE PUBLIC PRINTER.

Rev. Statutes . sec. 3821 On the first day of
Stats. L., v. 27. p. 612 each session.

Report of the exact condition, and the

amount and cost of the pubiic printing and binding, lithographing, and engrav. ing: the amount and cost of all paper purchased for the same; a detailed statement of proposals made and contracts entered into for the purchase of paper and other materials, and for lithographing and engraving; of all payments made luring the preceding year under his direction; of the amount of work ordered and done, with a general classi. fication thereof for each Department, and a detailed statement of each account with the Departments or public officers; a detailed statement of the number of hands employed in the establishment, and the time each has been employed; and such further information touching all matters connected with the Printing

Office as may be in his possession. Detailed estimates of the sums required

for the support of the Government Print

ing Office. Directed in his annual report to make a

statement of the cost of printing and binding done for the Patent Office.

Rov. Statutes . sec. 3822 At the beginning

of each session. Stats. L., v. 22. p. 335 In his annual re

port.

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A report of the operations, expenditures, Rev. Statutes. sec. 5593 At each session.

and condition of the Institution.
A report in detail of expenses on account Stats. L., 27. p. 360 Annually.
of National Zoological Park.

Stats. L., 27... p. 582

529 Next session, and

annually thereafter.

BY THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN

INSTITUTION. A detailed statement of the expenditures Stats. L., v. 23. p. of the fiscal year, 1888, under appropria! tions for International Exchanges, North American Ethnology, and the National Museum. Directed to transmit the reports, or such Stats. L., v. 25. p.

portions as he shall see fit, of the American Historical Association concerning its proceedings and the condition historical study in America.

640 Annually.

BY THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE, THE

CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA.
TIVES, THE SERGEANT. AT-ARMS, THE POST-
MASTERS OF THE SENATE AND HOLSE, AND
THE DOORKEEPER OF THE HOUSE
A statement showing the names of all the | Rev. Statutes . sec. 60: At the commence.
clerks and other persons who have been,

ment of each ses. during the preceding year, or any part

sion. thereof, employed in their respective offices, and those of the messengers of the respective Houses, together with the time that each clerk or other persons and each messenger was actually employed, and the sums paid to each. This state. ment must also show whether such clerkg or other persons, or euch messengers, have been usefully employed; whether the services of any of them can be dis? pensed with without detriment to the public service, and whether the removal of any particular persons and the em. ployment of others in their stead is re. quired for the better dispatch of business. A detailed statement, by items, of the man. Rev. Statutes . sec. 60 At the commence. ner in which the contingent fund for each

ment of each ses. House has been expended during the

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preceding year. This statement must give the names of every person to whom any portion of the fund bas been paid; and if for anything furnished, the quantity and the price, and if for any services rendered, the nature of such service, and the tinie employed, and the particular occasion or canse, in brief, that rendered such service necessary, and the amount of all former appropriations in each case on hand, either in the Treasury or in the hands of any disbursing officer or agent.

Nore.-Each of the statements required by the preceding section shall exhibit, also, the several sunis drawn by the Secretary and Clerk, respectively, from the Treas. ury, and the balances, if any, remaining in their hands. The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk | Rev. Statutes . sec. 26 | Annually. of the House of Representatives shall each require of the disbursing officers acting under their direction or authority the returns of precise and analytical statements and receipts for all the moneys which may have been from time to time, during the next preceding year, expended by them; and the results of such returns and the same total shall be communicated to Congress by the

Secretary and Clerk, respectively. All expenditures of the Senate and House, Rev. Statutes. sec. 63 At the commence. of Representatives shall be made up to

ment of each reg. the end of each tiscal year, and shall be

ular session. reported to Congress. The Secretary of ihe Senate and the Clerk Rev. Statutes.' sec. 70 On the first day of of the House of Representatives, respec.

each regular seg. tively, shall report to Congress a full and

sion and at the complete statement of all their receipts

expiration of and expenditures as such officers, show,

their terms of ing in detail the items of expense, classi.

service. fying them inder the proper appropriations, and also showing the aggregate thereof, and exhibiting in a clear and concise manner the exact condition of all public moneys by them received, paid out, and remaining in their possession as such officers. The Secretary of the Senate, the ('lerk of Rev. Statutes. sec. 72 On the first day of the House of Representatives, the Ser.

each session and geant-at-Arms, the Postmaster of the

the expiration of Senate and House of Representatives,

their terms of and the Doorkeeper of the House of Rep.

service. resentatives shall, severallı, make out and return to Congress a full anil conipleto account of all property belonging to the lnited States in their possession, respectively, at the time of returning such account. The Clerk and Doorkeeper of the House Stat. L., v. 22.. sec. 337 | No time specified. and the Secretary and Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate shall cause to be sold all waste paper and useless documents and

Lists of reports to be made to Congress by public officers—Continued.

Officer, and nature of the report.

| By wbat au- | Section | When expected to
thority.
or page.

be made.

BY THE SECRETARY ON THE SENATE, THE CLERK OF THE HOL'SE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, THE POSTMASTERS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE, AND THE DOORKEEPER OF THE HOUSE--cont'd. condemned furniture that have accumulated during the fiscal year 1882, or that may hereafter accumulate in their respective departments or offices, under the direction of the Committee on Accounts of their respective Houses, and cover the proceeds thereof into the Treasury, and report to Congress.

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BY THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL EX

TENSION.
The Architect of the Capitol Extension

shall make out and keep, in proper
books, a complete inventory of all public
property in and about the Capitol, the
Botanical Garden, and the President's
Honse, adding thereto, from time to
time, an account of such property as
may be procured subsequently to the
taking of the first inventory, as well as
an account of the sale or other disposal
of such property. And he shall submit
an annual report of such inventories and
accounts to Congress.

BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT

OF COLUMBIA. A report of their official doinge in detail Stats. L., v. 20. p. 108 | Before the first under the provision of section 12 of the

Monday in Deact entitled "An act providing a per

cember. manent form of government for the District of Columbia," approved June 11,

1878. Directed to transmit to Congress the an- Stats. L,, v. 21. p. 406

nual estimates at the same time that the
regular annual estimates for expenses of
the Government are submitted by the
Secretary of the Treasury, and with his
action on the same, to be printed in the

general Book of Estimates.
A report of the number of overseers and Stats. L., v. 22. p. 139 Annually.

inspectors required in connection with Stats. L., v. 24. 572
Bewer or street work done under con Stats. L., v. 25. 316
tracts authorized by appropriations. Stats. L., V. 25. 795

Stats. L., v. 26

259

1065
Stats. L., v. 27.
Stats. L., v.

440

Stats. L., v. 28. 246 A report of receipts and expenditures of Stats. L., v.

127 With annual reinstitutions of charity within the Dis. Stats. L., v. 24. 579

port. trict, with such recommendations as the Stats. L., v. 25. 327 Commissioners of the District of Colum. Stats. L., v. 25. p. 807 bia may deem proper.

Sess. Laws, pp. 308,

309. A report in detail of expenditures in ac. Stats. L., v. 23 p. 131 Annually. cordance with section 193 of the Revised

p. 319 Statutes of the United States. Directed to report names of, and actual Stats. L., v.

539 At the beginning compensation paid to, teachers in public Stats. L., v.

321

of each regular schools in District of Columbia.

800 session. Stats. L., V. 26. p. 801

301

152

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List of reports to be made to Congress by public officers-Continued.

Officer, and nature of the report.

By what au. | Section | When expected to thority. or page.

be unade.

BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT

OF COLUMBIA-continued.

Directed to investigate and report the best Stats. L., v. 25. p. 1070 At the beginning method of removing all electric wires

p. 323 of the next seafrom the air or surface of the streets,

sion. etc., placing them under ground. An estimate of the number of teachers re. Sess.Laws,1st, p. 301 Annually. quired in each of the grades and classes 51st.. of the schools in the District, and the amont of salary for each of the teachers in each and all of the grades and classes of the schools in the District for the

fiscal year 1892. An estimate to be made by the Treasurer Stats. L., v. 26. p. 1078 In annual esti. of the United States of the amount nec.

mates. essary to refund, in twenty-five equal installments, one-half the cost of the 48-inch main and connections provided for in deficiency bill of March 2, 1889, and one-half the cost of the Fourteenthstreet main and connections, with interest, etc. A report of any failure on the part of gas Stats. L., v. 27. p. 544 | No time specified.

companies in the District of Columbia to mako reasonable extensions of its gas mains whenever they shall be necessary for maintaining street lamps for the public safety and comfort.

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