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IMMIGRATION SERVICE.
Aliens ordered deported but detained as witnesses.
Under the provisions of the act of March 3, 1903, expenditures on

account of persons who have been ordered deported, but who
are detained as witnesses for the Government, must be lim-
ited to expenses for their maintenance and the necessary
expenses of their detention, and therefore the payment to
such persons of a per diem in the nature of witness fees is not

authorized. 727.
Moals, reimbursement for cost of, where taken while on duty after 6

p. m. See Public HEALTH AND MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE, meals.
Payment, expense of transporting aliens to port of deportation.

See
TRANSPORTATION, alien.
Subsistence, expenses of employee for, while performing extra service

at regular place of employment. See SUBSISTENCE, employee.
Traveling expenses, employee, detailed to temporary duty, while on

leave of absence. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, leave.

Witnesses. See supra, aliens.
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
Bannock Indians, appropriation for particular employees for.
Under the provisions of section 4 of the act of April 21, 1904, the

appropriation for particular employees for the Bannock In-
dians may be used by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, in
payment of other employees for said Indians not specifically
appropriated for, without the direction of the President and

the consent of said tribe. 652.
Claim, constable, for boarding escaped prisoner. See MARSHAL, constable.
Delaware Indians, appropriation for.
The phrase “Delaware tribe of Indians residing in the Cherokee

Nation,” as used in the act of April 21, 1904, which made an
appropriation to pay certain claims of said tribe, includes only
such Delaware Indians, by blood or adoption, and their
descendants, as elected under the treaty of 1866 to preserve

their tribal relations. 496.
Land, purchase of, at Fort Madison Indian Reservation. See APPROPRIA-

TIONS, land.
Per capita expenditure for support of Indian schools.
Under the terms of the appropriations made in the act of March

3, 1903, for the support of certain Indian schools, said schools
are not authorized to spend in excess of $167 per capita per
annum for the support and education of its pupils, except
when the attendance is so reduced by epidemic, accident, or
other sufficient cause as to render a larger per capita expendi-
ture absolutely necessary. 222.

INDIAN AFFAIRS-Continued.

Refundment of moneys erroneously received from sale of timber on Chip-

pewa Indian lands. See REFUNDMENT, moneys.
Survey of lands ceded by Shoshone Indians. See APPROPRIATIONS,

general.
INDIAN TERRITORY.

Insane person. See MARSHAL, arrest.

Witness, fees of, in insanity proceedings. See WITNESSES, fees.
INTEREST.

Payment of, on deposits of pay with paymaster by enlisted men. See

MARINE CORPS, pay.
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

Bannock Indians, appropriation for employees for. See INDIAN AFFAIRS,

Bannock.
Compensation, computing, of employee, for fractional part of month. See

COMPENSATION, annual.
Forest reserves appropriation. See APPROPRIATIONS, transfer.
Pay, additional, for services as special disbursing clerk. See COMPENSA-

TION, additional.

Printing, payment for. See PUBLIC PRINTING, printing.
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE.
Claim for refundment of tax on specific legacy.
A claim for the refundment of an internal-revenue tax paid,

under the act of June 13, 1898, on a specific legacy, or on a
contingent beneficial interest, which had not become vested,
of a legacy or distributive share of personal property passing
by will or the intestate laws of any State or Territory, must,
under the provisions of section 3228, Revised Statutes, be
presented within two years from the date the tax was paid.
772.

Claim, reconsideration of, to correct error of law.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue is authorized to recon-

sider and allow a claim which he had, through error of law,

previously rejected. 676.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, per diem.
Refundment of stamp tax on export bills of lading. See APPROPRIATIONS,

permanent.
Refundment of stamp taxes illegally collected on export bills of lading.
Claims filed under the act of June 27, 1902, for the refundment of

sums illegally assessed and collected for documentary stamps
used on export bills of lading are not claims for the redemp-
tion of documentary stamps, within the meaning of the act of
June 30, 1902, which limits the time in which such claims
may be filed. 472.

IOWA, STATE OF.

Pay, militia officer, participating in encampment of Regular Army. See

MIlitia, pay.

ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.
Advertising for supplies and letting of contracts.
The provision in section 3709, Revised Statutes, relative to adver-

tising for supplies and the letting of contracts is applicable to
work done in connection with the construction of the canal.

36.
Allotment of pay by employees.
The allotment or assignment of pay by employees of the Isthmian

Canal Commission is not authorized. 36.
Local revenues of Canal Zone.
The local revenues of the Isthmian Canal Zone are not such

moneys as are required to be accounted for to the Treasury
Department, but said revenues are to be accounted for in such
manner and under such rules and regulations as the President
and the Canal Commission shall prescribe, a report of the
same being made to the President and to Congress, as re-

quired by the act of June 28, 1902. 37.
Notice of intention to vacate leased premises. See DISTRICT OF COLUM-

BIA, notice.
Printing for. See PUBLIC PRINTING, printing.
Rent of offices for, in District of Colombia. See DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,

rent.
Transportation of remains of deceased employee.
The provision in the act of June 7, 1897, that “hereafter the

heads of Departments shall .200 authorize any expenditure in
connection with transportation of remains of deceased em-
ployees, except when otherwise specifically provided by law,”
has no application to the Isthmian Canal Commission, and
said Commission is therefore authorized to contract with its
employees for the payment, as a part of their compensation,
of the expenses of transporting their remains, in the event of

their death, to their homes in the United States. 775.
Traveling expenses, employee of Medical Department of the Army. See

TRAVELING EXPENSES, employee.
Traveling expenses, verification of vouchers for. See TRAVELING

EXPENSES, vouchers.
Vouchers, delegation of authority to approve.
The duty imposed by the Isthmian Canal Commission on the

chief engineer of the department of canal construction of
approving vouchers for expenditures made by that depart-
ment on the Isthmus of Panama must be performed by him
personally, and can not be by him delegated to anyone else.
749.

JUDGMENT. See ARMY and COURTS.
JURISDICTION.

Accounting officers, of fee accounts of justices of the peace. See DISTRICT

OF COLUMBIA, fee.
Accounting officers to reopen accounts to correct error of law or fact. See

ACCOUNTING OFFICERS, accounts.
Auditor to receive claim discontinued in Court of Claims. See ACDITOR,

claim.
Commissioner of Internal Revenue to reconsider claim proviously rejected

to correct error of law. See INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, claim.

Letters of administration. See ADMINISTRATOR, administration.
JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF.

Chinese prisoner, expense of subsisting. See CHINESE PERSONS, prisoner.
Compensation, assisstant district attorneys, for services as “special assist-

ant attorneys." See DistrICT ATTORNEYS, compensation.
District Attorney, time of taking effect of resignation of. See DISTRICT

ATTORNEYS, resignation.

Patented loose-leaf ledgers, parchase of. See PUBLIC PRINTING, patented.
LAND. See PUBLIC LANDS.
LEASE.

"Month." See Contracts, month.
Notice of intention to vacate premises. See DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,

notice.
Rent, computing monthly payments of, for fractional part of month. See

Rent, computing.
Rent of buildings, where not appropriated for "in terms." See DISTRICT

OF COLUMBIA, rent.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

Allowance of time to diplomatic and consular officers for going to and

from the United States on leave. See DiploMATIC AND CONSULAR

SERVICE, allowance.
Compensation, computing, of employee, while absent on leave without

pay, for fractional part of month. See COMPENSATION, annual.
Computing, of clerks at first and second class post-offices. See Post-

OFFICE DEPARTMENT, leave.
Deduction, computing, from pay of employee while absent on leave with-

out pay, for fractional part of month. See COMPENSATION, annual.
Mileage, officer of Army, on change of station while absent on leave. See

ARMY, mileage.
Pay, additional, per diem employees, Philadelphia mint, for services on

holidays. See COMPENSATION, pay.
Pay, officer of Medical Corps of Navy, while on. See Navy, pay, sea daty.
Pay, per diem employees, Washington Barracks, for Saturday half holi-

days. See HOLIDAYS, pay.

.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE~Continued.

Pay, per diem employees, Washington Navy-Yard, for Labor Day, etc.

See Holidays, pay.
Placing on, without pay, as punishment for an offense. See, infra, suspen-

sion, and ReveNUE-CUTTER SERVICE, leave.
Retired officer on active duty. See ARMY, pay, retired.
Sick leave, pay for, where neither requested nor granted.
The estate of a deceased employee who took sick and died

while on leave of absence without pay is not entitled to pay
for sick leave which had neither been granted the deceased

nor requested by him. 723.
Suspension without pay pending investigation of charges.
The head of a Department is authorized to suspend an employee

from duty without pay pending the investigation of charges

against him. 560.
"Temporary leave" from sea duty. See Navy, pay, sea.
Traveling expenses, employee detailed to temporary daty while on. See

TRAVELING EXPENSES, leave.
LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

Compensation, computing, of surfman and substitute surfman, for fractional

part of month. See COMPENSATION, annual.
Pay, computing, of widow of deceased surfman.
Under the provision in the act of May 4, 1882, for the payment

to a deceased surfman's widow and minor children of the
salary which he would have received, had he lived and con-
tinued in the service, for a period of two years after his death,
the widow and children of a deceased surfman who died on
January 30, 1903, are entitled, in computing the final pay-
ment for the month of January, 1905, to 30/30, or the entire

installment, of the monthly salary. 770.
Substitute surfman, computing compensation of, for fractional part of

month. See COMPENSATION, annual.
LIGHT-HOUSE SERVICE.
Hospital, expenses of member of crew while in.
There is no provision of law authorizing payment of the expenses

of a member of the crew of a vessel of the Light-House Service

while in a hospital. 631.
Photolithographing and printing for. See Public Printing, photo-

lithographing.
Traveling expenses on transfer to new appointment. See TRAVELING

EXPENSES, appointment.
LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION.

Pay, officer, Revenue-Cutter Service, sent abroad for special services.

See REVENUE-CUTTER SERVICE, pay.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence. See PUBLIC HEALTH AND MARINE-

Hospital SERVICE, per diem.

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