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Acts AND REsolutions, i.viii. PH cosgress. &3

tions made by Congress sor that fiscal year, or involve the government in any contract or obligation for the future payment of money in Coxcess of Such al)propriattons unless; Buch Contract Or obligation iš authorized by Law. Nor shalil any department or officer of the government accept voi- ' || untary Sorvice for the government or employ personal service in excess of that autloorized by law, except in cases of sudden emergency, in Volvo. # Deficiency ing the logs of human life or the destruction of property. Ail # Appropriations. appropriations, made for the fulfilment of , contract obligations expressly authorized by law, or for objects required or authorized by law without reference to the announts annually appropriated therefor, shals, on Grbefore the beginning of each fiscal year, be 50 apportioried by monthly or other allotments as to prevent undue expenditures in Corle portion || of the year that may require deficiency or additionai appropriations to CO In pieté the scrvice of the siscal year; and al{l such apportiorinnerits shalil be adhered to # except when was ved or modified in specific cases by the written order of the # head of the Executive Department or other government establishment having Hi control of the expenditure, but this provision shall not supply to the conting exit appropriations of the Senate Or House of Represert tatives; &nd all such waivers # Or modifications, together with the reasons therefor, shall be communicated to # Congress in connection with CŞtirn atcs for any additionai appropriations required # on account thereof. Any person violating any provision of this section shall be H summarily removed from office and Inay also be punished by a firio of not less # than $100 or by irriprisonment for not less than onc raonth.” s An act approved February 1, 1905, providcol that the Secretary of the Depart- || mont of Agriculture should, sror: and after the passage of 88, id &ct, Coxecute Or cause to ide executed all laws affecting public lands heretofore or ; Trangster hereafter reserved under th9 provisions of Section 24 of the act # of Forest, entitled “An act to repeal the timber culture laws, and sor Other || Reserves £o purposes,” approved March 3, 1891, and acts supplcmental to and Agricultural amendatory thoreof, after such lands have been so reserved, czPepartinent. Cepting such laws a 8 assect the Surveying, prospecting, locating, appropriating, entering, relinquishing, reconveying, certifying, or patenting of any of such lands. Pulp wood or Wood pulp manufactured srom timber in the district of Alaska may be exported thcres room. Forest supcrvisors || and rangers shall be selected, when practicable, from qualified citizens of the 1. States or Territories in which the said reserves, rospectively, are situated. Rights of way for the construction and maintenance of daans, reservoirs, water plants, ditches, flurnes, pipes, tunnels and Canals, within a Tid across the sorcst reserves of the United States, are in Grelby granted to Citizens and corporations of the United States for municipal or mining purposes, and for the purposes of the milling and roduction of orcs, during the period of their beneficial use, undcr such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the SCCrctary of the Interior, and subject to the laws of the State or Territory in which said I'roserves are respectively situated. Alí rinoney received £rorrl the Salò of any products or the use of any land or resources of said so rest reserves shall be covered in to thc Treasury C. s the # United States and for a period of five years from the passa.go of this foot sha.it cqnstitute a special sund available, until expendicò, as the Secretary of Agriculture may direct, for the protection, admir; stra. Liori, improvoment asid Czterision of £cdera.] so rest reserves. A joint resolution, approved February 9, 1905, authorized the Toirector of the Census to collect and publish in , connection with the ginners' reports of cotton production provided sor in Section 9 of an act of Congres3 entitled Cottom and “An act to provide for a Dorman ent Consus Office,” approved March #} ivorce 6, 1902, Statistics of the Consumption of cotton, the surplus of cotton # Statistics. held oy the manufacturers, and the quantity of cotton exported, the #: | statistics to be sum Inarized as of Soptcmber 1 cach y Car SG as to show the cotton production and consumption of the preceding year. And the ji Director of the Census shall Iria.lce Serni-nnonthly publication of the armount of | cotton ginned in lieu of the monthly reports which he - now Jonakes. The Director || of the Census is also authorized and directed to collect and publish the statistics | of and relating to marriage and divorce in the Several States and Territories and the District of Columbia. Since January 1, 1887: Titovićiod, that such statistics as now required by law to be collect.cd bo used SG far as it is practicable to do so. : An act approved February 9, 1905, to take effect July 1, 1905, provided that if in lieu of the list in duplicate of p3.SSCugers now proscrib cq by Section 9 of the act approved August 2, 1882. entitled “An a “t to regulate the car- j: H.7868 of riage of passengers by Sea," the mastor shall submit for inspcction || Passengerg to the officer of customs who first makes dc mand therefor, and shalt || at Sea. subscquently doliver with his manifest of cargo on entry, a correct || list, signed and verified on oath by the master, of all passengers # talcen on board the vessel at any soreign port or place, specifying, in the manner }; to bo prescribed from time to time by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, the # name of each passenger, cige (if a child of eight years or under), sex, married or || single, location of connpartment or space occupied *... the voyage (if the pas- # senger be other than a cabin passenger), whether a cit:2&n of the United States, # number of pieces of baggage, and if any passenger die on the voyage the iist || shall specify the flame, age, and cause of death of each deceased passenger. An act approved February 18, 1955, provided that the amendment to Section ; 4,472 of the Rev. Sed Statutes, approved February 20, 194 ot, be amended to read as # Tõllows: “Nothing in the soregoing or following sections of this act saail to hibiti: the transportation of Steam vessels or gasolene or any of the products of petroleum ||

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when carried by motor vehicles (Commonly known as automobiles) using the same ag s Bource of motive power: Provided, however, that all fire, if any, in such vehicles * *::: or automobiles be extinguished immediately after entering the - Automobiles Said vessel, and that the same be not relighted until immediately || 0xA Steamboats. before said vohicle shall leave tho vessei: Provided further, that - - *Y QWoo, master, agent, or oiher person having charge of, passenger Steam Wessels shall bayo the right to refuse to transport automobile vehicles || the tanks of which contain gasolene, naphtha, or other dangerous burning fluids.” . The Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriation act, approved February 3, 1905, provided that no part of any money appropriated by it or any other act o Shall be used for purchasing, maintaining, driving, or operating || Qarriages for any carriage or vehicle (other than those for the Ş. of the Presi| Official Use. dent of the United States, the heads of the executive departments, . and the secretary to the President, and other than those used for | transportation of property belonging to or in the custody of the United States'), # for the personal or official use of any officer or employe of any of the executive | departments or other government establishments at Washington, District of Co| lumbia, unless the same shall be specificaisy authorized by law or provided for | in terms by appropriation of money, and all such carriages and vehicles so pro| cured and used for official purposes shall have Conspicuously painted thereon at # all times, the full name of the executive department or other branch of the public service , to which the same belong and in the service of which the * so are used. An 833 approved February 8, 1905, provided that the act of February 8, 1897, entitled ''An act to prevent the carrying of obscene literature from one State or Terri- tory into another,” be amended so as to read: “It sha]] be unlawful for | Obscene iny person to deposit with any express company or other common carrier |Literature. (or, carriage from, one State or Territory of the United states or the District of Columbia into any other Stace or Territory of the inited States or the District of Columbia, or from any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to a foreign country, or from any place in or subject to, the , jurisdiction, of the United States, through , a foreign COuntry to any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, 'or who shall cause to be brought into any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the ' United States fronn any foreign country, any obscene, lewd, or | lascivious book, pamphlet, picture, paper, letter, writing, print, or other matter of indecent character, or any article or thing designed or intended for the pre| yentiom Of conception, or procuring of ab Ortion, Or any written or printed card, | letter, circular, book, parmpithet, advertisement, or notice of any kind giving in| formation, directly or in directly, where, how or of whom, or by what means any of the hereinbefore mentioned articles, matters, or things may be obtained or | made; and any person who shall knowingly deposit, or cause to be deposited, ||with any express company or other common carrier for carriage fronn one State | or Territory of the United States or the District of Columbia to any other State | or Territory of the United States, or for carriage from any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to a foreign country, or from any place in or subject to the jurisdiction, of the United States ibrough any foreign country, to any place in or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, or who, shall || take from such express company or other common carrier, with intent to sell, distribute, or circulate any matter or thing herein, forbidden to be deposited for || Garriage shall for each offence, upon conviction thereof, be fined not more than $5,000 or iroprisoned.at hard labor-not more than five years, or both, at the dis- - rt.” * o ereto ‘...."o. February 28, 1905, amended section, 3,146 of the Revised Statutes relating to qualifications, of directors of national banking associations so as to read: “Sec. 5,146. Every director must, during his | National Barok whole term of service, be a citizen of the United States, and at Directors, least three-fourths of the directors, must have resided in the - State, Territory, or district in which the association is located | for at least one year immediately preceding, their election and must be residents therein during their continuance in, offee. Every, director must own in his own right at least ten shares of the capital stock of the association of which he is a

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** to less the capital of the bank Shalil not exeeed twenty-five thousand | §on C2LSø #. must own in his own right at least five shares of such }| capital stock. Any director who ceases to be the owner of the required number of shares of stock, or who becomes in any other imanner disqualified, shall thereby d cate his place.” *W2, The ove, Executive and Judicial Appropriation act, approved Febru~ ary 3, 1905, * 3.9% o - | Tra ents. at not more than $10 a day and actual necessary Special Foreign de Ag travelling expenses of *::: ; to .*: ditions abroad, with the object of promoting the foreign cornmerce o

o #."#. States, the results of such investigation to be reported to Congress. - An act approved March 3, 1905, provided that when the territorial g OVernment of Hawaii shall code to the United States in perpetuity, a suitable tract of - land one mile Square, more or less, on the leper reservation Leprosy in Hawaii, at Molokai, Hawaii, there shall be established thereon a -- Thospital Station and laboratory of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service of the United States for the study of the methods of transmission, cause and treatment of leprosy. The Secretary of the Treasury is

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Acts AND RESOLUTIons, LVIIITH CONGREss, . . of

authorized to cause the erection upon such site of suitable and necessary bulld| ings for the purposes of thist act, at a cost not to exceed $100,000. The # surgeon general is authorized to receive at such station such patients, afflicted with leprosy as may be committed to his care under iegai authori-k zation of the Territory of Hawaii, not to exceed sorty in number to be ‘inder treatment at any time, said patients to remain under the jurisdiction of the said surgeon general, or his agent, until returned to the proper all thorities | of FIawaii. The surgeon general of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service of the United States is authorized to detail or appoint, for the purposes of . these investigations and treatment, such raedical officers, acting assistant &tir- | geons, pharmachsts and employes as may be necessary for 8aid purposes A joint resolution approved February 28, 1905, authorized the Secretary of War to deliver to the proper authorities of the respective States, Confederate in which the regiments which bore those colors were organized i Flags Hèeturned. certain Union and Confederate battle flags now in the custody of tho War Department, for Such final dispositio r1 as the aforesaid proper authorities may determine.

The Agricultural Appropriation act, approved March 3, 1905, provided that #: any person Who 3 hall knowingiy issue or publish any counterfeit weather foreCasts or warnings of weather conditions, falsely representing

Counterfeit, such forecasts or warnings to have been issued or published | Weather Forecasts. by the Weather Bureau, or other branch of the government - service, or shall molest or interfere with any weather or | Storm flag or weather map or bulletin displayed or issued by the United States Weather “tureau, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction: thereof, for each offence, be fined in a sum not exceeding $500, or be imprisoned §. to CXCeed ninety days, or be both fined and irnprisoned, in the discretion of € COUTt. - - - * An act approved February 21, 1905. made it - unlawful for any person, part- o nership, association, or corporation engaged in commerce among the several States, Territories, District of Columbia, and possessions of

| Fraudulent the United States, or with any foreign country, to stamp any As8ay Stasaps on gold, silver, or goods manufactured therefrom, and which are || Gold and Silver intended and used in such commerce, with the words “United: Wares, States assay,” or with any words, phrases, or devices całcu

- * lated to convey the impression that the United States Government has. Certified to the fineness or quality of such gold or silver, or of the gold or silver contained in any of the goods manufactured there from. Each and, every such stamp shall constitute a separate offence. The penalty for such misrepresentation is to be a fine of not more than $5,000 or improšinment for o: .

more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. Any go Id, silver, or goods manufactured therefrom after the date of the passage of this act, bearin B. any of the stamps, words, phrases, or devices prohibited to be used under' Section (one hereof, and being in the course of transportation from one State to another, or to or from a Territory, the District of Columbia, or possessions of the United States, shall be forfeited to the United States, and may be seized and con. demned by like proceedings as those provided by law for the forfeiture, seizure and condemnation of property imported into the United States COntrary to law. An act approved February 23, 1905, alithorized the President of the United States to Cause to be prepared bronze medals of honor, with suitable erobiernatic | . devices, which shall be bestowed upon army persons ovho shałł o: 3

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by extreme daring, endanger their own lives in saving, or { HAfe Savers; endeavoring to save, lives from any wreck, disaster, or grave on Railroats. accident, or in preventing or endeavoring to prevent such wreck. disaster or grave accident, upon any railroad within the United | States engs-ged in interstate corn merce : Provided, that rio award of said medal shat! be made to any person until sufficient evidence of his deserving shall have been H furnished and placed on file, under such regulations as may be prescribed by the President of the United States. The President is also authorized to issue to 3.Thy | person to whorn a medal of honor, may be awarded under the provisions of this act a rosette or knot, to be worn in lieu of the medas, and a ribbon to be worn. with the medal; Said rosette or knot and ribbon to be each of a pattern to be prescribed by the President of the United States: Provided, that whenever a ribbon issued, under the provisions, of this act shadi have been lost, destroyed, or rendered unfit for use . Without fault or neglect on the part of the person to whom it was issued, a new ribbon shall be issued to such person without charge therefor. An act 9pproved, March 3, 1905, authorized the Secretary of war to sell, at if the prices at which they are listed for the army, upon the request of the Gover. - hors, of the Several States and Territories, such magazine rifles be| Rifle Clubs. longing to the United States as are not necessary for the equipment of the army and the , organized militia, for the use of ride clubs formed under regulations prepared by the national board for the promotion of | rifle practice and approved by the Secretary of War. The Secretary of war iS | also authorized in his discretion to sell to the several States and Törritories, as prescribed in Section 17 of the act approved January 21, 1903, for the use Of said 'clubs, ammunition, ordnance stores, and equipments of the government standard

at the prices at which, they are listed for the army. The practice of the rifló †,

clubs herein provided shall be carried on in conformity to regulations prescribed

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I-–H-----------—o-I. s APPROPRIATIONS, 1903, 1904, 1905, 97

..., Phe, Senate, ratified an extradition treaty with Haiti on December 15, 1904, an extradition treaty with Panama on January 6, 1905; a treaty with Norway amending ||. the extradition treaty of June 7, 1893, on January 6, 1905; a treaty for the pro. o tection of trademarks with Luxemburg, on February 3, 1905, and a treaty with Great | Britain relinquishing extra-territorial rights in Zanzibar on March 8, 1905,

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Appropriations For THE FISCAL YEARs ENDING JUNE 30, 1904, 1905 AND 1906.

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*One-half of the amounts for the District of Columbia, payable by the United ||. States, except amounts for the water department (estimated for 1906 at $137,720), Which are payable from the revenues ef the water department. 2 Includes all expenses of the postal service payable from postal revenues and out of the Treasury, 3 No ğıount is estimated for rivers and harbors for 1906 except the sum of $8,442, — 396 to meet contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements inéluded in the Sundry clvil estimates for 1906. In addition to this amount, the sum of $10,$44,132 is appropriated in the sundry civil act to carry out contracts authorized by law sor river and harbor improvements for 1906, "In addition to this amount, the sum f $7,872,200 is appropriated in the Sundry civil act to carry out contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements for 1905. “This annount includes $8,442,396 || to meet, contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improvements for 1906. "This almount includes $10,544,132 to carry out contracts authorized by law for river | and harbor improvements for 1906, *This amount includes $7,872,200 to carry out con– tracts authorized by law for river and harbor .improvements for 1905, 9 This amount is estimated. "This amount includes $4,500,000 for expenses of collecting revenue || from customs, $4,500,000 for payment of pensions, and $14,962,466 77 for the naval || establishment. . . . *This is the amount submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury in the # annual estimatos for the fiscal year 1905, the exact amount appropriated not being ascertainable until two years after , the close of the fiscal year. This amount in Ciudes | estimated, amount of $57,900,000 to meet sinking fund obligations for 1966, and $30." | 000,000 estimated redemptions of national bank notes in 1906 out of deposits by banks' for that purpose. . .” “In addition to this amount, contracts are authorized to be em. | tered 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 harbo. act, is $17,184,657 63; by the sundry civil act, $655,000; in all, $26,770.057 63. 13 in addition to this amount, contracts are authorized to be entered into, subject to future appropria-li tions by Congress, as follows: By ube District of Columbia, act, $1,460,000; by the naval act, $22,528,000; by the story, civil act. 37,850,000; by the act of Masoh. 3. i 1903 (public buildings aet), $5,153,859 84; in all, $36,989,85934. This amount incideo || $56,500,000 estimated to meet the requirements of the sinking fund, is No river and harbor bill passed for 1904, but $20,228,150 59, was appropriated in the Sun dry civil act || for river and harbor contracts. **Includes $20,228, 100 B9 for river and harbor COT) tracts for 1904. ...” "Amount submitted by , the Secretary of the Treasury in the estimates to 1903–04, the exact amount, not, being ascertainable until two years atter the dise Of..f.. the fiscal year. . . *In addition to this amount contracts are authorized to be entered mto subject to future appropriations by Congress, as follows: . By District of Cojo, act, #4,400,000; by the layo poorlation att, i.22,528,000; by sundry civil act."o: So, O60; by the act of March 3, 3.903 (public buildings act), $5.153,859 34; in aii,' os989,859 34. . . *For 1904–05. *For 1904-05 and prior years. 2 Regular mou. appro

priations. ** Annual suppropriations. ** Regular and po, manent annual a popropriat loris

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