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by the Secretary of the Treasury with the sureties on the bond of Lucien N. Robinson, deceased, late superintendent of Indian affairs, under the provisions of section thirty-four hundred and sixty-nine, Revised Statutes, as per letter of the Second Auditor dated March twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two hundred and nineteen dollars and eighty-three cents.

FULFILLING TREATY WITH SEMINOLES: This amount of annuity money, lost to the Seminole Nation by reason of a compromise made by the Secretary of the Treasury with the sureties on the bond of Lucien N. Robinson, deceased, late superintendent of Indian affairs, under the provisions of section thirty-fjur hundred and sixty-nine, Revised Statutes, as per letter of the Second Auditor dated March twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, one thousand three hundred and four dollars and ten cents.

FULFILLING TREATY WITH CREEKS: This amount of annuity money, lost to the Creek Nation by reason of a compromise made by the Secretary of the Treasury with the sureties on the bond of Lucien N. Robinson, deceased, late superintendent of Indian affairs, under the provisions of section thirty-four hundred and sixty-nine, Revised Statutes, as per letter of the Second Auditor dated March twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, also letter of G. W. Stidham, special Creek delegate, dated December first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two thousand eight hundred and sixty-five dollars and seventy-seven cents.

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. For rent of premises now occupied by the Washington City postoffice, five thousand dollars.

MAIL DEPREDATIONS AND POST-OFFICE INSPECTORS: For fees to United States marshals, attorneys, and the necessary incidental expenses connected therewith, one thousand one hundred and four dollars and fifty cents, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

SHIP, STEAMBOAT, AND WAY LETTERS: For amount expended by postmasters in excess of appropriation, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, fifty dollars and eightythree cents.

To pay the claim of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Company, certified in House Executive Document Number Seventy, first session Forty-ninth Congress, five thousand and eighty-three dollars and twelve cents.

For manufacture of adhesive postage and special delivery stamps, six thousand eight hundred and eighty-four dollars and forty-five cents.

For manufacture of stamped envelopes, newspaper wrappers, and letter sheets, sixty-five thousand two hundred and thirty-seven dollars and seventy-eight cents.

For manufacture of registered package, tag, official, and deadletter envelopes, seventeen

thousand eight hundred and thirteen dollars and forty-nine cents.

The foregoing sums for the postal service shall be payable from the postal revenues of the respective years to which they are properly chargeable.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

For law and miscellaneous books for the library of the Department, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, six dollars and fifty cents.

JUDICIAL.

FEES OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS: For payment of district attorneys and their assistants, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, twenty-five thousand five hundred and sixtyeight dollars and eighty-one cents.

FEES OF CLERKS: For fees of clerks, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, eight thousand four hundred and sixty-five dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For fees of clerks, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, two thousand seven hundred dollars and ninety-seven cents.

For fees of commissioners and justices of the peace acting as commissioners, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, one thousand two hundred dollars.

FEES OF JUXORS: For fees of jurors, United States courts, fifty thousand dollars.

For fees of jurors, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, fifteen thousand dollars.

FEES OF WITNESSES: For fees of witnesses, United States courts, two hundred thousand dollars.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, fifty-two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, sixteen thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight dollars and seventy-four cents.

SUPPORT OF PRISONERS: For support of prisoners, United States courts, forty thousand dollars.

For support of prisoners, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, eleven thousand seven hundred and forty dollars and sixty-eight cents.

RENT OF COURT-ROOMS: For rent of United States court-rooms, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For rent of United States court-rooms, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, eight thousand six hundred and twenty-eight dollars and three cents.

For rent of United States court-rooms, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, four hundred and sixtyseven dollars and twenty cents.

For miscellaneous expenses United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, three thousand three hundred and sixty-one dollars and fifty-three cents.

EXPENSES OF TERRITORIAL COURTS IN UTAH: For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, five thousand dollars.

For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, nine thousand six hundred and ten dollars and ninety-four cents.

For expenses of Territ orial courts in Utah, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, five hundred and seventy-five dollars and sixty-five cents.

SALARIES, DISTRICT JUDGES: To pay the salary of the judge for the southern district of Alabama from date of qualification, January thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, at three thousand five hundred dollars per annum, one thousand four hundred and fifty-eight dollars and thirty-two cents.

To pay the salary of the judge for the southern district of California from date of qualification, February fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, at four thousand dollars per annum, one thousand six hundred and eleven dollars and seven cents.

SALARIES, DISTRICT ATTORNEYS: To pay the salary of the district attorney for the southern district of California from date of qualification, April seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, at two hundred dollars per annum, forty-six dollars and sixty-nine cents.

SALARIES, DISTRICT MARSHALS: To pay the salary of the district marshal for the southern district of California from date of qualification, February fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, at two hundred dollars per annum, eighty dollars and fifty-three cents.

SUPPORT OF INSANE CONVICTS: To enable the Attorney-General to pay the States asylum for insane criminals at Auburn, New York, for the care and support of United States convicts, seven hundred and two dollars.

SENATE.

For horses and wagons, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For fuel, oil, and cotton-waste for heating department, two thousand eight hundred and ninety-four dollars and twenty-seven cents.

For furniture and repairs of furniture, three thousand two hundred and forty-nine dollars and twenty-nine cents.

For packing boxes, forty-one dollars and eighty-three cents.

For folding speeches and pamphlets, six thousand seven hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirty-three cents.

For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, three thousand nine hundred and sixty-two dollars and seventy cents.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay to Caroline W. Pike, widow of Austin F. Pike, late a Senator from the State of New Hampshire, deceased, the amount of compensation as a Senator from October, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to October, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five thousand dollars.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay to Mary S. Logan, widow of John A. Logan, late a Senator from the State of Illinois, deceased, the amount of compensation as a Senator from December the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-six to December the twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five thousand dollars.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay W. R. Reynolds, for services as messenger of the Senate from January seventh to February third, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, inclusive, at the rate of one thousand four hundred and forty dollars per annum, the sum of one hundred and four dollars.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay W. P. Brownlow for extra services in folding-room, two hundred and forty dollars.

To pay Thornton A. Jackson, laborer of Senate from February seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to March fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, inclusive, fifty-two dollars.

That the Secretary of the Senate be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to William M. Olin the sum of one hundred and twenty-three dollars and thirty-three cents, being the amount of his compensation as clerk of the Committee on Indian Affairs, withheld from him by reason of his holding the office of clerk of customs, from December sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, to January twenty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six; the same to be paid out of any balance of the appropriation for salaries of officers, clerks, messengers, and others, Senate, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay George N. Stranahan for extra services on the Senate elevator from April first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to March first, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For the purchase of the Edison electric-light plant, including dynamo base and frame, engine, belting, steam pipes and fittings, wiring, lamps, sockets chandeliers, drop-lights, shades, and all other appurtenances now and for some thirty months on trial in the Senate wing of the Capitol, including the cost of engineer prior to December first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, five thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; and the Architect of the Capitol is hereby authorized to expend the money appropriate! by the act of August fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, for an electric-light plant; and he shall report to the next Congress what, if any, will be the additional expense for fixtures, and so forth.

For clerk of Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry (C. S. Wilbur) from the fourth day of March to the first day of July, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, seven hundred and eight dollars.

For compensation to J. M. Coombs, for injuries received by the breaking of the gearing of the freight elevator under the sidewalk of the Senate wing of the Capitol, two thousand five hundred dollars; said amount to be in full for all damages and for medical and all other expenses incurred and to be incurred by said Coombs on account of said injuries.

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay one month's salary from April fifteenth to May fifteenth, eighteen hundred and eightysix, to R. A. Fennell, a messenger of the Senate, removed from office, as provided for by resolution of the Senate of August fourth, eightyeen hundred and eighty-six, one hundred and twenty-three dollars and thirty-four cents.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

To pay the widow of the late Abraham Dowdney the amount of salary for the unexpired term of his service as a member of the Fortyninth Congress, one thousand one hundred and fifty-four dollars and seventeen cents.

To pay

to the widow of the late John Arnot the amoun for the unexpired term of his service and for mileage as of the Forty-ninth Congress, one thousand five hundred two dollars and seven cents.

To pay to the widow of the late Lewis Beach the amoun for the unexpired term of his service and for mileage as of the Forty-ninth Congress, two thousand nine hundred six dollars and seventeen cents. To pay

to the widow of the late W. T. Price, the amoun for the unexpired term of service and for mileage as a the Forty-ninth Congress, one thousand six hundred and dollars and ninety-three cents.

To pay to Caroline Urban, Christine Antz, and Julia sisters and heirs of the late Michael Hahn, the amount of the unexpired term of his service as a member of the F Congress, four thousand nine hundred and seventy-four ( forty-one cents to be paid in equal parts to said sisters.

For allowance to members of the House of Represen stationery, six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To pay A. W. Cochran for continuing and completing of claims reported to Congress by the Commissioners of Claims under the act of March third, eighteen hundred ar one, and by the Court of Claims under the so-called “Bov of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, at six dollars per day from the fourth of March, eighteen hu eighty-seven, to the fourth of December, eighteen hu eighty-seven, one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.

For allowance in full to the following contestants and in contested-election cases: To Charles H. Page, two tho lars; to William A. Pirce, two thousand dollars; to G. one thousand dollars; in all, five thousand dollars.

To enable the Architect of the Capitol to place similar apparatus in the kitchen of the House restaurant to that in the Senate restaurant, as authorized by the resolution of adopted January eleventh, eighteen hundred and eighty s hundred dollars.

To pay Charles Holbrook for services as laborer from J August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, seventy d

To pay R. T. Moses, for services rendered in the se during the months of December and January of the seco Forty-ninth Congress, one hundred and forty-two dollars

That the Clerk of the House be, and he hereby is, aut pay to the heirs of Edwin L. Jewell the salary provided legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act app thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, for one assis clerk during the session and three months after its close cember sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to Januar eighteen hundred and eighty-seven.

To enable the clerk, under resolution of the House, ado ary eighteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, to pay expenses of James Riley, who died while an employee of during the Forty-seventh Congress, one hundred and 1 dollars and seventy-five cents.

To pay Henry Neal the difference between the pay of al the

pay of a messenger during the two sessions of the F Congress, four hundred and fifty-one dollars and seventy

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