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To pay O. O. Stealey, clerk to the Speaker, at the rate of one thousand six hundred dollars per annum, from July first to December first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six hundred and sixty-six dollars.

To pay Maurice Ruddlesden the difference between the pay of a laborer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum, and that of a messenger, at the rate of three dollars and sixty cents per day, from July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five hundred and eighty-three dollars and forty cents.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. That the sum of ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to pay twenty-five per centum in addition to the amount paid for day labor to the employees of the Government Printing Office, such as compositors, pressmen, stereotypers, laborers, press-feeders, Record folders, and engineers, who were exclusively employed on the night forces of the Government Printing Office during the second session of the Forty-ninth Congress : Provided, That in estimating the said twenty-five per cent, credit shall be given the Government for whatever has already been paid, or is now

being paid to said employees above the rates for day work.

To pay the sum of seventy-one dollars and twenty-five cents each to J. A. Patterson, John T. Whitaker, W. E. Miller, and John Talbert; twenty-one dollars and seventy-five cents each to John A. Bayly and A. M. Sprague; twenty-one dollars to R. W. Simmons ; six dollars and seventy-five cents each to Russell Barnes and A. R. Hilton; and four dollars and fifty cents to J. R. Francis, for services performed by them as employees of the Government Printing Office; in all, three hundred and sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

FOX AND WISCONSIN RIVERS IMPROVEMENT.

For payment of judgments and awards recovered against the United States for flowage damages caused by the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, and reported to Congress by the Attorney-General in Senate Executive Document Ninety-four, Forty-ninth Congress, second session, as follows:

John Glatz, one hundred twelve dollars and fifty cents;
Andreas Haesly, four hundred and twenty-two dollars;
Rufus Lane, two hundred dollars;
Mary Young, six hundred sixty-two dollars and sixty-six cents ;
E. B. Fisk, four hundred fifty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents;

William McLaren, five hundred thirty-six dollars and sixty-six cents;

Frederick Nable, six hundred ninety-eight dollars;
Henry Kuhn, four hundred and fifty dollars;
Eliza A. Clark, three hundred and fifty dollars ;
Emily L. Stickney, three hundred dollars ;
Henry Kempf, two hundred and fifty dollars ;
John Kien, three hundred seventeen dollars and thirty-three cents;
Robert Buckstaff, six hundred and fifty dollars;

Charles Morgan, eight hundred five dollars and eighty-three cents;

Caroline Mitchell, Nellie Mitchell, Mary Blackman, Alice Mitchell, and Emma Mitchell, heirs of Samuel Mitchell, deceased, three hundred forty-one dollars and sixty-six cents ;

Sarah P. Locke, six hundred thirty-one dollars and sixty-six cents;
T. A. Rogers, five hundred and eleven dollars ;
N. Naumer, five hundred eighty-two dollars and fifty cents;
Nelson Allen, four hundred sixty-two dollars and fifty cents;

William B. Knapp, six hundred ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents;

John Gores, four hundred thirty-six dollars and sixty-six cents;
G. A. Randall, two hundred and eighty dollars;
Charles Kalbus, five hundred sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents ;
F. C. Arnold, four hundred and seventy-five dollars;

Balthazar Gallatine, four hundred twenty-six dollars and sixty-six cents;

Charles Rohr, five hundred ninety-one dollars and sixty-six cents;
Carl Derber, four hundred dollars;
George Rogers, two thousand four hundred and forty dollars;

Commodore Rogers, one thousand four hundred and eighty dollars;

Martha E. Roberts, two thousand two hundred thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents;

D. L. Libbey, two thousand one hundred ninety-six dollars and ninety-six cents;

Henry C. Westphal, three hundred and fifty dollars;
L. C. Porter, three hundred and ten dollars;
John Ryf, one thousand three hundred and seventy-five dollars;

J. E. La Grange, one thousand two hundred and ninety dollars and sixty-six cents;

W. H. Ternouth, four hundred and seventy dollars;
Pauline Schaffer, substituted for August Schaffer, ninety dollars;
Frederick Webber, seventy-five dollars;
Fred. Malchow and John F. Brown, four hundred dollars ;
Ferdinand Flester, one hundred and fifty dollars;
Ed. M. Brainerd, seven hundred and twenty-five dollars;
August Beduhn, three hundred eleven dollars and sixty-six cents;
P. C. Callup, four hundred and fifty dollars;

Wilhelmine Naffin, four hundred fifty-three dollars and thirtythree cents;

John R. Wheeler, four hundred forty-three dollars and thirtythree cents;

George M. F. Arnold, three hundred fifty-eight dollars and thirtythree cents;

Hugh Gear, four hundred eighty-three dollars and thirty-three cents;

Mary Dickinson, six hundred and twenty-five dollars ;
A. Ackermann, three hundred fifteen dollars and twenty-five cents;
Robert Jaenicke, four hundred sixty-two dollars and fifty cents;
A. Merton, five hundred dollars ;
Regina Laescher, two hundred dollars ;
Lorenz Kenzel, one hundred and fifty dollars;
John Scheer, one hundred dollars;
Robert Petzhold, five hundred and sixty dollars;
Orson Angell, eight hundred and forty dollars;

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Charles E. Angell, two hundred and fifty dollars;

Nelson Shepperd, Catharine Shepperd, and Walter Shepperd, by his guardian ad litem, Nelson Shepperd, three hundred dollars;

Thomas Davis, six hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents;
Theodore Grubbe, one thousand three hundred dollars;
Francis Weyerhurst, four hundred dollars;

Lucas M. Miller, five thousand three hundred and thirty-two dollars:

Frederick Malchow, one hundred and forty dollars;
Ludwig Malchow, three hundred dollars;
Gottlieb Doehmel, one thousand two hundred and ten dollars;
Eric B. Sternan, six hundred and eighty-two dollars;
Mahala Sturtevant, one thousand dollars;
Charles Robinson, three hundred and forty-four dollars;
Patrick

Quilty, one hundred dollars;
G. W. Washburn, nine hundred dollars;

The Island Park Association and Gabe Bouck, one thousand one hundred forty-four dollars and seventy-two cents;

Peter McCourt, three hundred and fifty dollars;
August Porath, four hundred and eighty dollars;
John Winchlag, two hundred and ten dollars;
John Behrand, one hundred dollars;
John Leonard, six hundred and twenty-five dollars;
Mary E. Wright, one thousand three hundred dollars;
William E. Mills, six hundred and sixty dollars;

Ed. L. Matthewson, three thousand nine hundred and forty-five dollars;

George W. Merritt, executor of the last will and testament of Eliza Merritt, deceased, seven hundred and eighty-four dollars;

Sedate D. Paddleford, two thousand four hundred dollars;
John Strum, seven hundred and forty-five dollars;
John Schroeder, seven hundred and forty-four dollars;

Hansuma S. Bangs, as administratrix of the estate of Alexander Bangs, one thousand one hundred and forty dollars;

A. S. Trow, seven hundred and fifty dollars;

George Allanson, substituted for J. D. Harris, one hundred and sixty dollars;

Mary W. Stow, two thousand seven hundred sixty-four dollars and eighty cents;

Benjamin F. Moore, four thousand five hundred forty-two dollars and sixty-one cents;

Heman Hodgkin, two thousand eight hundred fifty-eight dollars and six cents;

Ann White, seven hundred and forty-two dollars;

Joseph Kinsman, four thousand nine hundred sixty-three dollars and ninety seven cents;

D. D. Trelevan, surviving executor of last will and testament of T. J. Wood, deceased, one thousand four hundred and sixty-six dollars and forty-nine cents;

Richard B. Charles, nine hundred and sixty dollars; William R. Tallmadge, as executor of the last will and testament of William R. Tallmadge and Sarah J. Tallmadge, deceased, three hundred and twenty dollars;

Gustavus A. Bensom and Henry A. Geisse, trustees of the estate of F. William Geisse, five hundred and twenty-four dollars ;

James Whitton, six hundred and eighty-two dollars;
Dennis Ryan, three hundred and eighteen dollars ;

Nicholas Krebsbach, four hundred seventeen dollars a: cents;

Peter Krebsbach, four hundred seventeen dollars and nin

Mirton F. Mosher, as administrator of the estate of Mosher, deceased, one thousand four hundred seventy-sev and fifty-two cents;

L. H. Bishop, Luke W. Bishop, Lucerne Bishop, Lucret Louisa M. Bishop, and Lafayette Bishop, eight hundred seven dollars;

James A. Fisher, one thousand two hundred and sixty d thirty-three cents;

Ezra Peebles, six hundred four dollars and forty-five cei J. C. Robbins, seven hundred sixty-nine dollars and fifty

Cynthia B. Ripley, two hundred thirty-two dollars ai cents;

Isaiah Rifenbach, one thousand one hundred forty-nii and eighty-two cents;

Valentine Mingel, one thousand four hundred sixty-fi and eighty-eight cents;

Alexander W. Stow, and Randall A. Stow, three thousar
Marcellus Ayers, one hundred and fifty dollars;
Harvey D. Saint John, six hundred dollars;
Theodore Herling, three hundred dollars;
Antoinette Herling, seventy-five dollars;

W. H. Miller, as administrator of the estate of Willia deceased, and I. Newton Miller, three thousand three hundre nine dollars and twenty cents;

John S. McDonald, six hundred and forty dollars;

Ralph O. Fox and Edward McCaffrey, one hundred sev and twenty cents;

James Rockafellow, one hundred thirty-three dollars a eight cents;

Catherine Stillwell, four hundred thirty-nine dollars and cents;

Francis E. Aldrich, one hundred twenty dollars and seve
George Ennis and Samuel Ennis, six hundred dollars;
Martha J. Rundell, seventy-three dollars and twenty cei
Joseph Yates, three hundred dollars;
R. S. Harrington, one hundred and twenty-five dollars;

Henry B. Basing, fifty dollars; in all, one hundred thousan four dollars and fifty-three cents.

Provided, That hereafter the United States Government be held liable for damages heretofore or now caused by the of the lands or other property of any person in the prose maintenance by the United States Government of any of of improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, in th Wisconsin, unless the action or proceeding to ascertain and the amount for which compensation is now legally owii damages occasioned by such overflow, and as contemplated of Congress approved March third, eighteen hundred and five, entitled "An act to aid in the improvement of the Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin,” shall hav shall be commenced as provided in said act, and the acts ar

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thereof, prior to the passage of this act, and all claims and causes of action now existing upon which no proceeding has been already or shall be taken within the time last specified to enforce the same shall be forever barred. And the said act approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five be, and the same is hereby, repealed, but no action or proceeding which shall be pending shall be in any way affected by this repeal: Provided, houerer, That all appeals on the part of the United States to the courts from the awards and determinations of any such commission shall proceed in the same manner as though said act had not been repealed. To

pay amount of judgment in favor of Charles Sweany for flowage damages caused by the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, certified by the Attorney-General in House Executive Document Number Two hundred and seven, Forty-ninth Congress, first session, one thousand, sixty-seven dollars and nine cents, being in addition to the sum of one hundred fourteen dollars and sixty-five cents appropriated for costs on appeal to the superior court in the deficiency appropriation act approved August fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

To pay the amounts due the several commissioners to ascertain flowage damages caused by the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, as follows:

To Commissioner J.V.Swetting, one thousand one hundred seventythree dollars and twenty-five cents;

To Commissioner J. Č. Burdick, one thousand four hundred forty

To Commissioner J. C. Thompson, eight hundred eighty-two dollars and sixty cents;

To Commissioner G. H. Buckstaff, three hundred thirty-two dol

Tó Commissioner E. M. Wadsworth, two hundred fifty-five dollars and fifteen cents

To Commissioner G. H. Read, three hundred fifty-seven dollars and thirty cents.

To Commissioner J. C. Burdick, one thousand five hundred and sixty-four dollars ;

To Commissioner J. V. Swetting, one thousand five hundred and sixty-four dollars ;

To Commissioner B. L. Cornish, one thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars;

To Commissioner G. H. Buckstaff, one thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars;

In all, ten thousand five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and eightyfive cents.

That so much of the act approved August fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightysix and for prior years, and for other purposes, as appropriates twentytwo thousand two hundred and eighty-seven dollars and six cents to pay the unappealed judgment and award of Augusta G. Ruggles, recovered against the United States, and reported by the AttorneyGeneral in Executive Document Number Two hundred and seven, Forty-ninth Congress, first session, be, and the same is hereby, so amended as to appropriate only the sum of twenty thousand two hundred and eighty-seven dollars and six cents.

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