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Virginia L. Cartwright, one thousand five hundred dollars, together with seventy-one dollars and seventy cents costs ;

Enoch Ridgeway, five hundred dollars, together with one hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty cents costs;

R. S. Thomas, three hundred and seventy-five dollars, together with sixteen dollars and twenty-five cents costs;

William C. McGill (balance), one hundred and sixty-three dollars and fifteen cents;

Raleigh Sherman, three hundred and seventy-eight dollars and ninety-six cents, together with nineteen dollars and ten cents costs;

Mary L. Paschal, twenty-eight dollars and thirty cents costs;

Abraham Kaufman, eight hundred dollars, together with twentyseven dollars and sixty cents costs;

Henry Ruppert, four hundred dollars, together with forty-three dollars and seventy cents costs;

James Stewart, fifty dollars, together with three dollars and twenty cents costs;

Louisa Hilton and Mary Hilton, seven hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents together with ninety dollars and forty cents costs;

Margaret and Catharine Harrigan, five hundred dollars, together with forty-six dollars and fifty cents costs;

Annie Clarkson, one thousand dollars, together with thirty-six dollars and fifty cents costs; in all, nine thousand two hundred and forty-five dollars and forty-six cents, together with a further sum sufficient to pay the interest on said judgments from the date the same became due until the day of right of appeal shall have expired.

SALE OF BONDS: To supply the deficiency in the amount realized from the sale of bonds in which the ten per centum retained from contractors was invested, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight as follows: For salaries and contingent expenses, streets, public schools, buildings for schools, courts, miscellaneous expenses, health department, judgments, and water department, three thousand and ten dollars and seventy-five cents, as per estimates submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury, August twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, Senate Executive Document Number Two Hundred and Fifty-two.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, as follows:

EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Forstationery, printing, furniture, and livery, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, seven hundred and two dollars and thirty-seven cents.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE: For daily transfers furnished by recorder of deeds from January first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, per bill on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, two hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty cents.

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE: For printing, per bill on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, twelve dollars and thirty-five cents.

ATTORNEY'S OFFICE: For stationery,, printing, and ice, per bills on file in office of the auditor of the District of Columbia, thirty dollars and twenty-nine cents.

PURCHASE AND REPAIRS OF PUMPS: For pumps, per bill on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, fifty-seven dollars and twenty-nine cents.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS: For stationery, printing, ice, gas, and supplies, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight dollars and eighty-eight cents.

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES: For general advertising, advertising proposals and notices, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, two thousand and fifty-two dollars and nine cents.

For books for register of wills, printing, checks, damages, and other necessary items: To pay William Forsyth for surveying, per bill on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, three hundred and twenty-eight dollars and nineteen cents.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT: For rent of office, rent of stable, printing, and forage, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, three hundred and thirty-one dollars and twenty cents.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, as follows:

CLEANING TIDAL SEWERS : For lime and oil, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, three dollars and fifty-three cents.

FIRE DEPARTMENT : For saddlery, ice, and gas, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, one hundred and forty-one dollars and eighty cents.

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES: For forage, saddlery, and horseshoeing, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, thirty dollars and sixty-three cents.

For advertising proposals and notices, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, sixty-nine dollars and fifteen cents.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, as follows:

STREET LAMPS : For gas and erection of lamps, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, two thousand and ninety-five dollars and sixty-four cents.

FIRE DEPARTMENT: For horseshoing and gas, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, three hundred and ten dollars and seventy-seven cents.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, as follows:

CURRENT REPAIRS TO COUNTY ROADS: For sand, per bill on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, ninety-six dollars.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, as follows:

DISTRICT OFFICES AND MARKETS : For repairs to wagon used by District offices, per bill on file in office of auditor of the District of Columbia, seventeen dollars and twenty cents.

That one-half of the foregoing amounts, to meet deficiencies in the appropriations on account of the District of Columbia, shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia, and one-half from

any money in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise approprịated.

EMPLOYMENT OF SPECIAL COUNSEL: To enable the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to employ and pay special counsel to represent the District of Columbia in the case of Samuel Strong, authorized to be submitted to an arbitration board of three persons to be appointed by the President of the United States under the joint

resolution of Congress approved July tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary ; one-half of said sum to be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and the other half from any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

WATER DEPARTMENT: For stationery, advertising, forage, and horse-shoeing, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, two hundred and eighty-six dollars and seventy-six cents.

For pipe distribution to high and low service: Fuel, per bills on file in the office of auditor of the District of Columbia, one thousand and sixty-four dollars and sixty-eight cents.

All being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven.

To pay William Forsyth for surveying site of pump-house in Georgetown, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, ten dollars.

The foregoing items under the water department shall be paid out of the revenues of that department.

Increase of Water Supply, Washington, District of Columbia : For expenses of the Joint Select Committee appointed under a concurrent resolution of Congress to investigate the work upon, and contracts and other matters relating to the Washington Aqueduct tunnel, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be disbursed by the Clerk of the House of Representatives on vouchers approved by said Joint Select Committee.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

To enable the Secretary of War to pay a reasonable additional compensation to the employees in the office of the Adjutant-General engaged on extra work after office hours in disposing of accumulated pension work during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyseven, at such rates as he may deem just and proper, but not exceeding sixty cents per hour to clerks (regardless of grade) and not exceeding thirty cents per hour to messengers, for the extra time actually employed, twenty-five thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine dollars and thirty cents.

To enable the Secretary of War to pay a reasonable additional compensation to the employees in the office of the Surgeon-General who were actually employed after office hours in disposing of accumulated pension work during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyseven, at such rates as he may deem just and proper, but not exceeding sixty cents per hour to clerks (regardless of grade) and not exceeding thirty cents per hour to messengers, for the extra time actually employed, thirteen thousand four hundred and twenty-nine dollars and twenty cents.

MANUFACTURE OF ARMS AT NATIONAL ARMORIES: To enable the Secretary of War to pay to Paul Butler royalty on sixty-nine thousand six hundred and twenty-eight hook attachments or stacking swivels, at eight cents each, as per judgment of the Court of Claims, dated June fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight (numbered fourteen thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine), these being the number manufactured by the Government and attached to arms from April twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to June thirtieth,

eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, five thousand five hundred and seventy dollars and twenty-four cents.

PAY OF THE ARMY.

For mileage to officers, when authorized by law, to be disbursed under the limitations prescribed for the appropriation for mileage to officers by the Army appropriation act approved February ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six thousand dollars.

SIGNAL SERVICE.

For transportation of men and their baggage, and for transportation of material, being for the service of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two hundred and fiftyfive dollars and ninety-two cents.

•For Signal Service transportation, eighteen hundred and eightyfour and prior years, to pay the claim of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé Railroad Company, three dollars and one cent.

For medical attendance and medicines to officers and enlisted men of the Signal Corps, being for the service of the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two hundred and forty-eight dollars and three cents.

ENGINEERS DEPARTMENT.

MISSISSIPPI RIVER COMMISSION: Salaries and traveling expenses of the Mississippi River Commission, and for salaries and traveling expenses of assistant engineers, and for office expenses and contingencies, being for the period from April thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to close of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and to be at once available, twenty-five thousand dollars.

GAUGING THE WATERS OF LOWER MISSISSIPPI AND ITS TRIBUTARIES : Annual expenses of gauging the water of the Mississippi and its tributaries ; continuing observations of the rise and fall of the river and its chief tributaries as required by joint resolution of February twenty-first, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, rendered necessary for establishing additional gauges at Fulton, Garland, and Collin's Bluff (mouth of Sulphur River) Arkansas, three thousand six hundred dollars.

To reimburse and pay the Hartford and New York Transportation Company for labor and money expended in removing, in an emergency, obstructions and dredging the Connecticut River in eighteen hundred and eighty-six, under the same rules and inspections as the work on said river had been conducted by the United States engineer officers in charge, two thousand six hundred and six dollars and eighty cents.

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

For payment on account of Army transportation, eighteen hundred and eighty-two and prior years, as certified to Congress as due, by the accounting officers of the Treasury, in House Executive Document Number Nineteen, Fiftieth Congress, first session, namely: To the Hoboken Land Improvement Company of New Jersey, fifteen thousand eight hundred dollars.

That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Department are hereby authorized and directed to credit and allow to LieutenantColonel R. N. Batchelder, deputy quartermaster-general, the voucher for eight hundred and fifty dollars for horses purchased for the use of the War Department on May fifteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and the voucher for five hundred dollars for a similar purchase made March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eightysix, and to charge the same, respectively, to the appropriations for contingencies of the Army for the years eighteen hundred and cightyfive and eighteen hundred and eighty-six.

RENT, AND SO FORTH, CITADEL ACADEMY, SOUTH CAROLINA: To pay the amount reported as due by the Secretary of War in pursuance of the joint resolution approved August fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, to the State of South Carolina for rent of the Citadel Academy at Charleston, South Carolina, from August twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to February second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, including the sum equitably due to the said State for the loss by fire of the west wing of said building while in the occupation of the United States, seventy-seven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars: Provided, That this sum shall be accepted in full payment of all claims for rent, wear and tear, and injury to the property by fire, or from any other cause whatever due to the said occupancy by the United States.

EXTENSION OF MILITARY RESERVATION AT FORT THORNBURGH, UTAH: For payment for private property taken by the Government in extension of the military reservation at Fort Thornburgh, Utah; under the order of the commander of the post, of April fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and the President's order of May thirteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, being the amount awarded by a board of officers June tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, as per their report approved by the War Department, three thousand four hundred and thirty-seven dollars.

Reimbursement to certain States and Territories for expenses incurred in repelling invasions and suppressing Indian hostilities, act June twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, eleven thousand seven hundred and twenty-three dollars and sixty-four cents.

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES, NAVY DEPARTMENT: To pay to John Wanamaker for stationery furnished the Navy Departmənt and offices for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two hundred and nineteen dollars and fifty-eight cents.

To reimburse the appropriations “Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, Bureau of Ordnance, eighteen hundred and eighty-six,” thirty-six dollars, and “Contingent, Bureau of Ordnance, eighteen hundred and eighty-six," three dollars, for amounts erroneously paid therefrom; in all, thirty-nine dollars.

To reimburse the following appropriations for amounts erroneousiy paid therefrom :

Construction and repair, Bureau Construction and Repair, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, twelve dollars and fifty cents.

Contingent, Bureau Equipment and Recruiting, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, nine dollars and fifty cents. 1299

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