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Contingent, Bureau of Navigation, eighteen hundred and eightysix, three dollars; in all, twenty-five dollars.

CONTINGENT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE: To reimburse Pay-Director T. H. Looker, United States Navy, for amounts paid the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, for exchange rental for the branch Hydrographic Office, Washington, District of Columbia, from the appropriation “pay miscellaneous, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven," the accounting officers claiming that these expenditures should have been paid from the appropriation for legislative, executive, and judicial expenses for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, twenty-three dollars and thirty-three cents.

NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.

PAY MISCELLANEOUS: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers for actual expenses while traveling under orders, one thousand three hundred and twenty-eight dollars and seven cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, fourteen dollars.

MARINE CORPS.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of undrawn clothing, two thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight dollars and twenty-eight cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, seventeen dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars and seventyone cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, eighty-nine dollars and forty-one cents.

To pay account for provisions furnished during fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, seven dollars and fifty cents.

To pay accounts on file for repair of barracks at Pensacola, Florida; one hundred and eighty dollars and forty-five cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of repair of barracks, Marine Corps, sixty dollars and sixteen cents.

PROVISIONS: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, seventy-nine dollars and eighty-three cents.

CLOTHING: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, seventy-nine dollars and eighty-three cents.

FUEL: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, seventy-nine dollars and eighty-two cents.

CONTINGENT: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, seventy-nine dollars and eighty-four cents.

TRANSPORTATION AND RECRUITING: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, forty-three dollars and fifty cents.

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION. To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirteen cents.

NAVAL WAR COLLEGE, BUREAU OF NAVIGATION: To pay the following unpaid bills on account of expenses of the Naval War College for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, namely: Warren Ward and Company, for furniture, ninety dollars; H. P. Williams and Company, for mattresses, eighteen dollars; Phillip F. Conroy, for plumbing, nine dollars and forty cents; Phillip F. Čonloy, for plumbing, six dollars and fifty-four cents; W. K. Covell, for grate to range, one dollar and seventy-five cents ; W. K. Covell, for brick for range, two dollars and fifty cents; G. B. Reynolds, for coal, sixty-five dollars and seventy cents; G. B. Reynolds, for coal, thirty-two dollars and eighty-five cents; Old Colony Steamboat Company, freight, seven dollars and forty-six cents; in all, two hundred and thirty-four dollars and twenty cents.

COMPASS-TESTING HOUSES, BUREAU OF NAVIGATION: To pay bill of T. B. Cross, junior, for doors, sash, and so forth, furnished for the compass-testing houses, Bureau of Navigation, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, thirty-two dollars and eighty-nine cents.

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, twenty-one dollars and forty-nine cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, seventy-seven dollars and fifty-one cents.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the contingent service of the Bureau of Ordnance, three thousand dollars.

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING. To

pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five dollars.

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING. To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of rations commuted, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two thousand one hundred and seventyseven dollars and seventy cents. To

рау. amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of advertising, one hundred and fifty-five dollars and eighty-six cents.

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, fifty-five dollars and eighty-nine cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight; being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, one hundred and ninety-four dollars and seven cents.

NAVY MISCELLANEOUS.

PAYMENT TO OWNERS OF SCHOONER NELLIE WOODBURY : To pay. the owners of the schooner Nellie Woodbury for general average, being the proportion due from the United States, as owners of the cargo, on account of the damage sustained by the collision of said schooner with the schooner Charlie Henley, in March, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, while on a voyage from Boston, Massachusetts, bound for Washington, District of Columbia, laden with old copper and lead, the property of the United States, one hundred and seventyeight dollars and thirty-one cents.

PAYMENT TO OWNERS OF BRITISH STEAM-SHIP KATE FAWCETT: To compensate the owners of the British steam-ship Kate Fawcett for damages sustained by that vessel in consequence of a collision with the United States steamer Atlanta, at the port of Aspinwall, in March, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, under a finding of a board of survey appointed under the regulations of the Navy Department, onehundred and twenty dollars.

PAYMENT TO OWNERS OF THE SWEDISH BARK LIMA: To compensate the owners of the Swedish bark Lima for damages sustained by said vessel by collision with the United States flagship Richmond, in the harbor of Key West, on March twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one thousazad six hundred and sixty-four dollars and fifty-nine cents.

PAYMENT FOR EXPENSES INCURRED AND LOSSES SUSTAINED BY SINKING OF COAL-BARGE H. E. HART : To pay P.C. O'Rourke, owner of coal-barge H. E. Hart, for expenses incurred and losses sustained by him in consequence of the sinking of the barge at the navy-yard, New York, March fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, while in tow of the United States tug Catalpa, three hundred and sixtythree dollars and seventy cents; and to pay E. R. Lowe for services rendered in raising said barge, pumping, and other necessary work in connection with the delivery of her cargo of coal at the navy-yard, six hundred and thirty-six dollars and fifty cents; in all, one thousand dollars and twenty cents.

WHARFAGE, UNITED STATES MONITOR TERROR: To pay William Cramp and Sons for wharfage and for care and protection of the United States monitor Terror, in accordance with letters of the Secretary of the Navy to said firm dated November twenty-third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and February nineteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, three thousand three hundred and fifty-twodollars.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay to the following employees in the Patent Office the sums severally due them, being the difference between the amounts received by them and the salaries appropriated by law, for the positions to which they had been appointed or promoted without taking the oath of office prior to November, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, namely: W. L. Aughinbaugh, one hundred and forty-five dollars and fifty cents; L. B. Wynne, ninety-nine dollars and forty cents; Jay F. Bancroft, fifteen. dollars and twenty cents; T. J. Hudson, forty-five dollars and sixtyfive cents; James R. Rogers, fifteen dollars and twenty cents; Edward B. Moore, thirty-three dollars and twenty cents; W. A.. Cowles, thirty-three dollars and ten cents: Granville Lewis, thirtythree dollars and twenty-cents; A. R. Townshend, fifteen dollars and twenty-five cents; J. McRoberts, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; Samuel T. Fisher, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; S. W. Bunyea, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; I. N. Townsend, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; T.J. Hogan, eight dollars and fifteen cents; A. P. Smith, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; M. D. Wires, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; John W. Frost, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; Anne L. Somerville, one dollar and ninety-five cents; W. W. Townsend, fifty dollars and sixty cents; M. R. Sullivan, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; Amelia Tyler, sixteen dollars and ninety-five cents; W. H. Chadsey, ten dollars and eighty cents; Mariu Van Leer, eight dollars and forty cents; Bunyan Olive, sixteen dollars and ninety cents; John I. Brown, sixteen dollars and eighty_cents; Lewis Thompson, sixteen dollars and eighty cents; C. F. Randall, fiftyone dollars; F. P. McLean, thirty-four dollars and sixty cents; O. K. Gaantnar, thirty-three dollars and sixty cents; Robert P. Haines, twenty-eight dollars; H. E. Baker, thirty-threó dollárs and fifty cents; Sarah J. Noyes, thirty-three dollars and fifty cents; George R. Blodgett, sixty-five dollars; B. N. Morris, twenty-four dollars and twenty cents; P. E. Clark, sixteen dollars and fifty cents; J. C. Dowell, sixty-five dollars; F. C. Skinner, twenty-four dollars and ten cents; W. B. Greeley, sixteen dollars and fifty cents; Thomas G. Steward, sixteen dollars and forty cents; Charles H. Richardson, twenty-seven dollars and ninety-five cents; George A. Nixon, twenty-four dollars and twenty cents; C. M. Catlin, thirty-three dollars and sixty cents; J. Q. Rice, sixty-five dollars; A. P. Greely, twenty-eight dollars; L. Ď. Wilson, thirty-three dollars and fifty cents; E. Ř. Tyler, thirtythree dollars and fifty cents; in all, one thousand four hundred and four dollars and ninety-five cents.

That the unexpended balance of the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars appropriated by the deficiency appropriation act, approved March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, to enable the Interstate Commerce Commission to properly carry out the objects of the act to regulate commerce, be and the same is hereby reappropriated and made available for expenditure during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine.

PUBLIC LAND SERVICE.

To pay amount found due by the accounting officers on account of salary of surveyor-general of New Mexico, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two cents.

To pay amount found due by the accounting officers on account of contingent expenses, office of surveyor-general of New Mexico, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five dollars and ten cents.

For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, sixty thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one thousand four hundred and ninety-two dollars and twenty-two cents.

For expenses of depositing public moneys received from the disposal of public lands, three thousand dollars.

To pay amount found due by the accounting officers on account of expenses of depositing public moneys, one thousand one hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty-nine cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of expenses of depositing public moneys, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thousand two hundred and seventy-six dollars and seventy-two cents.

To pay amount found due by the accounting officers on account of surveying the public lands, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six hundred and ninety-four dollars and ninety cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of preservation of abandoned military reservations, nine hundred and seven dollars and sixty-nine cents.

To pay to John W. Gilmore, of Geneva County Alabama, the amount erroneously collected from him by the local land officers at Montgomery, Alabama, on homestead entry numbered twenty thousand and twenty-five, twenty-six dollars and ten cents.

INDIAN AFFAIRS. WESTERN MIAMI INDIANS: For the payment of Thomas F. Richardville for services and expenses as delegate representing the Western Miami Indians in Washington, one thousand dollars, to be paid out of the appropriation provided for said Indians in the sundry civil appropriation act for the fiscal year eighteen, hundred and eighty-nine, and to be deducted from the amount to be paid said Indians thereunder.

KASKASKIA, WEA, PEORIA, AND PIANKESHAW INDIANS: For the payment of John Wadsworth for services and expenses as delegate representing the Kaskaskia, Wea, Peoria, and Piankeshaw Indians in Washington, one thousand dollars, to be paid out of the appropriation provided for said Indians in the sundry civil appropriation act for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, and to be deducted from the amount to be paid said Indians thereunder.

EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS OF NORTH CAROLINA : For payment to W.B. Ferguson and Frederick C. Fisher, of Waynesville, North Carolina, for services rendered as attorneys for the eastern hand of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina, from October, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, to November first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six hundred dollars each, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For pay of W. J. Hadley, as superintendent of the Indian Industrial School at Chilocco, Indian Territory, from October nine, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, to November fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, both dates inclusive, one hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-two cents: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to pay over to the duly authorized treasurer of the Creek Nation, the sum of eight bundred and sixty dollars and fifty-nine cents now standing to the credit of the Creek Orphan Fund on the books of the Treasury, being the aggregate of the sums due the Creek orphans or their heirs under the treaty of March twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, and the provisions of an act entitled “An act to reimburse the Creek Orphan Fund,” approved August seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and that the receipt of the treasurer of the Creek Nation shall be a release of the United States and considered a final settlement of the Creek Orphan matter.

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