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Wainwright Kellogg, three hundred and eighty-six dollars and thirty cents;

Louis Kingsley, seven hundred and forty-six dollars and fifty-five cents;

Albert F. Sise, administrator of Charles H. Burbank, two thousand seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and fifty-four cents;

Elizabeth L. Snyder, administratrix of Henry L. Snyder, eight. thousand one hundred and eighty-two dollars and eighty-six cents;

James W. Thomson, seven thousand three hundred and twentythree dollars and fourteen cents;

William H. Hunt, five thousand seven hundred and sixty-five dollars and thirty cents;

Louis J. Allen, twelve thousand seven hundred and fifty-two dollars;

Albert S. Greene, seven thousand five hundred and eighty-nine dollars and four cents;

Robert Potts, seven thousand eight hundred and eighty-one dollarsand four cents;

Henry O. Mayo, five thousand five hundred and eighty-eight dollars and ten cents;

Albert C. Gorgas, four thousand six hundred and twelve dollars and ninety cents;

Edward Shippen, seven thousand eight hundred and three dollars and ninety-four cents;

Newton L. Bates, four thousand eight hundred and forty-nine dollars and seventy cents;

Alexander Henderson, eight thousand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and forty-eight cents;

Jesse S. Wilson, administrator of Joseph Wilson, six thousand four hundred and seventy dollars and fourteen cents;

John Johnson, five thousand nine hundred and sixty-three dollars and seven cents;

Archibald C. Rhoades, three thousand six hundred and forty-seven dollars and twenty-one cents;

Jackson McElmell, eight thousand one hundred and fifty-nine dollars and thirty-one cents;

Thomas Hiland, nine thousand three hundred and seventy-three: dollars and sixty-nine cents;

Stephen D. Hibbert, seven thousand five hundred and eighteen dollars and sixty-four cents;

John C. Spear, three thousand five hundred and ninety-five dollars and thirty-five cents;

J. D. Miller, one thousand six hundred and thirty-eight dollars and forty-six cents;

B. B. H. Wharton, seven thousand six hundred and fifteen dollars and forty cents;

Jacob Y. Shantz, Dilman B. Shantz, and Moses B. Shantz, under the firm name and style of Jacob Y. Shantz and Sons, two thousand. and sixty-five dollars and seventy-one cents;

J. S. Kennedy and W. R. Moon, one thousand and forty dollars and ninety-five cents;

Catharine S. Van Hovenburg, administratrix of John Van Hovenburg, deceased, nine hundred and forty-three dollars and eighty-one, cents;

J. Phelps Adams executor of Henry S. Davids, deceased, nine thousand seven hundred and sixty-four dollars and seventy-four cents :

Ezra J. Whittaker, eight thousand two hundred and one dollars and ninety-two cents;

Emiline Gragg, executrix of Samuel Gragg, deceased, two hundred and fifty-five dollars and fifty-eight cents;

John K. Winn, fourteen dollars and thirty cents;
James E. Reed, four hundred and fifteen dollars and fifty cents;
Charles B. Faris, one hundred and fifty-seven dollars;
James E. Hagood, one hundred and eighty-four dollars;

James Conlin and John C. Roberts, under the firm name of Conlin and Roberts, nine hundred and eighty-one dollars and eight cents;

Daniel B. Hinckley, James Spiers, and Daniel E. Hayes, under the firm name of Hinckley, Spiers, and Hayes, seven hundred and four dollars and thirty-six cents;

The Remillard Brick Company, two thousand three hundred and thirty-five dollars and sixty-five cents;

Bennett Fulmer, fifteen dollars;

Harry H. Bodwell, one thousand four hundred and forty-nine dollars and fifty-four cents;

Edward T. Strong, one hundred and eleven dollars and twenty cents; C. Mark Cole, four thousand and ninety-seven dollars;

Sarah M. Burge, administrator of Young Burge, deceased, five hundred and seventy-six dollars and ninety-nine cents;

The New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, one hundred and forty-four thousand and ninety-two dollars and ninetytwo cents;

To pay difference of interest between five per centam as provided by section ten hundred and ninety, Revised Statutes, and six per centum under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and eightyfive (eighteenth Statutes, page four hundred and eighty-one), on part of a judgment of the Court of Claims in favor of Albert Grant, withheld under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and eightyfive, but afterwards paid, the United States not having prevailed in the suits wherein demands were made against said Albert Grant, two hundred and ninety-one dollars and thirty-eight cents; in all, four hundred and ninety thousand six hundred and ten dollars and ninetyeight cents: Provided, That none of the judgments herein provided for shall be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired.

FOX AND WISCONSIN RIVER 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 Number One Hundred and Eighty-one, Fiftieth Congress, first session, namely:

U. D. Mihills, five hundred and forty dollars;

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, two thousand and forty-three dollars and forty-five cents;

First National Bank of Madison, two thousand and thirty-nine dollars six cents;

C. H. Benton, one thousand and nineteen dollars and fifty-three cents;

George E. Sutherland, six hundred and twenty-six dollars and eighty-nine cents;

Loa Kennan, four hundred and fifty-eight dollars and eighty-three cents; in all, six thousand seven hundred and twenty-seven dollars and seventy-six cents. To рау.

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 William F. S. Root, two hundred and seven dollars ;

To Commissioner J. W. Watson, eighty dollars and fifty cents;

To Commissioner Benjamin L. Cornish, two thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars;

To Commissioner Joseph C. Burdick, two thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars;

To Commissioner J. Volney Swetting, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three dollars;

To Commissioner Samuel Vincent, three hundred and twenty-two dollars;

To Commissioner George H. Buckstaff, one thousand seven hundred and forty-eight dollars; in all, eight thousand five hundred and ninety dollars and fifty cents.

SEC. 2. That for the payment of the claims certified to be due by the several accounting Officers of the Treasury Department under appropriations, the balances of which have been exhausted or carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section five of the act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and prior years, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of the act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, as fully set forth in Senate Executive Document Number One hundred and eighty-six, Fiftieth Congress, first session, there is appropriated, as follows:

CLAIMS FOR ARREARS OF PAY, BOUNTY, AND OTHER ALLOWANCES CERTIFIED BY THE SECOND AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

Pay of two and three year volunteers, eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, one hundred and sixteen thousand two hundred and thirty-six dollars and thirty-three cents.

Bounty to volunteers and their widows and legal heirs, eighteen hundred and sevety-one and prior years, one hundred and eleven thousand six hundred and fifty-four dollars and thirty-one cents.

Bounty under act of July twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty, twenty thousand one hundred and seventy dollars and sixteen cents.

Pay, and so forth, of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, three thousand six hundred and thirty-one dollars and two cents.

Pay, and so forth, of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, three hundred and seventy-six dollars and sixty-four cents.

Pay, and so forth, of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, twenty-two dollars and seventy-five cents.

Pay of volunteers (Mexican war), eighteen hundred and seventyone and prior years, twelve dollars and eighty-three cents.

Traveling expenses of California and Nevada volunteers, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, ninety-three dollars and eight cents.

Traveling expenses of First Michigan Cavalry, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, two hundred and fourteen dollars and forty-four cents.

SEC. 3. That for the payment of the following claims, certified to be due by the several accounting officers of the Treasury Department under appropriations the balances of which have been exhausted or carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section five of the act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of the act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, as fully set forth in House Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, Fiftieth Congress, first session, there is appropriated, as follows:

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FIRST COMPTROLLER.

FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. For contingent expenses, foreign missions, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and prior years, nine dollars and twenty-three cents.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. INTERNAL REVENUE: For salaries and expenses of agents and subordinate officers of internal revenue, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, to pay the claim numbered fifty-two thousand three hundred and thirty-five, in said Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, one hundred and fifty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents.

For refunding taxes illegally collected prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, ninety-five dollars and thirty-one cents.

MISCELLANEOUS: For suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For Marine Hospital Building, Baltimore, Maryland, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, eight dollars and seven cents.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

For contingent expenses War Department, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, nineteen dollars and thirty-three cents.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

MISCELLANEOUS: For Geological Survey, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, to pay the claim numbered two hundred and sixty-one thousand nine hundred and one, in said Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, nineteen dollars.

For preservation of collections, National Museum, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, to pay the claim numbered fifty-two thousand one hundred and eighty-two, in said Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, sixty dollars.

For expenses of the Eighth Census, eighteen hundred and sixty, sixty-four dollars and ninety-six cents.

PUBLIC LANDS SERVICE: For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five hundred and ninety-seven dollars and seventy-two cents.

For contingent expenses of land-offices, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five hundred and seventy-five dollars and sixteen cents.

For expenses of depositing public moneys, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and sixty dollars.

For depredations on public timber, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, one hundred and fifteen dollars and fifty cents.

For protecting public lands, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, sixteen dollars and twenty cents.

For surveying the public lands, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one thousand three hundred and sixty-three dollars and eighty-four cents.

For five, three, and two per centum fund to States, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, forty-three thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-eight cents.

For reimbursement to receivers of public moneys, excess of deposits, nine dollars and nineteen cents.

For appraisement of lots in the town of Peru, Iowa, act of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, two thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

JUDICIAL: For salaries, district marshals, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and twenty-six dollars and ninety-four cents.

For fees and expenses of marshals, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-seven dollars and sixty-four cents.

For fees of commissioners, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and sixty-four dollars. and eighty cents.

For fees of jurors, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five hundred and ten dollars and forty cents.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, three hundred and fourteen dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For support of prisoners, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, thirty-three dollars and three cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, United States courts, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, six hundred and sixty-three dollars and ninety-one cents.

For expenses of United States courts, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine and prior years, one hundred and twenty-eight dollars and four cents.

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