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CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FIRST AUDITOR AND COM

MISSIONER OF CUSTOMS.

For expenses of collecting the revenue from customs, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and ten thousand six hundred and thirty-six dollars and sixty-four cents.

For repayments to importers, excess of deposits, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and eighty dollars and fifty-four cents.

For heating apparatus for public buildings, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, four hundred and forty-six dollars and forty-three cents.

Forfurniture and repairs of furniture for public buildings, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, three dollars and ninetyfive cents.

WAR DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE SECOND

AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

For pay of two and three year volunteers, eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, eighteen thousand eight hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty-four cents.

For bounty to volunteers and their widows and legal heirs eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, fifteen thousand six hundred and seven dollars and seven cents.

For bounty, act of July twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty; six, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty, two thousand seven hundred and fifty-one dollars and fifty-eight cents.

For pay, and so forth, of the Army, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, eight hundred and sixty-eight dollars and fortyone cents.

For traveling, expenses of California and Nevada volunteers prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, one hundred and eighty-four dollars and one cent.

For contingencies of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, four hundred and fifty-two dollars and twenty-seven cents.

For draft and substitute fund, eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, thirty dollars.

For medical and hospital department, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, sixty dollars.

For armament of fortifications, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one thousand and thirty-two dollars and sixty-four cents.

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INTERIOR DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE

SECOND AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

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For pay of Indian agents, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years two dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For support of Indian school, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, two dollars and sixty-eight cents.

For survey and appraisement of Umatilla lands, reimbursable, six hundred and eighteen dollars and

forty cents. For telegraphing and purchase of Indian supplies, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, seventeen dollars.

For transportation of Indian supplies, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, one thousand and ninety-two dollars and eightysix cents.

For Army pensions, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, six dollars.

WAR DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE THIRD

AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

For subsistence of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, seven hundred and nine dollars and sixty-nine cents.

For regular supplies, Quartermaster's Department, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, three hundred and twenty-one dollars and thirty-four cents.

For incidental expenses, Quartermaster's Department, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five hundred and sixty dollars and eighty cents.

For transportation of the Army and its supplies, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, eighteen thousand eight hundred and eighty-one dollars and fifty-nine cents.

For fifty per centum of arrears of Army transportation due certain land-grant railroads, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, eighty dollars and eighty-nine cents.

For barracks and quarters, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five thousand two hundred and thirty dollars.

For horses for cavalry and artillery, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, six hundred and twenty-five dollars and thirtythree cents.

For observation and report of storms, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, thirty-eight dollars and fifty cents.

For Signal Service transportation, eighteen hundred and eightyfive and prior years, to pay the claim numbered ninety-nine thousand two hundred and twenty-nine, in said Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, four dollars.

That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, authorized, in his discretion, to loan any scientific instruments in the possession of any of the bureaus under his charge, and not in use, to persons taking observations, or making investigations in connection with, or for the use of, the Signal Service under such regulations as he may prescribe, taking such security for the safe-keeping and return of such instruments on demand as he may deem necessary.

For contingencies of fortifications, twenty-eight dollars.

For refunding to States expenses incurred in raising volunteers, twenty-four thousand two hundred and eighty-five dollars and seven cents.

For refunding to States expenses incurred in raising volunteers (act of March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five), one thousand four hundred and nine dollars and forty cents.

For reimbursing Kentucky for expenses in suppressing the rehellion, two thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars and ninetythree cents.

For reimbursing Massachusetts for expenses incurred and paid in protecting the harbors and strengthening the fortifications on the coast (act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-four), one hundred and fourteen thousand nine hundred and fifty-one dollars and forty-five cents.

For horses and other property lost in the military service, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, thirty-eight thousand. five hundred and thirteen dollars and tħirty-seven cents.

For commutation of rations to prisoners of war in rebel States, and to soldiers on furlough, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, nine thousand eight hundred and three dollars and twentyfive cents.

For pay, transportation, services, and supplies of Oregon and Washington vo'unteers in eighteen hundred and fifty-five and eighteen hundred and fifty-six, eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, two thousand three hundred and seventy-one dollars and fortyfour cents.

For Rogue River Indian war, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, eighty-seven dollars and twenty-six cents.

For support of Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, forty do lars.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FOURTH AUDITOR AND SEC

OND COMPTROLLER.

For pay of the Navy, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, one hundred and fifty-four thousand five hundred and ninety-four dollars and three cents.

For pay, miscellaneous, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one hundred and ninety dollars and seventy-seven cents.

For pay, Marine Corps, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, eighteen dollars and fifty-one cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Navigation, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, five dollars.

For contingent, Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, sixty-one dollars and fifty cents.

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, eight hundred and ninety-six dollars and seventy cents.

For bounty for the destruction of enemies vessels prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, forty-six dollars and seventy cents.

For enlistment bounties to seamen, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, five hundred and fifty-four dollars and thirty-five cents.

For indemnity for lost clothing, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, sixty dollars.

For payments on account of clothing or bedding destroyed by order, for sanitary purposes, in preventing the spread of contagious diseases, one hundred and fifty dollars and forty-six cents.

For the payment of claims for difference between actual expenses and mileage, allowed under the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the case of Graham versus United States, six hundred and ninety-five dollars and eighty-seven cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE SIXTH AUDITOR.

For deficiency in postal revenues, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, except the claim numbered six thousand eight hundred, in said Executive Document Number Three Hundred and Seventy-seven, two thousand six hundred and seventy-seven dollars and four cents.

SEC. 4. 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 Ninety-three, Fiftieth Congress, first session, there is appropriated, as follows:

WAR DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE SECOND

AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

Pay of two and three year volunteers, eighteen hundred and seventyone and prior years, thirty-two thousand and thirty-nine dollars and thirty cents.

Bounty to volunteers and their widows and legal heirs, eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, thirty thousand six hundred and sixty dollars and sixty-five cents.

Bounty, act of July twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty, five thousand seven hundred and forty-nine dollars and seventy-four cents.

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

Pay, and so forth, of the Army, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, nineteen dollars and thirty-two cents.

Traveling expenses of California and Nevada volunteers prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, one hundred and thirty-six dollars and fifty-four cents.

Contingencies of the Army, eighteen hundred and eighty-five and prior years, one thousand three hundred and seventy-six dollars and fifteen cents.

WAR DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE THIRD

AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER.

Refunding to States expenses incurred in raising volunteers, three thousand four hundred and five dollars and eighty-seven cents.

Horses and other property lost in the military service prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, fourteen thousand one hundred and forty-nine dollars and twenty-seven cents.

Commutation of rations to prisoners of war and to soldiers on furlough prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, two thousand three hundred and forty-eight dollars and fifty cents.

SEC. 5. That for the payment of a portion 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 seventyfour, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightysix and prior years, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of the act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eightyfour, as fully set forth in Senate Executive Documents Number Two Hundred and Fifty-five and Two Hundred and Sixty-nine, Fiftieth Congress, first session, there is appropriated, as follows:

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FIRST COMPTROLLER.

STATE DEPARTMENT. FOREIGN INTERCOURSE : For contingent expenses, foreign missions, eigh'een hundred and eighty-six and prior years, two hundred and eighty-three dollars and twenty-three cents.

For salaries, consular service, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, fourteen dollars and ten cents.

For contingent expenses, United States consulates, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, seventy-one dollars and eightythree cents.

For expenses of prisons for American convicts, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, one hundred and eighty-four dollars and sixty-two cents.

For pay of consular officers for services to American vessels and seamen, prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, fourteen dollars.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. For salaries, office of Secretary of the Treasury, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, sixty-four dollars and seventeen cents.

For drawback on stills exported (act March first, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine), one hundred and eighty dollars.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. For Geological Survey, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, twenty dollars and four cents.

For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, two hundred and eleven dollars and eighty-two cents.

For contingent expenses of land offices, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, seventeen dollars and thirty-three cents.

For expenses of depositing public moneys, eighteen hundred and eighty-six and prior years, two hundred and eighty dollars and ninety-eight cents.

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

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