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intendent.

of the accounting officers of the Treasury, six hundred and seventy-six

dollars and thirty-three cents. Indian school super. TRAVELLING EXPENSES OF INDIAN SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: For

necessary travelling expenses of one Indian schoo! superintendent, including incidental expenses of inspection and investigation, five

hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary: Provided, Allowance. That he shall be allowed three dollars per day for travelling expenses

when actually on duty in the field exclusive of cost of transporta

tion. Pensions,

PENSIONS

Proviso.

Examining surgeons. For fees and expenses of examining surgeons, being a deficiency

for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, thirty-five thousand dollars.

Post-Office Department.

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Letter-balances, etc. LETTER-BALANCES, SCALES, AND TEST-WEIGHTS: Forletter-balances,

scales, and test-weights, seven thousand dollars. Clerks.

For compensation to clerks in post-offices, one hundred thousand

dollars. Rent, fuel, light. For rent, fuel, and light, twenty-five thousand dollars. Wrapping-paper. For wrapping-paper, fourteen thousand dollars: · Bulkley, Raignel & For balance due Bulkley, Raignel and Company, for one thousand Co.

five hundred reams of wrapping-paper furnished per order of Postmaster-General, being a deficiency for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thousand one hundred and sixty-five dollars.

and seventy-seven cents. Foreign mail trans- FOREIGN MAIL TRANSPORTATION: To pay amounts found due for

foreign mail transportation, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, fifty-one thousand four hundred and seventy-one dollars and fourteen cents.

portation,

Department of Jus

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. tice. Support of convicts. Support of convicts: For the support, maintenance, and transpor

tation to and from the penitentiary, of convicts from the District of Columbia, to be,expended under the direction of the Attorney-Gen

eral, fifteen thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. CONTINGENT EXPENSES, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE: For law and

miscellaneous books for Department library, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, one dollar.

For stationery for the Department of Justice, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, eleven dollars and twenty-five cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, Department of Justice, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, fortysix dollars and eighty cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, Department of Justice, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, two hundred and forty-four dollars and four cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, Department of Justice, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, sixty

eight dollars and eighty-eight cents. Fire-proof record- BUILDING, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE: For fitting up fire-proof

record-rooms to preserve the records of the Department, one thou

sand five hundred dollars. Repairs,

For repairs to heating apparatus, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two dollars and fifty cents.

rooms.

Judicial.

JUDICIAL. FEES OF JURORS, UNITED STATES COURTS: To supply a deficiency Jurors' fees. in the appropriation for fees of jurors, United States courts, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

FEES OF WITNESSES, UNITED STATES COURTS: To supply a defi. Witnesses' fees. ciency in the appropriation for fees of witnesses, United States courts, three hundred thousand dollars.

FOR PAY OF BAILIFFS AND CRIERS; of expenses of district judges Miscellaneous. directed to hold court outside of their districts; of meals for jurors when ordered by court; of compensation for jury commissioners, five dollars per day, not exceeding three days for any one term of court; for stenographic clerk for the Chief Justice and for each associate justice of the Supreme Court, at a sum not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each, seventy-five thousand dollars.

SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS: For support of United Support of prisonStates prisoners, including necessary clothing and medical aid, and transportation to place of conviction, ninety thousand dollars.

For support of United States prisoners, including necessary clothing and medical aid, and transportation to place of conviction, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, twenty thousand dollars.

FEES AND EXPENSES OF MARSHALS: For fees and expenses of mar. Marshals' fees. shals, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, ten thousand dollars.

FEES OF COMMISSIONERS: For fees of commissioners and justices Commissioners' fees of the peace acting as commissioners, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, ten thousand dollars.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, being a deficiency for Witnesses' fees. the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, three hundred and twenty-one dollars and fifty cents.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, five thousand and eighty dollars. SALARY OF CIRCUIT JUDGE: For salary of the additional circuit Salary additional

second circuit judge. judge in the second judicial circuit authorized by the act approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, six thousand dol. Vol. 24, p. 492. lars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

ment.

culture.

PUBLIC PRINTING.

Public printing. For printing and binding for the Post-Office Department, ninety- Post-Office Depart eight thousand dollars.

For printing and binding for the Department of Agriculture, ten Department of Agrithousand dollars.

To enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of the Annual leave to emlaw granting fifteen days' annual leave to the employés of the Gov. ployees. ernment Printing Office, five thousand dollars.

And the Public Printer is hereby directed to rigidly enforce the Eight-hour law to be provisions of the eight hour law in the Department under his charge.

enforced. To enable the Public Printer to continue the operations under joint storage. resolutions approved February sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty. Vol. 22, p. 687. three, for the removal and storage of certain property of the Government mentioned therein, four thousand dollars.

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E. C. Goodwin.
Payment to

To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay E. C. Goodwin, clerk to the Select Committee on the Centennial of the Constitution and the Discovery of America, for services as such clerk from the thirteenth to the nineteenth day of December, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, inclusive, forty-two dollars.

House of Representatives.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

0.0. Stealey.

For salary of 0. O. Stealy, clerk to the Speaker from December Payment to.

first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, at the rate of one thousand six hundred

dollars per annum, nine hundred and thirty-five dollars. A. B. Talcott.

To pay A. B. Talcott balance of salary as electrician of the House Payment to.

of Representatives for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty

eight, one hundred dollars." Charles Carter.

To pay Charles Carter the difference between his salary as a laborer and that of a messenger for four months, one hundred and sixty dol.

lars. Woodward & LO To pay Woodward and Lothrop for material for draping the south throp. Payment to. wing of the Capitol on the occasion of the death of ex-President Grant,

three hundred and twelve dollars and twelve cents.

To pay G. Edmonston for labor m draping the south wing of the Capitol on the occasions of the death of ex-President Grant and VicePresident Hendricks, forty-four dollars.

Payment to.

G. Edmonston.
Payment to.

ments of Court of Claims.

JUDGMENTS COURT OF CLAIMS. Payment of judg: For payment of judgments of the Court of Claims as follows:

Peter Collier, five thousand dollars;

George R. Watkins, nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-one dollars and thirty-two cents;

William E. Singleton, seventy dollars and seventy-five cents; · John H. Dialogue, surviving partner of Wood, Dialogue and Company, twenty-one thousand seven hundred and sixty-four dollars and fifty-one cents;

John H. Dialogue, surviving partner of Wood, Dialogue and Company, eleven thousand two hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty-four cents;

Eliza M. Jenkins, as administratrix of William J. Jenkins and as administratrix de bonis non of Eliza H. Chaplin, one hundred and sixty-seven dollars and twenty-nine cents;

State of Louisiana, seventy-one thousand three hundred and eightyfive dollars and fourteen cents, with interest at five per centum from May ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven;

Patrick H. Drake and William P. Ward, four hundred and eightythree dollars and fifty-three cents;

Frank Ives, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars;
Grafton C. Kennedy, two hundred and ninety-five dollars;
Almond G. Richmond, ten dollars;
William A. J. Fowlkes, forty dollars;
Francis M. Galbraith, forty-two dollars;
William D. Ramey, one hundred and sixty-four dollars;
James H. Neil, one hundred and twenty-four dollars;
John M. Stewart, one hundred and eighty-seven dollars;
Henry C. Hastings, sixty dollars;
Edgar L. Gregory, twenty-six dollars;
Richard M. Jones, twenty-eight dollars;
Charles S. Chesney, three hundred and thirty-five dollars;
Erie J. Leech, two hundred and nineteen dollars;
Benjamin S. Pedigo, fifty-four dollars;
J. Crocket Givens, seventy dollars;
Thomas F. Bowman, four hundred and twenty-two dollars;
Charles A. Womble, one hundred and seventeen dollars;
Walter S. Thomas, seventy-two dollars;
Harry R. Probasco, one hundred and ninety-five dollars;
William J. Kneeshaw, twenty-two dollars;
Robert S. Friend, one hundred and nineteen dollars;

John H. Kimmons, one hundred and three dollars;

Payment of judg:

ments of Court of Charles H. Bill, sixty dollars;

Claims-Continued. Frederick Parsons, seventy-nine dollars; Thomas A. Gillespie, seventy-five dollars;

State of Alabama, eighteen thousand two hundred and eighty-five dollars and three cents, with interest at five per centum from June ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven;

State of Mississippi, forty-one thousand four hundred and fiftythree dollars and ninety-one cents, with interest at five per centum from June ninth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven;

Henry L. Hallett, three thousand five hundred and seventeen dollars;

B. Gildersleeve, eight hundred and five dollars;
A. B. Wilson, ninety-nine dollars;
William B. Smithson, seventy-nine dollars;
Stephen Wheeler, three hundred and twenty-five dollars;
G. L. Ogden, two hundred and fifteen dollars;
Henry R. Edmunds, one hundred and fifty-eight dollars;
Henry C. Goodell, three hundred and sixty-four dollars;
James C. Strong, four hundred and forty-one dollars;
James C. Strong, one hundred dollars;
W. S. Carr, seventy-two dollars;
W. F. Watkins, one hundred and thirty-five dollars;
William Bowling, five hundred and twenty-five dollars;
Daniel S. McMasters, fifty-seven dollars;
John R. Puryear, two hundred and three dollars;
Joseph L. Fairchild, two hundred and forty-six dollars;
Eugene 0. Locke, forty-six dollars;
Charles A. Powell, one hundred and seventy-three dollars;
Samuel B. Crail, seventy-seven dollars;
Bushrod W. Bell, two hundred and twenty-nine dollars;
Robert Barber, five hundred and forty dollars;
Elbert Wallace, fifty-one dollars;
James F. Hurst, three hundred and ten dollars ;
John T. Green, seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars ;
J. C. Fowler, two hundred and fifty-five dollars ;
Almon Hall, three hundred and forty-six dollars ;
J. G. Hawthorne, one hundred and twenty-four dollars;
Jaines B. Gaston, six hundred and ninety-six dollars ;
S. M. Walker, five hundred and fifty-five dollars;
P. A. Hoyne, one hundred and twelve dollars ;

The Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company, fifteen thousand four hundred and thirty-three dollars and twentytwo cents;

Henry B. Nones, eight thousand two hundred and two dollars and thirty-seven cents;

Henry Mason, five thousand and sixty-nine dollars and sixty-five cents;

William B. Arrants, two thousand four hundred and eighty-three dollars and sixty-one cents;

Ralph Aston, five hundred dollars,

Albert D. Bache, eight thousand six hundred and forty-two dollars and thirty-eight cents;

Josiah B. Aiken, one thousand three hundred and nine dollars;

William W. Carter, one thousand three hundred and thirty-eight dollars and sixty cents;

Robert W. Ailen, one thousand one hundred and twelve dollars and seventy-five cents;

Dennis W. Mullan, three hundred and fifty-six dollars and three cents;

David G. McRitchie, eight hundred and eighty dollars and thirtyseven cents;

Payment of judg. John H. Kimmons, eighty-five dollars; ments of Court of ClaimsContinued. John T. Green, one hundred dollars;

Edward S. Bogert, four thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven dollars and forty-four cents;

William B. Brooks, seven thousand four hundred and eight dol. lars;

Francis C. Dade, nine thousand three hundred and sixty-four dollars and twenty-four cents; .

Philip Inch, six thousand five hundred and ninety-seven dollars and fifteen cents;

William J Lamdin, seven thousand six hundred and forty-two dol. lars and five cents.

Thom Williamson, six thousand five hundred and ninety-seven dollars and five cents;

Charles H. Bill, five hundred and sixty dollars;
George W. Melville, six hundred and fifty dollars;

George M. Book, one hundred and twenty dollars and seventynine cents;

Jonathan M. Emanuel, seven hundred and eighty-five dollars and forty-six cents ;

John D. Ford, five hundred and eighty-five dollars and forty-six cents ;

James W. Hollihan, five hundred and eighty-five dollars and forty-six cents;

Richard Inch, fifty-seven dollars and seventy-eight cents; · Charles V. Gridley, three hundred and thirty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents;

Leonard A. Frailey, four hundred and ninety-one dollars and ninety-one cents;

James H. Chapman, two hundred and sixty-three dollars and two cents;

John H. Clark, six thousand eight hundred and seventy-three dollars and fifty-seven cents;

William W. Dungan, seven thousand one hundred and fifty-two dollars and ninety-three cents;

Montgomery Fletcher, eight thousand sixteen dollars and ninetysix cents;

Benjamin F. Garvin, nine thousand two hundred and four dollars and forty-two cents;

George R. Johnson, eight thousand six hundred and fifty-six dollars and forty-nine cents;

George F. Kutz, six thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars and seven cents;

John W. Moore, six thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine dol. lars and eighty-eight cents;

William H. Shock, three thousand four hundred and sixty-two dollars and nineteen cents :

William H. Rutherford, fourteen thousand four hundred and thirty-two dollars and ninety-one cents;

Calvin Nutting and Son, sixteen thousand five hundred and sixtysix dollars;

Edward H. Skelsey and Ira W. De Moss, under the firm of E. H. Skelsey and Company, seven thousand seven hundred and seven dollars;

L. T. Hoyt, two thousand five hundred and forty-seven dollars and thirty-nine cents;

Edward. Sweet and Company, two thousand seven hundred and thirty-one dollars and fifty-four cents;

C. H. Wilcox, executor of H, R. Wilcox, deceased, one thousand three hundred and seventy-four dollars and twenty-eight cents;

Newcomb and Cook, one thousand four hundred and forty-two dollars and forty-two cents ;

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