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POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

For mail depredations and post-office inspectors, and fees to United States marshals, attorneys, and the necessary incidental expenses connected therewith, þeing a deficiency on account of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, one hundred and twenty dollars and thirty-two cents.

For compensation to postmasters, being a deficiency on account of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two hundred and twenty-nine thousand four hundred and eighty-one dollars and fortyone cents.

For inland transportation, railroad routes, five hundred and sixtytwo thousand four hundred and eighty-two dollars.

For compensation to clerks in post-offices, being a deficiency on account of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two hundred and forty-two thousand two hundred and seventy-one dol

lars and twenty-one cents.

For transportation of foreign mails from the United States to foreign countries, sixteen thousand dollars.

The foregoing sums for the postal service shall be payable from the postal revenues of the respective years to which they are properly chargeable.

For an additional clerk in the office of the First Assistant Postmaster-General, for duty in the free delivery division, during the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, one thousand dollars.

To enable the Postmaster-General to pay the Assistant AttorneyGeneral of the Post-Office Department for services rendered in the preparation of a new edition of the postal laws and regulations under the act of March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, one thousand dollars.

That the claim of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Company, certified in House Executive Document Number seventy, first session Forty-ninth Congress, shall be paid from any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, instead of “from postal revenues of the respective years to which they are properly chargeable," as provided in the deficiency act of February first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight.

To pay the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company interest, as provided by the act of March third, eighteen hundred and seventyfive (eighteenth Statutes, page four hundred and eighty-one), from September first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to February fifteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, on the sum of twentyfive thousand nine hundred and fifty-five dollars and fifty cents, withheld from said company pending suit for the recovery of that amount of internal-revenue taxes claimed to be due the United States, judgment having been rendered in favor of the company, seven hundred and thirteen dollars and seventy-eight cents.

To pay Thomas L. Hoffman, late postmaster at Fairfield, Iowa, amount paid by him for the United States for rent of the post-office at Fairfield, Iowa, in accordance with the terms of a lease of said premises held by the United States, and in pursuance of the instructions of the Post-Ofice Department, six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To pay Thomas F. Gerls, late postmaster at Pontiac, Michigan, amount paid by him for rent of the post-office at Pontiac, Michigan, in accordance with the terms of a lease of said premises held by the United States, fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, four hundred dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

IMPROVEMENT OF GROUNDS: To pay amount due John A. Baker, for tools furnished in excess of the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, twenty-nine dollars and twentyfive cents.

To pay amount due Joseph Paul for paving with asphalt the roadways in the Agricultural Grounds, by contract with the Agricultural Department, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, seven hundred and eleven dollars.

EXPERIMENTAL GARDEN: To reimburse Norman J. Colman for amount expended for repairs to heating apparatus, and so forth, in excess of the appropriation for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, thirty-nine dollars and three cents.

SILK CULTURE: To reimburse Norman J. Colman for amount paid John H. Wilkinson, for inspecting boiler in silk filature, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five dollars.

To pay W. S. Emans, United States consul at Shanghai, expenses incurred in procuring silk-worm eggs, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, sixty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents.

To pay William M. Noyes, for labor in June, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, at the experimental station, Piedmont, California, being for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, twelve dollars.

INVESTIGATING THE HISTORY AND HABITS OF INSECTS: Transportation of agent of Department of Agriculture, being a deficiency on account of the appropriation for investigating the history and habits of insects for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, ninety-six dollars and twenty-five cents.

EXPERIMENTS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR FROM SORGHUM AND SUGAR CANE: To pay unsettled accounts against the Department for experiments for the fiscal years eighteen hundred and eighty-seven and eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, eight thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, HORSES AND WAGONS: To reimburse James M. Ewing, late disbursing clerk, Department of Justice, the amount of voucher number eighteen, third quarter of eighteen hundred and eighty-four, for livery of horses for April, May, and June, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, improperly paid from the appropriation for “Contingent expenses, Department of Justice: Miscellaneous items, eighteen hundred and eighty-three," and disallowed by the accounting officers, the said amount having been repaid to the Treasury by James M. Ewing, two hundred dollars.

REPAIRS TO COURT-HOUSE, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: To reimburse James M. Ewing, late disbursing clerk, Department of Justice, amount paid by him for repairs to court-house, Washington, District of Columbia, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, six dollars and seventy-two cents.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for defending suits in claims against the United States, as reported by the Attorney-General, one hundred and twenty-nine dollars and seventeen cents.

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FEES AND EXPENSES OF MARSHALS: For fees and expenses of marshals, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, fifty thousand dollars.

For fees and expenses of marshals, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, forty thousand dollars.

FEES OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS: For payment of regular official fees provided by law for official services of United States district attorneys, thirty-seven thousand three hundred and sixty-seven dollars and forty-one cents.

For payment of regular official fees provided by law for official services of United States district attorneys, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, forty-two thousand five hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty-eight cents.

To enable the Attorney-General to pay Joseph Campbell, of Phenix, Arizona, for assisting in prosecution of certain fifteen Apache Indians charged with murder before the United States court, at Phænix, Arizona, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For payment of regular official fees provided by law for official services of United States district attorneys, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, three hundred dollars.

PAY OF ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS: For payment of regular assistants to United States district attorneys who were appointed by the Attorney-General at a fixed annual compensation, and to re-imburse them for the reduction of twenty per centum, more or less, made at the beginning of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, forty thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

FEES OF CLERKS : For fees of clerks, United States courts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

FEES OF COMMISSIONERS : For fees of United States Commissioners and justices of the peace acting as such commissioners, fifty-two thousand four hundred and ninety-eight dollars and seventy-two cents.

For fees of United States commissioners and justices of the peace acting as such commissioners, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, nineteen thousand seven hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-five cents.'

RENT OF COURT-ROOMS: For rent of United States court-rooms, eleven thousand three hundred and ten dollars.

PAY OF BAILIFFS, UNITED STATES COURTS: For pay of bailiffs and criers; of expenses of district judges 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

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a sum not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each, twentyfive thousand dollars.

PAY OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND ASSISTANTS: To provide for the payment of the claims enumerated on pages two and three of Senate Executive Document Number Two Hundred and Sixty-Six, Fiftieth Congress, first session, as follows, namely: For payment of United States district attorneys for unofficial services for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, three hundred and fifty dollars; for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, four thousand and five dollars; for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, three thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars and eighty cents; in all, eight thousand and thirty dollars and eighty cents.

For payment of special assistant district attorneys, fiscal year, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, three thousand four hundred and eighty-four dollars and seven cents; for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, five thousand and twenty-seven dollars and seventy-five cents; for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, four hundred and seventy-five dollars; in all, eight thousand nine hundred and eighty-six dollars and eighty-two cents.

To provide for the payment of the claims enumerated in Senate Executive Document Number Two Hundred And Seventy, Fiftieth Congress, first session, for fees of district attorneys as follows, namely: Fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, three hundred and twenty dollars; for fiscal year eighteen hundred and eightyseven, except the claim numbered one hundred and three thousand nine hundred and forty-nine in said Senate Executive Document, three thousand eight hundred and thirty-three dollars and seventy cents; in all, four thousand one hundred and fifty-three dollars and seventy cents.

EXPENSES OF TERRITORIAL COURTS IN UTAH: For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, including nine thousand five hundred dollars for supplying and caring for the penitentiary in Utah, fifteen thousand dollars.

For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, including eight thousand seven hundred and thirty-four dollars and twenty-six

cents for supplying and caring for the penitentiary, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, ten thousand and sixteen dollars and eighty-one cents.

For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, on account of supplying and caring for the penitentiary, two thousand eight hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For expenses of Territorial courts in Utah, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, on account of supplying and caring for the penitentiary, five thousand six hundred and forty-four dollars and eighty-two cents.

SUPPORT OF PRISONERS: For support of United States prisoners, including necessary clothing and medical aid, and transportation to place of conviction, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, twelve thousand six hundred and seventyfive dollars and sixty-four cents.

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

INDUSTRIAL HOME IN UTAH TERRITORY: The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to cause all of the unexpended balances of appropriations made by two acts of Congress, one approved August fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, to aid in the establishment of an Industrial Home in the Territory of Utah and to provide employment and means of self support for the dependent women who renounce polygamy and the children of such women of tender age, in said Territory, with a view to aid in the suppression of polygamy therein, and the other act approved February first, eighteen

hundred and eighty-eight, to aid the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah in carrying on under its articles of incorporation, the work of providing employment and means of self support for the dependent women who shall have renounced polygamy, and their children of tender age, now in the hands of Caleb W. West, or any other person or corporation, to be immediately paid over and delivered to a properly qualified disbursing officer of the United States to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury: And said Secretary of the Treasury is further directed to cause a valid title to the lot or lots of ground in the City of Salt Lake, in said Territory, that were purchased and paid for with money of the United States appropriated in the acts before cited to be immediately vested absolutely and unconditionally in the United States forever. When said balances are fully paid over to said disbursing officer, the Utah Commission shall be and become the board of management and control hereof and of all expenditures of said money and of such as may be hereinafter appropriated, and the said board of management and control shall proceed at once on plans and specifications to be made or approved by said board to erect or complete on said lot or lots a building adapted and designed to carry out the purposes of this act and which when entirely completed and finished, including the approaches and the fencing and grading of said lot or lots, shall not in cost exceed the sum of fifty thousand dollars, and for these purposes the money appropriated under the two acts of Congress above recited and unexpended, is hereby reappropriated, and a further sum is hereby appropriated to complete the work above mentioned not exceeding the sum of twenty-four thousand dollars.

There is also hereby appropriated the further sum of four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to suitably furnish said building when the same shall have been completed.

When said building shall have been completed and furnished it shall be placed in the custody of the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah Territory to be used and occupied by it for the purpose of aiding in the suppression of polygamy and of furnishing an industrial home and providing employment and means of selfsupport for the dependent women who renounce polygamy and the children of such women of tender age in said Territory; and for the purpose of extinguishing polygamy the following classes may also be received, to wit:

First, First or legal wives.

Second, Women and girls with polygamous surroundings in danger of being coerced into polygamy.

Third, Girls of polygamous parentage anxious to escape from poly gamous influences.

Fourth, Women and girls who have been proselyted elsewhere and remove into the Territory in ignorance of the existence there of polygamy.

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