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of the Territory of Idaho, for salary, as per settlement of his account by the accounting-officers of the Treasury, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, one hundred and fifty dollars and three cents.

TERRITORY OF UTAH:-For amount due David P. Lowe, late chief judge of the Territory of Utah, for salary, as per settlement of his account by the accounting officers of the Treasury, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, one hundred and eight dollars and thirty three cents.

TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON :-For amount due S. C. Wingard, associate judge of the Territory of Washington, for salary, as per settlement of his account by the accounting officers of the Treasury, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, two hundred and sixty-six dollars and seventy cents.

David P. Lowe.

S. C. Wingard.

Edward A.

TERRITORY OF WYOMING :-For amount due Edward A. Thomas, associate judge of the Territory of Wyoming, for salary from March Thomas. twentieth to April sixth, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, as per settlement of his account by the accounting officers of the Treasury, being

a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, one hundred and forty-nine dollars and forty-five cents.

Thomas, Joseph M.
Cary.

For amount due Joseph W. Fisher, chief judge, and Edward A. Joseph W. FishThomas and Joseph M. Cary, associate judges, of the Territory of Wyo. er, Edward A. ming, for salary, as per settlement of their accounts by the accounting officers of the Treasury, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, one hundred and fifty-five dollars and fiftysix cents. And hereafter payment of salaries of all officers of the Ter- Salaries of terriritories of the United States appointed by the President shall com- torial officers, when mence only when the person appointed to any such office shall take the to commence. proper oath, and shall enter upon the duties of such office in such Terri- Oath, where adtory; and said oath shall hereafter be administered in the Territory in ministered.

which such office is held.

For legislative expenses and for incidental expenses of the secretary's Legislative exoffice, of Wyoming Territory, furniture, stationery, and so forth, being a penses and incideficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, two thou- dental expenses of sand eight hundred and thirty-nine dollars and fifty-three cents: Provided, Wyoming. secretary's office, That the sum of one thousand seven hundred and ten dollars, appropriated by act of March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five for legislative expenses of said Wyoming Territory, having been actually appropriated for the current expenses for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, and expended accordingly, shall be so regarded by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department.

George

W

For amount due George W. French, secretary of Wyoming Territory, for salary from the twenty-fourth day of February, eighteen hundred French. and seventy-five, to April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and seventyfive, four hundred and forty-nine dollars and twenty cents.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Edward Robin

To adjust the settled accounts of Edward Robinson, United States consul at Hamburg, being amounts found due on account of postage paid son. by him for the Treasury Department during the quarters ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and March thirty first, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, involving no expenditure of money from the Treasury, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and sev enty-four, eighty-one cents, and for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, one dollar and nine cents, a transfer-entry is hereby authorized.

Bureau of En

To adjust the settled accounts of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Treasury Department, being amount found due said Bureau, for graving and Printcounting, trimming, sealing, and numbering national currency, involv. ing. ing no expenditure of money from the Treasury, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, five thousand and eleven dollars and fifty cents, a transfer-entry is hereby authorized.

ny.

Continental

For amount due Continental Bank-Note Company for printing naBank-Note Compa- tional currency, as per letter of the Comptroller of the Currency, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, twenty-two thousand five hundred and seventy-four dollars and ninety four cents.

American BankNote Company.

Adams' Express Company.

Treasury Depart

ment.

Furniture and carpets.

Contingent expenses.

Macerating ma

chine.

For amount due American Bank-Note Company for printing national currency, as per letter of the Comptroller of the Currency, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, thirty-one thousand seven hundred and seventy-six dollars and seventy cents.

For amounts due Adams' Express Company for transportation of incomplete currency in April, May, and June, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, as per certificate of the accounting officers of the Treasury and letter of the Comptroller of the Currency, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, ten thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars and forty cents.

Furniture and carpets, Treasury Department: To adjust the settled account of the Treasury Department, being amount found due on account of labor and materials furnished during the month of August, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, involving no expenditure of money from the Treasury being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and sev enty-three, forty-two dollars and eighty-seven cents, a transfer-entry is hereby authorized.

For contingent expenses, namely: For telegraphing, repairing harness and mail-bag, rent, commission on sales, freightage, horse-shoeing, plumbing, and ice, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-four, for which there is hereby re-appropriated from the unexpended balance remaining from the sum appropriated for the like purpose for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy five, the sum of one thousand eight hundred and two dollars and eight cents.

Expenses of operating macerating-machine: To adjust the settled account of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Treasury Department, being amount found due said Bureau for expenses of running macerating-machine during September, eighteen hundred and seventyfive, involving no expenditure of money from the Treasury, being for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, two hundred and fiftyseven dollars and eighty cents, a transfer entry is hereby authorized. For topographic and hydrographic survey of the South Pass and bar at the mouth of the Mississippi River, under act of March third eight1875, ch, 457, § 3, een hundred and seventy-five, two thousand and one hundred dollars 18 Stat., 244. and twenty eight cents.

Survey of South Pass.

Fuel, light, wa

ter.

Building corner of Seventeenth and F street.

Quarters, storehouses, camp grounds, etc.

For fuel, light, and water, and miscellaneous items, required by the janitors and firemen in the proper care of the public buildings under the control of the Treasury Department, one hundred thousand dollars.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

PUBLIC WORKS.

For repairs of the building corner of Seventeenth and F streets damaged by the fire of February twenty second eighteen hundred and seventy five, as per items set forth in Executive Document numbered one hundred and fifty-one, Forty-fourth Congress, first session, one thousand six hundred and sixty-one dollars and twenty cents.

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

For hire of quarters for officers on military duty; hire of quarters for troops; of store-houses for the safe-keeping of military stores, offices, and of grounds for camps and summer-cantonments, and for temporary frontier-stations; for the construction of temporary huts and stables; and for repairing public buildings at established posts, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, seven thousand seven hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty five cents.

COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE.

Subsistence sup

That the sum of three hundred thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be. necessary, is hereby appropriated, and may be applied by plies. the Commissary-General of Subsistence prior to the first day of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, to the purchase of subsistence-supplies intended for the posts supplied through the Upper Missouri, and for other distant posts, which amount shall be deducted from the estimates for subsistence of the Army for the next fiscal year; and this appropriation is hereby made available from the passage of this act.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

Inspector of gas

For salary of inspector of gas and meters from August twenty-first, eighteen hundred and seventy four, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and meters. and seventy-five, at two thousand dollars per annum, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy five, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-two dollars and seventy-eight cents.

Assistant in

meters.

For salary of assistant inspector of gas and meters from October first, eighteen hundred and seventy four, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred spector of gas aud and seventy-five, at one thousand dollars per annum, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For pay of William F. Price, messenger in the office of the surveyorgeneral of California, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, ninety-one dollars and forty-eight cents.

For rent of rooms for the use of the Pension Bureau and Bureau of

William F. Price.

Rooms for PenBureau of Education.

Education, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred sion Bureau and and seventy-six, nine thousand dollars.

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the compensation not exceeding eight dollars per day to each member of the said commission for the time actually employed, and necessary incidental expenses of the commission appointed June eighteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, to treat with the Sioux Indians for the relinquishment of the Black Hills country in Dakota Territory, twentyfive thousand dollars: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to allow compensation to members of such commission who are prohibited from receiving the same by the provisions of section one thousand seven hundred and sixty-five, of the Revised Statutes of the United States.

MISCELLANEOUS

Commission to

treat with Sioux for relinquishment

of Black Hills.

Proviso.

R. S., 1765, p.315.

For contingent expenses of the Department of Justice, namely, Contingent exstationery, ice, and telegrams, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and penses Departseventy-five, eighty-one dollars and fifty two cents.

ment of Justice.

Suits against

For payment of the necessary expenses incurred in defending suits against the Secretary of the Treasury, or his agents, for the seizure of Secretary of Treascaptured or abandoned property, and for the examination of witnesses ury, etc. in claims against the United States pending in any department, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy five, three thousand three hundred and seventy-nine dollars and eighty-eight cents.

Propagation of food-fishes.

Transportation,

For continuing the introduction and propagation of useful food-fishes in the public waters of the United States during the present season, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars, to be immediately available. For the purpose of paying the expenses of transportation, care, and custody, arranging and exhibiting, and safe return of articles belonging etc., of articles for to the United States to be presented and exhibited in the United States Centennial Exhibuilding at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, during the year

bition.

Ante, pp. 3, 34.

Post, pp. 211, 213,

214.

1875, ch. 130, 5, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, in pursuance of an act of Congress 18 Stat., 400. approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy five, the following sums are hereby appropriated, namely: For the Interior Department, fifteen thousand dollars; for the War Department, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars; for the Smithsonian Institution, twenty one thousand dollars; for the United States Commission of Food-Fishes, five thousand dollars; for the Treasury Department, fourteen thousand dol lars; the same to be disbursed by the board on behalf of the United States Executive Departments appointed in pursuance of the order of the President of January twenty-third, eighteen hundred and seventyfour: Provided, That for contingent expenses any surplus arising from appropriations made to either of said Departments by act of March third eighteen hundred and seventy five, is hereby authorized to be used for the purposes herein mentioned.

Proviso.

Subsistence of Apaches.

Exchange of sugar for beef or flour.

Expenses of

courts.

For subsistence of Apache Indians at the Southern Apache agency, New Mexico, twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That the Indian agent located at said agency may, under instructions from the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, exchange sugar belonging to said agency for beef or flour.

JUDICIAL.

For defraying the expenses of the Supreme Court and circuit and district courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia; and, also, for jurors and witnesses, and expenses of suits in which the United States are concerned, of prosecutions for offenses committed against the United States, for the safe-keeping of prisoners, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, sixty five thousand dollars.

Expenses and For the defraying of the expenses and fees of the United States marfees of United shal of the Territory of Utah, and of summoning jurors and witnesses, States marshal, of keeping and transporting prisoners, and caring for the penitentiary, six thousand dollars

Utab.

ted.

Balance of Army SEC. 2. That the sum of one million one hundred and sixty-five thoupay appropriation, sand dollars, remaining to the credit of the appropriation for pay of the 1874, re-appropria- Army for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-four, is hereby re-appropriated and made available from and after the passage of this act for the following purposes, namely: To pay the sum of five hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for pay of the Army from June fifteenth to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-five; and the remainder of the first above-named sum shall be available to meet any deficiency for pay of the Army for the current fiscal year, but shall not be used until the appropriation for said lastmentioned year shall be fully exhausted.

Certain balances

carried to surplus

fund made available.

1874, ch. 328, § 5, 18 Stat., 110.

To pay internalofficers, etc., for 1873.

revenue

SEO. 3. That the following balances of appropriations, carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of the fifth section of the act ap proved June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, being required to complete the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three and prior years, are hereby continued and rendered available for such purpose, namely:

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

To pay to internal-revenue collectors, assessors, and other internal-revenue officers their salaries, commissions, and expenses allowed by law, as have been ascertained and certified by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, and to pay miscellaneous expenses of carrying into effect the various provisions of the several acts providing for internal revenue, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hunPreventing and dred and seventy-three, twenty-five thousand dollars. To pay such detecting crimes claims for services rendered and expenses incurred in detecting and against internal bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of violating the interrevenue, 1873. nal-revenue laws, or conniving at the same, including payments for

information and detection of such violation, as has been allowed and certified by the proper officers of the Treasury Department, as provided by law, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, five thousand dollars.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

Arrears of pay

To pay claims of officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army for arrears of pay and allowances that may be due them on pay-rolls, final and allowances. accounts, and Treasury certificates, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, sixty-seven thousand four hundred and two dollars and thirty-seven cents.

Subsistence.

Clothing.

To pay claims of officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army for arrears of pay and allowances that may be due them on pay-rolls, final accounts, and Treasury certificates, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-two, ten thousand dollars. To pay claims of officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army for arrears of pay and allowances that may be due them on pay-rolls, final accounts, and Treasury certificates, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, forty-five thousand dollars. For amount required to pay claims of officers and enlisted men of the Arrears of pay, volunteer service, or their heirs and assigns, for arrears of pay that etc., to volunteers. may be certified to be due them by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, six hundred and nine thousand nine hundred and forty-six dollars and seventy-nine cents. For allow- Transportation ances to officers of the Army for transportation of themselves and their of officers, 1873. baggage when traveling on duty, certified to be due by the accountingofficers of the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, one hundred and fifty three dollars and fifty cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department for subsistencestores of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, eleven thousand two hundred and twenty-seven dollars and seventeen cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department for clothing of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, three hundred and five dollars and forty-five cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department for transportation of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy one and prior years, forty-eight thousand and two dollars and two cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department for transportation of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-two, two thousand six hundred and fifty-two dollars and ninety-seven cents. For transportation of officers and their baggage, when traveling on duty, certified to be due by the accounting-officers of of officers, 1871. the Treasury Department, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, one hundred and fortytwo dollars and forty-eight cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department for regular supplies of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, fifty seven thousand six hundred and eighty-one dollars and fifty-six cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting-officers of the Treasury Department, for incidental expenses of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior penses, years, nine thousand two hundred and fifty-five dollars and thirtytwo cents. For payment of amounts certified to be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department, for incidental expenses of the Army, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred

Transportation.

Transportation

Regular supplies, Quarter in a ster's Department.

Incidental ex-
Quarter-

master's

ment.

Depart

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