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Appropriations, fc.--Continued.

Brought forward.....

$1 357, 202 36 accordance with the estimates of the Commissioners of said District, approved by the Secretary of the Treasury : Provided, That so much of the act "making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the

government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879, and for other purposes," approved June 20, 1878, which makes an appropriation for the ex. penses of the Reform School of the District of Columbia, shall not be considered as mod. ifying or repealing the thirteenth section of the act entitled "An act revising and amending the various acts establishing and relating to the Reform School of the District of Columbia," approved May 3, 1076

466 533 33 PUBLIC PRINTING.

For the public printing and binding, and for paper for the public printing, including the

cost of printing the debates and proceedings of Congress in the Congressional Record, and for lithographing, mapping, and engraving, the amounts following, namely:

For printing and binding for Congress, $180,000 : for the Treasury Department, $50.000; for the War Department, $20,000; for the Interior Departnient, $40,000; for the PostOffice Department, $30,000; for the Library of Congress, $10,000; for the Supreme Court of the United States, $20,000; in all

MISCELLANEOUS.

350,000 00

To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to refund the duties paid by the trustees of Saint

Michael's Church of Charleston, S.C., on a chime of eight bells imported into the port of Charleston .. To pay the heirs of A. B. Brown, formerly light-keeper at Barnegat, N. J., for services

from January 1 to March 1, 1866. Smithsonian Institution: For the preservation of the specimens of the United States sur. veying and exploring expeditions, 1879 To pay John A. Torrence the amount due him as receiver of public moneys at Harrison,

Ark.

1, 588

38 31 4,000 00

458 95

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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1, 305 50

1,500

To enable the Clerk of the House to reimburse N. G. Ordway, late Sergeant-at-Arms of

the House, the amount of sundry bills paid by him for the House of Representatives.. To enable the Clerk of the House to pay certain accounts properly chargeable to the mis.

cellaneous items of the contingent fund of the House for the fiscal years ending June

30, 1876, 1877, and 1878, respectively. To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay the following-named persons,

for services rendered in the Doorkeeper's department during the Forty-fourth Congress,
the amounts specified, to wit: To Robert Coates, the sun of $210, for services rendered
from August 15 to first day of December, 1876 ; to Charles Carter, J. Cook Nickens,
James Hall, and Henry Hall. each the sum of $180, for services from the first day of

September to the first day of December, 1876 ; in all.
To pay Charles J. Wiener for services as clerk to the Committee on Printing during the

recess of Congress, in tho year 1878. said committee being authorized by resolution of
the House to sit during the recess, thirty days, at $6 per day..

120 00

SENATE.

400 00 2 000 00 1,300 9 170 00

27, 500 00

For horses and mail wagons.
For furniture and repairs.
For pay of folders
For packing-boxes
For miscellaneons items, that is to say: For expenses of Committee on Transportation

Routes to the Seaboard, in taking testimony concerning claim of James B. Eads ; Com.
mittee on Agriculture, taking testimony concerning cattle diseases; Select Committee
on claims of citizens against Nicaragua : Select Committee concerning removal of Choy.
enne Indians; compensation of Joseph Segar; Committee on the District of Columbia,
inquiring as to plan of sewerage in the District; and sundry other expenses of the

Senate
That the sum of $10,000 be, and the same hereby is, appropriated out of any money in the

Treasury not otherwise appropriated; which sum shall be placed to the credit of the
contingent fund of the Senate, to be applied toward defraying the expenses of such inves.
tigations and inquiries as have already been, or may hereafter be, directed by the Senate
during the Forty.tifth Congress..
For payment to 11. C. Creary, for services as a page in the Senate from December 17, 1878,

to March 31, 1879, at $2 50 per day For payment to C. H. West, for services as a page in the Senate from December 14, 1878,

to March 31, 1879, at $2.50 per day....
For payment to Loid Harleston, as a special messenger on the floor of the Senate, from

December 2, 1878, to March 31, 1879, at the rate of $1,440 per annum
To pay Howard French, as clerk in the Sergeant-at-Arms's office during the fiscal year 1879,

at the same rate as committee clerks, such sum as may be necessary for that purpose

is hereby appropriated
To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay to Fillmore Beall, J. C. Robertson, and Daniel
Shepperd, each for twenty-six days' services as clerks to Senate committees in the sec-

ond session of the Fortv-fourth Congress, at the rate of 36 per day
To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay George W. Wales for clerical services ren.
dered to the Select Committee on the Tenth Census for the month of November, 1878..

Carried forward

10, 000 00

262 50

970 00

Indetinite

468 69 18000

2, 226, 764 97

Appropriations, Sc.--Continued.
Brought forward...

$2, 226, 764 97 Tbat the employés of the Senate who have served during the present fiscal year shall be

paid their respective salaries out of the fund already appropriated for such service from

the time they entered upon their duties until the time of their taking the oath required by law. That when any duty is imposed upon a committee of the Senate involving expenses which

are ordered to be paid out of the contingent fund of the Senate, upon vouchers to be approved by the chairman of the committee charged with such duty, the receipt of the chairman of such committee for any sum paid to him or his order out of said contingent fund by the Secretary of the Senate shall be taken and passed by the accounting otti. cers of the Treasury as a full and sufficient voucher; but it shall be the duty of such chairman, as soon as practicable, to furnish vouchers in detail for the disbursement of such moneys to the Secretary of the Senate, who shall file them with the accounting officers aforesaid ; and this provision shall apply to all cases in which orders of the Sen

ate have already been made. That Senators elected, whose term of office begins March 4, 1879, and whose credentials

in due form of law have been presented in the Senate, or may be deposited with the Secretary of the Senate, may receive their compensation monthly from the beginning of

their term until the beginning of the first session of the next Congress. To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay George P. Bradstreet for clerical services

rendered the Committee of the Senate to inquire into matters touching the late Presi. dential election in Louisiana, the sum of

60 00 To enable the Secretary of the Senate to pay George A. Clarke, for his services as mes.

senger the office of official reporters of the Senate, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879, the sum of

1, 123 30 For the payment of the following named persons for reporting testimony before commit

tees of the House of Representatives at the third session of the Forty-fifth Congress (at times when the official stenograpbers were engaged with other committees), to wit: Joseph I. Gilbert, E. W. Grant, E. C. Bartlett, E. D. Easton, C. J. Hayes, and William F. Bouyuge

3, 700 00 To pay Henry G. Hays and Andrew Devine, official stenographers for committees of the

House of Representatives, the difference between their compensation as fixed by law and actually received by them during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876, and in the months of July and August, 1876, $900 each

1, 800 00 To pay J.C. Kondruss for services as messenger to the official reporters of debates du. ring the present session.....

250 00

241, 921 37 166, 392 27

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
Under letter of Postmaster General, January 23, 1879 :
For compensation of postmasters for 1878
For transportation of the mails by railroads for 1878 and previous years
That for the proper adjustment of the accounts of the Union Pacific, Central Pacific,

Kansas Pacific, Western Pacific, and Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Companies,
respectively, for services which have been or may be hereafter performed for the gov.
ernment for transportation of the Army and transportation of the mails, the Secretary
of the Treasury is hereby authorized to make such entries upon the books of the de-
partment as will carry to the credit of said companies the amounts so earned or to be
earned by them during each fiscal year and withheld under the provisions of section
5260 of the Revised Statutes, and of the act of Congress approved May 7, 1878: Pro-
rided. That this shall not authorize the expenditure of any money from the Treasury
nor change the method now provided by law for the auditing of such claims against the
government: Provided further, That this paragraph shall not be so construed as to be a
disposition of any moneys due or to become due to or from said companies respectively,
or to, in any way, affect their rights or duties or the rights of the United States, under
existing laws, it being only intended hereby to enable the proper accounting officers to
state on the books of the Treasury the accounts between the government and said com.

panies respectively.
For miscellaneous items, contingent expenses of the Post-Office Department, for 1879...
For telegraphing, contingent expenses, for 1879
For ordinary postage-stamps, under article 8 of the Universal Postal Convention, for 1879.
For railway postal clerks, $17,000; for route-agents, $6,500; for local mail-agents, $1,500;

being for the year 1879; in all..
For preparation and publication of post-route maps. being for the year 1879.
That the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department be, and be is hereby,

authorized and instructed to credit the account of D. C. Casey, late postmaster at Hot

Springs, Arkansas, for salary before his rejection as postmaster, with the sum of $102.64. For the payment of 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 5 of the act of June 20, 1874, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year 1876 and prior years, as fully set forth in Executive Document No. 30, Forty-fifth Congress, third session, and for other items, as follows:

4, 000 00 2, 000 00

250 00

25, 000 00 5, 000 00

DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

FOREIGN INTERCOURSE.

To pay consular salaries, as follows: To W. W. Randall, $105.14: J. F. Webb, $270.91 ; William Morey, 8473.84; R. Dawson, $14.50; C. S. Mattoon, $329.67; R. Dawson, $178 50; F. Newman, $373.51; J. Fisher, for relief and protection of American seamen, $27.65 ; N. Creasey, for relief and protection of American seamen, $27.65 ; M. Vidal, awards under convention between United States and Peru, $1,025.06; John F. Delaplaine, salary as United States ininister, $1,186.12 ; in all....

Carried forward.

4, 012 55

2, 682, 274 46 2.948 ID

Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Brought forward..

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

INTERNAL REVENUE.

3. 135 123

For redemption of internal revenue stamps ...
For allowance on drawback, internal revenue..
For refunding taxes illegally collected....
For salaries and expenses of supervisors and subordinate officers of internal revenue
For expenses of assessing and collecting internal revenue
The unexpended balance, amounting to $40,000, of the appropriating of $150 000, made by

the act of June 14, 1878. to refund and pay back taxes erroneously or illegally assesseil
or collected under the internal-revenue laws, is hereby continned and made available
for, and during the present and next fiscal years only, the payment of all claims to wbich
the appropriation is applicable.

TREASURY MISCELLANEOUS.
For suppressing counterfeiting and frand...
To refund excess of duty paid on deposits by national banking associations.
For return of proceeds of captured and abandoned property.
For collecting revenue from customs, for this amount certified by the Commissioner of

Customs under section four, act of June 14, 1878.
To pay the amount found due the late surveyor of customs at Portland, Me., and certified

by the Commissioner of Customs to the Secretary of the Treasury as due, subsequent

to the Secretary's letter of January 16, 1879..
For Marine Hospital service..
For salaries of light-house keepers..
For supplies of light-houses.
For expenses of buoyage, 88; repairs and preservation of public buildings, $222.59; fur-

niture and repairs of same for public buildings, $179.62 ; heating apparatus for publie
buildings, $28.50; in all..

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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

For salaries of district marshals....
For expenses of United States courts
For contingent exponses, Department of Justice..

1, 505 19

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

CIVIL,

For expenses of the eighth census, as follows: To pay Tipton B. Collins, $146.71 ; David
J. Reed, $79.92; William D. King, $201.02; T. F. Owen, $456.54 ; Sylvanus Walker,

$189.67; in all
For prevention of depredations on public timber
For salaries and conimissions of registere and receivers of the land-offices.
For repayments for lands erroneously sold.......

INDIAN AFFAIRS.

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For pay of superintendents and agents
For pay of interpreters
For contingencies of the Indian Department
For fulfilling treaty with Gros Ventres
For incidental expenses of Indian service in Arizona, $164.85; in Montana, $24.65; in New

Mexico, $72; and in Oregon and Washington, $3; in all
For support and civilization of Indians in Central Superintendenoy, $486 ; of Teton Sioux,

$239.72; of Sioux at Fort Peck Agency, $150; in all
For collecting and subsisting roving bands of Kickapoos and other Indians on the bor.

ders of Texas and New Mexico....

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UNDER WAR DEPARTMENT.

150.13

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1989 34 3 311

Appropriations, 80.-Continued.

Brought forward

$2,945, 139 06
For expenses of recruiting.

34 30
For transportation of officers and their baggage..

177 90
For pay of the Army

15, 123 40
For Army transportation, supplies, and incidental expenses of the Army, the details of

which are embraced in Honse Executive Document No. 30, Forty-fifth Congress, third
session, pages 26 to 43, both inclusive, except and excluding the claims numbered 38683,
44962, and 45959, and the claims of the Union Pacific, the Central Pacific, the Kansas
Pacific, the Western Pacific, and the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Companies.

97, 497 40
For borses and other property lost in the military service

58, 172 21
To pay William Allen, late sergeant Company É, First Oregon Mounted Volunteers in

Indian war of 1855 and 1856, for one horse lost in the military service of the United
States

115 00
To pay William W. Ivory for one horse lost in the military service of the United States. 175 00

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

For indemnity to seamen for lost clothing
For expenses of burial of officers and others of the United States steamer Huron...
For bounty gratuity and mileage to seamen.....

720 00

412 77
1, 356 80

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

TRANSPORTATION OF THE MAILS.

To pay certain amounts due for carrying the mails, certified by the Sixth Auditor under

section 4 of the act of June 14, 1878, as more fully set forth in Executive Document No.
30, third session of the Forty-fifth Congress, pages 53, 54, and 55.

RAILROADS.

99 00
450 00
410 22

1,000 00

For carrying the mails between Saint Peter and New Elm, Minn., 1874 and 1875
For carrying the mails in 1872, 1873, and 1874.
For carrying the mails in 1872, 1873, and 1874
For carrying the mails between Hannibal and Naples, Mo., from January 1 to June 8,

1870.
For carrying the mails between Lehigh Railroad Company's depot and the post-office at

Hazleton, Penn., from July 1, 1872, to June 30, 1875
For increased pay, from July 1, 1874. to June 30, 1875
Also, for increased pay, from January 15, 1873, to June 30, 1874..
For carrying the mails from May 15, 1874, to June 30, 1876.
For carrying the mails from April 15, 1873, to June 30, 1876, from Junction City to Clay

Centre
For carrying the mails from September 1, 1875, to June 30, 1876.
For service from November 1, 1875, to June 30, 1876
For Sunday service from April 1 to April 22, 1876

540 00
66 84

85 90
7, 132 06

6,522 63
1, 236 81
2,721 28
1, 510 99

STAR TRANSPORTATION.

4 89

98 45
560 00

29 32

18 70

11 66

197 77

For additional allowance for carrying the mails from April 5 to June 30, 1875, by reason

of increased distance
For carrying the mails between Greenville Court-House and Highland Grove, S. C., from

January 6 to June 30, 1866
For carrying the mails between Marshall and Kaufman, from January 1 to June 30, 1866.
For carrying the mails between Selina and Forest Lawn, Tex., from October 26, 1868, to

June 30, 1869....
For payment made to Elisha Willis for carrying the mails between Akron and New Buda,

Mo., from January 1 to March 31, 1873
For one month's extra pay on curtailment of service on route No. 8553, Texas, order of

the Postmaster-General, numbered 3075, dated June 27, 1875
For amount accrued on account of fiscal year 1875, under order of the Postmaster-Gen.

eral, numbered 5538, dated October 1, 1877, modifying order of May 21, 1874, curtailing

route numbered 20132, Kentucky, and allowing one month's extra pay
For additional allowance for carrying the mails on route numbered 26359, from October 1,

1875, to June 30, 1876, by reason of increase in distance
For carrying the mails on route numbered 23392, from August 15, 1875, to June 30, 1876..
For carrying the mails between Rienzi and Jacinto and Iuka, Miss., route numbered 7502,

Mississippi, from February 20 to June 30, 1866
For carrying the mails between Tuskegee and Chebau, Ala., ronte numbered 6806, Ala-

bama, from July 1, 1866, to June 30, 1867..
For carrying the mails between Tuskegee and Chebau, Ala., route numbered 7015, Ala-

bama, from January 1 to June 30, 1866
For carrying the mails five trips between Tallahoma and McMinnville, Tenn., route num.

bered 19137, in July, 1873
For one month's extra pay by reason of the annulment of contract, route numbered

23383, Illinois (order of the Postmaster-General, numbered 6699, dated August 21, 1863).
Also, one month's extra pay by reason of the annulment of contract on routes numbered
27259, 27198, and 27402, and the curtailment of route 27331, all in July, 1875
Carried forward.

H. Mis. 34. -2

81 66
26 35

290 07

350 00

110 00

25 00

24 75

53 34

3, 142, 581 53

$3,142, 581 53

200 00

Appropriations, 8c.—Continued.
Brought forward
For carrying the mails on routes numbered 15006 and 15008, Oregon, from January 1 to

March 31, 1865
For carrying the mails in Louisiana and Mississippi, during the years 1873 and 1874, bal.

ance on account..
For carrying the mails on routes numbered 8568, 8570, 8571, 8572, and 8574, Texas, during

the second quarter of 1868
For carrying the mails on routes numbered 31176 and 31240, Texas, from April 1 to June

30, 1876
For an allowance of one month's extra pay on discontinuance of service from July 1,

1875, route numbered 27200, Iowa.
For amount for one desk for the safe keeping of letters, December 27, 1873.

1,257 33

661 19

383 06

10 00

STEAMBOAT TRANSPORTATION.

For carrying the mails between Norfolk, Va., and New York, N. Y., from July 1, 1871,

to June 30, 1872, route numbered 4725, Virginia....

IMAIL-MESSENGER SERVICE.
For increase of mail-messenger service between the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot

and the post-office, both at Chicago, Ill., from December 28, 1874. to June 30, 1875...... For mail-messenger service from April 15 to June 30, and from July 1 to 15, 1872......

1, 226 08

2755 14

3,002 73

FOREIGN-MAIL TRANSPORTATION.
For carrying the United States mails between San Francisco, New Zealand, Australia,

Sandwich and Fiji Islands, from February 2 to September 30, 1874, being the amount of
sea postages on mails conveyed
Also, for carring the mails between San Francisco and Australia, from October 12, 1874,

to November 9, 1875, being the amount of sea postages on mails conveyed.
For carrying the United States mails between San Francisco, China, and Japan, from

January 15 to September 17, 1874, being nine outward and seven inward trips..
Also, for same service from October 19 to December 22, 1874, being three round trips.
To adjust the accounts of F. A. Wilson, for carrying the mails on route numbered 15281,

during the second quarter of the year 1866, a transfer to the amount of $1,500 on the
books of the Treasury is hereby authorized.

Total

5,195 61 2,904 23

3,163, 27 15

By the act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1880, and for other purposes.

UNDER THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

$10,000 00 90,000 350, 000 00

523,000 to 350, 020 00

Court-house and post-office, Atlanta, Ga.: For fencing, grading, and approaches .
Custom-house and post-office, Albany, N. Y.: For continuation of building.
Post-office and sub-treasury, Boston, Mass.: For continuation of building
Custom-house and sub-treasury, Chicago, Ill.: For completion of building, of which sum

$30,000 may be used for fitting up the basement for use of the post-office, and be avail.
able immediately
Custom-house and post office, Cincinnati, Ohio: For continuation of building.
Custom.honse and post office, Fall River, Mass.: For continuation of building and for

purchase of adjoining land, on Second street, thirty-nine feet in width, of which sum

not more tban $25,000 shall be used for the purchase of the land ..
Custom-house and post office, Hartford, Conn.: For continuation of building.
Court-house and post-office, Harrisburgh, Pa.: For continuation of building
Court-house and post-office, Kansas City, Mo. : For continuation of building
Court-house and post-office, Little Rock, Ark.: For completion of building.
Custom-house, court-house, and post-office, Memphis, Tenn.: For continuation of building.
Custom-house and post-oftice, New Orleans, La. For continuation of building
Custom-house, court-house, and post-office, Nashville, Tenn.: For continuation of build.

ing, and not exceeding $15,000 of this sum may be used in constructing an iron-framed
roof.
Post-office and court-house, Philadelphia, Pa.: For continuation of building.
Custom house and post-office, Raleigh, N. C.: For completion of building and grounds..
For grading, paving, and fencing for court-house and post-office grounds, Lincoln, Nebr..
Custom-house and post-office, Saint Louis, Mo.: For continuation of building.
Court-house and postoflice, Topeka, Kans.: For continuation of building
Court-house and post-office. Utica, N. Y.: For continuation of building
Treasury building, Wasbington, D. C.: For annual repairs, and for retaining wall and

fences, northeast boundary of the Treasury building
Repairs and preservation of public buildings : For repairs and preservation of public

buildings under the control of the Treasury Department..

85, 000 00 75, 000 00 50. 000 00 35,000 40, 000 00 60, 000 00 40, 000 00

90, 000 00 350,000 00

5, 000 00 12, 000 00 350,000 0 40, 000 00 25, 000 00

25, 000 00

100, 000 00

LIFE-SAVING STATIONS.

For salaries of superintendents for the life-saving stations, as follows: On the coasts of
Maine and New Hampshire, one, of Massachusetts, one, at $1,000 each ; on the coasts of

Carried forward

2, 697, 000 000

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