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Territory of Dakota : For amount due J. M. W. Jones for stationery for the fiscal year 1872..
Territory of Wyoming : For amount due J. M. W. Jones for stationery for the fiscal year 1875

and prior years .....
Territory of New Mexico: For amount due Manderfield and Tucker for printing in the Eng.

lish and Spanish languages the laws, journals, bills, &c., for the twenty-first session of the legislative assembly, as per letter of the First Comptroller of the Treasury, being a defi.

ciency for the fiscal year 1874 .................................
Territory of Washington : For amount ascertained to be due and unpaid for printing done
and executed for the legislative assembly, as per letter of the First Comptroller of the

Treasury, being a deficiency for the fiscal year 1872 and prior years.
To pay Milton Kelly balance due for printing laws and journals of the seventh session of the

legislative assembly of Idabo Territory.......
For legislative expenses of Wyoming Territory, namely: For stationery, rent, fuel, lights,

and furniture, $i, ); for incidentals of secretary's office, $710; in all ......

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MINTS AND ASSAY-OFFICES.

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United States mint at Denver: To repay the United States assistant treasurer at Philadelphia

for loss on coinage of one unparted gold bar, received from the assayer of the mint at Den.

ver, for the fiscal year 1874..... For freight on bullion and coins for the fiscal year 1874... United States mint at Philadelphia : For improving facilities for water supply by artesian

well........................ For transportation on bullion and trade-dollars for the fiscal year 1874. United States mint at San Francisco : For wages of workmen and adjusters, being for fiscal

year 1875........ For contingent expenses, being for the same year.. United States mint at Carson: For wages of workmen and adjusters, being for fiscal year

1875............................
For contingent expenses, being for fiscal year 1874 ..................

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For contingent expenses for the fiscal year 1875........
For wastage on refining of silver during the fiscal year 1874.....
Assay-office at New York : For wages of workmen, being for fiscal year 1875.......
For contingent expenses, being for the same year....
Assay-office at Boise City, Idaho: For fuel, crucibles, chemicals, lights, for the fiscal year

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For repairs of sidewalk on Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury building, for the fiscal year 1871 and prior years, a transfer on the books of the Treasury is hereby authorized of $15.67.

For furniture and repairs of same for the Treasury Department for the fiscal year 1871
and prior years, a transfer on the books of the Treasury is hereby authorized of $12.87.
For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several bureaus, for the fiscal year 1874..
For amount due James S. Dean for supplies, furnished supply-steamer Fern, for the fiscal

year 1873......
For amount due for publishing advertisement for proposals for furnishing rations for revenue-

vessels, for the fiscal year 1871..... For transportation of United States securities prior to June 30, 1874, as per certificate of the

accounting officers of the Treasury ..... For amount due National Bank-Note Company, as per certificate of the First Comptroller of

the Treasury, for the fiscal year 1873..... For payment of $42.42, amount certified to be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury

Department to John B. Eugene, late lieutenant of the Forty-third Regiment Wisconsin

Infantry ..........
For amount due Adams Express Company, as per certificate of the First Comptroller of the

Treasury, for the fiscal year 1874 ....
For paper, engraving, printing, express charges, and other expenses of making and issuing
the national currency for the fiscal year 1875..........

To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to adjust the account of the expenditure " for dies, paper, and stamps for the Internal Revenue Department," for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1874, a transfer on the books of the Treasury of such sum us may be necessary is hereby authorized : Provided, That the same shall not involve any actual expenditure of money from the Treasury. To enable the Clerk of the House to pay Frank Morey the amount given him by resolution

of the House of Representatives of the Forty-first Congress, June 2, 1870, fur expenses as

contestant in Forty-first Congress......
To enable the Attorney-General to pay to the administrator of A. F. Reynolds, late of Wood

ford County, Illinois, the amount due under the award of the district court for the northern

district of the State of Illinois, the sum of ...... To pay F. H. Johnson, Thomas S. Burr, John A. Hurley, and George T. Howard, for eighty. five days each, attendance upon the Joint Select Committee to Investigate the Affairs of the

&, in charge of valuable papers, $120 each ....... To pay W. D. Mims, for witness fves for attendance upon Congressional Committee of Elections in Louisiana, 15th of December, 1869..

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Object of appropriation.

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The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to pay R. A. Connolly, not exceeding $1,460, the

amount of a draft drawn by Major Houston, United States Engineers, in charge of harbor
improvement at Chicago, upon the United States depositary at Chicago, October 2, 1871,
which was burned in the "Chicago fire," October 9, 1871, upon satisfactory proof being

furnished him that said draft was burned and destroyed and had not been paid.............
To pay Morgan Rawls, contestee expenses, case of Sloan vs. Rawls, first district of Georgia..
To pay John P.C. Shanks, contestant expenses, case of Shanks ds. Neff, ninth district of

Indiana .....
To pay George Q. Cannon, contestee expenses, case of Maxwell vs. Cannon, delegate from

Utah.
To pay George R. Maxwell, contestant expenses, case of Maxwell os. Cannon, delegate from

Utah..
To pay George A. Sheridan, contestant expenses, case of Sheridan vs. Pinchback, at large,

from Louisiana ......................
To pay Effingham Lawrence, contestant expenses, case of Lawrence vs. Sypher, first dis-
trict of Louisiana ..

Provided, That no person who shall hereafter be seated by this House shall have any benefit of this appropriation.

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PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

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For the completion of the following public buildings: For the court-house and post office at

Omaha, Nebraska, $10,000; post-office and court-house at Indianapolis, Indiana, $12,000.
or the completion of the custom house and post-office building at Portland, Oregon, as per

deficiency estimate of Supervising Architect of the Treasury ........
For furniture, fixtures, carpets, and furnishing of the following new or newly repaired public

buildings, namely: Custom-house at Milwaukee, Wisconsin; custom-house at Boston, Mas.
sachusetts; and custom-house at Toledo, Ohio, $40,000; and from the unexpended balance
of appropriation for additional site and extension of the post-office building in Boston, there
may be expended a sum not exceeding $59,344.02......
For repairs and fitting up the old mint building for Government offices at San Francisco.....
For purchase of lot of land in the city of Columbia, South Carolina, next adjoining United

States court-house lot and to extend the same .........
For furniture for United States court-house and post-office at Columbia, South Carolina...
For repairing damage caused by fire) to the building for custom house and post-office in

Newport, Rhode Island ..............
For the erection of a building for storage and other purposes connected with the custom-house

at Newport, Rhode Island.....................
For vaults, safes, and locks in public buildings...............

W a ngs..................................... .. For fuel, lights, and water for public buildings, being for the fiscal year 1875.....

And the unexpended balance of the appropriation of the same character made for the use of the fiscal year 1874, is bereby continued and rendered available for the service of the current fiscal year: Provided, That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to pay vouchers for expenditures incurred prior to June 30, 1874. from appropriations for the present fiscal year, as follows: On account of furniture for public buildings, the sum of $500; and on account of repairs and preservation of public buildings, the xum of $5,000, and the same shall not involve any increase of the appropriation specified. To re-imburse the city and county of San Francisco, California, for expenditures made in im

provement of the streets, paving and curbing in front of the property of the United States

in said city and county............. For the construction and verification of standard weights and measures for the custom-houses

of the United States and for the several States, and the necessary miscellaneoas expenses attendant thereon........... For the payment of the necessary expenses of defending the United States in respect to claims

for net proceeds of cotton, under section 5 of the act making appropriations to supply defi.

ciencies, approved May 18, 1872 ......
To pay the United States depositary at Buffalo, New York, being for the fiscal year 1871....
To pay the amount due David H. Mason, deceased, late United States attorney for Massachu.

sette, for salary, being for the fiscal year 1873.
For printing in pamphlet form the proclamations of the governor of Montana during the fiscal

years 1873 and 1874 ..........
To pay John W. Wright, for rent of building corner of G and Eighth streets for one year.....
To pay the United States supervisors of the congressional election held in Philadelphia on

the first Tuesday of November, 1871, the balance claimed by them ........................

To pay Dawson Tank & Co., of New London, Connecticut, for completing the landing. dock at Little Gull Island, New York, from the appropriation made by act of June 23, 1874, $2,627.40; which sum is hereby continued and made available for said purpose from the unexpended balance of said appropriation. For printing illustrations of the results of the Polaris expedition, under the direction of the

Secretary of the Navy To pay William Syphax in full balance to equalize his pay with that of an assistant messenger...................................................................

WAR DEPARTMENT.

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For postage and telegrams or dispatches ; extra pay to soldiers employed under the direction

of the Quartermaster's Department in the erection of barracks, quarters, store-houses, and hospitals, in the construction of roads, and other constant labor for periods of not less than ten days, under the acts of May 2, 1819, and August 4, 1854, including those employed as

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$1,051, 455 36 clerks at division and department headquarters, and hospital stewards on clerical duty; expenses of expresses to and from the frontier posts and armies in the field; of escorts to paymasters and other disbursing officers, and to trains where military escorts cannot be fur. nished; expenses of the interment of officers killed in action, or who die when on duty in the field, or at posts on the frontier, or at posts and other places when ordered by the Sec. retary of War, and of non-commissioned officers and soldiers ; authorized office-furniture; hire of laborers in the Quartermaster's Department, including the hire of interpreters, spies, and guides for the Army ; compensation of clerks to officers of the Quartermaster's De. partment; compensation of forage and wagon-masters authorized by the act of July 5, 1838 ; for the apprehension, securing, and delivering of deserters, and the expense incident to their pursuit; and for the following expenditures required by the for the several regiments of cavalry, the batteries of light artillery, and such companies of infantry and scouts as may be mounted, namely, the purchase of travelling forges, blacksmiths' and shoeing tools, horse and mule shoes and nails, iron and steel for shoeing, hiring of veterinary surgeons, medicine for horses and mules, picket ropes, and for shoeing the horses of the corps named; also, generally, the proper and authorized expenses for the movement and operations of an army not expressly assigned to any other department, for the fiscal year 1874.....

20, 000 00 For subsistence of regular troops, employés, and Indian scouts, for the current fiscal year ....) 150, 537 83

Provided, That so much of the appropriation for subsistence of the Army as may be necessary may be applied to the purchase of subsistence-stores for sale to officers for the use of themselves and their families, and to commanders of companies or other organizations, for the use of the enlisted men of their companies or organizations, and the proceeds of all sales of subsistence-supplies shall hereafter be exempt from being covered into the

Treasury, and shall be immediately available for the purchase of fresh supplies.
To supply deficiency in the moneyg appropriated for support of totally disabled volunteer

soldiers in the National Homes, $350,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary ......... 350, 000 00 To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay Robert B. Lacey, late captain and assistant

quartermaster of volunteers, the sum of $1,043.91, being the amount allowed him by Second Comptroller, and certified to the Secretary of the Treasury, as the amount due him as ar. rears of pay while on duty, and prior to his final discharge ..........

1,043 91 To the Dudley Observatory at Albany, New York ; for the use of the building now occupied by the Government for officers for meteorological work and quarters for signal observers in the service of the Government and for furnishing and maintaining the same, and also for instruments for astronomical observations, and other necessary incidental expenses......

20, 000 00 For expenses of the observation and report of storms by telegraph; for signal for the benefit

of commerce and agriculture throughout the United States; for manufacture, purchase or repair of meteorological or other necessary instruments ; for telegraphing reports; for the expenses of storm signals announcing probable approach and force of storms; for continu. ing the establishment end connection of stations at life-saving stations and ligbt-houses; for instruments, shelters; for hire, furniture, and expenses of offices maintained for public use in cities or ports receiving reports; for river reports: for maps, and bulletins to be displayed in chambers of commerce and boards of trade rooms and for distribution ; for books and stationary, and for incidental expenses not otherwise provided for......

55, 000 00 To enable the Secretary of War to pay for expenses incurred in suppressing Indian hostili.

ties in the Territory of Montana, in the year 1867, to the persons entitled tbereto, the claims reported upon by General James A. Hardee, under the provisions of section ten of the act entitled "An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Govern. mnent, and for other purposes, for the year ending June 30, 1870," approved July 15, 1870, for the fiscal year 1871, and prior years....

55, 000 00 To enable the Secretary of War to pay the adjusted account of the late firm of Dempsey & O'Toole ..........

588 66 To complete the equestrian statue of Nathaniel Greene, including the pedestal for the same... 10, 000 00

That the appropriation of ten thousand dollars under the act approved June 23, 1874, for the removal of obstructions in the barbor of New Castle, Delaware, be, and the same is hereby, continued and made available.

NAVY DEPARTMENT.
For computer and workmen at the Naval Observatory, and for repairs and preservation of

buildings for the current year ending June 30, 1875 .....
For the payment, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, of Navy pensions........
For clothing to the seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmen and boys, enlisting in the Navy....

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MARINE CORPS.

For gas, water, rent, stationery, repairing, stoves, brooms, buckets, and furniture at marine

barracks, Brooklyn, New York, being for the fiscal year 1874 .. For hire of quarters for officers where there are no public buildings, being for the fiscal year

1865.......................................................... For forage for public horses, and for the authorized number of officers' horses, being for the

fiscal year 1875....................................................... For amount found due by the Fourth Auditor of the Treasury in settlement of the claim of

Francis Scala, late leader of the Marine band, for commutation of quarters, being a defi.

ciency for the fiscal year 1871 .... For contingent expenses of the Marine Corps for the fiscal year 1875.......

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INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.
Packing and distributing of Congressional documents for the fiscal year 1875..

2, 500 00 1,897,919 19

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.$1,897, 919 19 Surveying public lands: For surveying the public lands in the following States and Terri.

tories, to wit : New Mexico, $684,41; Oregon, $1,305.27 ; Washington, $215.42; Dakota, $139.63 ; Montana, $332.65; Utah, $147.70: Nevada, $146.22 ; in all $2,971.30, for the fiscal year 1875 and for prior years, as more fully set forth in the estimate of deficiencies, being House Executive Document No. 69, 430 Congress, 2d session.......

$2,971 30 For rent of offices for surveyors-general in Washington Territory, California, and Oregon,

$708.69, for the fiscal year, as more fully set forth in the above-named executive docu. m ent.................................................................................

708 69 Indian Office : For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary to make up defi

ciency in the general appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, for transportation of supplies provided for the Sioux Indians under treaty of April 29, 1868, including the Santee Sioux, the Yankton Sioux, and the Poncas...........

75, 000 00 For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to enable the Secretary of the

Treasury to pay the adjusted accounts of the parties named in Executive Document No. 69, submitting estimates for this deficiency bill, due in consequence of deficiencies in the appropriations for the years 1872, 1873, and 1874, for the Indian service in the Territory

of Montana, as awarded by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department..... For this amount, to be paid to the Seminole Nation of Indians, being the difference between 14, 681 39

the amount paid by the United States to the Creeks for the reservation now ocen pied by said Seminoles by treaty of June 14, 1866, and the amount deducted for the same from the money due them for their former territory ceded to the United States by treaty of March 25, 1866, $40,000; the same to be appropriated as follows: one-half to be applied under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior to the payment of the present debts of said Sem. inole Nation, and the balance to be paid to said Indians per capita, in the same manner as

annuities are paid....................... For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary to re-imburse appropriations for the 40,000 00

Indians in Colorado, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1873, and June 30, 1874, the amount expended from said appropriations in negotiations with said Indians, in accordance

with the act approved April 23, 1872. ....... For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the costs adjudged against 25, 795 13

the eastern band of the Cherokee Indians in the suits at law and in equity between them and William H. Thomas and others, lately determined in the circuit court of the United States for the western district of North Carolina, and including compensation to special counsel, and for other purposes, in pursuance of the act of Congress of July 15, 1870, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General ..... For this amount, to enable the President of the United States to carry out the provisions of 15, 000 00

of the third article of the treaty with the Kickapoo Indians of June 28, 1862, to be paid, under such rules as the Secretary ofthe Interior may prescribo, to seven Kickapoo Indians, who have become citizens of the United States, the same being their proportion of the sum of $100,000 provided for said tribe for educational and other beneficial purposes per treaty of May 18, 1854 .......................................................

And the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to sell for their benefit United 2,364 86 States stocks amounting to $3,249.32, being the proportion of said persons of $137,400, held in trust for the Kickapoo tribe of Indians; the proceed thereof to be paid to the seven per sons wbo have elected to become citizens of the United States as above,

That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized, with the consent of the citizen class of Pottawatomie Indians, to sell not exceeding $20,000 worth of their bonds now held in trust by him, and to apply the proceeds of such sale in the purchase of subsistence, seeds, and agricultural implements, and for other beneficial objects, for said Pottawatomies.

That the Secretary of the Interior be, and is hereby, authorized, with the consent of the legislative council of Choctaw Indians, to sell not exceeding $200,000 of the bonds now held in trust by him, and to pay over to the accredited agent of said Choctaw Indians, to be desigpated by the legislative council of said nation, arising from the proceeds of the sale of said lands. For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay deficiencies for ex.

penses contracted by the special commissioners, Powell and Ingles, in the removal of PiUte Indians in 1873 and 1874, as by letter of Commissioner of Indian Affairs and books of said Office...........

15,975 83 For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the balance found due James W. Terrell, for commission on payments made to the North Carolina Cherokee

r his appointment as disbursing agent of the Treasury Department, dated Oeto ber 22, 1851, in pursuance of the fourth and fifth sections of the act of Congress approved July 29, 1848 ...........................................................

1, 439 36 For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the subsistence and support of

Northern Sioux Indians who have been collected on the Red Cloud and Whetstone agencies in Dakota ......

120, 000 00 For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to meet certain liabilities incurred

during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, in providing subsistence supplies for the Navajo Indians in New Mexico..............

17, 364 71 For subsistence of Apaches of Arizona ...

120, 000 00 For this amount, to be applied in the payment of liabilities contracted on account of the serv.

ice at the Malheur agency, Oregon, during the third and fourth quarters, 1873, as per statement of S. B. Parrisb, late commissioner in charge, on file in the Indian Office, being & deficiency for the fiscal year 1874.......

16,000 00 SEC. 2. That the foliowing suns be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, in addi. tion to amounts appropriated by the act approved June 23, 1874, for service of the PostOffice Department, out of any money in the Treasury arising from the revenues of said Department.

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Appropriations, &c.—Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

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95, 000 00 17,000 00

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For compensation to postmasters....
For pay to clerks in post-offices.......

Provided, That if the revenues of the Post Office Department together with the amount
appropriated by the above-mentioned act as a deficiency shall be insufficient to meet the
appropriations of this act, then the sum of $450,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary,
is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, as
an additional deficiency in the revenues of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1875.
To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for advertising for service of the Post Office De-

partment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875.........
To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for contingent expenses for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1875.....

To enable the Postmaster-General to adjust and pay the compensation for the transporta. tion of mails on railroad routes, according to the provisions of "An act making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office Department for the year ending June 30, 1874,"approved March 3, 1873, he is hereby authorized and empowered to use for this purpose so much as may be necessary of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for deficiencies in the revenues of the postal service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1873.

SECTIOX 3. That to enable the Postmaster General to carry out, so far as certain fourthclass offices are concerned, that provision of section 84 of the act approved June 8, 1872, entitled "An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to the Post Office Department" which provides for the retroactive adjustment of the salaries of postmasters when there is an extraordinary increase in the revenues, he is hereby authorized and em. powered to use for this purpose the sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be neces. sary, out of the unexpended balances of the amounts appropriated for the deficiencies in the revenues of the postal service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1874.

SECTION 4. That the following balances of appropriations carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of the fifth section of the act approved June 20, 1874, being required to complete the service of the fiscal year 1872, and prior years, are hereby continued and rendered available for such purpose, namely : The Postmaster-General is hereby author. ized to make such transfery in the accounts of his Department for the current fiscal year as anay be necessary by reason of the change of the post-offices in the newly annexed part of the city of New York to stations of the New York City post-office.

STATE DEPARTMENT.

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For relief and protection of American seamen ia foreign countries, being for the service of

the fiscal year 1871........ For relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, being for the service of

the fiscal year 1872 .................................................................... For salaries of consuls-general, consuls, vice-consuls, commercial agents, consular clerks,

including loss by exchange, being for the service of the fiscal year 1871 ...... For stationery, book-cases, arms of the United States, seals, presses, flags, rent, postage,

freight, and miscellaneous expenses, being for the service of the fiscal year 1871. For stationery, book-cases, arms of the United States, seals, presses, flags, rent, postage,

freight, and miscellaneous expenses, being for the service of the fiscal year 1872 ......

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

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To pay to internal revenue collectors, assessors, and other internal revenue officers their sal.

aries. commissions, and expenses allowed by law, as bave been or may be ascertained and certified by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department; and to pay such further allowances as have been or may be granted to such collectors and assessore by the Secretary of the Treasury, in lieu of such salaries and commissions; and to pay miscellaneons expenses of carrying into effect the various provisions of the several acts providing for internal revenues, being for the service of the ten years ending June 30, 1872......

That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Department be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed, in the settlement of the accounts of E. Boyd Pendleton, late col. lector of the fifth district of Virginia, to audit and allow such amounts as are shown to have been stolen or embezzled by his late deputy collector, R. W. Hobson; it first being proved, to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury, that such embezzlements or larceny did not occur through any fault or negligence of said Pendleton : Provided, That in case any of the money so stolen or embezzled shall hereafter be recovered, the same sball inure

to the United States, To pay such claimg for services rendered and expenses incurred in detecting and bringing to

trial and punishment persons guilty of violating inter-revenue laws, or conniving at the game, as have been or may be allowed and certified by the proper officers of the Treasury Department, as provided by law, being for the service of the five years ending June 30, 1872

That the provisions contained in the act approved March 3, 1869, entitled "An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869, and for other purposes," limiting the compensation to be allowed for the disbursement of moneys appropriated for the construc. tion of any public building was intended and shall be deemed and held to limit the compen. sation to be allowed to any disbursing officer who disburses moneys appropriated for and expended in the construction of any public building as aforesaid to of I per cent, for said services,

20,000 00

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