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By the act to provide for the relief of persons suffering from the ravages of grasshoppers.
That the President of the United States be, and he hereby is, authorized to direct the issue,
through the proper officerg of the Army, temporarily, of supplies of food and dixused Army clothing sufficient to prevent starvation and suffering and extreme want to any and all destitute and helpless persons living on the western frontier, who have been rendered so destitute and belpless by ravages of grasshoppers during the summer last past, and to report to Congress such issue of food and clothing. And the sum of $150,000, or as much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to carry out the provisions of this act.....
SEC. 2. That this act shall expire on the lst day of September, 1875.
$150, 000 00
By the act in regard to the visit of His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands. That the sum of $25,000 be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, to be paid to defray the expenses attending the visit of his Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands, and suite, in the United States; the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State, and on vouchers to be filed in the Treasury Department, and a statement thereof to be reported to Congress by the Secretary of State..
25, 000 00
By the act to make an appropriation to the contingent fund of the House of Representatives. That there be appropriated the sum of $20,000; the same to be added to the contingent fund of the House of Representatives ....
By the act for the protection of the United States custom house in the city of Louisville, Ken
That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby empowered and directed to purchase from the owner or owners thereof, at a price not to exceed $12,500, all that certain piece of ground in the city of Louisville, county of Jefferson, and State of Kentucky, situate west of and adjoining the United States custom-house, fronting 25 feet on Green street, and extending back 150 feet, parallel with and the same depth as the custom-house property; and for that purpose the sum of $12,500, or so much thereof as shall be necessary, is hereby appropriated : Provided, however, That po part of the money hereby appropriated shall be paid or expended until a clear, perfect, and absolute title in fee-simple to the ground shall have been secured and conveyed to the United States by a good and sufficient deed of general war. ranty ..................................................................................
12, 500 00
By the act to authorize the purchase of a site for a public building at Topeka, Kansas.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized and directed to purchase at private sale, or
procnre by condemnation, a suitable tract of ground in the city of Topeka, Kansas, as a site for a fire-proof building for the accommodation of the United States district and circuit courts, post-office, pension-agency, land-office, and other Government offices in said city : said tract of land not to exceed in cost the sum of $10,000, which sum is hereby appropriated. The same shall not be available until a valid title to the land shall be vested in the United States, nor until the State of Kansay shall relinquish its jurisdiction over the same, and all right to tax or assess the same while owned by the United States......
10, 000 00
By the act providing for the payment of certain employés of the House of Representatives.
That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be appropriated,
service of the House from December 7, 1874, to April 1, 1875
These amounts to be disbursed under the direction of the Committee on Accounts of the
By the act to provide for the construction of military roads in Arizona. That there be, and is hereby, appropriated the sum of $15,000, to be used under the direction of the Secretary of War in the construction of military roads in the Territory of Arizona, as follows, namely: From Fort Whipple to Camp McDowell, with a branch to Camp Verde, and from Fort Whipple to Skull Valley direct....
15, 000 00
By the act to make an appropriation for public buildings at Covington, Kentucky.
ings at Covington, Kentucky.......
150, 000 00
Object of appropriation.
By the act to authorize the purchase of a site for public buildings at Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to purchase
at private sale, or procure by condemnation, a suitable tract of ground in the city of Harris. burgh, Pennsylvania, for the erection thereon of a building for the accommodation of the post-office and other Government offices in said city; and the sum of $160,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the purchase of such tract of ground ..........
Provided, That the gum hereby appropriated shall not be available until a valid title to the land shall be vested in the United States, and the State of Pennsylvania shall relinquish its jurisdiction over the same, and all right to tax or assess the same, while owned by the United States.
$160, 000 00
By the act for the payment of interest on three-sirty-five bonds of the District of Columbia. That the sum of $182,500 in currency, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for the payment of the interest on the bonds of the District of Columbia, kpown as three-sixty-five bonds, due on February !, 1875, issued under the act entitled "An act for the government of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved June 20, 1874; said interest to be paid by the Treasurer of the United States, or the assistant treasurer of the United States in New York, on surrender of the proper cou. pons ......................................................................
Provided, That the said yum hereby appropriated shall be considered and adjusted as a part of tbe proper proportional sum to be paid by the United States toward the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia, and toward the payment of the interest on the funded debt of the District.
192, 500 00
By the act for the relief of D. R. Haggard.
D. R. Haggard, late colonel of the Fifth Regiment of Kentucky Volunteers, the sum of
By the act for the relief of John Aldredge.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay to
John Aldredge, of McNairy County, Tennessee, such sum, not exceeding $9, 606, as the Secretary may deem reasonable, for money paid into the Treasury of the United States by vir. tue of an assessment made upon the disloyal citizens of and around Henderson Station, Tenn., to make repayment for the destruction of cotton, the property of said Aldredge; the sum go to be paid to be charged to the account of captured and abandoned property....
By the act for the relief of Courtland Parker, as administrator of George W. Anderson, deceased.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized and directed to pay to Courtland Parker,
By the act for the relief of M. Von Entress Fuersteneck, late second licutenant of the Sixty
eighth New York Volunteers.
That there is hereby appropriated the sum of $1,455.20, to be paid to M. Von Entregs Fner.
t of Company A of the Sixty-eighth Regiment of New York Volunteers, to cover a period of service from August 30, 1863, to December 21, 1864, inclusive, at which time he was commissioned, and actually performed duty as a second lieutenant, but was not mustered in....
By the act for the relief of Mrs. Sarah B. Forest, widow of Lieut. Dulaney A. Forest, late of
the United States Nary.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to Mrs. Sarah B. Forest, widow of Lieut. Dulaney A. Forest, late of the United States Navy, the sum of $820, which shall be in full discharge of all claims of said Sarah B. Forest against the United States for balance due from an allotment of pay made by her late hus. band, being the amount due from April 1 to December 6, 1861, at the rate of $100 a month.