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FORTYSEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. OH. 54, 62, 63. 1883. 755 CHAP. 54.-Au act for tho relief of E. P. Smith. Feb. 22, 1883. Bc it enacted_by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ States of America m Congress assembled, That the proper accounting 0Hi- E· 1?°fS'“‘theers oi the Treasury, in the settlement of the accounts of E. P. Smith, R°h° of' late an Iudxan agent, are hereby authorized to adjust and settle the samenpon the prxncnples of equity and justice, and to award him credit for disbursements wluch appear to have been honestly made in good faith,_:1nd have mured to the benefit of the Indians or the United States. Approved, February 22, 1883. CHAP. 62.-An not referring to the Court of Claims the claim of Gallus Kirchner. Mah 1, 1883_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United . Stare: of America on Oongresa assembled, That the claim of Gallus Kjreh- G=U¤¤ Kif¤h¤¤¤‘· ner, of the State of Indiana, as specified in his memorial presented to m(g:"u';_‘t°tf;’(‘§f°F’°d the Senate at the Forty-qixth Congress, for stone supplied to the United e mm` States at Indxanapohs, in sand State, be, and the same is hereby, referred t0tthl;Cou1&; of Qtlaims, gkhlear, tgyél and determine) the game aceore mg o w an eqm as i e said aim were not arre by the statute of limitations, or any former judgment of said court in this case, and to render judgment for the fair and reasonable value of the stone , used by the United States, if any: Provided, That no-judgment shall be mndelgedlgor any such stone used in the construction of the Main Arsena u' ing. ‘ Approved, March first, 1883. CHAP. 63.——An act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the accounting liar. 1, 1883. officers of the United States Treasury Department. 1----- Bc it enacted by the Senateand Home of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Chim allowed Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized and required to pay, out of :gm*::;:’;:;¤B£_$; any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated to the severe. "° ` persons in this act named, the several sums mentioned lrerein, the same being in full for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted _ in each case as a full and Rnal discharge of,thesev(eral<1daims examined_ and allowed by the proper accounting officers un er the provisions o the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty four, since January 13 Sue., 381. ninth eighteen hundred and eighty two, namely : TENNESSEE, T¤¤¤¤¤¤¤•- To Aaron Arnold, of Benton County, three hundred and fifty two d liars and fifty cents 0To John M. Allen, df Maury County, six hundred dollars, To John. S. Argo, of Henderson County, seventy five dollars, To William S. Ayres, of Campbell County, tlurty one dollars, To Martha E. Andrews, of Williamson County, four hundred and Bfty l liars { OT0 V', and J. B. Allman, executors of George. T. Allman, deceased of Marshall County, one hundred and sixty three dollars, To Nelson Adams, of Dickson County, sixty dollars, _ To Thomas M. Shert, administrator of Thomas Akm, deceased, of Maury County, one hundred aud thirty dollars, To M. A. Gober, administrator of Joseph. T. Abernathy deceased, of Fs: ette County, three thousand seven hundred and hfty dollars, · Tye J. H. Roberson, administrator of Hugh Armstrong, deceased, of Warren County, eighty four dollars,