288 FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. 1. Ch. 311. 1892. Hwm *l·P·**¤°°*- HEALTH —DEPARTMwTZ For collection and removal of garbage, one . thousand nine hundred and fifty-seven dollars and nfty cents; for collection and removal of garbage prior to March eighteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, two hundred and eighty-two dollars and thirty- three cents; in all, two thousand two hundred and thirty-ni11e dollars and eighty-three cents. Payment or Jude- PAYMENT OF JUDGMENTS: For payment of judgments against the m""' District of Columbia, as follows: To Barber Asphalt Paving Company, seven hundred and Hi·ty-seven dollars and thirty-two cents, together with eighteen dollars and seventy cents costs; To Barber Asphalt Paving Company, one hundred and seventy· seven dollars and sixty-two cents, together with nineteen dollars and twenty cents costs; To William H. Stearns, three hundred and fifty dollars, together with eighteen dollars and ninety-five cents costs; To William B. Moses, one hundred and forty-eight dollars and fifty- one cents, together with eighteen dollars and seventy cents costs. To Leo Pohak, one hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty-seven cents, together with eighteen dollars and forty-five cents costs; To Charles L. Holt, sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents, together with eighteen dollars and forty-five cents costs; To Mary E. Arnold, Benjamin Blue, and Charles J. Hailstalk, one hundred dollars, together with fortyeight dollars and thirty cents costs: To James A. Connor, ten dollars, together with two dollars and ten cents costs; · To James A. Connor, one dollar, together with two dollars and forty cents costs; To Philip Hutchinson five hundred and forty dollars, together with ibrty-four dollars and cents costs; To William T. Garrison, seven hundred and sixty-nine dollars, together with eighteen dollars and seventy cents costs; To Alfred W. Clements, seventy-one dollars, together with four dollars and forty-tive cents costs; To -——- Jenner, thirty-six dollars and ninety cents costs; To Michael I. Weller, forty dollars and thirty-nve cents costs; To Harry S. Hutton, one hundred and eighty-two dollars and nfty cents, together with twentydive dollars and forty cents costs; George W. Mockabee three thousand dollars, together with seventy- two dollars and ninety-tive cents costs; in all, nine thousand six lmn— dred and ninety-eight dollars and eighty-four cents, together with a I¤¢¤~¤¤· further sum to pay the interest on said judgments, as provided by law, trom the date the same became due until the date of payment. ctnmn-on xmas. D1·:1¤1<.·11·:m·r IN SALE OF Bonus: To supply the deficiency in the amount realized from the sale of bonds in which the ten per centum retained tron: contractors was invested, five thousand dollars. A<1vmi¤i¤g· GENERAL Anvmnrrsmoz To pay the Evening Star NewspaperOompany, advertising tax sales, two thousand one hundred and fifty-nine dollars and eighty-seven cents; To pay the Wzishiiigton Post Company, advertising tax sales, two thousand one hundred and fiftyqiine dollars and eighty-seven cents; in all, tour thousand three hundred and nineteen dollars and seventy- four cents. m(;·gj=;¤“¤;==*¤¤ 0* Srumrzrs: Condemnation of streets, roadways, and alleys; To pay ' B, K. Bruce, recorder of deeds, recording transactions, ive dollars , To pay Stellwagen and Edmonston, land condemned for opening T street, one hundred and three dollars and forty-nine cents; in all, one hundred and eight dollars and forty-nine cents. “§Lg}¤i¤s· ¤=¤·~ Spnrmcmxc, Swnnrme, Ann Cmzarune Srnrmrs: For sprinkling, sweeping, and cleaning streets, avenues, alleys, and suburban streets, four thousand dollars.
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